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For a small town, Bromyard is remarkably well served.  The main shopping street is in two parts – the first half is Broad Street, the second half High Street.  Street parking in the centre is restricted to one hour, but there are two pay and display car parks: one on the Tenbury Road, and the other rather well hidden behind the Heritage Centre in Church Lane.


  • The big supermarket, a Co-op, is on the Tenbury Road (B4214).
  • Post Office:  in Church Street, by the zebra crossing
  • We have two family butchers, two bakers, an ironmonger, a greengrocer (who also sells ironmongery and equine supplies), a pharmacy, two smaller supermarkets, one in the High Street and one at the petrol station, and a wide range of small businesses.


There are 3 Chinese takeaways, 2 Indian restaurant/takeaways and a good supply of cafes and pubs.

Conquest Theatre, by the Co-op on the Tenbury Road, is a 155 seat community theatre.  It hosts its own amateur company, touring productions, live music, films, and live relays from Stratford, Royal Opera etc.  There is an active youth theatre group, and a Saturday coffee morning. https://conquest-theatre.co.uk/    01885 488 575

Bromyard Community Arts promotes and organises arts events and activities for the benefit of the local community in Bromyard and the surrounding area and to create opportunities for participation, engagement and education. There is also a pop-up art gallery in the old chapel in Sherford Street.  https://www.bromyardcommunityarts.co.uk/

Bromyard’s Churches:  Anglican St Peter’s, in Church Street;  Methodist Church in New Road;  and Roman Catholic St Joseph’s on Old Road.


There is a rugby club, cricket club, football club, archery club and bowling green.   Most have youth sections. The Bromyard Centre (facing you at the far end of the High Street) houses the Halo gym and leisure centre, and a tiny library.


Bromyard hosts an extraordinary number of festivals, from the nationally important Folk Festival every September, to the Town Criers slightly eccentric annual get-together.


There is both a small animal practice and an agricultural/equine vet in Bromyard.  Also a mobile vet based in Broadwas, who comes to you.