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Whitbourne  Parish Council
Herefordshire
  About Whitbourne
Whitbourne is a village situated in the north east of Herefordshire.  It is adjacent to the River Teme and 5 miles distant from the town of Bromyard. The name Whitbourne is derived from the brook that runs through the village and means ‘at the white brook’.  Alongside Whitbourne Brook stands the Norman church and Whitbourne Court, which is built on the site of an early moated manor house and became a summer Palace for the Bishops of Hereford. The parish now encompasses a number of what were originally neighbouring minor settlements, such as Tedney and Badley Wood Common.  The eastern boundary of the parish borders Worcestershire. Whitbourne is now a thriving community having in addition to it’s Church, a community shop and a village hall
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