News from Herefordshire Council.
Herefordshire Council would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all our young people who received their GCSE results today. Results in many Herefordshire schools remain consistently strong, despite indications that standards nationally have declined
Once again Herefordshire will be opening up its fabulous historic sites for Heritage Open Days, which runs from Thursday September 8 to Sunday 11, it’s England’s biggest heritage festival that celebrates our fantastic history, architecture and culture.
The county’s A-level students have plenty to celebrate today after achieving fantastic exam results, which have exceeded the national average.
As the birthplace of David Garrick, Roger Kemble and (probably) Nell Gwyn, Hereford has a theatrical heritage to be proud of, indeed the city had a reputation for supporting theatre out of proportion to its population.
Come join in the free Make Do and Mend Day at Herefordshire Archive and records centre (HARC) this Saturday, August 13.
This van contains the amount of rubbish picked up in Hereford city centre in one day - one tonne!
Herefordshire’s primary school pupils have much to celebrate this summer, after the provisional 2015/16 key stage test results were published, indicating that our children are outperforming their peers nationally.
There have been recent reports in the news on the increase in measles among young adults attending music festivals. Public Health England (PHE) and Herefordshire Council are advising that young adults attending music festivals check with their GP that they are immunised against measles. The measles vaccination forms part of the MMR vaccination
The West Mercia Police and Crime Panel is looking for two members of the public to serve on the panel for a period of four years.
Herefordshire Council has declared its support for The Royal British Legion’s ‘Count Them In’ campaign, which calls for questions on the Armed Forces community to be included in the next UK Census.