Some of Hereford's best kept secrets are about to be revealed.

The Cathedral city's Anglo-Saxon development is well known from a series of excavations in the 1960s and ’70s.

But what what is less widely known is that the city boasts an astonishingly well-preserved medieval plan and contains some of the earliest houses still in everyday use anywhere in England.

Now an hour-long guided walk organised by Hereford Civic Society and led by an expert will reveal all.

Archaeologist Dr Nigel Baker, co-author of the recently published book 'Hereford Houses,' will lead the walk, starting at 4pm from the west front of the Cathedral.

That is followed at 7.30pm by the Society's March meeting featuring an illustrated talk by Dr Baker.

Refreshments are available from 7.00pm at the Kindle Centre

Events are free for members, guests and non-members: £3.