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  1. High Tea and Fun Quiz at Belmont Community Centre
  2. If you fancy a bit of Northern Soul, Ska 'New Years Eve', then have a look at The Plough Whitecross Road.
  3. Cllr Jim Kenyon, 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 join Colin and to bring any spare loppers or hand saws. He said there will also be an update on the day about my requests for 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 contact Hereford Voice or call Cllr Kenyon on 07711 316013 or Cllr Hall on 07860 929863
  4. 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/
  5. Congratulations to Hereford's 'Beefy Boys' for winning the UK Burger Battle 2015 twitter image
  6. 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!
  7. 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
  8. Talent Show Saturday 27th June at 19.30
  9. The Venue (formally The Jailhouse) Opens This Week!
  10. The gigantic loads are set to leave Cotswold Airport at Kemble at 7am on Satruday, 14th February and will join the M4 at junction 15. Anyone travelling on the motorway should give themselves plenty of time to get to their loved ones as the plane fuselages make their way along the M4 to Bristol, where they will head up north on the M5 through to Gloucestershire, heading to a breakers in Herefordshire. Exeter Express and Echo
  11. The Left Bank officially opens this weekend and I have invites from the manager for tomorrow night. If you would like to come to this invitation only first night, please reply to this post.
  12. Winter Wonderland Christmas Ball
  13. The Beefy Boys ‘Butty Back’ burger wows judges in final round of World Burger Championships! The Beefy Boys have excelled in The World Burger Championships in Las Vegas, with their Butty Back burger claiming top spot in the final round! The team’s cumulative scores saw them take an amazing overall 2nd place in the world! The Beefy Boys are six amateur cooks from Herefordshire, whose passion for turning quality local produce into amazing BBQ foods, guided only by their taste buds and a lot of experimentation has catapulted them into the spotlights on the world food stage. They won Best Burger at the top UK BBQ competition Grillstock in Bristol in June and qualified for a place at the World Food Championships in Las Vegas, to compete against 50 of the best burger teams in the world. The World Food Championships is the highest stakes food competition in the world. This multi-day, live-event culinary competition in Downtown Las Vegas, showcases some of the world's best cooking masters competing for fame and fortune, and is broadcast to millions via a 6 episode US TV series. The competition was already tough, with experienced professional competition teams but the Beefy Boys faced the added challenge of having to recreate their burgers from scratch Stateside as they were unable to import their 21 day-aged Herefordshire meat and specially baked local brioche buns – both of which had to be sourced from scratch in Las Vegas, to the team’s demanding specifications. They successfully won their way through to the 10 team final and then pulled out all the stops with their ‘Butty Back’ Burger in the final round. This show-stopping burger featured their signature patty – mouth-watering beef brisket smoked with Butty Bach ale from Wye Valley Brewery and impressed the judges with its deliciously matched Butty Bach sauce. On overall scores, they were piped at the post by the 2013 World Burger Champions but for a self-taught UK team to reach second place, beating many successful American teams at their own game, is an incredible achievement. For the boys from Hereford, it still feels like hitting the jackpot. They take home a prize pot of $5,000. “We feel so fortunate to be able to showcase Herefordshire and a take a taste of the county and its produce on to the world’s stage - elements that without which we wouldn't have been able to achieve what we have so far,” said Christian Williams, one of the amateur cooks. “It was an incredible experience and we can’t wait to share it with everyone back home.” The whole story of the Beefy Boy’s Las Vegas adventures has been captured on film by Shooting Reels and the first cuts will be released before Christmas.
