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  2. LUXURY ACCOMODATION TO GIVE A WELCOME BOOST TO LOCAL ECONOMY “Next to agriculture, tourism is one of the biggest revenue generators for the county.” Says local businessman Luke Conod. “Hotels, guest houses, B&Bs, bars, pubs, restaurants, shops and attractions all rely on visitors to the area spending money with their businesses.” Luke and business partner Byron Campbell are doing their bit to encourage visitors back to the county having invested heavily in a major refurbishment of the Swan Inn at Letton. The doors of the 17th Century coaching inn are to re-open imminen
  3. Fantastic archive video from the BBC archives site, 'on this day' in May 1965. Moving the old black & White building in High Town to make way for the new Marks & Spencer building. Looks like good old health & safety pretty much never existed https://www.facebook.com/BBCArchive/videos/2480750955282743
  4. Flood prevention should slow the flow of runoff helping to reduce flood risk down the hill and into Bullingham area of the City. Thanks to Dave Throup from the Environment Agency for this information and all the valuable work Dave and his colleagues do for us throughout the year. #herefordvoice #herefordnews #herefordshire
  5. Police have released CCTV images following an attempted robbery at a shop in Bromyard. At 7.40pm last night (Monday 23 November) at Premier on the High Street. A man entered and threatened the cashier with a knife demanding money from the till. The offender left immediately, and no money was stolen during the incident. Police are appealing to anyone who might recognise this man, who we hope can help us with our investigation. DC Leah Lowe of Hereford CID said: "This is believed to be an isolated incident and thankfully, no one was injured. The investigation is on-g
  6. At around 3.30pm yesterday (Sunday 22 November) we received reports of a serious collision on Church Street, Bromyard involving a car and a pedestrian. A 10-year-old girl was injured in the collision and transported to hospital. She remains in hospital with potentially life changing injuries. The collision resulted in the closure of Church Street, which then remained closed for several hours. If you witnessed the incident, have dashcam footage or have any information that can help officers with their enquiries, please contact the officer in the case, PC Lee Palmer on 07970864
  7. Bloody hell, there is a lot of information here, it must have taken the author hours.
  8. If he is found to be guilty, castrate him and any other rapist!
  9. I think I read something similar Denise but this project is a really good cause
  10. Ah the Buchanan Trust I cannot remember but were they not involved in the sale of Council Farms debacle - I know Tony Johnson was Trustee of the charity - there has been a lot of writing on this Trust - not because they sinned but because they have repeatedly been let down by their Trustees
  11. The incident is believed to have occurred at around 2pm on Thursday 19 November in the St James’ Road area of the city. Andrew Cooke-Edwards, aged 32, of Aylestone Hill, Hereford, was arrested on Thursday afternoon. He was charged with rape, sexual assault, threats to kill and robbery earlier this morning (Saturday 21 November) and has been remanded to appear at Kidderminster Magistrates Court today. #herefordvoice #herefordnews #hereford
  12. A National Facility Supporting Britains's Vetrerans. 10000000_1110869936036313_7812413648349107634_n.mp4 To help those who have served in the armed forces, enabling them to transition into civilian life by offering short term accommodation, accredited training, skills, work experience and employment opportunities in the rural and construction sectors. Right now they are halfway through a 22 week aggressive build for much needed veteran's accommodation. This first stage will provide 4 families new temporary accommodation whilst making the transition into civilian life. 2
  13. I came across this blog by chance it was a very interesting read Fox cub cruelty.exposing corruption by police & CPS I believe the author is a serving officer with WMP? https://foxcubscruelty.com/blog-feed/
  14. A full and thorough investigation has been launched and a Hereford man arrested on suspicion of rape after an incident in the city yesterday afternoon (Thursday 19 November). Shortly after 2pm West Mercia Police received a report that a woman in her 20s had been approached by a man in the St James’ Road area and that she had been attacked and sexually assaulted. Officers were quickly in the area, searches were carried out and as part of our enquiries a 32-year-old local man was arrested on suspicion of rape. He currently remains in police custody. Detective Chief Inspector Emma
  15. On Monday evening paranormal investigator Jayne Harris was filming a live Facebook stream at the Pavilion and send us the photograph of the little boy below 👇 She wrote: Video Pavillion is built on the 13th century foundations of the former Hereford Castle and the gaol building is still attached forming part of the structure. Staff say there is the ghost of a WW1 soldier in the cellar. Check out all the details on her Facebook page 👉 HD Paranormal
  16. You could find friends relatives and mates anywhere if you dig deep enough. My Cousin is distantly related to the Queen whilst I'm related to Fred & Rose West so you could say the Queen is related to him .
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  18. Is this what is going to be the New Normal? Gives a new meaning to Neighborhood Watch. I think we are going to see a lot more people questioning the rationale of what is being done by a government not using it's brain and following orders. Well worth reading the comments below:
  19. Nice work if you know the right people: Boris Johnson REFUSES to apologise for £18 billion 'cash for cronies' scandal and says No10 moved 'heaven and earth' to snap up PPE - as fury mounts over government's 'jobs for pals' * National Audit Office said officials signed contracts for thousands of face masks that were actually useless * NAO looked at 8,600 contracts awarded by Government from January to July amid claims some were flawed * Boris Johnson told virtual PMQs: 'We shifted heaven and earth to get £32 billion items of PPE into this country' * Alok Sharma refuses
  20. The preliminary findings, which are yet to be peer reviewed, come ahead of a clinical trial investigating whether over-the-counter mouthwash can reduce the levels of coronavirus in a patient's saliva. The Cardiff University report said that mouthwashes containing at least 0.07 per cent cetypyridinium chloride (CPC) showed “promising signs” of being able to combat the virus. “Although this in-vitro study is very encouraging and is a positive step, more clinical research is now clearly needed,” Dr Thomas told the PA news agency, as quoted by the Independent newspaper. “We ne
  21. Beautiful property far too much of this demolishing existing properties to make way for box like new houses - characterless and lifeless
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