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  1. Steven Tracy Lock, 53 of Moreton-on-Lugg, Herford appeared at Worcester Crown Court on Monday (28 September) for sentencing, after pleading guilty to four counts of burglary of a dwelling and one count of burglary of a non-dwelling. Steven Tracy Lock The offences took place across Herefordshire and Monmouthshire between September 2019 and April 2020. Detective Constable Laurence James, from Hereford proactive CID, said:
  2. A man in his fifties sadly died at an address in St Johnโ€™s Court close to Hereford's Edgar Street football stadium on Friday evening just after 10pm A 43-year-old man from Hereford was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter. This is an ongoing onvestigation and the police urge anyone with information to call 101 quoting incident 724i of 25092020 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
  3. A woman has been charged with murder following an incident in Cradley Hereford. Laura Van Marle, aged 40, of no fixed address, was today (Sunday 27 September) charged with the murder of 69-year-old Susanna Van Marle. She was also charged with causing grievous bodily harm to a 73-year-old man. Both charges relate to an incident which occurred yesterday (Saturday 26 September) at approximately 2am at an address on Finchers Corner in Cradley. Detective Chief Inspector Leighton Harding said:
  4. We have teamed up with our good friends at Charcuterie who are offering fabulous prize worth over ยฃ100 to celebrate their 1st Anniversary on October 1st. ๐Ÿฅ‚๐Ÿพ๐ŸŽ‰ Prize contains: One Party box, Two hampers, One Bottle of Kvass. To be in with a chance of winning simply head over to our Facebook Page HERE 1. LIKE Charcuterie & Hereford Voice 2. TAG a Friend ๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™‚๏ธ 3. COMMENT - Tell us who you would share this superb prize with? A winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries on Wednesday 30th September 2020. Prize to be collected from the Charcuterie
  5. Police were called at around 2am this morning (Saturday 26 September) to Cradley in Hereford, reports that a 69-year-old woman had been stabbed. The ambulance service attended but the woman was sadly pronounced dead at the scene. A 40-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder and remains in custody at this time. Detective Chief inspector Leighton Harding said: โ€œOfficers quickly made an arrest at the scene but enquiries are still ongoing and we are keen to speak to anyone with more information regarding this incident. โ€œWe would like to reassure the community that th
  6. Cycle lanes are currently being painted onto Commercial Road tonight in both directions as part of the temporary travel measures scheme. There will still be access for cars in both directions. Thoughts? #HerefordVoice #HerefordNews #Hereford
  7. Students from Whitecross school have been sent home to self-isolate after positive case of Covid-19 confirmed. As a result, 24 students have been told to self-isolate for 14days. Karen Wright, director of public health for Herefordshire, said: โ€œI can confirm that a Year 7 pupil at Whitecross High School, Hereford has tested positive for Covid-19. "We would like to reassure parents and carers that we are working closely with the school and swift action has been taken to identify close contacts. โ€œThere are 24 pupils identified as close contacts and they have been sent hom
  8. If you have have concerns about any business you visit not being COVID secure, you can let us know by emailing us news@herefordvoice.co.uk or leave a comment below. Maybe we can encourage Herefordshire Council to do the same by offering this service of being to report it.
  9. Those new bay locations across the city are as follows. ๐Ÿ‘‡ Cock of Tupsley Westfailing Street Tower Road Holme Lacy Road/St Clares Court Blackmarston Road Cider Press Drive Hinton Road Glendower Close Grafton Park & Choose site thePoint4 Gym Dorchester Way Attwood Lane/Roman Road Harold Street Hereford County Hospital Asda Hereford Bath Street Car Park Halo Leisure Centre Ledbury Road/St Owenโ€™s Street The Knoll Tesco Express Whitecross Road Eign Street Stretton Close Fayre Oaks
  10. We have been running a competition for the past few weeks to come up with a suitable name for our famous Hereford Bull Statue in the city centre. (all unofficially of course, but if it's good enough maybe we can persuade the Council to make it official! Who knows) We have now drawn up a shortlist of names from all the entries and created a poll HERE ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿ‘‰ https://hfd.news/ox8 ๐Ÿ‘ˆ๐Ÿ‘ˆ Let's see which is the most popular winning entry! (Poll ends Saturday 12th)
  11. On This Day: 27 years ago today, the fire at the Sun Valley factory in Hereford on 6/9/93 was one of the biggest the city has ever seen. 130 firefighters were at the scene, using 23 pumping appliances. Sadly two of those never made it out of the factory. Work is now ongoing to remember Dave Morris and John Davies. RIP ๐Ÿ“ท Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service #HerefordVoice #HerefordNews #Herefordshire
  12. Pre-booked access onto sites will be required from Monday 14 September The pre-booked system will be introduced for Hereford and Leominster household recycling centres on Monday 14 September, with residents able to book their slots online from Friday 4 September. Residents who are unable to access the booking system online can call the customer services team at the council on 01432 260000 who will be able to book a slot for them. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a limited number of residents are allowed on site at any one time. This has caused traffic congestion around the Herefo
  13. Hereford's Commercial Road cycle and bus lanes are currently being removed following feedback from the public as the scheme is not proving helpful.
