With numerous timbered-framed buildings around its traditional village green, now designated a conservation area, and in the surrounding 6,400 acre parish, this is an ideal starting point for the popular 'Black and White Village Trail'.
It makes for good cycling country with beautiful countryside and lots of little roads, taking in many enchanting hamlets including Sollers Dilwyn and Little Dilwyn. Gained a silver award last year in the National Heart of England in Bloom competition.
During the Edwardian period Dilwyn was at the heart of efforts by collectors like Ralph Vaughan Williams and George Butterworth, who at the instigation of well known Weobley folklorist Ella May Leather, came to record folk songs and dances that were passing out of living memory.
Photograph by Jayne Worthington
Visit Flicks in the Sticks for details of the regular film programme at Dilwyn Cedar Hall
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