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  1. Herefordshire Council teams have recently completed a programme of resurfacing and drainage works on the C1059 - Common Farm Bungalow - Holloway Common Farm, Hampton Charles, Herefordshire.
  2. We were invited to a sneak preview of the new En BBQ Hereford at Hereford Old Market Shopping Centre Their will be a 'Soft Opening' from Wednesday 2nd June in the evenings until 6th June then will be full days. (Closed Mondays and Tuesdays for staff training) #SupportLocal and visit Hereford's latest new eatery - book your table here 👉 www.enbbq.co.uk Hereford Voice would like to thank Peyman and Pampi for their kind 'sneak preview' invitation in the week and wish them the very best of luck with their new business! More Positive #HerefordNews
  3. Herefordshire Council teams have recently completed a programme of resurfacing and drainage works on Church Road, Stretton Sugwas Herefordshire.
  4. West Mercia Police are appealing for witnesses following criminal damage in Hereford. At around 4.45am on Thursday 20 May five young people are believed to have attempted to break into in a building on the Holme Lacy Road industrial estate. The offenders were all described as being aged between 15 and 17-years-old. Three of the offenders are described as; A white boy around 5ft 5ins of a stocky build, with short brown curly hair with shaved sides, wearing grey joggers and a hoody. A second white boy with short brown hair, black padded jacket, black backpack, black skinny jeans and white trainers. A girl was described as white with long dark brown or purple hair, of a slim build and wore a black coat with a fur trim and black trainers. There were a further two offenders but there are no descriptions at this time and we are keen to speak to anyone who has more information or may have witnessed the incident taking place. Anyone with information is urged to call 101 quoting incident 00249 of 20 May. If you have information you want to report anonymously you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111 or via their website.
  5. Herefordshire Council teams have recently completed a programme of resurfacing and drainage works on Castle Road, Richards Castle, Herefordshire.
  6. West Mercia Police are re-appealing for the help from the community to find missing 47-year-old Steven Tattum. Concerns continue to grow for Steven who is missing from Hereford and has not been seen since 2.40am last Wednesday (19 May). He is around 5ft 8ins tall, with brown and grey hair and was last seen on Greyfriars Bridge wearing a dark coloured top and jeans with a long dark coat. Anyone who believes they may have seen Steven is asked to call 101 immediately. Quoting incident 40i of 19 May.
  7. West Mercia Police Update Following an incident on Sunday 2nd May at The Spread Eagle pub n Hereford a man has been charged with assault and threatening behaviour. He will appear before Herefordshire Magistrates Court in June
  8. There is a wide load stuck on the traffic lights on the A49 Ross Road (northbound) Hereford.
  9. Hereford Police have a new toy in the form of an eco-friendly electric vehicle Photograph courtesy of West Mercia police
  10. Today marks the 30th anniversary of Midlands Air Ambulance Charity first mission. "A woman suffered a fall on the mountainside in Hay on Wye and needed emergency pre-hospital care. The flight crew rushed to the scene, and stabilised the patient before airlifting her to hospital in just six minutes!" Photograph courtesy of Midlands Air ambulance Charity Congratulations on the 30th anniversary of your first of many life saving flights! Such a brilliant charity! Donate Here
  11. Another vehicle seized by Hereford Cops (Hereford Rural North SNT), this time in Withington, Herefordshire Photograph courtesy of West Mercia Police Driver had no insurance and was a provisional licence holder. This is the Second time police have seized a vehicle from same driver in a month!
  12. Councillor Paul Stevens reopens the Hereford Museum of Cider as his first engagement as the new Hereford Mayor. The museum has been closed for over a year because of the pandemic and during that time also suffered from a flood. Photographs courtesy of the Museum of Cider The Mayor was accompanied by former Mayor Cllr Kath Hey and they were welcomed by museum director Elizabeth Pimblett. Also attending the reopening were craft cider makers from the Three Counties Cider and Perry Association, Fenella Tyler trustee and CEO of the National Association of Cidermakers, conservator Catriona Ward and Councillor Diana Toynbee. Full details can be found here
  13. Homes and businesses in Ross-on-Wye will soon benefit from gigabit capable broadband. Wholesale broadband provider, Full Fibre Limited, will build new Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) network across the town, providing access to some of the fastest broadband in the country. Fibre to the Premise (FTTP) known as ‘full fibre’ is the newest form of fibre broadband and is considered more future proof as it can deliver gigabit download speeds (1,000Mbps). The rollout is thanks to a small grant project to connect businesses in the Alton Road area that still require a superfast connection. Fastershire’s Marches & Gloucestershire business broadband grant is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and has enabled Full Fibre Limited to establish a foothold in Ross-on-Wye from which they will expand their network into the rest of the town using their own investment. Full Fibre Limited CEO, Oliver Helm, said Councillor Paul Symonds, said, Over 93% of Herefordshire properties can access a superfast connection of 30mbps or greater, according to ThinkBroadband’s figures, with over 35% mainly in rural areas able to access a gigabit capable full fibre connection, well above the national average of only 21%. Councillor Ellie Chowns, the Cabinet member for environment, economy and skills at Herefordshire Council said, To find out if your property can access faster broadband, visit www.fastershire.com.
  14. Some very mixed messages here, people must be very confused as to what they can and cannot do legally...
  15. E-Scooters | We have been asked this question many times. Why in some cities and towns across the UK these E-Scooters are completely legal to use and yet in other cities and according to the law, they are illegal to use in public areas. We noticed these in Kettering earlier this week..
