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  1. Community | Belmont Parish Councillors and Herefordshire County Councillor Tracy Bowes, have been up early this morning planting 500 bluebell bulbs, daffodils and trees on Jubilee Field in Belmont. They still have lots of daffodils and snowdrops to plant. Well done to everyone involved. 👏
  2. Well done to Belmont Rural Parish Council and Herefordshire County Councillor Tracy Bowes, for spending today sprucing up Benjamin Park in Belmont. Before After Councillor Tracy Bowes approached the Parish Council asking if they would fund the purchase of paint, wood and bark to revitalise the play area. The parish council approved the request and Tracy and several of the parish councillors, together with Benjamin’s mum, and the locality steward from Balfour Beatty, gave up their free time today to paint and replace play bark and wood. A big thank you to everyone involved, including parish councillors, Adrian Bridges, Colin Warne, Phil Rudd, Amy bridges, Julie Furniss, Neil Hooper, Des Parish and County Councillor Tracy Bowes. A big thank you to Natalie from Bblp and her partner Max, who also helped. Great community and great team work 👏
  3. Good to see support from the manager at McDonalds Belmont however, litter has to be down to their customers not the restaurant... The traffic is a real issue in both directions when they are busy and this needs to be addressed before there is an accident.
  4. The previous bridge had completely rotted away but this new bridge near Canterbury Close is superb, credit where credit is due. Thank you to Parish Councillors Adrian Bridges, Colin Warne and Phil Rudd with much needed help from Bert.
  5. If you're living in the Belmont area and are wondering what the huge crane is being used for this morning, it is for the new installation of a 16 metre phase 8 pole with wrap around cabinet built around the base with new equipment cabinets and ancillary development for EE and HG3 on the land adjacent to Tesco Belmont.
  6. The new timber walkway construction on the embankment of Belmont Pools (to improve the safety of pedestrians/cyclists across the causeway) has now been completed and looks fabulous! We originally broke this story back in April on our Facebook Page here but forgot to add it to our forums, so here are the photographs we took at the time.
  7. Does anyone have any history on the Belmont Pools? There are more than two, if you walk through the woods there were always a few other smaller pools although there only appears to be one small one now, so 3 in total. Do we know who owns them or who owns the land etc?... We have received any enquiry from a local Herefordian who is interested in the history so any information or old photographs would be appreciated.
  8. Tesco will be relaxing some of their social distancing measures from tomorrow. The store will be removing the one way system in the aisles and all arrow floor stickers will be removed with some being replaced with occasional 'Keep Your Distance' stickers. Tesco feel now is the time to improve the ease of shop across their stores and also remove the need for staff to what are sometimes, difficult conversations with customers. We understand that other measures will also be relaxed similar to that now in place at the Ledbury store, where door staff will no longer be restricting customer numbers entering the store, customers will also need to clean their own shopping trolleys. B&Q have also removed the need to have a trolley when entering their store in Hereford and customers are also required to clean their own trolley, if one is required. Sanitisers and cloths will still be provided.
  9. I have not fished the lake for probably nearly 30 years. I have started fishing again. Are there any fish left in them?
  10. McDonalds Drive-Thru Reopening Next Week. 🍔🍟🥤 We have been reliably informed that the Belmont Road 'Drive-Thru' could reopen from as early as Monday or Tuesday, initially offering a limited menu. This follows the news that KFC will reopen in Hereford next Wednesday. Have you missed your fast food in Hereford and which is your favourite?
  11. LIne Dancing Hereford still going strong. Join us on Monday 7.15 until 9.15 at Northholme Community Centre Beginners to improvers, phone 01432870383
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    Community Fun Day - Wednesday 22nd August 2018
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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.
  15. Police have had reports of people trying to open van doors in the Belmont area overnight. Please make sure your vehicles are secured and valubles removed.
  16. A large police presence has been gathering this evening along the riverbanks. The river is being searched and the helicopter has provided assistance. This could be in relation to the search for the two missing people. A body has been recovered from the river. It is believed to be that of Ashley George who went missing on Thursday.
  17. Driving along Haywood Lane I noticed someone has dumped a whole load of rubbish and clothing down the side of the embankment next to the railway tunnel. There is a huge amount there as you can see from these photographs.
  18. 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?
  19. 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.
  20. Plans have been submitted for the refurbishment of the McDonald's restaurant on Belmont Road Hereford to include the construction of extensions, reconfiguration of car park and kerb lines to accommodate the new drive thru lane layout. The installation of a new patio awning over the external seating area. The relocation of the pedestrian crossing and the reinstatement of the third Grill bay. Application P174726/AM
  21. 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.
  22. BAKERY chain Greggs will be opening their latest store in Hereford over the next few days. The new branch is located at 109-111 Belmont Road, next to the existing Domino's and aims to attract new and existing customers in South Wye Hereford.
  23. I attended the BRPC Meeting last night at the Northolme Community Centre. During the public participation I asked if we could have at least 3 salt/grit bins for Glastonbury Close. One to be situated at the top of the close near Sydwall Road, another at the bottom of Glastonbury Close situated in the turning point on the final bend and the 3rd positioned near to the open space at the very end. Last Winter I drove to Tesco and collected grit on a few occasions and gritted the whole of the close from top to bottom as it is like an ice rink when the temperatures fall below zero. Over the years I have seen the bin lorry struggle and slide like you would not believe as well as vans and cars. I remember seeing some yellow bins some years back but they have since disappeared. I will also write to the clerk to request a few additional bins in and around Belmont too.
  24. 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.
  25. 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
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