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  1. Wishing you all a happy and peaceful Boxing Day
  2. Merry Christmas to all our lovely members and friends, have a fabulous day.
  3. A motorist has crashed their car through a wall and into the cider press on Whitecross Road this morning. The are no reports of any injuries.
  4. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service water rescues teams from across the two counties have rescued 44 people from their vehicles, caught out by the rising floodwaters, further crews have assisted homeowners with serious flooding effecting electrics and giving advice. Please adhere to any 'road closure' signage.
  5. A busy night for Hereford Police with 3 x arrests for drink drive and 2 x arrests for drink and drug drive. West Mercia Police supporting the NPCC drink/drug drive campaign.
  6. A West Mercia Police Specials Officer came across an RTC last night outside Leominster, minutes after it happened. The driver lost control going too fast through the flood water. It is important to slow down and be extremely cautious in this weather!
  7. The Covid-19 pandemic has caused uncertainty for future funding so the council has to prepare to make savings. Be part of the conversation and let Hereford Council know your priorities on council services next year by visiting here
  8. Mark Chilman, 51, from Pencombe, Bromyard, has been charged with murder & remanded to Kidderminster Magistrates’ Court to appear tomorrow (Thursday 17 December). He was charged in relation to an incident that occurred in Cotheridge, Worcestershire, on Saturday 12 December. A 27-year-old man remains in custody.
  9. Keith Brown, aged 55, from Blakes Lane, Guarlford in Malvern, was sentenced today (Wednesday 16 December) at Worcester Crown Court, to 10 years and 8 months in prison extended for 3 years to serve on licence for raping an 83 year old woman in her home. Brown pleaded guilty on Monday 14 September to the rape which happened in the early hours of Thursday 13 August. He was also given a restraining order not to contact the victim for life. Detective Inspector Tony Garner said: "This was a despicable offence on an elderly and defenceless victim. Following the report of the incident w
  10. Agreement enhances trade facilitation and security cooperation LONDON - The United States and the United Kingdom concluded a Customs Mutual Assistance Agreement (CMAA) today to further enhance bilateral efforts to secure and facilitate lawful trade. U.S. Ambassador Robert Wood Johnson and The Rt. Hon. Jesse Norman, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, signed the agreement in London. U.S. Ambassador Robert Wood Johnson and The Rt. Hon. Jesse Norman, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, signed the agreement in London. “The United Kingdom has been an indispensable trade partner of
  11. Joe William Stafford pleaded guilty to being over the legal limit with 89 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath (legal limit is 35) when he appeared before magistrates in Hereford this week. Police were called after receiving reports that a motorist had driven the wrong way along a one-way street and had crashed into the Central Bakery in Leominster before fleeing the scene back in November which we reported here. We have been advised that Mr Stafford had sent the bakery and a letter of apology along with a cheque for £500. Magistrates in Hereford disqualified
  12. International singer Feargal Sharkey most widely known as the lead vocalist of punk band The Undertones in the 1970s and 1980s, and for solo works in the 1980s and 1990s has condemned the recent work carried out along the banks of the River Lugg in Herefordshire and has urged the Environment Agency and others to prosecute the perpetrator in a Tweet. In another Tweet, Sharkey challenges the Environment Agency (Midlands) asking them why didn't they act after the were alerted to the work that was taking place at the River Lugg. Environmental campaigning Sharkey is a lif
  13. Herefordshire Wildlife Trust have highlighted this destruction to a section of the River Lugg, in Herefordshire. One of the most beautiful and important rivers in the UK, has been intentionally destroyed over a stretch of approximately 1.5km with huge repercussions for wildlife downstream. Herefordshire Wildlife Trust has discovered that the river and its banks have been bulldozed, straightened and reprofiled into a sterile canal, with all bankside and riverside habitats completely obliterated. The Lugg flows from its source in Powys through Herefordshire before meeting t
  14. Instead Herefordshire Council leaders have opted for an eastern river crossing between Rotherwas and Ledbury Road, with more investment for walking, cycling and public transport. A new river bridge for Hereford are you in favour of this option?
