The flood barriers are being errected today in Hereford as a precaution due to the heavy rainfall received in Wales over the last 24 hours.
Herefordshire Council are now pleased to announce that the South Wye Community Association have very generously offered us the opportunity to keep the additional opening hours at Belmont Library until the end of March 2016.
In the run up to Christmas, youngsters in the children’s ward of Hereford County Hospital as well as in Brookfields, Barrs Court and Black Marston schools together with Martha Trust, all enjoyed visits giving a special presentation of ‘Frozen’.
Herefordshire Council will be giving £500 to all households in the county that were flooded in the recent storms.
Herefordshire Council are hoping to commence the asbestos removal works in the second half of January. It is expected that the work to remove the asbestos will take 5-6 weeks.
Ninety seven older people from the South Wye community tucked into turkey at the Kindle Centre on Wednesday 16 December, courtesy of the South Wye Development Trust’s annual Tinsel and Turkey Christmas lunch.
This week, officers from Herefordshire Council’s planning service met with Hereford based architect Hook Mason Ltd and representatives from Historic England.
There has been ongoing confusion about Herefordshire Council’s decision to withdraw its grant from Herefordshire Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and the development of the new Wellbeing Information Signposting for Herefordshire service (WISH).
Rail passengers, businesses and residents in the West Midlands and beyond are invited to have their say on the future of the region’s rail services by taking part in a government consultation launched today (Tuesday 15 December 2015).
The NHS is reminding people in Herefordshire where they can access expert medical treatment during the Christmas holidays. Patients can save time in the waiting room by visiting their pharmacist for quick, confidential advice on a range of common illnesses.