The official website of Tarrington, promoting the life of the village, past and present.

Tarrington is a small village located half way between Ledbury and Hereford on the A438, in the county of Herefordshire. The village has 226 residencies and a population, according to the 2011 census of 576. The village has three main meeting places, a public house the Tarrington Arms, the Lady Emily Community Hall housed in the former village school and a Parish Church, St Philip and St James. 

In terms of the landscape, the area falls within two of the national character areas, as defined by Natural England: the Herefordshire Lowlands and South Herefordshire and Over Severn, embodied by a gently undulating tranquil and rural landscape.

To find out more about the village take a look around our website.  If there is anything else you would like to know please contact us.

calendar-iconCalendar of events:

Arising from the lifting of some of the COVID-19 restrictions, we are pleased to be able to commence planning events:-


Saturday 27th June from 2pm – National Garden Scheme at the Vine

The beautiful gardens at the Vine will be open for the NGS Charity.  Click here for more details.


Save the Date for the Fete – Saturday 10th July 2021 

This years Village Fete and Fun Dog Show will be held in The Vine


Chamber Music Festival at the Vine – 17th/18th July and 24th/25th July 2021

See Village News for further details. 


Flicks in the Sticks 

We plan to resume the Flicks programme in September 2021, more details to follow.





Tarrington Village – Herefordshire

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