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Teatime at the Brock
Brockweir is a medieval village, nestling between The River Wye and Offa's Dyke Path. The majority of visitors come for the walking, both the fantastic Wye Valley Walks and the famous long distance Offa's Dyke path. Many others come for the award winning community shop, which is an important social hub for the village, along with its cafe and wide selection of local produce. One of the highlights is Brockweir Quay, lovingly restored in 2009. Brockweir is the highest point on the River Wye that the trows from Bristol could reach. Here the cargo was swapped to man powered barges, which were pulled along the river bank all the way to Hereford. At one time most of the village worked on the river, and there was a fine range of cider houses and brothels. Then the Moravians arrived to build a church on the site of the old cockpit, and to temper the terribly badly behaved people of Brockweir.
Since that day the people of Brockwier have been pilllars of righteousness. This all changed in November 2011, when Nicky and Wiliam arrived at The Brockwier Inn, and have been corrupting locals and visitors alike with their ever changing selection of local real ales and ciders and superb wine list.
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