Yatton, Herefordshire

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Yatton is a small village in north-western Herefordshire, England.

Geography[edit]

The village is located at 52°17′58″N 02°49′54″W / 52.29944°N 2.83167°W / 52.29944; -2.83167Coordinates: 52°17′58″N 02°49′54″W / 52.29944°N 2.83167°W / 52.29944; -2.83167, about 8 miles (13 km) north-west of Leominster and 12 miles (19 km) south-west of Ludlow. It is just off the A4110 road. The countryside around is particularly quiet, scenic, varied and contains plenty of wildlife such as buzzards.

About the village[edit]

The village contains some brick-arched barns and old cottages, converted barns and large farmhouses and lies close to Croft Castle and its estate; the Mortimer Trail waymarked walk passes close by. The area was formerly the site of a large stone quarry but the site has been reclaimed, landscaped and replanted. The local schools are Wigmore High school and Wigmore Primary school.

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