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Weobley, pronounced webbly, is on the black and white trail in Herefordshire. This is a group of towns which have many black and white buildings. These are timber framed using oak. Green wood was used as it was easier to manipulate but over time it warped and many of these buildings became distorted. The wood was originally left untreated to allow it to weather but then the fashion developed to paint the wood black, hence the black and white trail. The parish church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul dates to the 13th century

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