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

  • Church Bells The church bells at Letton have now been photographed.   Click here to go to the Photo Gallery of Letton Church.  
    Posted 20 Oct 2014, 08:35 by Letton Village
  • Good Neighbour Scheme KINNERSLEY AND DISTRICT PARISH PLAN,  GOOD NEIGHBOUR SCHEME If you are interested in setting up a Good Neighbour Scheme in the Kinnersley District please come to a meeting to hear ...
    Posted 17 Sep 2014, 09:18 by Letton Village
  • Coffee Morning Saturday 11 October Coffee Morning at St. John the Baptist Church Letton Saturday 11 October 10am to 1pm Fresh coffee and croissants Cakes, pickles, books, tombola Annual raffle to be drawn at 12 ...
    Posted 15 Sep 2014, 09:05 by Letton Village
  • Letton's World War 1 Killed in Action Twenty six men from Letton served in the forces in World War 1. They came from every part of the parish, though the greatest concentration was from Waterloo, which at ...
    Posted 3 Aug 2014, 09:09 by Letton Village
  • FOR SALE - CHURCH PEWS FOR SALE,  Victorian Pitch pine church pews released from Letton Church.  Good condition.  Please contact Don Maddox O1544 327268 or don.maddox@btinternet.com
    Posted 15 Jul 2014, 23:44 by Letton Village
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