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    Local Herefordian Acoustic Covers Artist 'Steph James' is performing on Saturday 31st March at The Grapes Tavern in Hereford. Kicking off at 9.30pm and performing until late. Come and join us for a fabulous night of entertainment and singing
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    All residents of Belmont are invited to an extra ordinary meeting of the Parish Council on 16th March at 7pm at the Three Counties Hotel Hereford to discuss the issues, meet council officers, councillors and view the presentation. Please share the date and time with your neighbours.
  3. A motion put forward by It's Our County for an Eastern Bridge in Hereford was rejected at a full council meeting this morning. The motion, was also backed by MP Jesse Norman (MP for Hereford & Herefordshire South) was put forward as an attempt to help ease the constant congestion issues within the city. The idea was to have a bridge linking Rotherwas with the A438 Ledbury Road.
  4. School Closures for tomorrow (Friday 2nd March) Ashfield Park Primary Ashperton Primary Aylestone High Barrs Court Barrs Court Hub Bishop of Hereford Bluecoat Blackmarston School Bosbury CE Primary Brampton Abbotts CE Primary Bredenbury Primary School Bridstow CE Primary Broadlands Primary Brockhampton Primary Brookfield School Burghill Community Academy Burley Gate CE Primary Canon Pyon CE Academy Clehonger CE Primary Clifford Primary Colwall CE Primary Eardisley CE Primary Earl Mortimer College Ewyas Harold Primary Fairfield High Garway School and the Preschool Goodrich Primary School Hampton Dene Primary Holmer CE Academy Ivington Primary John Kyrle John Masefield High Kings Caple Academy Kingstone High School Kingstone Primary Kington Primary Lea CE Primary and the Preschool Leintwardine Primary Leominster Primary Little Dewchurch Primary Llangrove CE Academy Longtown Primary Lord Scudamore Lucton School Lugwardine Primary Luston Primary Marden Primary Marlbrook Primary Michaelchurch Escley Primary Mordiford Primary Much Birch Primary Orleton CE Primary Pembridge CE Primary Pencombe CE Primary Peterchurch Primary Queen Elizabeth Bromyard Riverside Primary School Shobdon Primary St Francis Xavier St James CE Primary St Joseph's RC Primary and the Nursery St Martin's Primary School St Mary's CE Primary Credenhill St Mary's Fownhope St Mary's RC High St Michael's Primary St Paul's CE Primary St Peter's Bromyard St Thomas Cantilupe St Weonards Primary Staunton on Wye Primary School Stretton Sugwas Academy Sutton Primary Stoke Prior School Trinity Primary Walford Primary Wellington Primary School Weobley High Weobley Primary Westfield School Weston Under Penyard Primary Whitchurch CE Primary Wigmore Primary Wigmore High Withington Primary Whitecross High Full details, updates and travel news can be found at Herefordshire.gov.uk
  5. Marks and Spencer’s lorry is stuck in the snow and is blocking access East Street into St Ethelbert Hereford. The lorry is totally stuck and is need of assistance.
  6. I took these photographs at 19.30 in Hereford this evening and as you can see the road conditions are pretty bad. This snow is like a powder and the wind is causing blizzard type conditions add this to the current -4 temperature and this is the result. The forecast is that it is only going to get worse overnight.
  7. The following stores at the Old Market in Hereford are closed due to the severe weather conditions JoulesClarks Debenhams Next Vodafone *Waitrose is however currently open.
  8. Only in Hereford, excessive speed cameras...
  9. New Safety (speed) camera currently being installed on the A465 opposite the Three Counties Hotel Belmont Road) Hereford. This is been in discussion for sometime so no real surprises here however, the traffic queues along this part of Hereford are constant so we do not envisage high earnings to come from this one... Your thoughts?
  10. New Volunteer Pub for Marden plans approved. Plans have been approved for the demolition and clearance of the existing public house ('The Volunteer Inn') and erection of new family public house with rooms to include 8 bedrooms. Customer car park and relocated vehicular and pedestrian access. Planning Application P163159/F
  11. Nightmare Neighbour Next Door from Hereford is airing tonight at 8pm on channel 5. Gordon Bell, 54, of Roman Way, Stretton Sugwas, was found guilty after trial at Hereford Crown Court in June last year of criminal damage and affray towards neighbour Emanuel Spencer. The incident dated back to August 8, 2016, when the relationship between Mr Bell and his neighbours had broken down.
  12. Recommendations to approve the consultation will be made to Cabinet Herefordshire Council’s Cabinet will next week consider proposals to commence the next stage of public consultation on the Hereford Transport Package, which includes the Hereford Bypass and associated walking, cycling, bus and public realm improvements. The consultation will provide valuable feedback to inform the future decision on the preferred route for the bypass and other travel measures. Subject to Cabinet approving the process, the consultation period will consist of events to provide the opportunity to review proposals and feedback for residents, landowners and the public in early February. Councillor Philip Price, Cabinet Member Infrastructure said: Douglas Barrat, Chairman Invest Herefordshire added:
  13. In Herefordshire Council latest news Ubique could this be a response to these articles which appeared in the Daily Express and The Sun?
  14. The river Wye in Hereford is very high with flooding already along the river path with no access to the Old Bridge. This photograph was taken at 0800 this morning. The river is expected to peak this evening.
