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Denise Lloyd

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  1. And yet the same company wanted to wipe out The Broad Leys. Good on the Co op for the good work they do. Each time you shop there you are contributing to local charities of your choosing.
  2. Possibly another one in the mix H and W‏Verified account @bbchw 17m17 minutes ago More BBC H and W Retweeted Jesse Norman THREAD: The MP for Hereford & South Herefordshire @Jesse_Norman who was last week appointed as Paymaster General & Financial Secretary to the Treasury says he is considering entering the race for the Tory leadership BBC H and W added,
  3. Surprised nobody else has posted the changes at Herefordshire Council following the recent local elections so here goes:- Herefordshire Council’s Leader and Chair elected and committee chairs appointed. Full Council has today announced how Herefordshire Council will be governed in the 2019/20 municipal year. Councillor Hitchiner has been elected Leader of Herefordshire Council, Councillor Bowen is Chairman of the Council and Councillor Guthrie is Vice-Chairwoman of the Council. Full Council also appointed Herefordshire Council’s committee chairs, confirmed as: Adults and wellbeing scrutiny committee Chair: Councillor Swinglehurst Vice-Chair: Councillor Bartlett Audit and governance committee Chair: Councillor Shaw Vice-Chair: Councillor Bolderson Children and young people scrutiny committee Chair: Councillor Gandy Vice-Chair: Councillor Toynbee Employment panel committee Chair: Councillor Hitchiner Vice-Chair: Councillor Johnson General scrutiny committee Chair: Councillor Lester Vice-Chair: Councillor Bowes Planning and regulatory committee Chair: Councillor Hardwick Vice-Chair: Councillor Seldon Licensing sub-committee Chair: Councillor Seldon Published: Friday, 24th May 2019 and Councillor David Hitchiner, Leader of Herefordshire Council, has today announced his Cabinet member appointments and the portfolios they will be responsible for. The Leader will continue to direct the council’s corporate policy and strategy and have overall budget responsibility. Cabinet members are: Councillor Felicity Norman (Deputy Leader): Children and Families Councillor Gemma Davies: Contracts and Assets Councillor Pauline Crockett: Health and Wellbeing Councillor John Harrington: Infrastructure Councillor Ellie Chowns: Economy and Communications Councillor Ange Tyler: Transport and Regulatory Services Councillor Liz Harvey: Finance and Corporate Services Councillor David Hitchiner, Leader of Herefordshire Council, said: “Herefordshire is a proudly independent and ingenious county. I look forward to drawing on best practise, using our strengths and talents, to be a council that serves and works with the people of Herefordshire, with openness and imagination at its heart. Our Cabinet Members bring a variety of skills and some new experience- I am confident that working together we will do well for the county we all love.” Published: Friday, 24th May 2019 Wishing them well in their new roles and look forward to some positive moves That's all for now!
  4. BREAKING: Theresa May announces she’ll step down as Tory leader on Friday 7th June. Poor old girl did not care for the woman but by God she did give it her all and her supposed colleagues/friends have been real bastards and ******* to her
  5. BCSunPolMidlands‏ @sunpoliticsmids 2m2 minutes ago More BBCSunPolMidlands Retweeted Philip Hammond Hereford and South Herefordshire MP @Jesse_Norman leaves his job as Roads Minister and is appointed as Financial Secretary to the Treasury. Richly deserved promotion for @MelJStride. Disappointed to lose him but I know he'll do a great job as Leader of the House. And a warm welcome to @Jesse_Norman as @hmtreasury's new Financial Secretary. We're all looking forward to working with you.
