Bastion Mews is an area of Hereford that is certainly on the rise.

With a fantastic refurbishment almost complete, and a number of units already filled with small businesses, with many more to come, it really is a part of Hereford city centre that is buzzing with life and excitement about the future.

With many local businesses, including a brewhouse, a bakery, health and well-being and much more, it’s worth a visit when you next find yourself in the city.

A spokesperson for the Shack Revolution told us that the aim of the project was to ‘provide an affordable place for small businesses and start ups, right in the heart of the city centre’.

Bastion Mews Hereford is encircled by the Hereford City Wall which was constructed in the 13th Century by Royal decree, getting its name from a defensive bastion which once stood at the site, defending one of four City gates. 

The site has had many uses in its history with the latest use being home to Shack Revolution and more recently, Bastion Street Feast

Quickly gaining a local reputation for great quality street food the vibrant site has been a huge success for the City. 

The new development builds from the already successful Shack Revolution Events space and Bastion Street Feast. 

The scheme provides restaurant, office and workshop spaces.

The aesthetic of the site is one of an industrial past which reflects the sites history as one of the manufacturing centres of the City. 

Originally home to ironworks, the recent success of the site is down to its honesty through great food, drink and simplicity.

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