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    Gardeners Question Time - Gardening For Climate Change Chairman: Sir Roy Strong CH Panelists Duncan Coombs (RHS identification expert & adviser, ex Pershore College) Nick Dunn (Trees for Life, Frank P Matthews. Leading authority on fruit and ornamental trees) Tamsin Westhorpe (Former Editor at Large, The English Garden Magazine, now freelance gardening writer) Tickets £20 include a glass of wine and canapés For information and tickets contact laura@hone.net Tel 07815 615424
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    Pop up Greek Night coming Friday 2nd March will be a night not to miss. We have authentic Greek chefs and traditional Greek food - Join us for a amazing night of Delicous Greek food without the airfare
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    Learn My Way is an online and tutor supported course which you can do if you’re looking to improve basic I.T. skills.There are a whole range of courses that take you from basic skills such as how to use a keyboard and mouse, using the internet safely to more general things such as shopping online, using Facbook and managing your banking over the internet.The workshop is FREE (Funded by The Tinder Foundation) for the 2 hour session. You are invited to attend each week for FREE until you complete the course. Some learners need 4 sessions and others need 20. The pace is up to you.The workshop is aimed at people who are new to using the internet, any age (our oldest student is 93), jobseekers in need of help with searching for jobs, anyone who wants to refresh/reinforce knowledge.This will be delivered by Malcolm Johns, who has delivered this to many groups and individuals over the last 2 years.If you have any further questions beforehand, please email info@theskillsmill.co.uk Wye Learn CIC 2 Bridge Street, HR4 9DF Hereford, Herefordshire
  4. Darren Gibbons is leading the 12 in 12 challenge for St Michael's A growing band of Hospice supporters are gearing up for a busy year after agreeing to complete 12 runs in as many months. The ‘Runathon 12 in 12’ challenge is being led by Darren Gibbons who will attempt a world record at one of the events when he aims to complete the Swansea Half Marathon in record time while blindfolded. He hopes the ‘12 in 12’ idea will raise around £5,000 for St Michael’s Hospice. Darren knows all about the work of St Michael’s as his mother-in-law sadly died at the Hospice a few years ago. ‘I’m really looking forward to the Runathon 12 in 12,’ he said. ‘It’s great that so many people are on board, and I’m grateful and proud of them all. ‘Hopefully it will be a year to remember, and one which sees us raise around £5,000 for St Michael’s Hospice.’ So far, 15 fundraisers have signed up for the 12 in 12 challenge. Those taking part can choose whichever events they would like to complete, but they are all planning to enter the Hospice-led RUN Hereford in May, which features a Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K and 5K. The team have signed up to a variety of runs including 10k’s, Half Marathons and Marathons, with Darren’s world record attempt taking place in June. To sponsor the 12 in 12 team, visit https://www.justgiving.com/companyteams/Runathon12in12 To join the 12 in 12 Team, visit their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/12in12runathon
  5. POP stars Peter Andre and Midge will be performing at an all day concert at Hereford FC's Edgar Street ground this May! The line up for the Hereford FC Live concert that will take place at Edgar Street on 12th May has been confirmed! Peter Andre Midge Ure Five The Real Thing N-Trance Cheeky Girls American Four Tops The concert will kick off at midday and run until 11pm. General admission adult tickets are £35 plus booking fee 10years and under – £10 plus booking fee Children 2 years and under go free of charge Peter Andre: Peter Andre is an English-born Australian singer, songwriter. He gained popularity as a singer, best known for his successful singles “Mysterious Girl” and “Flava”. He is also known for appearing on the third series of I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, and the thirteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing. The song “Mysterious Girl” reached the top of the charts in New Zealand and number eight in Australia, and peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart. Midge Ure: Midge Ure enjoyed success in the 1970s and ’80s in bands including Slik, Thin Lizzy, Rich Kids and Visage, and most notably as frontman of Ultravox, where he scored international hits like “Vienna” and “Dancing with Tears in My Eyes”. He is also known for being co-writer of the enduring charity single, “Do They Know It’s Christmas?”. The ex-Ultravox singer wore a kilt for the occasion at Buckingham Palace. Ure was awarded his OBE for both his music and charity work. Five: Five are an English boy band from London. They were formed in 1997 by the same team that managed the Spice Girls before they launched their career. Sold a minimum of 1.6 million copies of their albums and 2.4 million copies of their singles in the UK alone. The band subsequently were signed by Simon Cowell and BMG/RCA for a six-album deal. In November 1997, Five released their debut single “Slam Dunk (Da Funk)“, which debuted at number 10 in the UK Singles Chart. The Real Thing: The Real Thing are a British soul group formed in the 1970s. In addition to a string of British hits, the band charted internationally with their song “You to Me Are Everything“, which reached No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart. By number of sales, they were the most successful rock/soul act in England during the 1970s. N-Trance: N-Trance are a British electronic music group who were formed by Kevin O’Toole and Dale Longworth in 1991. The group has sold over 5 million records worldwide and some of their hit singles include “Set You Free“, “Forever”, as well as covers of the popular 1970s disco songs “Stayin’ Alive“, “D.I.S.C.O.” and “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?