Leominster Town Football Club was officially formed in 1893 as a founding member of the Herefordshire Football Association, although there are press records suggesting that it existed as an entity prior to this.
The Club won the first ever HFA Junior Cup beating Worcester Excelsior 5 – 2 at Edgar Street (Hereford United’s ground). The team travelled to Hereford by train and on its return was met by the Town band who led them in procession through the Town.
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Churches Together in Leominster is an ecumenical organisation that seeks to bring the Christian churches of the area closer together and to organise a number of joint events across the year. For further information please contact the Secretary, Mrs C Wood. 01568-616572 Listed below are the churches of the town -showing the times of their principal services and a contact telephone number for more information.
Anglican - The Priory, Church Street. Tel 612124
Baptist - Etnam Street. Tel 368080
Catholic - St Ethelbert's, Bargates. Tel 612238
Methodist - Green Lane. Tel 612406
Moravian - South Street. Tel 020 8446 9853
Leominster Christian Fellowship - Priory Rooms. Tel 612329
Location: 3rd floor, Rankin Club, Corn Square, Leominster HR6 8LR
Meetings held on Mondays at 7pm.
New members welcome, first three weeks free.
N, OO and O gauge layouts
Track laid, electrics in progress on the OO gauge layout.
For further info please contact Ron Banks on 01568 760309
Our long established and friendly Choir has about 65 regular members. We sing 2 concerts a year of standard and also unusual choral repertoire, and also an immensly popular Carols by Candlelight., under our young and dynamic new conductor. Rehearsals on Tuesday evenings. No audition required. We aim for high standards and to have fun singing. Membership only £80 pa.
Visit our web site by clicking here.
There is a newly formed group aiming to preserve the remains of the Leominster Canal.
The group will aim to raise awareness and money to conserve the beautiful canal remains that begin just outside Leominster and stretch into the Wyre Forest from which coal was brought up till 1860.
Members will receive 4 newsletters a years, get reduced rate entry to events, get membership discounts and be able to attend special site visits.
For more information e mail firstname.lastname@example.org or write to:
79 St Peters Close
Moreton on Lugg