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  1. Today, Tuesday 16 March, our Chief Constable, Anthony Bangham, has announced his decision to retire in September of this year after 30 years in policing. Mr Bangham joined West Mercia Police in 1991 as a Police Constable in Redditch. He has worked his way through the ranks, spending the last five years as Chief Constable.He said: Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion said:
  2. Here is one of our favourite exclusive photographs of Hereford Cathedral from our archive. We have not seen such a spectacular photograph of our Hereford Cathedral as this one in a long time! #herefordvoice #hereford #herefordshire
  3. When Mayor of Hereford, Kath Hey, was invited to join the independent Town’s Fund board, she welcomed the chance to work towards an ambitious vision where Hereford’s unique rural heritage would complement sustainable future development. The Towns Fund board, called #StrongerHereford, is made up of local leaders, businesses and communities who have put forward a bid for £25 million to Central Government. The bid was the culmination of months of extensive engagement with people across Hereford and it was instrumental for the City Council to be part of that process to ensure a strategic and
  4. The Knife Angel Hereford team is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a £10,000 grant from The National Lottery Community Fund. Alison Davies and Meryl Cain are joint leaders of the KAH Team bringing the Knife Angel to Hereford, Alison said: Plans are progressing well to bring the Knife Angel to Hereford Cathedral this summer. In the event dates have to be adjusted in line with Public Health England’s advice, further announcements will be made. Throughout its time in the city, people will be able to visit the Knife Angel (socially distanced or as required by C
  5. Cabinet Member - Finance and Corporate Services - Councillor Liz Harvey has agreed to be put under the spotlight to answer your questions in the second series of our 'exclusive' Q & A 'Councillor Sessions'. #herefordvoice #hfdvcs
  6. Max and Simon in the Masons' Yard (2019) Simon Hudson, of Hudson Stonework Ltd based in the Cathedral Close, has been awarded 'The Master Craftsman Certificate' by The Worshipful Company of Masons in 2021. Simon in the Masons' Yard With over two decades of working as stone mason and carver in Herefordshire, Simon’s work can be seen not just at Hereford Cathedral but also many churches and heritage sites within the county and further afield. Hudson Stonework Ltd has been a resident of the Cathedral Close for ten years and its location means that the art of this traditional
  7. Last night at 21.55 a meteor was captured by many cameras and dash cams across the UK. We receieved many reports from across Herefordshire as well as people hearing a loud bang The UK Meteor Network captured this spectacular footage of the meteor entering the atmosphere on their own camera.
  8. The council's public realm contract for providing services includes highways, public rights of way, parks and open spaces, street cleaning and street lighting. Balfour Beatty were awarded the contract in 2013 and the procurement for the contract set out to achieve the following objectives: 🔸Ensuring our roads, public open spaces and streets are accessible, safe, clean and well-maintained 🔸Maintaining the delivery of essential services 🔸Achieving value for money, facilitated by process improvement and transparency through open book accounting 🔸Achieving service delivery
  9. Herefordshire Council’s project provides new state of the art facilities for pupils and staff at Marlbrook Primary School New state of the art facilities opened for pupils and staff at Marlbrook Primary School at Green Croft this week following a £6 million investment project by Herefordshire Council. The council funded sustainable scheme has provided six new classrooms, a new hall and a special hygiene and physio room. The school has also benefited from new netball courts and improvements to the car parking area. Local company, Morgan Sindall Construction, were contracted by the c
  10. Hereford City Council approved a grant of £1,510.38 for Hereford Canoe Club, which will go towards purchasing another two canoes for use of the club’s members. Hereford Youth Canoe Club is a voluntary club providing boat-loads of positive paddle-sport opportunities for the young people of Herefordshire. Vic Gamage, representing the Canoe Club, explained to City Councillors that the application covered the costs of two canoes large enough for their teenage members; the existing canoes simply cannot support the members and larger ones are needed. The Canoe Club has unfortuna
  11. We have received a number of reports in the past few days advising that us that people were having problems trying to use Beryl Bikes in Hereford. We have been informed that both Wednesday and early yesterday morning there was a connectivity issue with Beryl Bikes in the city however, we have been assured by the team at Beryl that everything is now back to normal. In an email to us this morning Jack from Beryl Bikes wrote: #herefordvoice #herefordnews #hereford
  12. I have been a member here for a long time and I think it only right that we give credit where credit is due. As a collective HV and the members here have achieved many good things over the years and I think we should start to list them in recognition of all the hard work put it. Please forgive me because I can only think of a few that stand out, notably the hot food campaign and the cctv on the gww. Then there was the grass cutting petition and the working boys home and off course the keep clear road making on the Belmont roundabout. Let's all start listing these results. Successfu
