All Saints Church, Hereford was the venue for the 55+ and Retirement Roadshow on March 23rd 2013.
All Saints is a medieval church building with a difference. Open seven days a week with a bustling fresh food cafe Monday to Saturday combined with a regular pattern of worship and all manner of community activities. All Saints is Christianity in the market place presenting a hospitable challenge to all its users.
High Town is the hub of Hereford city centre and provides a central open space for a variety of events and street entertainment throughout the year. The range of shops, from well-known high street names through to independent retailers, offer something for everyone.
It boasts an array of fine buildings and squares, the River Wye and green spaces, along with stories from locals that accompany every stone, brick and oak frame of the city that is their home.
Hereford gained its status as a city, not by virtue of its ancient Cathedral but though prescription and Royal Charter granted first in 1154 by Henry I.
The city stands directly in the middle of Herefordshire, a county of 2,200 square kilometres with easy accessibility to beautiful countryside, with rolling hills and picturesque views of the River Wye all set to the backdrop of some of the finest and most productive countryside to be found anywhere on earth.
Hereford is a wonderful place to live and work and retains much of its rich history while still managing to offer an excellent range of shops, cafes, restaurants and interesting things to see and do.
Café @ All Saints serves fresh, simple food that is extraordinarily good. Everything they serve on the daily changing menu is produced on site, even the bread, using the best local produce from their network of Herefordshire producers.
Whilst visiting the church, try morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea and drink in the wonderful atmosphere of All Saints.