Welcome to the village of Letton!

View from Tin Hill down towards the village of Letton

Letton is one of Herefordshire's ancient villages and can trace its history back for over a thousand years.

Letton is a small parish, with fewer than 40 households and 100 inhabitants.  

It is located 12 miles west of Hereford on the Brecon Road (A438). 

The eastern half of the parish falls under the remit of Staunton Parish Council and the western half under Kinnersley and District Group Parish Council.

It's church, dedicated to St John the Baptist, has origins dating back to Norman times. 

The church parish is part of the Weobley and Staunton Group of Parishes.

If you would like to contact us or make any comments, please email us at lettonvillagewebsite@lettonvillage.com

News and Upcoming Events

  • Letton Church Services: 15 and 29 May 2016 Sunday May 15thService has been cancelled. Instead there will be at 10.30 am a Group Service in Weobley Church with Bishop Richard visiting.Sunday May 29th10.30am ...
    Posted by Letton Village
  • Community Lunch May 5th and June 2nd Kinnersley Group Parish Council Community Lunch now at thePORTWAY May 5th  2016. 12.15pmand     June 2nd, 2016The cost is £6.95  for two courses and tea or ...
    Posted 13 Apr 2016, 12:28 by Letton Village
  • Letton PCC AGM 12th April St John the Baptist Church, LettonParochial Church Council Annual MeetingTuesday 12th April, 5 pmat  The Old Forge, Letton, HR36DSIf you are interested in Letton's  Church ...
    Posted 16 Mar 2016, 08:33 by Letton Village
  • Community Lunch 7th April Kinnersley Group Parish Council  Community Lunch  now at the PORTWAY INN  Thursday, April 7th 2016. 12.15pm The cost is £6.95 for two courses and tea or coffee.  (Or ...
    Posted 16 Mar 2016, 08:31 by Letton Village
  • Use of Letton Church Are you looking for a quiet place to sit in the sunshine (or the rain or the cold). Letton Church welcomes all to the peace of the church or the ...
    Posted 18 Feb 2016, 23:02 by Letton Village
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