What’s on

The village website is a fount of useful information about the village and local activities: http://www.brockhampton.com/

Farmers’ market

Held in the village Hall car park (over the road) every second Thursday in the month http://www.brockhampton.com/phoenix.htm


Two of the best local restaurants were both started by 2-times-Michelin-star-winner, Stephen Bull: The Lough Pool Inn was the 2008 Good Pub Guide’s ‘National Dining Pub of the Year’ and his current venture The Butcher’s Arms in Woolhope (3 miles) http://www.butchersarmswoolhope.com. The newly refurbished Green Man in Fownhope offers delicious food but at london prices.


Apart from the above.
There is the http://www.crowninnwoolhope.co.uk/.

Gym and spa

Wye Leisure in Fownhope (3miles) http://www.wyeleisure.co.uk/holder.html has everything you’d expect from a modern Gym and Spa.


Based at the Parks, in the Grounds of Brockhampton Court, Brockhampton has 3 senior teams and coaching for under 8’s, 11’s and 13 ‘s. In 2009 the first team were Division 2 champions of the Birmingham and District League.

Canoeing and Fishing

The River Wye offers plenty of opportunities.
http://www.thecanoehire.co.uk/ is based in Ross (7 miles)


There are 2 courses within 5 miles. Both are easy to get on and inexpensive.

Outward Bound

The best place for kids to burn off steam from abseiling and kayaking to trapeze walking and mountain biking: The original PGL centre was set up 2 miles away on the banks of the Wye at Hole in The Wall.



The Wye Valley walk goes right through Brockhampton.