  15. 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
  16. The City Link Road will open to the public on Monday 11 December 2017. The road opens in time for the busiest Christmas Shopping period The road will mark a significant milestone in the regeneration of Hereford City following on from the successful opening of Old Market in 2012. Alun Griffiths (Contractors) Ltd will remain on-site for some weeks to undertake some final minor works and to finish the associated works to Barr’s Court Road. Once open the new road will provide an east to west route and a direct walking and cycling link from the Great Western Way to the hospital, railway station and colleges. The road’s opening will also reinstate a second entrance to Merton Meadow car park in time for the Christmas shopping period. Councillor Philip Price, Cabinet Member for Infrastructure said:
  17. Herefordshire Councils ambitious plans for growth are a step closer to delivery with the appointment of Keepmoat Homes Ltd (Keepmoat) as a preferred bidder to become the councils partner developer at cabinet today, Thursday 27 July 2017. Keepmoat, once officially appointed, will contribute to the delivery of 800 homes for Hereford city centre and to the housing targets set for the county, of which a significant number will be enabled by the Hereford Bypass. As a partner developer, Keepmoat will use local labour and the local supply chain, creating jobs, apprenticeships, training and education opportunities in the construction industry. The council has appointed its preferred bidder and reserve bidder after a competitive tender process.
  18. WIN - £30 Gift Voucher for The Glass Tandoori Restaurant! Our spicy friends and sponsors at The Glass Tandoori have teamed up with Hereford Voice to generously offer this tasty prize for our latest competition. This voucher will buy you a set meal for 2 people! To be in with a chance of winning follow ALL 3 simple steps: 1. LIKE Hereford Voice and The Glass Tandoori Facebook Pages 2. TAG A Friend 3. SHARE & COMMENT This Competition Post (Entrants MUST be over 16 years old) A winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries on Tuesday 23rd January 2018. Good luck! #hvcomps #hfdvcomps
  19. 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
  20. Why are our beautiful Medieval City Walls being left to ruin? I have mentioned this in the recent topic about a number of increased weeds in our city but I do think this justifies a unique topic. Just look at the weeds growing from the top of this section along Gunners Lane. Hereford Voice is highlighting just how bad this has become in an attempt to provoke some action and possible restoration from the Council. Hopefully, we can encourage them to put a maintenance plan in place going forward. The Herefordshire County Council need to look at having the weeds removed and also look at cleaning and repairing any unstable sections of the City Walls. The survival of our Medieval City Walls is very important, this is our heritage and therefore should be protected for future generations to come, after all this site is a scheduled monument protected by law. There was a study of Hereford's City Walls back in September 2011 details here and details about the Area of Archaeological Importance (AAI) can be found here A map of Hereford Area of Archaeological Importance, Hereford city wall conservation management plan documents and archaeology supplementary planning guidance can be found here and here
  21. Some good work being carried out all this week along the Newton Brook in Belmont. The brook has not really been cleaned out in years so it was good to see a JCB making light work of it. This work was paid for by Herefordshire Council and there is now a program for maintenance along this stretch. This work was undertaken following constant pressure to do something from Cllr Tracy Bowes who has been chasing them for months as this is a flood risk. They tried to clear some of the brook near Jubilee field on the last community action day but the silt was above their wellies. They are monitoring the other parts of the brook and this has been included in the tender for work for next year. December, January and February have been highlighted as good times for tree and shrub maintenance and coppicing but there is a plan now which should see additional work carried out throughout the year.
  22. A man charged with the murder of Julie Clark (we understand that this was his mother) who died from stab wounds at her home in Highmore Street, Hereford, last Tuesday appeared in court at Hereford today. Jason Nellist, 40, of Nicholson Court, Hereford was at Hereford Magistrates Court this morning. Nellist only spoke to confirm his name, age and address. The case has been adjourned until his next appearance at Worcester Crown Court on Wednesday, January 17. Jason Nellist has been remanded in custody.
  23. BBC 'Question Time' programme will be broadcast live from Hereford on the 18th January 2018. David Dimbleby will host the show with a selection of guests from all political backgrounds - location still to be confirmed. If you would like to be a part of the audience and put your questions to the panel then please visit HERE
  24. Illegal Tobacco Seized During On 17th January 2018, a Multi Agency Task Force carried out search warrants on premises operating as 'mini markets' in Eign Gate Hereford and Drapers Lane, Leominster. Multi Agency Task Force of Trading Standards, Police, Fire Service and Immigration in action! Tobacco was secreted within very sophisticated and specifically made devices. These pieces of criminal ingenuity were quickly 'deconstructed' by a crew from Hfd Fire Station! Assisted by a specialist trained tobacco sniffer dog, numerous 'stashes' of illicit tobacco were located. The tobacco was secreted within very sophisticated and specifically made devices operated by hydraulic remote control drawers and lifts, said PC Duncan Reynolds, from Hereford Harm Reduction unit. In total 1,920 packets of fake and non-duty paid tobacco was seized along with 132 packets of hand rolling tobacco. This equates to approximately 33,000 cigarettes and £15,000 duty evasion. Four people were arrested during the raids for various offences and questioned by enforcement officers from several agencies. One person was identified as being illegally in the UK. The investigation is ongoing as enquiries continue. added Mr Reynolds. The public are requested to pass any information with regard to the sale of illicit tobacco to either the Police, Trading Standards or Crimestoppers. This information can be passed anonymously and will help to build the intelligence around this highly organised form of offending.
  25. On Monday 29th January, 5.30 - 7pm Hereford BID members are invited to attend a parking meeting to discuss/ reflect and hear about the parking situation in Hereford. Many businesses have been touched by the changes made to waiting times/ meters introduced whilst both publicly and behind the scenes HBID have been constantly working on your behalf to ensure your views are heard and that we have a parking system that attracts visitors and shoppers. For more information and to download the monthly parking vouchers go here feel free to sign our petition here
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