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The Parish, located in north Herefordshire, lies mainly to the east of the A49 and intersected by the A4112. Leominster is 2.5 miles, Ludlow 10 miles and the County town of Hereford is 15 miles. Kimbolton with Hamnish is one of the largest Parishes in the County extending to over 4,000 acres and has a population of just under 500.

Herefordshire is noted for its scenic beauty and some 85% of the land use is devoted to agriculture. The generations of farmers in Kimbolton have helped to shape and make it the attractive place it is today.

Kimbolton lies on the Herefordshire Plateau. Natural England describes the Plateau as having “a deeply tranquil rural character” and being “one of the treasures of the area, as it has largely escaped the pressures of modern development”.

Within the Parish there are two Churches, St. James the Great in Kimbolton and St. Dubricius and All Saints in Hamnish, a village pub (the Stockton Cross Inn),  two Village Halls, a Primary School and a Nursery School.

For residents there are a number of thriving Clubs and groups, details of which are to be found on this site. For the visitor, the noted Stockton Bury Gardens (www.stocktonbury.co.uk) are open to the public and lie just off the A49 whilst nearby are the National Trust properties Berrington Hall and Croft Castle. A little further to the south of Kimbolton is Hampton Court at Bodenham. Kimbolton is well served by a network of public footpaths which allow the walker to enjoy the magnificent scenery.

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