Some people describe our county merely as somewhere on the way to or from Wales. We may not have waves crashing against a sea wall or snow-covered mountains but the scenery is well worth seeing. There are some lovely towns and villages around - many of them picture postcard. There are pleasant surprises wherever you go and, in particular, you should not miss the black and white villages.
At one time, the Gloucester and Hereford Centre was responsible for our area. In 1976, the Herefordshire Centre was formed and, from small beginnings, it has evolved into a Centre which is highly regarded. Many visitors have transferred to us in recent years and our membership has risen steadily to a little over 300. Being small appeals to our visitors and members alike as the number of caravans at most of our rallies is only around two dozen