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We have enjoyed 5 years of award winning success in the Flavours of Herefordshire Awards, including Best Breakfast, an Outstanding Achievement Award and a Gold Award for our evening meals. We have also won a Visit Britain Best Breakfast Award for 5 years running and a Heart of England Excellence in Tourism Value for Money Award.
FOR 500 YEARS WALFORD COURT has been sitting nestled amongst 20 acres of stream bordered Herefordshire countryside, and apart from the dismantling of the old castle on top of the motte, whose ancient stones are incorporated in the Courthouse, old barn and outbuildings, not too much has changed.
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Walford East is the fictional tube station on Turpin Road, Walford. It is on the London Underground District and Hammersmith & City Lines, replacing Bromley-by-Bow on the tube map. Locals use the station to travel into Central London or "up west". It has been the place that many characters have said their final goodbyes to the show.
Walford has many amenities to serve the residents from the Bridge Street and Turpin Road markets to Walford General Hospital. The high street has many shops. There is Walford Garage and Walford FC football club.
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In 1985, the Walford East Tube Station had not yet been constructed. It was constructed in around 2000. Since then it has been the regular tube station used for the residents fo Albert Square and surrounding areas to use when nipping "Up West" or to the airport.
Walford also has another tube station, Walford West, probably a mile or so from Walford East. This station has never been seen.
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Walford is a fictional borough of East London in EastEnders. The name suggests a conflation of Walthamstow and Stratford, both real places in East London. Walford has a fictional London postal district, London E20, and a fictional tube station, Walford East, which is located on the EastEnders tube map in the position normally occupied by the real Bromley-by-Bow tube station.
The main setting of EastEnders is Albert Square, where many of the characters reside. At the centre of the square is a garden, containing within it Arthur Fowler's bench, regularly known as 'The Bench of Tears', and one corner is taken up by The Queen Victoria Public House. There is a B&B and a car lot.
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If you are looking for the perfect Shropshire Bed & Breakfast for a romantic break away then why not stay at Walford Court B & B on the Shropshire/Herefordshire border? Superb food, beautiful views, great walking and cycling, and many historical sights and tales make this an area of the country a real treasure.
As the season turns from summer to autumn there is a definite chill in the air. Fire brings warmth and light and often provides inspiration to makers, as can be seen in this new exhibition at Walford Mill Crafts.Showcasing the work of twenty-five makers, including ceramics, glass, textiles, print and metal.
Please join us on the 31st of October for a very special Hallowe'en Event. 4pm - 7pm - show off your pumpkin carving skills and take part in our night glow!
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We want Walford Court to be an experience you won't forget, something you'll recommend to friends - a welcome, relaxing and romantic break from the stress of everyday life that you will recall with fondness. Our pleasure is to welcome you to our home on arrival, watch you truly unwind and relax, and say goodbye to you as friends when you depart. This beautiful old house provides the ambience and the atmosphere in which to enjoy a relaxing break - the romance is down to you!
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Whilst some maker's have created pieces in response to the theme of Fire, consideration is also given to those for whom the ability to work with Fire is essential in the practice of their craft.
Walford is a fictional borough of east London in the BBC soap opera EastEnders. It is the primary setting for the soap.
As part of 2010 Children In Need charity appeal, Walford became twinned with Weatherfield in a special programme uniting the two soaps EastEnders and Coronation Street called "East Street".
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Turpin Way includes the local garage, informally known as The Arches, the community centre, a playground and a boxing gym. Other locations seen or mentioned in the series include Victoria Square, Walford Towers, Kingsley Road, Spring Lane, High Street, and Daisy Lane, which was named after the daughter of Series Designer Steven Keogh. Walford Common was introduced to the series for the "Who Killed Lucy Beale?" storyline.
By the end of 1984, Walford was quite deprived but there was strong community spirit. Residents blamed the deprivation on the government, Lou Beale, of 45 Albert Square especially.
As part of the 'Field Days' exhibition here at The Mill, and to help celebrate our official 30th birthday, we are delighted to welcome Ninebarrow for a very special concert. Having written 3 songs for the exhibition, the award winning folk duo will be taking to the stage Saturday the 25th June 2016 to play these tracks, and others, from their recent album Releasing the Leaves.