  13. Hereford planning department have today approved planning with conditions for the replacement of existing Scout Hall, Stores, Sheds and Shipping Containers with new Scout Hall, which includes garages and stores. Covering letter in support of the plans Scouts’ Corner "Rebuilding the heart of our community" What we do We are Scouts South Marches, working across the majority of Herefordshire, part of the UK’s biggest mixed youth organisation. As Scouts, we believe in preparing young people with skills for life. We bring communities together and contribute to societ
  14. The college wrote today: This is brilliant news and we at Hereford Voice would like to extend our thanks and gratitude to all the staff and people involved in this monumentous task. Photographs courtesy of Hereford Sixth Form College #herefordvoice #herefordnews #positivehereford
  15. Keep supporting local & find Herefordshire businesses offering delivery or click & collect services during lockdown on the Herefordshire Council interactive map here It's quick & easy to use & open for any businesses to add their details. #positivehereford
  16. See a megaphone 📣 think Hereford Voice 📢 We love 💖❤️ our city and county and we like to shout about it and promote everything positive. It's all too easy to moan but we are privileged to live in such a beautiful part of the World. We will continue to promote local business and encourage people to visit Hereford and Herefordshire. Join us and 'BE POSITIVE' about this fabulous city of ours. 👉 'Positive Hereford'
  17. The Formula One World Champion had been honoured with a knighthood and many awards have gone to people who have been recognised for their part in helping the nation cope with the coronavirus crisis this year. Public figures including DJ Craig David and actress Sheila Hancock have also been honoured. 📸 Motor Sport Magazine Local people recognised include Hugh Maclean VERNON for services to the community in Eardisland, Herefordshire. Catherine Jean LINDESAY for services to the community in Clifford, Herefordshire. David Fraser OWEN for services to Scouting. Ge
  18. A Wallaby was spotted hoping around during the snowfall last night in Breinton Hereford. Our friend and local resident Crispin Abel got in touch and said he could not believe his eyes and wrote on his Facebook page; Hereford is a fabulous City and always full of surprises! And there is nothing better than a happy and positive story to start the day..
  19. The driver of the Volkswagen that was involved in a collision with a Monmouthshire Council gritting lorry over the weekend has written to us saying he cannot believe he is still alive! Billy Gurney was travelling near Grosmont when the accident happened. He wrote Billy later explained to us today what had happened.. In an exclusive interview with Hereford Voice today the driver of the Volkswagen which was involved in a collision with a Monmouthshire Council gritter lorry over the weekend said William (Billy) Gurney explained to us today what had happened..
  20. Hereford 1642 is a free project created by Jack Hodges about the city of Hereford England. The city has been rebuilt using Unreal Engine 4 so that you can now explore on foot or horse back this magnificent city. The Model has been made to be as accurate as possible using old maps from that period and other models and paintings so that the city you explore is as close as can be to the period. Historically Accurate Built using maps ,models, painting and etchings of the town during the 17th century. Come and see the Cathedral of Hereford with its spire and west tower
  21. The New Year will soon be upon us, so I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a 'Happy New Year' and thank you for your continued support and feedback. It has been a challenging year for many people so let us hope that 2021 is better for us all. Regards Colin
  22. Good luck to our lovely friend Laura over at Hey, Honey who will be opening her new store in Church Street Hereford in January 2021 in the meantime, you can still find this fabulous honey shop in Capuchin Yard and also online here
  23. Crews from Hereford Fire Station attended a car fire on Westfaling Street, Hereford during the early hours.
  24. Campaign: Yet another RTC on the A49 near Moreton on Lugg today. This is the third accident in less than a week! This follows another RTC on the A49 near Leominster on Boxing Day after a collision between car and fuel tanker. A man was taken to hospital only last Tuesday (22nd) following another RTC. There was also an accident on the 14th of December north bound at Dinmore and and accident where a vehicle ended upside down in a ditch at the end of November. There have been many more accidents over the years in the accident hotspot. Hereford Voice is calling
  25. The MHRA, the UK drug regulator, has given approval to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to be used for immunization on British soil. The formula is the second one given the green light in the country. The first doses due to be given out to people from Monday 4th January 2021 amid rising coronavirus cases. The UK has ordered 100 million doses - enough to vaccinate 50 million people.
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