News from Herefordshire Council.
Liberal Democrat Lords Spokesperson (Transport), Baroness Randerson was warmly received for a tour of some of Hereford’s most high profile regeneration projects last Friday, 13 January.
Herefordshire Council’s general overview and scrutiny committee will meet today (Tuesday 17 January) to consider the implementation of the school transport policy.
Herefordshire Council’s crematorium has donated £4,337 to the ELY memorial fund through the Institute of Cemetery and Crematorium Management’s (ICCM) Recycling of Metals Scheme.
Herefordshire Council, in partnership with Cargill and the Hereford Times, is launching the 2017 Herefordshire Community Champions awards following last year’s successful launch. The awards recognise exceptional contributions to local communities and outstanding achievers in the county.
Herefordshire Council is advising poultry farmers and game keepers to follow the latest government advice, following confirmed cases of avian flu in Gloucestershire and Carmarthenshire.
Hereford Library will reopen on Tuesday 31 January 2017 following the phase one completion of building work at Broad Street.
The beautiful 400-year-old Old House in Hereford will be undergoing a short period of refurbishment in 2017. It will temporarily close from 31 January before re-opening on 1 April as the Black and White House museum.
Herefordshire Council’s trading standards service, in partnership with West Mercia Police, carried out a joint raid at the Europe Quality Food shop in Ross-on-Wye.
Herefordshire Council and Hereford Football Club have negotiated an extended lease term which will assure Hereford FC’s tenancy for a minimum of 10 years from the commencement date.
Herefordshire Council is delighted to have been awarded £285,500 from the Department of Health to help residents with learning disabilities live more independently across the county.