Brimfield, Herefordshire

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St Michael's parish church

Brimfield is a village and civil parish in north Herefordshire, England.[1] The village lies on the A49 road at the border with Shropshire.

To the south, near the hamlet of Ashton, excavations at the site of Ashton Castle have revealed traces of a large stone enclosure castle. Less than a mile to the north of this site are the earthwork remains of a medieval motte.

The parish has a pub called The Roebuck Inn.[2]

Wyson is west of Brimfield and is part of its civil parish. To the north, in Shropshire, is Woofferton.

The A49 ran through the village until a by-pass was built in 1982–83; the A49 now passes to the west, between Brimfield and Wyson.


  1. ^ Geodaisy: Brimfield Archived 7 May 2007 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ CAMRA Roebuck, Brimfield

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Coordinates: 52°18′25″N 2°41′46″W / 52.307°N 2.696°W / 52.307; -2.696