Brimfield, Herefordshire

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Brimfield is a village and civil parish in north Herefordshire, England.[1] The village lies on the A49 road at the border with Shropshire. A nearby landmark is Titterstone Clee Hill.[2]

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.

There is a public house called The Roebuck Inn.[3]

Wyson lies just to the 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 constructed in 1982-3; the A49 now runs to the west of Brimfield, between it and Wyson.


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