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  1. Okay folks I have just had a discussion with Keith and we have agreed Sunday 19th November 0900-1400 for 'Phase 2'. We obviously need as much help again and we will see if we can encourage the scout/cubs etc to keep us refreshed with beverages again. The plan of actions is to clear some of the outstanding dead branches and bushes and to paint the fence! We will also continue to try and break the back of the duckweed and also erect two additional signs. I have got the funding for some Hammerite and I will make sure that we have a dozen of so paint brushes to make light work of the 75 metre length. Any help will be greatly appreciated!
  2. A few months ago we were walking past the duck pond and noticed how dirty and full of algae it had become and I commented at the time on how it had deteriorated over the years. A few days later I noticed a new Facebook group that has only recently been set up by local chap Keith Marston called 'The Duck Pond Hereford clean up' and I thought what a great idea, I joined the group immediately and said that Hereford Voice would help out and publicise this idea as much as possible. Cllr Jim Kenyon is also doing what he can to raise awareness. I took this photograph today, the pond is absolutely covered in green algae, a lot of this is because people are feeding these ducks with bread, most of us think this is kind but in reality, bread can makes ducks ill and certainly does not contain the right calories and nutrition to keep ducks warm during the winter months. Rotting bread pollutes the water and encourages bad surface algae which kill the fish and causes diseases in ducks as well making the water smell. I also thought long term could we have a food vending machine like the one in the photo below installed and the proceeds from any profits made to go towards the maintenance of the duck pond...
  3. Planning Hereford: how to get it right An illustrated lecture by John Bothamley CBE FRSA BA(Hons) Thursday 23 March 2017 Arrival from 7.00pm, for 7.15pm start, and a 8.30pm close at, The Events Suite, Herefordshire & Ludlow College, Folly Lane, Hereford Expanding on the views of Sir Terry Farrell, and the Farrell Report of April 2014, John will consider how our built environment is created by site owners and developers rather than the community. A quick run through of the history of the creation of Hereford and how we can best look forward to creating a unique city that we all enjoy. Following the forum, there will be an opportunity to ask questions. RSVP by Thursday 16 March to Julia Davis email: [email protected], or tel: 01432 365431. Annual Civic Society Lecture - March 2017 - Planning Hereford - how to get it right.pdf
  4. Red carpet opening for new designer store Flannels Designer store Flannels rolled out the red carpet and celebrated in style with a VIP launch party in Hereford on Commercial Street last night. The glittering guest list included Paralympian gold medal winner Sascha Kindred, Hereford’s local Mayor Jim Kenyon and Mike Truelove from the city’s Business Improvement District, along with a wealth of other guests from the local business community. Each guest was given an envelope on arrival, with one lucky attendee finding enclosed a gift card and personal shopping experience worth £1,000. Local customer Heather Hodgetts was the lucky £1000 winner and didn’t take long to buy her festive treats. The luxury retailer treated guests to a night of music, food and drinks showcasing brands such as Versus Versace, Stone Island, Kenzo, Giuseppe Zanotti, Michael Michael Kors and many more! Photographer: Phil Oldham @ Rex Photography Jenna Triscott Flannels Marketing Manager said: “It’s fantastic to see so many people here supporting our opening night.” “We’re really excited and proud to be part of the Hereford retail landscape offering the area the best shopping and luxury fashion experience.” Guests enjoyed a champagne reception and tasty canapés were served up by Cellar Door. Entertainment came in the form of a fashion showcase with models from Gingersnap and music from local DJ’s Street Sellers. Flannels is one of the UK’s leading luxury fashion retailers. The new 14,600 square foot store spans two floors and stocks both men’s and women’s luxury clothing, footwear and accessories, in addition to a dedicated space for children’s wear. The first Flannels store opened in Knutsford, Cheshire in 1976 and since then the company has successfully introduced designer fashion largely to the North West and Midlands regions. The opening will bring Flannels to Hereford and is a landmark moment for the company which already has a chain of successful stores in Manchester, Liverpool, Plymouth, Leeds, Birmingham, Sunderland, Swindon, Cardiff, Newcastle, Nottingham and Southport.
  5. Hi Just to let you know there is a table top sale taking place at Belmont Community Centre on Sunday 4th December 2016 from 1.30 pm. Sellers should reserve tables in advance with a full payment of £5 and arrive at 1 pm. Come along and maybe grab yourself a bargain.
  6. We are holding a Children's Christmas Party at Belmont Community Centre on Saturday 17th December from 2 pm to 4 pm. The cost is £3 a ticket including food and drink. Booking is essential so please either pop into the Centre or call us on 01432 263415 to reserve your tickets. Fun, games and an extra special visitor. See attached poster, we look forward to seeing you Childrens Christmas Party 17 Dec 16.docx
  7. Morning Just a reminder that the Harvest Festival takes place on Saturday 17th September 2016 from 2 pm to 4 pm at Belmont Community Centre. There will be songs, nibbles and good company! In the spirit of Community we are not charging for this event but would ask people to "donate" items we can then distribute to the needy in our area. Booking is essential so please reserve your place on 01432 263415 We hope to see you there.
