News from Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council is reminding residents that there is still time for them to have their say on its 2015/16 budget consultation.
More than one quarter (29%) of sexually active women aged 16 to 54 in the UK* have had unprotected sex in the last two years and not used emergency contraception, despite saying they were not planning a pregnancy.
Updated: 15 September 2014
As part of the continuing commemorations for the 100th anniversary of the First World War in Herefordshire, Hereford Museum and Art Gallery and Hereford Library are holding another special talk.
Herefordshire Council’s school admission process will open for applications on 16 September 2014.
In the coming year Public Health will be re-commissioning existing and tendering for new services. This is an opportunity for potential service providers to understand how they can tender for work with the council.
Herefordshire Council and Marches Energy Agency (MEA) are encouraging residents to sign up to the Keep Herefordshire Warm (KHW) scheme to receive free loft and cavity wall insulation.
Herefordshire community groups are being asked to help support struggling families in the county. Herefordshire Council is offering to fund projects that complement the council’s successful Families First programme which aims to help the most chaotic and struggling families in Herefordshire.
Are you ready to achieve your dream? All over the country people will take part in the 28 day challenge to stop smoking during October. This Stoptober will be supporting comedians to swap their ‘fags for gags’.
Children and young people with special educational needs in Herefordshire will see changes to the way they and their families work with professionals. From yesterday (1 September 2014), new legislation came into effect for children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN).