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    WIN a Sunday Roast for 2 People at The Den Hereford. "It's what Sundays are all about" We have teamed up with our lovely friends at The Den to celebrate their reopening this coming weekend. To be in with a chance of winning a mouthwatering Sunday roast for two people on Sunday 12th July between 12-4pm (table has already been reserved) pop over to our Facebook page.. 👉 LIKE & SHARE The Den & Hereford Voice FB Pages 👉 Leave a comment telling us your favourite veg or meat 👉 Tag a friend who would love a roast 😜 A lucky winner will be selected at random on Wed 8th July (Entrants MUST at least 16 years of age and available Sunday 12th July 2020) Good Luck 👍 Competition / Giveaway T&C's #HerefordVoice #hvcomps #Hereford #hfdcomps
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    I have not fished the lake for probably nearly 30 years. I have started fishing again. Are there any fish left in them?
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    I was in the city centre today and I cannot see that this has made much difference, car park in West St was virtually empty
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    This is a terrible idea. Why close these roads this is only going to force people onto the new bridge and cause even more congestion. 😡
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    This is all well and good but they will need to recoup the lost money elsewhere to pay for other important services.
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    Harveys and Benson for Beds enter into Administration. Harveys goes into administration with 240 jobs lost and branches under threat. Bensons for Beds, which is owned by Harveys' owners Blue Group, will see around 50 of its outlets close, leaving between 150 and 175 open. Blue Group formally appointed PricewaterhouseCoopers as administrator on Tuesday. The move leaves the future of Harveys hanging in the balance, with PwC looking for buyers for the business and its three manufacturing plants. Harveys is not currently taking any new orders but will honour existing ones, according to its website Harvey’s have had financial trouble for the past 12 months and have been seeking a new buyer. Most stores were due to re-open today, with staff spending the past two days cleaning showrooms. The two furniture retailers operate from 269 stores across the UK and employs 2700 in total, 700 of which are directly employed at Harvey’s. Both Bensons for Beds and Harvey’s also had a change of hands last November, when former parent company Blue Group was sold off by Steinhoff to Alteri Investors for an undisclosed sum. Alteri Investors, which owns Blue Group, has decided to restructure the business so that Bensons will become a standalone business. Bensons is the second largest bed retailer in the UK behind Dreams in terms of market share.
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