She would also pretend to be her own friends and chastise him for seeing women when he tried to start up new relationships.

Investigations to the north of the priory in 2005 located the position of the cloister, although most of the stone had been stolen following the Dissolution.

Discarded animal bones found on the site when submitted to carbon dating showed that the area was occupied in the 7th century.

From 1974 to 1996, Leominster served as the administrative centre for the former local government district of Leominster District.

Contrary to certain reports, the name has nothing to do with Leofric, an 11th-century Earl of Mercia (most famous for being the miserly husband of Lady Godiva). Paul, which now serves as the parish church, is the remaining part of this 12th-century Benedictine monastery.

For two years you controlled Mitchell Lloyd's life, to the extent that you told him where he could go and who he could go out with.'Mitchell Lloyd was told that if he did not abide by what he was being told to do that there would sanctions of around £3,000 for him to pay.'You took on the personas of numerous different police officers in a bid to control Mr Lloyd's life.'He was aged between 18 and 22 at this time, and he abided by what you told him to do.'He believed that he was being sent emails by genuine police officers, and that these were real demands that he had to follow.'In his victim impact statement he said that he felt pressurised, blackmailed and had no freedom for two years.

He felt isolated from his friends and depressed.'These are serious crimes, as he could not live his life properly during the two years that you committed these offences.'You did that for your own benefit, whatever that may have been.'Dafydd Roberts, prosecuting, told the court the couple met through mutual friends following a night out in Shrewsbury.

Between December 2014 and February 13 this year, Adderley persistently contacted her victim using three email addresses belonging to fictional officers.

She also created two fake Facebook accounts pretending to be her own friends, and used them to repeatedly criticise him for engaging in relationships with other girls.

Earl Mortimer college, is a state comprehensive school providing secondary education for about 650 pupils.

The town has two primary schools; Leominster Primary School and Westfield's School.

-stər) is a market town in Herefordshire, England, and is located at the confluence of the River Lugg and its tributary the River Kenwater, approximately 12 miles (19 km) north of the city of Hereford and approx 7 miles south of the Shropshire border, 11 miles from Ludlow in Shropshire.