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  1. Michael Adam sent us this photograph this evening showing a different perspective of the Monument roundabout in Hereford at night.
  2. A respiratory consultant at Hereford County Hospital has spoken of her personal battle against COVID-19 and how she’s happy to be “first in the queue” to get vaccinated. Ingrid Du Rand, who has been on the frontline of treating COVID-19 patients this year, began her own very personal battle with the virus during November when she started to feel unwell. A fit forty-something and keen runner, Ingrid’s first inclination that something wasn’t quite right was when she slowed up on one of her regular runs. “I felt more tired than usual. This was unusual for me. A couple of days later
  3. West Mercia Police are appealing for information and releasing a CCTV image following a theft inside a Hereford store. On Friday 11 December at around 10.30am, a woman had been in the store on Whitecross Road when it is understood that she left her wallet on the counter before leaving. At around the same time it is believed another woman put a newspaper on top of the wallet and then took both the paper and wallet. She then left the shop. We are appealing to anyone who may recognise the woman pictured in the CCTV image to get in touch with us as she may be able to help with
  4. Harry Glyn Prosser pleaded guilty to allowing livestock to suffer and for failing to dispose of large amounts of deadstock A farmer from Dulas near Ewyas Harold has been banned from keeping livestock for ten years, in a case taken to Hereford Magistrates’ Court by Herefordshire Council’s Trading Standards Service. Harry Glyn Prosser (69) of Great Bilboa Farm Dulas pleaded guilty to six charges in total and was disqualified from keeping all animals (except his dog) for ten years after allowing livestock to suffer, failing to provide a suitable environment and for failing to cor
  5. A Wallaby was spotted hoping around during the snowfall last night in Breinton Hereford. Our friend and local resident Crispin Abel got in touch and said he could not believe his eyes and wrote on his Facebook page; Hereford is a fabulous City and always full of surprises! And there is nothing better than a happy and positive story to start the day..
  6. An RTC involving a gritting lorry and another vehicle as ice and snow falls across the county. photographs courtesy of Peterchurch Fire Station Crews from Peterchurch Fire Station along with colleagues from Ewyas Harold Fire Station and South Wales Fire and Rescue Service assisted at the scene. Thankfully there were no casualties, vehicles were made safe and diesel spill dealt with.
  7. Hereford 1642 is a free project created by Jack Hodges about the city of Hereford England. The city has been rebuilt using Unreal Engine 4 so that you can now explore on foot or horse back this magnificent city. The Model has been made to be as accurate as possible using old maps from that period and other models and paintings so that the city you explore is as close as can be to the period. Historically Accurate Built using maps ,models, painting and etchings of the town during the 17th century. Come and see the Cathedral of Hereford with its spire and west tower
  8. Crews from Hereford Fire Station were called to the A49 at the Callow, Hereford early this morning. They extinguished a van fire fire, crews used breathing apparatus and hose reel jets. West Mercia Police were also requested to attend as there was no owner present.
  9. Good luck to our lovely friend Laura over at Hey, Honey who will be opening her new store in Church Street Hereford in January 2021 in the meantime, you can still find this fabulous honey shop in Capuchin Yard and also online here
  10. Tier 3 for Herefordshire from midnight. Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced the changes to MPs in the house of Commons this afternoon. Full details and a breakdown of what Tier 3 means can be found here
  11. The MHRA, the UK drug regulator, has given approval to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to be used for immunization on British soil. The formula is the second one given the green light in the country. The first doses due to be given out to people from Monday 4th January 2021 amid rising coronavirus cases. The UK has ordered 100 million doses - enough to vaccinate 50 million people.
  12. For safety reasons, the A49 Victoria Street underpass in #Hereford remains closed to pedestrians due to flooding. Highways England have put up additional signs pointing the way towards the nearest crossing point. For updates follow the @HighwaysWMIDS Twitter feed or call them on 0300 123 5000.
  13. All of the information on the service changes between now and the New Year are available on the Herefordshire Council website- Click here
  14. Wishing you all a happy and peaceful Boxing Day
  15. Merry Christmas to all our lovely members and friends, have a fabulous day.
  16. Some pharmacies in Herefordshire and Worcestershire are available today for advice, medications and prescriptions. To find your nearest available pharmacy CLICK HERE Download the full county pdf file below Christmas-2020-Pharmacy-Opening-Times-Herefordshire-and-Worcestershire.pdf
  17. A motorist has crashed their car through a wall and into the cider press on Whitecross Road this morning. The are no reports of any injuries.
  18. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service water rescues teams from across the two counties have rescued 44 people from their vehicles, caught out by the rising floodwaters, further crews have assisted homeowners with serious flooding effecting electrics and giving advice. Please adhere to any 'road closure' signage.
  19. A busy night for Hereford Police with 3 x arrests for drink drive and 2 x arrests for drink and drug drive. West Mercia Police supporting the NPCC drink/drug drive campaign.
  20. VETERAN fundraiser Alan Blake has been given some civic support in his marathon project to raise £100,000 for local charities. Alan, who is 89, is aiming to complete a 15-mile challenge to raise funds for the parish church of Burghill, Rotary and Parkinson’s – but all without leaving his garden. He will navigate a circular walk around his steep garden steps 458 times, which will be the equivalent of walking from Hereford to Lyde then Moreton on Lugg, Burghill, Tillington, Stretton Sugwas and back to his family home in Hampton Park. Alan began his challenge on October 1 and,
  21. The Covid-19 pandemic has caused uncertainty for future funding so the council has to prepare to make savings. Be part of the conversation and let Hereford Council know your priorities on council services next year by visiting here
  22. Herefordshire Council are providing free school meals over the Christmas holidays to help those who already get free school meals during term time, hopefully this will be an extra help - particularly if you have been financially affected by the pandemic. If you have an eligible child you will receive a local supermarket voucher for the value of £75 to cover the cost of food for the two week Christmas holiday period. Herefordshire Council will be issuing free food vouchers direct to parents and carers of pre-school age children. If you haven't heard from the team then please ema
  23. Berrington hall is embarking on urgent conservation work in the curved garden thanks to the DCMS Culture Recovery Fund. This work will be carried out on the original eighteenth-century walls within the curved garden; 'Capability' Brown's final masterpiece and the only one of its kind to survive the centuries intact. Although the wider garden project is on pause for now, read on to discover more about the work we will be carrying out in 2020 and 2021. Berrington’s walled garden and pleasure grounds was the final landscape masterpiece of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. Commissioned in 1775, th
  24. Construction is now complete on the £9 million state-of-the art Cyber Quarter – Midlands Centre for Cyber Security with the building officially handed over by contractor, Speller Metcalfe. When the new centre officially opens in spring 2021 on Skylon Park, Hereford Enterprise Zone, Herefordshire will be home to the UK’s leading centre of excellence in cyber security, supporting innovation and industry in this growing sector. The centre is a joint venture between the University of Wolverhampton and Herefordshire Council and part-funded by the Government’s Local Growth Fund, via
  25. It may be the season of good will but please consider that everything may not be as it seems. In recent weeks Hereford Cops (Hereford city SNT) has seen an influx of Romanian Nationals who are begging and claiming to be homeless and hungry. On making enquiries the Police have established that these individuals are part of a travelling group of beggars from South Wales. Police have also today removed 3 Romanian nationals from the City Centre again claiming to be homeless and begging. CCTV tracked these individuals to a waiting vehicle where they were spoken to and estab
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