News from Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council has launched its 2015/16 budget consultation and is asking residents to participate.
A team of local road experts are hitting the ground running as they tackle a backlog of repairs on Herefordshire’s more than 2,000-mile network.
FAQs updated: 21 July 2014
Funding for Herefordshire businesses affected by the floods between 1 December 2013 and 31 March 2014 is available for a limited time. But any businesses that are yet to claim any support now only have until Thursday 31 July to apply.
From November 2014 the waste collection service will move to alternate weekly collections, meaning that recycling will be collected one week and general rubbish will be collected on the other week.
A group of Herefordshire young people have had the chance to write, film, edit and star in their own anti-bullying film.
New mums at Ross Children’s Centre will be getting extra help with breastfeeding now there’s a team of breastfeeding support volunteers in place. The team of volunteers have recently graduated from an intensive course on breastfeeding peer support.
Over 100 pupils from 13 primary schools from across Herefordshire gathered together last month on World Environment Day for an Eco Schools event hosted by St Mary’s RC High School in Lugwardine.
Children in Herefordshire are being invited to get a piece of the action and join in the big change4life Disney '10 Minute Shake Up' this summer.
Councillor Nick Nenadich is the council’s new learning disability champion and will be taking on the role previously held by Cllr Chris Chappell.