Place:Eye, Herefordshire, England


Located inHerefordshire, England
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Eye is a small village in the county of Herefordshire, England, in the River Lugg catchment, north of Leominster and south of Ludlow.

Berrington Hall is nearby; a Henry Holland house with Capability Brown landscape, built for Thomas Harley.

The village of Eye neighbours Luston, another small north Herefordshire village.

Eye has a historic small church with a square tower and some wonderful effigies; beside it is Eye Manor, noted for its fine decorated plaster ceilings.

There was once a railway station in the village.

Admiral James Vashon (1742 – 1827) was born here.

There is a village hall — the Cawley Hall, named after the local Cawley family.

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