Llangarron village

Llangarron by Michael Trask

Llangarron Community Website 

Welcome to our website which was developed to support our community and visitors. We publish news, information and events relevant to the parish and surrounding villages.  


Llangarron Parish is a scattered rural community of around 200 homes centred around the small village of Llangarron, which nestles in picturesque Herefordshire countryside near the border with Monmouthshire. The parish incorporates Llangarron village itself and the surrounding area including Llangrove, Llancloudy and Three Ashes.

You can find general news, information and a useful Events Calendar via the menu above. 

Llangarron has three venues in the village;
The Garron Centre, St Deinst Church and the
Village Hall.  

Email Newsletters

To subscribe to email newsletters please click here and
complete the form.  Alternatively, email hello@llangarron.info


Llangarron Wildlife


If you are interested in working with other local residents to help preserve and protect the wildlife in our community please click here for more information and contact details.

Lottery Club Draw


The first draw of the 2020-21 LCA Lottery took place in September – draw-master Nigel enlisted the assistance of his neighbour Ian to draw the numbers.  The results were as follows:

September 2020 DRAW:

1st Prize (£150):                 No.  32             Helen Edwards

2nd Prize (£100):                No.  11             Kevin Minton

3rd Prize (£50):                   No.  2              John Norman

There are a few shares left for the remaining 3 draws of this series in December, March and June.  Please phone 770720 if you'd like to purchase any. 

Llangarron Roll of Honour.jpg

Honouring Llangarron Men Who Served and Died in the Two World Wars:


Several years ago local historian Bill Webb decided to research the men listed on a 1914-1918 Roll of Honour displayed in St Deinst church. Bill's investigations eventually widened to include the second World War and also a Mosquito Plane Crash in 1944 at Langstone Court in which two men died. The airmen are also commemorated in the church.

These documents are now available on this website. You can download Bill's booklets by clicking here which will take you to the relevant Roll of Honour page or by selecting the "Church" tab above and then "Roll of Honour" from the side menu.


Stan Fryer, who lived in the village for many years with his wife Mary and witnessed the Mosquito crash in 1944, produced another account of life in Llangarron in the 1900's. The booklet includes photographs of many Llangarron houses with anecdotes and stories. A copy is also available for download on the same page. Click here.


With thanks to Bill and Stan.


Local Help During Coronavirus

Please see Latest News page for information and help available for local people in Llangarron and the surrounding area. 

The best source of local news is via social media which is more dynamic. 
Llangarron Village has a Facebook page which you can access by clicking here or on the Facebook logo below.

Government Advice

Government advice can be found by clicking on this link

Llangarron Parish Council
The Parish Council website: https://llangarronparishcouncil.org.uk

Neighbourhood Development Plan page: https://llangarronparishcouncil.org.uk/llangarron-parish-council-neighbourhood-development-plan/

Llangarron Village Facebook page

Llangarron Village has a Facebook page

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