Kilpeck is a small village in Herefordshire, England. It is about 9 miles (14 km) southwest of Hereford, just south of the A465 road to Abergavenny, and about 5 miles (8 km) from the border with Wales.

It is renowned for its small but outstanding Norman (Romanesque) church, SS Mary and David's, but also has the earthworks of a Norman motte and bailey castle, no longer standing.

Read more about Kilpeck:  History, Landmarks

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Kilpeck - Landmarks
... West of the church lies a ruined motte-and-bailey and earthworks, which are less remarkable than the unique church ... The castle is thought to have been built first around 1090 as the administrative centre of Archenfield ...
Church Of St Mary And St David, Kilpeck - Architecture and Carvings
... carvings (now largely lost) at Shobdon, 30 miles north of Kilpeck ... Hugh de Kilpeck, a relative of Earl Mortimer, employed the same builders at Kilpeck, and their work is also known at Leominster, Rowlestone and elsewhere ...