At an elevation of 1,100 feet, the Kington Golf Course on Bradnor Hill is the highest golf course in England. The land is owned by the National Trust, with the Offa’s Dyke footpath passing through. Kington’s greens are noted for their high quality, with many still available for play into the winter months. Known for their warm welcome to individuals and groups of new golfers, Kington is open to both visitors and members. The course boasts unsurpassed, spectacular 360 degree views over 7 counties.


Kington has a growing reputation as a great centre for walking. The Festival held in April and September brings walkers of all ages and abilities to the town, creates a great buzz and helps to put this beautiful part of north Herefordshire on the map. But of course if you live here you can enjoy the myriad of walks and hikes anytime of the year. If you’d like to explore further why not pop in to the Walking Hub in Kington who have great gear and are passionate about sharing what the area has to offer.


Less than 20 minutes away lies Oakchurch, a family-run farm shop and garden centre set in the heart of the beautiful Herefordshire landscape since 1970. It really is an emporium of the best of Herefordshire food and drink producers, from the garden centre bursting with the finest plants to their in-house butchers for your weekly essentials. Something for everyone whether filling the fridge or filling your wardrobe, a rich choice of the very best in home and outdoor living.


There’s no better way to see the
beauty of our surroundings than to
take to the skies. Shobdon Airfield is
the only licensed airfield in the county
and offers a wide range of activities
for the enthusiast, from fixed wing
aircraft to gliders and helicopters. Each
summer the Food and Flying Festival
attracts thousands of visitors.


Luctonians is a leading rugby
club in the county and in recent
years has become a focal point
for many other sports including
cricket, netball, archery, cycling and
rounders. The club has extended its
facilities and is a popular venue for
parties and events.


Eardisley Tennis Club has three full-sized courts (two flood-lit) and one mini court for juniors incorporating a practice wall.

It also has two croquet pitches which are a new  addition to the club’s facilities.

It is a small and very friendly local club keen to encourage members of the community to come and join in tennis and croquet whatever level of game they play.