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  1. A nice positive response... Empty shops are not really the fault of the council.
  2. Works begins of the refurbishment of the public toilets in Maylord Orchards on Monday! It will be good to have these much needed facilities reopen again in the city centre in the near future. Gemma Davies - Cllr said to us today;
  3. We are again witnessing floods across our county and you have to feel for all of those people and businesses that are affected. Residents in Greyfriars Ave and Wye Terrace as well as many other homes in streets and roads across Herefordshire are once again flooded out. Our friends at De Koffie Pot are really battling against the odds to pump out the constant flow of flood water. Keep up the good work guys and let's hope that the water does not breach the wall, we have our fingers crossed for everyone
  4. ROAD CLOSURE | Holme Lacy Road, Putson, Hereford. Please do not ignore the signs they are there for a reason! #herefordvoice #herefordnews #herefordshire
  5. Yes this photo was taken with a drone, certainly shows the roundabout in a different perspective.
  6. HSBC has announced that they have plans to close 82 branches across the UK reducing their estate to 511 branches. Hereford's branch located in the city centre is NOT on the list of branches to be closed however, Tewksbury's branch is earmarked to close at the end of July. The bank said it aims to redeploy the vast majority of staff to nearby branches and does not expect any redundancies from the move. The branches will start shutting their doors permanently from April 23, starting with Edinburgh’s Princes Street branch, with approximately three closing each week until the
  7. The new restaurant in the former 'Ask Italian' unit in Broad Street Hereford is due to open next week. Dirty pizzas | Retro cocktails | Chilled vibes They are just adding the finishing touches to their new and exciting restaurant in Broad Street Hereford before their grand opening next week! (take-away only at the moment) Check out their Facebook page with a chance to win a delicious free bumper meal in their opening 'Giveaway' We would like to wish them the best of luck and welcome this new foodie to Hereford's city centre.
  8. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service were called to a serious agricultural building fire in Kings Pyon, near Hereford at around 13:03 on Monday, 18 January 2021. The fire was in a large agricultural building – two barns approximately 120m by 120m containing 500 tonnes of straw. Livestock in the barns were all evacuated. photographs courtesy of HWFRS In total 12 appliances were involved in fighting the fire with crews coming in from Kingsland, Hereford, Eardisley, Leominster, Kington, Wyre Forest, Tenbury Wells, Fownhope, Ledbury and Malvern. The fire was fought
  9. 19.10 Update: Water Carrier and a Pump from Leominster attended a barn fire this afternoon, near King's Pyon. Along with crews from Kingsland, Hereford, Eardisley, Kington, Ledbury and Malvern Fire Stations. Crews will remain at the incident through the night.
  10. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service crews have be called to a fire which has engulfed a barn at Kings Pyon in Herefordshire. The heat from the core of the fire is an incredible 650c as you can see from the heat gun.
  11. Emergency services attended the scene yesterday morning between Croft Castle and Lucton involving two vehicles. Two people were treated for minors injuries at the roadside however, one motorist was taken to hospital and later released.
  12. A respiratory consultant at Hereford County Hospital has spoken of her personal battle against COVID-19 and how she’s happy to be “first in the queue” to get vaccinated. Ingrid Du Rand, who has been on the frontline of treating COVID-19 patients this year, began her own very personal battle with the virus during November when she started to feel unwell. A fit forty-something and keen runner, Ingrid’s first inclination that something wasn’t quite right was when she slowed up on one of her regular runs. “I felt more tired than usual. This was unusual for me. A couple of days later
  13. The Government is considering tough new measures over fears that people are not complying with the current rules. Members of the Sage scientific advisory panel are said to have called for a change to social distancing rules in a bid to stop the spread of Covid-19.
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