News from Herefordshire Council.
A civic reception was hosted today at Hereford Town Hall for Hereford FC by the Chair of Herefordshire Council, Councillor Brian Wilcox, to celebrate the Hereford Football Club’s success in its outstanding first season.
Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances this event has had to be cancelled. Herefordshire archives and records centres' new orchard is in blossom this month and to continue it's celebrations, a special talk by renowned photographer and local beekeeper, Gregory Fisk will take place on Thursday May 26 from 2-3.30pm. Gregory will talk about the beauty of the honeybee, the life of bees, their contribution and importance to the environment and the benefits of beekeeping.
Herefordshire’s Local Transport Plan (LTP), which sets out transport priorities for the county over the next fifteen years, has been adopted at a full meeting of Herefordshire Council today.
The Weston under Penyard Neighbourhood Development Plan was adopted at a full meeting of Herefordshire Council today.
In celebration of the fantastic achievements of Hereford FC over the 2015/2016 season, Herefordshire Council have organised an open top bus parade through the city for the players of Hereford FC on Monday May 23.
Herefordshire Council’s overview and scrutiny committees ensure the accountability and transparency of the council’s decision-making process. They help in developing council policy, investigate and test the options before and after decisions are taken, and look in more detail at policy areas suggested by the Cabinet, other councillors and members of the public.
Herefordshire Council is looking for new interpreters who can help Syrian refugees arriving in the county later this year with their language needs.
7th March Herefordshire Council has agreed to extend the time frame for the Hereford Library Users Group to formulate their proposals for the refurbishment of the library and museum building.
As a celebration of the amazing blossom in the new orchard at Herefordshire Archive and Records Centre (HARC), there will be an afternoon of activities for all the family on Saturday May 21, from 1-4pm. Come along to see the community orchard, have a go at the apple quiz and trail, enjoy honey and apple refreshments and try out the crafts.
2016 marks the centenary of the death of the young talented artist Brian Hatton. Herefordshire has been commemorating the centenary with a variety of events across the county - one of which was a guided walk by Robin Thorndyke of The Brian Hatton Trail around the 'Hatton Country' of Breinton and Warham.