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  1. All Nurses are Super Heroes in our book. Happy #InternationalNursesDay #NursesWeek
  2. A Special Tribute to the Special Air Service on this 75th VE Day We thought we would create something to end this national day of celebration with a tribute to honour our local boys here in Hereford
  3. On VE Day, 8 May 1945, King George VI expressed his relief that the war on the continent had come to an end in a speech to the nation, delivered from a bomb-damaged Buckingham Palace. The King's Speech #LestWeForget
  4. Today is the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day or 'VE Day' when the Allies formally accepted Germany’s surrender, marking a significant date towards the end of the Second World War. These were some of the newspaper headlines from that special day; Daily Mail Daily Mirror Daily Telegraph Daily Express Photographs courtesy of the Press Gazette
  5. On International Firefighters Day Hereford Voice take this opportunity to salute Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service and every other firefighter around the world, these are the brave, courageous and fearless heroes who save millions of lives every year. These people go head-on into situations that everyone else is running from. Thank you for your service and 'May the 4th be with you'
  6. The Hereford May Fair has taken place for over 900 years! The first weekend of May is when we usually see all the showman's vehicles pulling up into Hereford. Hereford’s Mayfair has been with us since the 12th Century and it was originally known as St Ethelbert’s Fair and started back in 1121 and a street fair has been held in the city ever since. Every year the streets are closed off in the city centre and the thrilling rides and stalls with all their lights, music, food and prizes open for this three day annual street extravaganza. Unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus pandemic both The Hereford and Leominster May Fair events for 2020 have been cancelled. Will you miss this Hereford tradition? Here are some fabulous historic photographs of our May Fair together with some Pathe film circa 1920-1929 Billy Stevens Glamour Parade 1955 photograph courtesy of Derek Evans Studio Hereford King Street photograph courtesy of P Watts and Old Hereford Pics Photograph courtesy of Walter Pritcard and Old Hereford Pics
  7. Once again it's Thursday and at 8pm tonight, we will express our solidarity and full support for our front line workers from our doorsteps. Please join us in a 'round of applause' and saucepan tapping for ALL our NHS heroes, carers and key workers #HerefordVoice #Herefordshire #ClapForOurCarers
  8. Happy 100th Birthday Colonel Tom Moore. The veteran's big day will also be marked with a flypast by a Spitfire and a Hurricane over his Bedfordshire home. He has also received thousands of cards including that special one from Her Majesty The Queen. The war hero has been appointed as the first Honorary Colonel of the Army Foundation College Harrogate for his birthday. This incredible man has raised over £30m by walking laps of his garden and has also broken two Guinness World Records along the way. He is the oldest person ever to have a No.1 single in the UK charts and the veteran has raised the most money ever as an individual with his charity walk, which has captured the nations hearts. Well done Sir!
  9. Hereford River Carnival have announced their decision to postpone this year's event and move it from May to September 4. A message on their Facebook Page:
  10. Stadium Fest has been postponed with a new proposed date - Bank Holiday Sunday August 30. The Edgar Street event was originally due to take place in May and has now been postponed due to the continued Covid-19 pandemic. In a statement the organisers have said; Tickets purchased are valid for the new date and refunds can be made via the ticket provider for those that can’t make the new date
  11. ‘Hereford Free Week’ to celebrate Beryl Bikes success In just the first month after launching its hybrid bike share scheme in the cathedral city, Beryl’s distinctive green bikes have been cycled well over 8,000km in Hereford. To celebrate this success, Beryl and Herefordshire Council are bringing riders a free week of trips across the city. Funded by a grant from the Department of Transport, all rides ending in a Beryl Bay will be free of charge from Monday 9th to Sunday 15 of September. “Hereford Free Week” will enable more residents and visitors to choose a more environmentally-friendly means of transport. Beryl CEO Phillip Ellis says, Cllr John Harrington, Cabinet Member for Infrastructure and Transport at Herefordshire Council, expects the Hereford Free Week to encourage even more people to hop on a Beryl bike for commuting or leisure rides. Beryl’s hybrid bike share is an innovative scheme where its bikes, that are available to hire through the Beryl app, can be picked up and dropped off in marked ‘Beryl Bays’. Riders have a payment choice of Pay-As-You-Ride (£1 unlock fee + 5p per minute), Minute Bundles (no unlock fee and bundles starting at 100 minutes for £5) or Day Passes (24 hours of unlimited riding for £12). Once their ride is complete, users simply close the lock on the bike to complete their ride and make it available for the next person to use. For more information on Beryl, please visit beryl.cc.
