Goodrich Castle

Goodrich Castle, an English castle on the Welsh Marches (now Herefordshire)

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The Hostelrie at Goodrich - Telegraph.co.uk

The Hostelrie at Goodrich
Telegraph.co.uk
The Hostelrie lies in the pretty village of Goodrich, a couple of minutes' drive off the A40, close to picturesque Goodrich Castle, five miles from Ross-on-Wye and three miles from renowned beauty spot, Symonds Yat. Outdoor activities nearby include ...

Knights' Tournament at Goodrich Castle this weekend - Hereford Times

Knights' Tournament at Goodrich Castle this weekend
Hereford Times
VISITORS to Goodrich Castle near Ross-on-Wye will be catapulted into two days of medieval merriment this weekend, as English Heritage's Knights' Tournament arrives in the castle grounds. The full tournament experience will be brought to life with a ...

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A Life: Robert Goodrich, 1934-2017; 'He Was Very Much Ahead of His Time' - Valley News

Valley News

A Life: Robert Goodrich, 1934-2017; 'He Was Very Much Ahead of His Time'
Valley News
Although the imagined setting, Goodrich Castle, is a real medieval fortification in western England, it also might refer to Bob Goodrich, owner of the Randolph property that hosted the re-enactors, a local branch of the international organization known ...

10 outdoorsy things to do in Herefordshire this May half term - Herefordshire Live

Herefordshire Live

10 outdoorsy things to do in Herefordshire this May half term
Herefordshire Live
Start at the ruins of Goodrich Castle, near Ross-on-Wye – one of the country's best preserved medieval fortresses where you can climb battlements or refresh in the tearoom, before heading to Longtown Castle (dogs allowed on leads) or Arthur's Stone ...

Family remember man who died when he fell down a well at Goodrich Castle - Hereford Times

Hereford Times

Family remember man who died when he fell down a well at Goodrich Castle
Hereford Times
THE family descendants of a man who died after he fell down a well at Goodrich Castle gathered to remember him. Thomas Wheeler died at the castle near Ross-on-Wye in 1924 while he was was working on the restoration of the well. On what would have ...

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