  14. Last night, Tuesday 1 September, West Mercia Policeโ€™s Herefordshire Rural Crime Team, recovered a stolen mini digger in Clehonger. The mini digger was believed to have been taken from farm land in Ewyas Harold in the early hours of Sunday 30 August. Three arrests have been made relating to this incident and they remain in custody. Rural crime can have a huge impact on the communities, business and the individuals we serve and West Mercia Police is committed to tackling it.Herefordshire Rural and Business PC Sarah Smith said:
  15. McDonald's outlet on Belmont Road Hereford could soon become Hereford's first 24 hour McDonalds if planning is granted following their application.
  16. Spotted in Tesco Belmont today.. It's still Summer and we're only in August, surely this is not the start of the Christmas stock, is it?? ๐ŸŽ…๐ŸŒฒ๐ŸŽ What are your thoughts on this?
  17. Fabulous new coffee cart has opened over looking the river next to the Victoria Bridge. We popped by over the weekend and tried their coffee and can confirm it's delicious โ˜• We love to support local businesses and surprised that nobody has thought of this brilliant location before. If you're in the area give pop by and try their coffee. They are open all over the weekend and now also in the week: Sat-Sun 9-5pm - Tues-Fri 8-4pm (closed Monday)
  18. Herefordshire Council have removed the ugly red barriers along Broad St, King St and Bridge Street and replaced them will more aesthetically pleasing plants, which are much better. All this is necessary so pedestrians can socially-distance and cyclists can ride their bikes safely. These measures are necessary in the fight against this dreadful Coronavirus pandemic as directed and funded by central Government. Once again the city is busy with people which is great to see.
  19. The iconic British sculpture, The Knife Angel, is coming to Hereford on 1st June 2021. Created to raise awareness around knife crime in the UK, The Knife Angel is made out of 100,000 confiscated knives received from 43 Police Forces across the UK. The sculpture has toured around the Country as a monument against all forms of violence and aggression. Standing at 27ft and weighing 3.5 ton, it is an incredible and powerful sight to behold. Beginning in June 2021, the sculpture will reside at Hereford Cathedral for 28 days. During this, a series of interactive workshops and events
  20. Diners will be able to claim 50% off food and drinks at participating restaurants during August. Between 3 and 31 August, diners will get a 50% discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks at participating restaurants, cafes and pubs. The offer is only available from Mondays to Wednesdays and people will receive a maximum discount of ยฃ10 per head. Therefore if two people spend ยฃ50, they can only receive a discount of ยฃ20. Will you be taking full advantage of this new scheme which has never been tried in the UK before? Please find below list of participating venues, pleas
  21. Another busy day in Hereford! It's great to see so many people about again. We took all of these photographs within the last hour (15.30-1600), the shops including the Hereford Butter Market are all busy which is great to see. We walked into the City Centre and virtually every street was busy with people as you can see from all the various photographs we have taken. Lots of people all walking or relaxing and enjoying the patchy but warm weather. Have a wonderful weekend ๐ŸŒž ๐Ÿ˜Ž #HerefordVoice #Hereford #PositiveHereford
  22. A different perspective .... We have acquired an email sent from Cllr Paul Rone to the 'Independent Group' who hold the largest coalition majority at Herefordshire Council. As you will see in the email he sent on the 28th of July below Councillor Rone says ๐Ÿ‘‰"Closing The Old Bridge Is Fine" ๐Ÿ‘ˆ in Hereford however, just a few days later on August 1st in this video published by our friends at Your Herefordshire, he says something completely different... Cllr Paul Rone owns several businesses in Hereford including the Saracens Head Pub where the footpath running along the side
  23. Grange Heating have agreed to sponsor the Hereford FC Media Backdrop for the upcoming season extending their long-standing relationship with the Football Club, as the Bulls prepare for the upcoming 2020/2021 season. Grange Heating who are a specialist heating and plumbing company from Hereford and experts in domestic and commercial heating have committed to sponsor the Club once again. Grange Heating Managing Director, Ewen Grange, said: โ€œI want to continue to support the local Football Club for another season to build on the success it has had since it was first formed. The Fo
  24. 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.
  25. The company had warned at the start of August that it was considering such a move, but had not given precise details. The closures come as the company formally launched a CVA in a bid to restructure the Group and keep it afloat. The company, which currently has around 454 restaurants in the UK, said on Tuesday it has finalised a proposal to reduce its restaurant and rental costs via a company voluntary arrangement (CVA). It said that although the majority of its restaurants were profitable before lockdown was imposed, earnings had been declining across the Pizza Express es
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