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Leominster, Herefordshire

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Brunel Road, Leominster, HR6

Our ref: # 9890

With its ‘very good’ BREEAM rating, this business centre at Leominster Enterprise Park is ideal for any company trying to minimise energy usage and its carbon footprint. The offices and w...

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Eco Park Road, Ludlow, SY8

Our ref: # 9887

The Ludlow Eco Park business centre is situated within a stylish modern building, surrounded by rolling hills providing a peaceful place to work. The centre is home to a successful small ...

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Area Information

The market town of Leominster is located in Herefordshire in the West Midlands region. Situated at the meeting point of the rivers Lugg and Kenwater, this town is just 12 or so miles from the city of Hereford. There is a rich history to be explored in this town, which boasts unique charm and character. A number of local landmarks and attractions help to bring the past of the area to life, including the Leominster Folk Museum, Croft Castle, Burford House Gardens, and Berrington Hall.

Business Information

The office space and retail units in Leominster is used by a range of different companies and business types. Some of the businesses located in the town include LwC Drinks, the Dunkerton Cider Co., Kingspan Insulation Ltd, and Leominster Auctions Ltd. Other business types that can be found in the area include internet marketing companies, marketing consultants, website design firms, taxis companies, and retailers.

Entertainment And Dining Out

There are a number of entertainment options on offer in Leominster. For those who enjoy watching the latest films, Entertainment Cinemas is a great place to go. For live music on a Friday and a few drinks, the Blue Note Cafe Bar is an excellent choice. When it comes to eating out, a variety of cuisines are available in Leominster. For British cuisine you can head to the Hickory Stick or try the Bangla Lounge for tasty Indian food. For a fifties diner experience and great American fare, you can head to the OK Diner.

Transport Information

With the A49 running through the town, Leominster offers good road access for drivers and those are using other forms of transportation. Links to the rail network are provided via Leominster Railway Station, which offers access to Manchester and Cardiff as well as connections to London. You can also access buses and taxis with ease from the town, making it easier to get around if you do not plan to drive.

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