  6. My list for NOT's so far without even thinking about it! Boris Truss Grayling Leadsom
  7. A message from Harry Bramer Dear Editor I write in my last few days as the Mayor of Ross to say a huge thank you to all those that have supported me and my consort Marie Ward in the 100 or so civic events we have attended on behalf of the Town and the residents of Ross. It has been 16 years since I entered local politics by winning Penyard Ward in 2003 to gain my seat on Herefordshire Council and a place on the Town Council in 2007. The unusual national political scene has led to a deserved back-lash against the major parties nationally and regrettably this trend has been replicated in the local elections and I, together with many local politicians who have years of active service to the local community, now find ourselves on the side-lines. I truly trust that many of the items such as the Campaign to Protect the Minor Injuries Unit at Ross Hospital, or the building of 150,000 sq ft of business space creating 1000 highly paid jobs at Ross Enterprise Park or even the attempt to save The Chase Hotel with its beautiful grounds for the people of Ross, will not now be overturned simply by those with just a desire to be the ‘new broom’. One thing that the new politicians, and those now on the side-lines, can I am sure agree is that Ross deserves better and with continued and concentrated care and attention – it can be further regenerated and once more become the ‘jewel in the crown’ in the Wye Valley. Harry Bramer Penyard
  8. no definitely the Blind College well the 5395000 bit is the same as on the papers Meggilleland put a link to as for the other expenditure that is anybody's guess
  9. About 910,000 results (0.40 seconds) Search Results Web results Senior management team - Herefordshire Council https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/info/200148/...council/41/senior_management_tea... Economy and place. Acting Director: Richard Ball; Email: richard.ball@herefordshire.gov.uk. The council is supported by three divisions that create a corporate ...
  10. The payment to Davitt Jones could be the payment for the Blind College - maybe
  11. now that is a great shame she had a huge majority and must have been very popular.
  12. Aylestone Voice it is now your turn to enlighten - please what is the suggested conspiracy theory?
  13. AV I do actually have a smidgeon of sympathy for those Councillors who lost their seats yesterday. Having lost jobs through redundancy or just straight forward sackings I know just how soul destroying it can be. And the older you get the more it hurts. It must be very strange for the Councillors who have been at it for years to suddenly and very publicly find out that basically they are no longer required. In fact it will hurt like hell. I do not need to explain the voluntary work I do I am a a fully paid up member of society and what I now do is my business and my business only!!
  14. But Roger I seem to recall you were not voting - now you expect the elected person to call on you - bit rich isn't it? With any luck Kath also works unlike some of these retired Cons who are now no longer in the old boy network Con Club. Councillors who also work for a living have a different perspective and see the county and life for what it is like compared with some of these rich retired blow ins who decide to take up local politics initially to get them out of the house and from under the wife's feet. Must be a funny life for these old boys who have stuck with it and now find they do not have meetings to attend. Oh well they will now have to take up other pursuits to occupy their lives. They are very keen on suggesting people volunteer to do good work perhaps they can now set an example and give some back
  15. Cutter out - so much for his electioning efforts PS to Megg............... Harlow is not standing
  16. Golden Valley North Elected Mrs Hewitt, Jennie, Independent. Turnout 55.08% Mrs Hewitt, Jennie, Independent. Votes 697 Mr Price, Philip David, The Conservative Party Candidate. Votes 485 Ms Coda, Anna-Maria, Labour Party. Votes 141 Dropping like flies
  17. I have loads to do but cannot move from this screen for too long just at the moment - will have to do massive catch up later on!
  18. Well will you just look at that Breaking news: Harry Bramer and Brian Wilcox both lose seats.
  19. Hampton Elected Mr Harrington, John Dennis, It's Our County Independent Organised Capable. Turnout 38.44% Mr Baker, Bruce Allen, The Conservative Party Candidate. Votes 468 Mr Harrington, John Dennis, It's Our County Independent Organised Capable. Votes 611 Well done John
  20. Independent Bernard Hunt wins Newton Farm with just 171 votes. The turn out was a tiny 18.6% in the Hereford seat. Other candidates included Jacqueline Carwardine (Lib Dem 147), Labour's Margy Whalley (101), Glenda Powell (92) and Jeremy Chapman (Conservative 43). Snap!!!!!!!!!!!
  21. Phil Cutter speaking out https://www.herefordtimes.com/news/17608363.controversial-housing-plan-face-rejection/now
  22. https://www.thelondoneconomic.com/news/tories-in-freefall-as-councillors-say-they-have-given-up-canvassing/29/04/?fbclid=IwAR32XcvFVcW-v7cZ1TUkdhNEBwU2t1bxTR-IEDd7utAGsITqm5wM2PzIOyY A very good reason to make that effort and vote
  23. Balfour Beatty and Laing O'Rourke chucked off Prompt Payment Code Pair joined by Interserve, Costain and Persimmon in being named and shamed by government I will just post this here is BB another large group to watch and handle with care?
  24. Ah but will they still be the great and the good after this week?
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