A TV personality stayed over at a Herefordshire pub this week. 

Derek Brockway, who is a regular weatherman on BBC Wales, went to the Oak Inn at Staplow, near Ledbury. 

Sharing the news on its Facebook page, the pub said the 56-year-old stayed over last weekend. 

"What an absolute privilege to host such a charming gentleman," it said. 


"You never know who'll walk through the door."

Mr Brockway, who joined the BBC in 1995, presents weather forecasts on radio, television and online, as well as appearing in other programmes.

He is also a keen walker and has five series on BBC Radio Wales entitled Weatherman Walking before the programme was converted into a television series.

Mr Brockway is not the only celebrity to stop by the Oak Inn.

Last August, former Coronation Street and Red Dwarf actor Craig Charles had lunch at the pub after arriving by helicopter. 

However, despite his swish entry, the Liverpudlian - who is also known for playing Dave Lister in sci-fi hit, Red Dwarf, chosen to just have sausage, chips and gravy, which is usually sausage and mash on the menu.