  8. Hi Everyone, I wanted to let you all know about events which we have planned during the next few months at Belmont Community Centre. If you are interested in attending any of the events please give the Centre a call on 01432 263415. There is a small charge for the events and more details can be found on the attached posters. It would be fantastic to see the local community supporting these events and we are always looking for more volunteers. Weekly Craft Group Come and join our craft Group at Belmont Community Centre, every Tuesday from 2 pm to 4 pm Craft Group Poster V1.docx Saturday 20th August 2016 Children's Olympic Party 10 am to 12.30 pm Children's Olympics v1.docx Olympic Buffet and Quiz 3 pm to 6 pm Olympic Buffet and Quiz V1.docx Saturday 17th September 2016 Harvest Festival 2 pm to 4 pm Harvest Festival V1.docx Saturday 1 October 2016 MacMillan Coffee Morning Macmillan Coffee Morning October 2016.docx Saturday 29 October 2016 Children's Halloween Party 2 pm to 4 pm Children's Halloween Party V1.docx Adults Halloween Party 6 pm Adults Halloween Party V1.docx Saturday 10 December 2016 Santa's Grotto Sunday 18th December 2016 Christmas Carol Concert
  9. Clean for the Queen
  10. Singer and Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant called into the Sweet Chilli Saturday night for a curry and you don't see that everyday eh! Photograph courtesy of Sweet Chill Led Zeppelin superstar Robert Plant make a surprise appearance at Deborah Bonham's Hereford gig at the Left Bank earlier in the evening. Full details of the gig and how the surprise all unfolded can be found on the Herefordshire Live Website
  11. Celebrating St George's Day in Hereford today. I just adore this picture with a few added HDR tones
  12. I am proud to be British and this lady has always been there in the background, a rock solid stateswoman who has seen it all... Happy 90th birthday my Queen.
  13. A Ledbury town councillor has been forced to apologise after she tried to ban Union Jack bunting being put up to celebrate the Queen's birthday - in case it upset FOREIGNERS. What the hell? Councillor Liz Harvey voted against having the patriotic bunting, saying visitors to the town would mistake the red-white-and-blue flags for the National Front. She made the bizarre comments during a town council meeting to discuss ways to mark the Queen's 90th birthday in the Herefordshire town of Ledbury. Story here
  14. Enjoyed seeing the Notorious Brothers band playing last night at the Vaga Tavern. Drummer was blind but brilliant and funny with it, great band and I would definitely go and see them again.
  15. Only joking. I just didn't want NF to feel left out!! No such events with Mr Edwards at the helm. I'm over to Jims patch. NFCA shop could not give me any more information regarding the whereabouts of Mr Edwards than we already know.
  16. High Tea and Fun Quiz at Belmont Community Centre
  17. If you fancy a bit of Northern Soul, Ska 'New Years Eve', then have a look at The Plough Whitecross Road.
  18. This is brilliant! Well done to everyone at The Grandstand Hereford including the pub’s manager Hannah Judge and staff Matthew Dixon, Rees Perry, Jason Beckett and Dave Lee. https://www.facebook.com/grandstand.hereford/videos/1660212037593242/
  19. Congratulations to Hereford's 'Beefy Boys' for winning the UK Burger Battle 2015 twitter image
  20. What we need in Hereford is our very own Hereford Festival with local ales and cider. An annual weekend starting Saturday 12 noon ending Sunday 5pm as an example. The idea would be to use existing local pubs each would have a live band at various time slots throughout the weekend, food could be available, burgers, hot dogs, curries etc. We could explore having a bus service running between the various pubs at 20-30 minute intervals. Something similar to festivals in other towns. We need to get Hereford as an annual venue for a great festival. A printed programme with advertisers also listing all the performance times of bands, singers etc and lists of local ales and ciders would be available for £2 or £3 per copy. Come on people, give me your ides's and let's get our very own Hereford Festival and make our city the place to be next summer!
  21. Would you like to find out more about hate crime, how to report it and the support available to victims? Officers from the local the Safer Neighbourhood Team will be on hand at a hate crime awareness event at The Courtyard, Edgar Street, Hereford, on Monday 14th September between 2pm and 6pm. They will be joined at this drop-in event by a range of other organisations that offer support to victims of hate crime including: • Victim Support • Citizen’s Advice Bureau • Herefordshire Interfaith Group • Herefordshire Autism Partnership • The Learning Disability Board • Stoneham Housing • The Local Independent Advisory Group • Mencap • The Gender Trust
  22. Cllr Jim Kenyon, a county councillor for the Tupsley ward, has helped arrange a litter pick and community day this Sunday, which he hopes will bring community spirit to the area. He said: "The encouraging thing for me is people from across the city want to sort this problem out and reclaim the lines and make it safe to use. "It is a thoroughfare from the south of the city to the north of the city. What we want is to make it a safer route." Cllr Kenyon said the bushes alongside the path are overgrown and this week Herefordshire Council's contractor, Balfour Beatty, is cutting it back over three days. This extra work is funded by the city council and match funded by the county council. Cutting back the bushes will reveal a lot of litter, so this is where the community can step in this Sunday and take part in a litter pick- bags and litter pickers will be provided. Help is also needed to cut back bushes by the exit and entry points to the lines- Cllr Kenyon asked for people to bring any spare loppers or hand saws. He said there will also be an update on the day about the LED lighting and the CCTV camera, which is due to be installed this month. Community groups are involved including Close House and everyone is welcome to join in. Parking is available at Hereford Rugby Club and there will be free refreshments at the rugby club at 2pm and the chance to talk to police and councillors. Cllr Laura Hall, from the city council, said she grew up in Hunderton and wants people to realise what a nice area it is. Meet at the rugby club at 11am. If you would like any more information call Cllr Kenyon on 07711 316013 or Cllr Hall on 07860 929863
  23. Talent Show Saturday 27th June at 19.30
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