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  1. Cabinet to consider next steps for Edgar Street Herefordshire Council will consider the future of the Edgar Street Athletics Ground at a cabinet meeting on January 22 2015. The cabinet members will decide the process for seeking a new football tenant for the pitch and ancillary sports facilities as are considered appropriate. The tenancy at the Edgar Street facility will be advertised through an open public advertisement process and expressions of interest sought. This will be done with transparency and full public consultation with stakeholders. Cllr Tony Johnson, leader of Herefordshire Council said, “We are very keen to ensure that football continues at the site as quickly as possible. It has been a long and arduous journey for the fans of Hereford United and we seek to bring some stability back to the ground as soon as we can. We will seek expressions of interest from all interested parties and will aim to have a new tenant for the ground by the beginning of March 2015.” Source
  2. 26 November 2014 As stated on two previous occasions (4 August and 29 October), the council’s General Overview and Scrutiny Committee will undertake a full and thorough review on the process through which Herefordshire Council and Hereford United Football Club (1939) Limited concluded the three leases and development agreement relating to the Edgar Street ground after all pending legal action against the club has been concluded. For the avoidance of doubt, Herefordshire Council neither runs nor owns Hereford United Football Club (1939) Limited. Councillor Sebastian Bowen Chairman of Herefordshire Council’s General Overview and Scrutiny Committee Statement Can Be Viewed HERE
  3. I'm a massive Hereford supporter, have been for a long long time but how many 'locals' have been to watch your 'professional' club?? It's heart breaking to think that the last few home games maybe the last that will be played at Edgar street. I'm not going to bore you with the details because I'm guessing you've all read about what's going on already but to be frank its the same old story with a small club Club gets taken over New owners promise the world New directors overspend Bad management Bad leadership Supporters lose patient's Now there's quite a lot going on to try and SAVE HEREFORD UNITED to raising money to a March through the city centre starting from the 'Victory' pub 'Yes' its not much (or not enough) but we CAN'T GIVE UP! !! But the one thing that 'will help' is to get as much bodies through the turnstiles so please PLEASE for these last few games TURN UP BUY A PROGRAMME BUY A PIE even TRY THE SPICY SOUP! ! DONT LET THE CLUB DIE BECAUSE OF A FEW - SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL CLUB! !!
  4. How humiliating for Hereford United, they can't even secure a game with Bartestree. Read all about it
  5. Hereford United reverting to part-time football is a possibility for next season, the club admits. Details from tonights AGM taken from the HUFC website:
  6. Bulls Chairman David Keyte put his signature to the new Edgar Street leases on Friday. Keyte's signature comes after a lengthy and thorough process, spearheaded by non-executive Director Bob Pritchard. Pritchard, who has over 40 years in the development industry confirmed that the leases were received by the club on Friday in the agreed form and that Chairman, David Keyte signed all 8 documents and the 5 statutory declarations with the documents being returned to the clubs solicitors in Birmingham in order to effect exchange and completion on Monday/Tuesday this week. "This is a special moment in the history of the club in securing it's immediate future at Edgar Street for the next 30 years" said Pritchard "it also provides opportunities for development to be secured on the two ends of the ground, new stands to be built and with those, a 250 year long lease that will help secure the clubs long term future at Edgar Street." Bob will now open negotiations with the existing telecoms operators who currently have equipment on the floodlight pylons, in order to relocate their equipment when development of either ends takes place. Read more at http://www.herefordunited.co.uk/news/article/leases-signed-090214-1349705.aspx#7Ey0G5FivZFCv2d3.99
  7. So if HUFC are going under - completely this time - what happens to the football ground and that god awful carpark? This could pave the way for and OLM extention right, or more houses/flats. Another thought is that if HUFC is gone, you've just lost any revenue from visiting and local fans who would - likely - spend some time in the OLM before/after the games
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