“. Cheeky Girls: The Cheeky Girls are a Romanian-born British-based pop duo consisting of twin sisters Gabriela and Monica Irimia. They achieved success in the charts with four top 10 hits between 2002 and 2004. They are best known for their debut single, “Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum)“, which has sold more than 1.2 million copies worldwide. American Four Tops: This phenomenal quartet are keeping the legendary Four Tops music alive worldwide. They’ll take you through the hits – Reach Out, Baby I Need Your Loving, I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie), Standing in the Shadow, Bernadette, Walk Away Renee, Loco in Acapulco and plenty more from Platters, The Stylistics and the Temptations. With their high stepping choreography and the original harmonies from that era; the show is explosive. The group have toured extensively and are particularly well known in Germany, Holland, Belgium, Spain and Ireland. You can purchase your tickets HERE
  6. This is for anyone who may be spending Xmas Day alone.... This is lovely gesture from The Wellington Pub Hereford, well done guys
  7. Join Belmont Library for coffee, cake and books on 7 December There will be a special celebration at Belmont Library this Thursday (7 December 2017) as the library celebrates being open for 25 years. Located in the vibrant Belmont Community Centre, Eastholme Road. Belmont Library continues to provide a valued service to the local community, welcoming 22,500 visitors a year. The library is a gateway to over 200,000 books, DVDs and audio books held in Herefordshires public libraries. Customers can take out up to 12 books at a time. Reservations are free, computer and Wi-Fi access is free and there are no overdue charges for children or teenagers. Jan Nesaratnam, Senior Librarian for Herefordshire Councils library service, said: Drop in to Belmont Library on Thursday 7 December (10am-12pm). Everyone is welcome for coffee and cake and there will be book giveaways for young children.
  8. The use of lanterns and balloons pose serious environmental and wildlife threats Herefordshire Council will no longer permit the use of sky lanterns and helium balloons on council owned or leased land and at council run events. Their use will also be discouraged at licensed events across the county. The use of sky lanterns (also known as Chinese lanterns) and helium balloons have become a popular way to mark a special event, yet their use poses a serious threat to wildlife and the environment as it is impossible to control where the released lanterns and balloons land. Sky lanterns and balloons pose a serious threat to livestock – animals eat lantern debris which can be poisonous or puncture internal organs, and smaller birds can become trapped and killed. There are also environmental dangers with littering, the risk of fire to crops and trees and a significant danger to aircraft and helicopters. Councillor David Harlow, Cabinet Member for Economy and Corporate Services, said:
  9. 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!
  10. We want everyone to have an enjoyable and fun-filled Bonfire Night this year and are reminding people to stay safe and attend organised events where possible. Fireworks are widely used for celebrations such as Bonfire Night and New Year and can provide a spectacular show. However they can be dangerous if used incorrectly and anyone buying or lighting fireworks should follow the Fireworks Code: · Only buy fireworks marked BS 7114 · Don't drink alcohol if you are setting off fireworks · Keep fireworks in a closed box · Follow the instructions carefully on each firework · Light at arms length, and always use a taper · Stand well back · Never go near a firework that has been lit. Even if it hasn't gone off, it could still explode · Never put fireworks in your pocket or throw them · Always supervise children around fireworks · Light sparklers one at a time and wear gloves · Never give sparklers to a child under five · Keep pets indoors Fireworks and the law We would also like to remind people to behave responsibly when using fireworks and ensure they know the law surrounding their use and purchase. · It is an offence to sell fireworks to any person under the age of 18 · It is an offence for any person under the age of 18 to possess a firework. · It is an offence to possess any excessively loud category 3 or 4 (display style) firework · It is an offence to sell any firework (subject to certain exceptions) without a licence granted by the Fireworks Regulations 2004 · It is an offence for any person to use a firework between the hours of 11pm and 7am. Bonfire night is extended to 12 midnight. · It is an offence to throw or fire a firework in or into any highway, street or public place. · It is an offence to make a bonfire or discharge a firework in a street to the obstruction, annoyance or danger of residents or passersby Breaking the law can result in a maximum penalty of £5000 and/or a prison sentence and police can also deal with offences with a Penalty Notice for Disorder (£80). Make your 5th of November a night to remember and follow the steps above to stay safe.
  11. New Tourist Information centre opened by our Mayor Sharon Michael in the Butter Market today. Pictured here with Butter Market owner Darren Socket
  12. 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...
  13. 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
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. 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
  17. 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.
  18. 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
  19. Clean for the Queen
  20. 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
  21. Celebrating St George's Day in Hereford today. I just adore this picture with a few added HDR tones
  22. 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.
  23. 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
  24. 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.
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