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

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Please click here to access details of the support being offered to the people of Tarrington and the surrounding villages in relation to Coronavirus (Covid-19)

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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.

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Flicks in the Sticks 

 

Regrettably, following the recent change in Tier status for the county, the Flicks in the Sticks showing of “Harriet”, publicised for Saturday 9th, will have to be postponed until COVID 19 restrictions are relaxed.

Please look out for posters and check the Arts Alive website for details of our revised programme for the Spring.

The Lady Emily Hall and the Tarrington Film Club thank our loyal audiences for their support in 2020 – we have managed to present 6 films, despite various lockdowns and weather hazards – and hope to do better in 2021 !

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Tarrington Village – Herefordshire

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