The hamlet of Dorsington is listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as having 8 smallholders and 28 freemen. It lies to the south-west of the county, close to the border of Gloucestershire - indeed, until the 1930s it was part of that county. There are not a great many landmarks, but the red-brick St. Peter's church is a Grade II listed building.
16 historic sites around Dorsington