Grange Court

Historic house or home
Grange Court, a timber framed market hall built in 1633. It has a modern extension on the south side and a Knot garden in front of the building.

© Photograph by Gerry Matthews

    • Grange Court is a timber framed market house built by John Abel in 1633. It is unique in its design, structure and decoration, giving it a Grade II* Listed status. The building has an eclectic history and its stories are told through interactive interpretation and an innovative Tablet Tour. There is also an exhibition of stunning embroideries created by the community group Leominster in Stitches. Today Grange Court is owned by the people of Leominster through LARC Development Trust, a local charity which has been behind large-scale community projects since the mid-1990s.
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