Amberley, Herefordshire

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Amberley
Herefordshire
Amberley Chapel, Herefordshire - geograph.org.uk - 897183.jpg
Amberley Chapel
Location
Grid reference: SO5447
Location: 52°7’25"N, 2°39’53"W
Data
Local Government
Council: Herefordshire
Parliamentary
constituency:
North Herefordshire

Amberley is a village in Herefordshire, close to Marden, in whose civil parish it falls. The parish church is at Marden, about 2 miles to the east.

The village is recorded in the Domesday Book, as a manor in the Hundred of Tornelaus,[1] though later it became part of the Broxash Hundred of the county

Amberley has a grade II* listed chapel built between the 12th and 14th century, restored in 1865.[2]

Amberley Court is a 14th-century grade I listed country house.[3]

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References

  1. Amberley in the Domesday Book. Retrieved 21 May 2012.
  2. Amberley, Herefordshire - British Listed Buildings
  3. Amberley, Herefordshire - British Listed Buildings