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    Stadium Music Festival proudly presents 2 Days of Music across the May Bank holiday weekend, bringing you the very best in Pop, Dance and Live Bands for a Family Friendly Music Festival across 2 Days. FLASHBACK 90’s/00’s will be hosting Saturday 25th May CLUBLAND will be hosting Sunday 26th May. The event will run both days from 1pm until 11pm with over 30 artists performing over the duration of the weekend. Initial ticket details are listed below with headline artist details to be released over the next few days. VIP Tickets will have access to a VIP Bar, VIP Seating, Meet and Greet with the artists and Queue Jump. Early Bird Ticket Prices are on sale now and are as follows: Saturday FLASHBACK 90s/00s Standard Ticket £20 VIP Ticket (including afterparty) £25 Under 16 £10 Family Ticket £50 (2 adults/2 children) Sunday CLUBLAND Standard Ticket £20 VIP Ticket (including afterparty) £25 Under 16 £10 Family Ticket £50 (2 adults/2 children) Dual Ticket (both days) Weekend Ticket £30 VIP Weekend Ticket (including afterparty) £40 Tickets on Sale now: http://skiddle.com/e/13486482 Website: www.stadiummusicfestival.com Act Announcements are coming in Fast!! We have a Huge line up for the people of Hereford
  13. We are officially opening our information centre with special guest from Hereford Cathedral. Drop by and find out more about Brockington House, new residential, nursing and dementia care home opening in Hereford. www.dormycare.co.uk
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    Christmas Concert at Belmont Community Centre Hereford
  15. Hereford Voice

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    If you want to feel fantastic throughout pregnancy while developing strength and flexibility, this yoga class is perfect for you. In a supportive environment that welcomes everyone, I offer a flowing form of pregnancy yoga that will leave you more confident and physically powerful as you move through each stage of pregnancy which is why my classes are purposefully dynamic to build strength and to make you feel active during this vital and magical time. You’ll feel calmer, sleep better and be more emotionally prepared for new motherhood, with huge benefits to both you and your baby. The poses and sequences I use will enhance your pregnancy experience by improving your breathing, posture and creating a sense of greater space for your growing baby. Poses will also help with optimal fetal positioning (OFP), which is something you’ll be thankful for when you go into labour. The classes are designed for students of all levels and at all stages of pregnancy. You’ll also find them a great way to expand your pregnancy support network and to exchange information with other women at the same life stage. Booking Essential - Book on by calling 07543165665 or Email us at admin@therealbirthcompanyltd.com https://www.therealbirthstudio.com
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    Nozstock The Hidden Valley 2019 Tickets available from www.nozstock.com
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  18. Learn to Line Dance with Step-In-Time Line Dancing Herefordshire. Qualified BWDA & UKDC Instructor. Modern line dance classes in Hereford and Leominster. The venues are Fridays - Saxon Hall Hereford and Mondays - Lion Ballroom Leominster. All classes run from 8pm-10pm and cost £5. Beginner level dances are taught in the first hour with improver / intermediate levels from 9pm-10pm. We dance to all types of music from Country to Pop, Latin to Irish and anything in between. All levels and abilities are accommodated. No previous dance experience is necessary. We even cater for those of you with 2 left feet - yes you can still dance! If you have not danced for a few years (or more) why not come back, refresh the steps and learn some new dances. If you have never danced before, come along and see what you're missing out on. Open to all ages - children to be accompanied by an adult. No booking required, just turn up and have fun. See attached poster for more details. Advertisement - penguins - Revised Oct 18 double-sided.pdf
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    Community Fun Day - Wednesday 22nd August 2018
  20. Hereford duck Pond Day - Sunday 7th October 9am-3pm We will continue to paint the remainder of the metal fence, put up two new signs and generally clean up the surrounding area to include weeding and clearing over grown bushes etc. Please bring garden tools and garden bags etc like last time. We will try and arrange refreshments again, I am sure that Castle House Hereford will help out, they have always been excellent.
  21. Step-In-Time Line Dancing Herefordshire has launched. Learn to line dance with a qualified UKDC Instructor. New modern line dance classes have started in Hereford and Leominster. The venues are Fridays - Saxon Hall Hereford and Mondays - Lion Ballroom Leominster. All classes run from 8pm-10pm and cost £5. Beginner level dances are taught in the first hour with improver / intermediate levels from 9pm-10pm. We dance to all types of music from Country to Pop, Latin to Irish and anything in between. All levels and abilities are accommodated. No previous dance experience is necessary. If you have not danced for a few years (or more) why not come back, refresh the steps and learn some new dances. Open to all ages but children have to be accompanied by an adult at all times. No booking required, just turn up and have fun. See attached poster for more details. Step-In-Time Line Dancing Advertisement.pdf
  22. Open Day - Herefordshire Light Infantry Museum
  23. The Three Choirs Festival has begun in Hereford and is a week-long programme of choral and orchestral concerts, cathedral services, solo and chamber music recitals, masterclasses, talks, theatre, exhibitions and walks, rotating each summer between the beautiful English cathedral cities of Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester. It is the oldest non-competitive classical music festival in the world, which celebrated its 300th anniversary in 2015. At the heart of the modern festival are the large-scale evening concerts featuring the Three Choirs Festival Chorus and the Philharmonia Orchestra, which has been resident at the festival since 2012. The main festival’s packed schedule of daytime events is augmented by a community programme which varies slightly in style in each city. The Three Choirs Festival is run by dedicated voluntary committees in Hereford, Worcester and Gloucester, supported by a small professional management team based at the Three Choirs Festival Association’s office in Gloucester. The Three Choirs Festival, which was first held in 1715, is probably the oldest music festival in the world. The Festival is held in turn in one of the three cathedral cities of Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester. This year the Festival takes place between 28 July and 4 August and, by rotation, it will be hosted by the cathedral and city of Hereford. Click HERE for tickets and more details.
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