News from Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council’s trading standards service, in partnership with West Mercia Police, uncovered a record haul of illegal tobacco on Tuesday 22 November.
Herefordshire Council and Herefordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have been praised by inspectors for improving the support for children and young people with special educational needs and / or disabilities.
Health and care organisations across the county, including Herefordshire Council, are encouraging residents to get involved in helping to shape the future of their local health and care services.
Herefordshire Council is committed to giving children in Herefordshire the best start in life, which is why its early years services aim to significantly improve the lives of children and families across the county at the earliest opportunity.
Herefordshire sports fans showed their support for resident Paralympian Sascha Kindred OBE by voting him ‘2016 Sports Personality of the Year’ at this year’s Herefordshire & Worcestershire Sports Awards.
Shoppers and visitors will be able to park for free in town and city centre car parks this Christmas as part of an ongoing campaign to promote Herefordshire as a Christmas shopping destination.
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.
A pre-Christmas sale of surplus maps will be held at the Herefordshire Archive and Records Centre in Rotherwas on Saturday 19 November.
Two Herefordshire businesses have won the council’s Stop the Drop Best Kept Layby competition.
The winning poster from Herefordshire Council’s Stop the Drop anti-littering campaign is set to feature on four of the council’s waste vehicles.