News from Herefordshire Council.
Recovery work is continuing in Herefordshire and local public services are working closely together to get the county back to normal.
Herefordshire Council is set to help local families by doubling the funding it gives to Home-Start, the voluntary family support service.
We are looking at this because it will reduce costs and increase the rate of recycling across the county.
Herefordshire’s health bosses are urging people to take simple precautions to avoid going down with the winter vomiting bug, Norovirus.
The council’s Historic Environment Record team is beginning preparations for their big move later this year to the new Herefordshire archive and records storage facility under construction at Rotherwas.
Gorsley, How Caple, Llangarron, Much Marcle and Symonds Yat will be the next communities to become a part of Fastershire.
During the recent severe weather across the county, Herefordshire Council issued more than 20,000 sandbags to assist people with flooding at their homes and businesses.
The C1268 Holme Lacy Road at Rotherwas has re-opened today after works to repair flood damaged road were completed ahead of schedule.
Herefordshire Council was informed on Thursday 27 February that Mike Dearing, managing director of Hoople Ltd is to leave the organisation in June to take up a new role.
Work is nearing completion on the Holme Lacy Road (C1268) at Rotherwas in Hereford, which has been closed due to the breakup of the road surface under the railway bridge.