Throne farm surrounds the historic “Black & White” village of Weobley, branded this way because of the distinctive architecture of oak framed houses with wattle & daub (woven stick & mud) walls.
In 2008 Weobley (pronounced Webbley) appeared in the top fifty of the Times Newspaper’s best places to live in England. In 2009 Lady voted it one of the top 10 villages and in 1999 it was won the National village of the Year.
It is a vibrant community with wide ranging amenities, even a dentist surgery converted from the farms old pig sty! It is important for us to work with the community on many levels whether by providing permissive access or family representation on parish council or school governor boards.
Herefordshire is the second most rural English county, with rich red soils and a suitable climate characterising it’s amazingly diverse agriculture. The area is best known for world famous breed of Hereford cattle and apples, with the county now growing the largest amount of apples and fruit in the country. Tourism is also a vital part of our rural economy which is no surprise with our rolling verdant countryside, surrounding Welsh mountains, rich history and wonderful local food and drink.