  15. Crews from Peterchurch Fire Station were called to attend reports of unattended fire near Madley this morning, on arrival appeared to be more than one that had been lit. Fires extinguished using 1 hose reel jet and raking out due to proximity of nearby gas tanks. Advice given to owner
  16. LUXURY ACCOMODATION TO GIVE A WELCOME BOOST TO LOCAL ECONOMY “Next to agriculture, tourism is one of the biggest revenue generators for the county.” Says local businessman Luke Conod. “Hotels, guest houses, B&Bs, bars, pubs, restaurants, shops and attractions all rely on visitors to the area spending money with their businesses.” Luke and business partner Byron Campbell are doing their bit to encourage visitors back to the county having invested heavily in a major refurbishment of the Swan Inn at Letton. The doors of the 17th Century coaching inn are to re-open imminen
  17. At around 3.30pm yesterday (Sunday 22 November) we received reports of a serious collision on Church Street, Bromyard involving a car and a pedestrian. A 10-year-old girl was injured in the collision and transported to hospital. She remains in hospital with potentially life changing injuries. The collision resulted in the closure of Church Street, which then remained closed for several hours. If you witnessed the incident, have dashcam footage or have any information that can help officers with their enquiries, please contact the officer in the case, PC Lee Palmer on 07970864
  18. Crews from Ewyas Harold Fire Station were called today to a house fire at Broad Oak, Hereford. Six appliances from Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Serviceand two from South Wales Fire and Rescue Service were at the seen along with supporting officers and the water carrier. The fire damaged the ground floor, first floor and roof area of the property. 9mtr ladders were used at the back and front of the property to gain access to the roof crews had to remove a proportion of the roofing materials. Relief crews remain at the scene this evening. Thankfully no pers
  19. Historical Hereford | Mead & Tomkinson Hereford. This iconic garage was on many photographs and postcards back in the day. Old Hereford Pics archive
  20. Competition: We think it's about time that we gave our Hereford Bull Statue a name! 🐃 So come on folks, start suggesting names for him and next weekend we will compile a short list of all the favourite names listed below. 👇 So if you like one of the names suggested by someone please 'REPEAT' that name in your comment below. 👇 Once we have a short list of names, we will run a poll on our website for a week and finally come up with a winning name! (all unofficially of course, but if it's good enough maybe we can persuade the Council to make it official! Who knows) We wi
  21. Exclusive Breaking News: We rang Cllr Harrington this afternoon to get an update on the Emergency Active Travel Measures and to ask him if there were any changes in the pipeline. He said that following on meeting with City and County Cllrs that was agreed at Full Council and after feedback from the BiD, businesses and taxi drivers he made the following changes last week. These orders were agreed last week but take 8 days to make and will take effect from this Saturday. 🔹The Old Bridge will be open northbound from Saturday to licensed Hackney Carriages like it is for buses bec
  22. Traffic Lights: We have campaigned for many years to 'trial' turning off some of the traffic lights in Hereford. The main problem we have witnessed is the Asda junction where the A465 Belmont Road meets the A49 Ross Road. As we have always said, when these lights are out of action and you will of heard our slogan many times - 'THE TRAFFIC JUST FLOWS' when the lights are out however, while we wait in anticipation for a possible trial, they could at least change some of the traffic lights to 'Part-Time' between say 7pm-7am, similar to those that have been successful for years in Gloucester.
  23. Statement from Herefordshire Council strongly rejects the Prime Minister’s comments that ‘too many care homes didn't really follow the procedures in the way that they could have’. Read the full statement from Herefordshire Council in response to the Prime Minister’s recent comments regarding care homes. Herefordshire Council strongly rejects the Prime Minister’s comments that ‘too many care homes didn't really follow the procedures in the way that they could have’. Cabinet Member for Adults & Wellbeing, Councillor Pauline Crockett, said:
  24. We are absolutely thrilled and excited to announce today that we have joined teams and created a new partnership with our brilliant friends over at Old Hereford Pics. The original Old Hereford Pics was established by local Herefordian, Chris Adcocks way back in 2008. The aim of their websites was to give a different look at Old Hereford with new and old pictures of its people, its buildings, its businesses and events from over the years and in Chris's words to offer After much deliberation Chris announced that due to family commitments and not having the hours to keep up w
  25. Can no one at Balfour Beatty and our councillors see the state of our urban roads in the city which are now getting out of hand. When the use of a garden hoe along the kerb would have removed most weeds we are now in a position that the weeds are so established that the only way to treat them would be with herbicides which in turn cause pollution. So the only answer appears to be is do nothing and our streets on our estates take on the appearance of an outback town - the only thing missing is tumbleweed. Together with the inability to get on top of the litter and fly tipping problems and block
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