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  1. I have just seen this refusal for advertising at Hfc. THE COUNTY OF HEREFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL hereby gives notice in pursuance of the above Act and Regulations that CONSENT has been REFUSED for the display of the advertisements described above for the following reasons: 1 The proposed location of the hoardings next to a busy section of road, which also features signalised junctions and pedestrian crossing points, is considered inappropriate owing to the potential for advertisements to distract driver's attention. The proposals would therefore have a detrimental impact on highway safety and are thus contrary to Policy MT1 of the Herefordshire Local Plan and Section 7 of the NPPF. So how come it was OK for the advertising on Newmarket roundabout ?
  2. Herefordshire Council has completed the lease of Edgar Street stadium to Hereford FC. The ten year lease will secure the club’s tenancy at the Edgar Street stadium until 2030, enabling the club to proceed with plans to return the ground to a four-sided stadium. Left to right Ken Kinnersley and Council Harry Bramer The wider area has undergone substantial redevelopment in the last four years, with the opening of the Old Market shopping development in 2014 and the construction of the City Link Road in 2017. The proposed ‘Urban Village’ project, part of the Hereford 2020 Edgar Street regeneration, could potentially mean joint investment from Herefordshire Council and Hereford FC for a new stand and facilities at the Blackfriars Street side of the stadium, with the opportunity for nearby retail outlets. Councillor Harry Bramer, Herefordshire Council Cabinet Member for Contracts and Assets, said: Hereford FC Chairman Ken Kinnersley said:
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    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.
  4. 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
  5. Club’s tenancy at Edgar Street stadium secured for 10 years Hereford Football Club has signed an agreement with Herefordshire Council (dated 19 December 2017), which will secure the club’s tenancy at the Edgar Street stadium for a further 10 years. The extended lease - which can be triggered by the club - will allow for future development of the club’s stadium as part of a wider area that is set to further improve following the opening of the Old Market shopping development and the construction of the new City Link Road. The proposed ‘Urban Village’ project, part of the Hereford 2020 Edgar Street regeneration, could potentially mean a new stand and associated facilities to return the ground to a four-sided stadium, as well as more retail outlets nearby. Hereford FC signs new lease (l-r) Councillor Harry Bramer and Hereford FC Chairman Ken Kinnersley Speaking today, Hereford FC’s Chairman Ken Kinnersley said: Councillor Harry Bramer, Cabinet Member for Contracts and Assets said:
  6. Extended lease for Hereford FC. Herefordshire Council and Hereford Football Club have negotiated an extended lease term which will assure Hereford FC’s tenancy for a minimum of 10 years from the commencement date. The club’s stadium and surrounding area continue to improve following the opening of the new shopping development and the construction of the new City Link Road. There is also an opportunity for the redevelopment of the Blackfriars Terrace end, as part of the proposed ‘Urban Village’ project. This would mean a new spectator stand and facilities, alongside other retail outlets, and would see the stadium being returned to four sides.
  7. What was the linesman doing the day the Google satellite passed over??
  8. A new pop up shop to celebrate Hereford Football Club's success at reaching the Final of the FA Vase at Wembley in May opens at The Old Market shopping centre in Hereford tomorrow - Wednesday April 20th.
  9. The Bulls are only 90 minutes away from the FA Vase final at Wembley, with the 2ND leg of their semi final with Salisbury tomorrow, and 1-0 up. Would be a marvelous achievement if they get there, and I feel like a kid on Christmas Eve, can't wait for Saturday to come!!
  10. Hereford Football Club are off to Wembley in the FA Vase Final! Well done lads down to 10 men in the end. Well deserved and a great boost for the club. Good luck in the Final on Sunday 22nd May
  11. On Saturday 7 November, the day before Remembrance Sunday, Hereford FC will entertain Rocester in the Midland Football League at Edgar Street. As a mark of respect, and to show support for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal, the players will be wearing a special set of playing shirts on the day that have a poppy printed on the chest, just above the logo of our main sponsor, Jewson. These shirts are a one off and each player will then sign their shirt after the game. Once signed, club kitman, Roger Lloyd, will collect all the shirts together and each one will be auctioned online in the next few weeks, with all the money raised being donated to the Poppy Appeal in Herefordshire. Speaking about this fundraising initiative, Hereford FC’s Commercial Manager, Chris Ammonds, said: ‘As a club were very keen to show support for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal in the county and this seems a fantastic way of doing this. ‘It also gives our supporters an opportunity to secure a unique piece of Hereford FC memorabilia as these shirts will be worn only once and each one will be signed by the player who wears it on the day. ‘In the days after the game the shirts will then be placed on EBay and each will be sold to the highest bidder. ‘We feel it is vital this club makes a contribution within the local community and therefore every single penny that is successfully bid for each shirt will be donated to support the Poppy Appeal in Herefordshire. ‘We hope that our fantastic supporters dig deep in an attempt to get their hands on these unique items – I’m sure everyone agrees that the more money we can all help raise the better.’ Sarah Jones, Community Fundraiser for the Royal British Legion in Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, said: ‘As covering Community Fundraiser for Herefordshire, it is great to see the lengths that people will go to, to support The Royal British Legion. ‘Hereford Football Club has been a pleasure to work with and I would like to personally thank the club for supporting Herefordshire in their Poppy Appeal for 2015/16. ‘I look forward to seeing the unique shirts being worn by the team and seeing how much money can be raised for the Poppy Appeal when they are auctioned.’ As well as wearing the limited edition shirts during the Rocester game, the Territorial Army have been invited to join the Guard of Honour as the teams take to the field on Saturday 7 November. In addition, on Tuesday 10 November, when Hereford FC entertain Stourport at Edgar Street, the Royal British Legion will be holding a bucket collection to further assist with their fundraising efforts.
  12. Great offer for season ticket holders. 10% off all food & drink whenever they show their season ticket even on non match days.
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