  14. Saturday 29 November at The Jailhouse, Hereford NMTBullocks presents GOD DAMN / Plane Crasher / Weathered Hands / Cassandra / Chew The impressively loud 2 piece GOD DAMN will be headlining what may well be the last NMTBullocks gig night to be held at The Jailhouse on Saturday 29th November, what with the very sad closure of the club on the horizon at the end of the year. They’ll be supported on the night by a host of excellent local bands. Loud, intense, brutal, raucous, dirty punk ‘n’ roll noisemongers Plane Crasher and emotive hardcore punk rock from Weathered Hands. Plus garage indie rockers Cassandra and alternative Chew. Atomic drum and guitar duo God Damn are pure attack: molten pop hooks galvanized in a blaze of bludgeoning riffs and furiously propulsive percussion. Hailing from the heart of the Black Country, God Damn fuse ‘Bleach’ era Nirvana, Jesus Lizard, ‘Surfer Rosa’ era Pixies and At The Drive In influences whilst swearing allegiance to the ‘Seven J’s’ of their Holy Bible: Hendrix, Homme, Cash, White, Page, Bonham and Jesse ‘The Devil’ Hughes (Eagles of Death Metal). ….what the press say: “A heads-down, hair-in-your-eyes, ****-your-instruments-as-hard-as-humanly-possible riff riot.” – The Guardian A rip-rollicking thrash, brutally mixing grunge and the regions finest export, heavy metal." – NME A testifying blues grunge prog rock pop metal thrashup... if that sounds like a pretty awesome combination, you’d be right. It is." – Brum Notes “Fantastic: loud, louder, and ******* loud, PA testing Motorhead style volume. Times two.” Uberrock ….and finally in their own words when recently talked to Kerrang about their forthcoming One Little Indian release and upcoming tour: “We can’t wait to take this new material out on the road! We are known for being one of the rawest on the circuit using heavy dynamics with a quiet/loud/jet-engine decibel range… A sing-along nosebleed kinda vibration,” laughs vocalist and guitarist, Thom Edward. “We’ve made a very textured, visceral and angry record with those pop barbed hooks. We’re fully intent on making layered studio albums with depth and then gloves off, knuckle dusters on for the shows!” So check out GOD DAMN on Saturday November 29th, a band definitely on the rise. With multiple plays of their latest single Horus on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show and a UK Download tour with Turbowolf just days after this Jailhouse show they are an act to watch. Also make the most of The Jailhouse, a venue so supportive of the NMTBullocks shows and live music in general over the last 7 years here in Hereford while it’s still around. Live: 7.30 – 11.30pm /// £5 on the door. (Includes entry into 80s & 90s Anthems club night after bands till 3am) nevermindthebullocks.co.uk facebook.com/nmtbullocks
  15. Monday 15 September 2014 in Hereford Times News: Any advice to keep people out of the clutches of loan sharks is to be commended.
  16. We can't achieve anything without something in the kitty to pay for speakers and events to get the message over so come for a large slice of veggie, Caribbean themed reggae pie at the Black Lion on Saturday 19th July 2014. Please tell your friends and come and join us for a few beers
  17. I had a thought there are many people that blog on this site and we never meet I'm sure there will be many that like it that way but why not have a get together at my pub the victory in Hereford I am happy to provide a free curry and entertainment and maybe have a short question and answer with some local councillors it would also be an opportunity to grow the site and give Colin some recognition for the great effort he puts into it I certainly find it informative. Victory Pub Ledbury Road Hereford - Saturday February 1st From 7pm.
  18. Coming to Comedy Club at the Hereford Courtyard Theatre? Then why not take advantage of our Curry Night and make a proper night of it? Whenever there’s a Comedy Club The Cafe Bar rustle up a delectable meat and veggie curry with rice or naan bread to ticket holders for £8. If you want to be sure you don’t miss out – people who like laughing seem to like their curry! – and you fancy a 25% discount then book in advance by calling the Box Office and get your curry at £6, either when you book your tickets, or just add it on after. The next one is November 4th when Andy Parsons is on stage, should be a great night.
  19. • 5.30pm Gates open • 6.00pm Fire performers • 7.00pm Children's lantern procession • 7.30pm Fireworks display (No private fireworks or sparklers) • Come for your supper; • Pim's Thai Food • Friends Café - hot dogs • Barrels Beer Tent Wristband entry only, available from; Outback Records, Church Street or St James CE Primary School, Vicarage Rd, (1- 3pm, cash or chq only), tel 273961. Adults £6 in advance (£8 on the night) Children £4 in advance (£6 on the night) A family friendly community event raising funds for St James CE Primary School PTFA building fund and Friends of Castle Green.
  20. The Earl of Wessex during his visit to The Oval Hereford today. Prince Edward, has visited several locations in Hereford today. The royal visited the Hereford Academy, the Oval in Newton Farm, Hinton Community Centre and the Kindle Centre. He met residents from South Wye for a community lunch and was treated to dance and choir displays from students and a local dance group, among other things throughout the day. Picture curtesy of the Hereford TImes
  21. Welsh Water is to hold an open evening in Hereford to explain its plans to invest £2 billion in the region. The event will be at the Kindle Centre at 6pm on Monday, July 15. The firm will also be displaying information stands in High Town between 10am and 6pm from Monday and Wednesday of that week.
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