News from Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council has approved the transfer of land and buildings to Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service (HWFRS), subject to planning permission, to allow the development of a new fire station in Hereford.
This statement clarifies the paperwork we have received from Hereford Futures.
We currently waste 7 million tonnes of food and drink every year in the UK. The carbon associated with this avoidable food waste is equivalent to taking one in five cars off UK roads for a year. By reducing their food waste the average family with children could save almost £60 per month
There are changes planned for Ross Library and Customer Service Centre, which will provide an improved community hub for Ross-on-Wye.
Herefordshire Council is reviewing its estate management policy, to ensure its smallholdings estate is operating in the most efficient way and achieving the best return on its rural assets.
Easter Fun at Ledbury Children’s Centre – Wednesday 16 April, 1.30–3.30pm Ledbury Children’s Centre is getting together with the Festival Housing Group to arrange a fun filled Easter Activity session.
Herefordshire Council is bucking the national trend and reducing social worker caseloads as part of its plan to improve child protection across the county.
Herefordshire Council working with Balfour Beatty Living Places has announced its plan to councillors for the delivery of highways maintenance over the next financial year.
We have seen at Hereford Leisure Pool the massive impact that investment in the facilities makes to growing participation in physical activity across the local community.
Hundreds of local people enjoyed a fun day out at Bike Fest on Saturday 5 April. The event which was held on Bishops Meadow attracted visitors of all ages and abilities with a common interest in cycling.