  16. AFC win the Buildbase FA Trophy with a 3-1 win Hereford FC today at Wembley. Fantastic effort from our team!
  17. An online marketplace that provides an environmentally friendly, one-stop-shopping experience with independent businesses has won an award for its commitment to sustainability at the Small Awards. Herefordshire e-commerce start-up Local e Sourced enables shoppers to choose from over 90 local suppliers with single local or national delivery. It won the inaugural national 'Net Hero Award' for its unique, environmentally friendly approach of storing stock from independent suppliers in its own warehouse, to reduce packaging waste and transportation emissions. said owner Hamish Light, who brought forward the planned launch of his business at the start of the pandemic to support local businesses and consumers. Hamish Light Hamish was surprised at his home with a trophy during the virtual Small Awards ceremony that increasingly stunned guests, as eleven businesses across the UK were crowned winners on their doorsteps. Local e Sourced impressed the Small Awards' panel of expert enterprise judges for its dedication to sustainable logistics. It utilises compostable WoolCool thermal insulation and recyclable packaging, as well as two courier services - one to reach areas outside of Herefordshire, and a bicycle courier within the county. In its fifth year, the Small Awards is a nationwide search for the smallest and greatest firms in the UK, across all sectors. It is organised annually by Small Business Britain, which champions, inspires and accelerates small businesses in the UK. The new 'Net Hero' award also follows the launch of its Small Business Planet campaign to engage and encourage entrepreneurs and small businesses to commit to reducing their carbon emissions to Net Zero before 2050, supporting the broader call to action and efforts in this area by the UK Government. "Congratulations to Hamish and the team at Local e Sourced – they really impressed our judges with their inspiring creativity and dedication to sustainability," said Michelle Ovens CBE, Founder of Small Business Britain, and the Small Awards. "It has been a difficult year for the whole small business community, but it is so positive to celebrate the amazing contribution of small firms, especially when they are taking action on such crucial issues like protecting the environment. So many small businesses are hugely passionate about sustainability, and it's important to recognise and encourage this as they can play a vital role in tackling climate change and reducing the UK's carbon emissions." The Small Business Planet campaign will kick off with a series of special weekly events in the run up to COP26 on Small Business Britain's digital channels, including webinars, Facebook Lives, Power Hours, Drop-Ins and live streamed sessions on Instagram and LinkedIn.
  18. We originally ran an article highlighting the fabulous Trust back last year 👉 https://hfd.news/8gw Actor Ross Kemp officially opens new housing for military veterans A military veteran housing scheme has been officially opened today by the well-known actor, author, presenter and investigative journalist, Ross Kemp, on behalf of The Buchanan Trust. During the opening ceremony, Ross, a long-term supporter of the Armed Forces community, assisted in cutting the ribbon for the four new Almshouse cottages that have been built specifically to help ex-service personnel make a successful return to civilian life. Ross Kemp said: Funding from both Herefordshire Council and Homes England through the Almshouse Consortium has enabled The Buchanan Trust housing scheme to go ahead and has seen the construction of four properties on the rural 700 acre Bosbury Estate in Herefordshire. The Buchanan Trust is a not-for-profit charity set up to support ex-military personnel in 1918 in memory of Alan Buchanan who fell in the First World War. Run by a board of voluntary trustees, the Trust still continues to this day with its vital work in supporting veterans with their transition from military to civilian life. The Trust provides temporary residential accommodation for up to 40 former service men and women and their families, to help them readjust after their time in the forces has come to an end. In addition to housing, the veterans are also provided with access to work experience, accredited training skills and employment opportunities in the rural and construction sectors. Councillor Barry Durkin, Herefordshire Council’s representative for the Armed Forces, said: Robert Buchanan, trustee and direct descendant of the original benefactor, added: General Sir Adrian Bradshaw KCB OBE, Patron of The Buchanan Trust, said: Sue Missin, Housing Development Manager, Saffer Cooper Consultancy, said:
  19. Eight men have received prison sentences for Courier Fraud offences they committed in Herefordshire, Shropshire and Sutton Coldfield in 2019. The group of offenders based in London targeted elderly and vulnerable members of the public pretending to be police officers, encouraging them to help an investigation by withdrawing money from the bank. Couriers would then be arranged, also pretending to be police officers, to attend the victims’ addresses and collect the money. Two were arrested following a high speed pursuit in Hereford in which they rammed police cars and other vehicles before they were detained. More than 200 victims were identified by police, with many more targeted by the and with over 1,000 unique and known landline numbers contacted. The benefit amount of the conspiracy, for money stolen or attempted to have been stolen was just under £200,000. Full details 👉 https://bit.ly/3442FQQ
  20. Congratulations to Hereford Pegasus Ladies winning the Herefordshire FA Ladies County Cup with a dominating 4-1 win over Bartestree LFC at Edgar Street last night. Photograph courtesy of Hereford Pegasus Football Club
  21. Update | Police officers searching for a missing 47-year-old man can confirm that a body was recovered from the River Wye in Hereford on Tues. Formal identification confirms that it is sadly Steven Tattum from Hereford. The death is not being treated as suspicious, the Coroner has been informed. Our thoughts go out to Steven's family and friends at this difficult time. Officers are growing increasingly concerned for Steven Tattum who is missing from Hereford. He was last seen at around 2.40am Wednesday morning (19 May) near to Greyfriars Bridge Hereford but has not been seen since. Steven, aged 47, is described as white, with brown and grey hair. He is around 5ft 8in tall and was believed to be wearing a grey tracksuit and a blue coat. Anyone who believes they may have seen Steven is asked to please call 101 immediately quoting incident 40i of 19 May.
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