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  1. A new Click & Collect service is being offered from Monday - Saturday 8am-8pm - Sunday 10am-4pm at Tesco in Abbotsmead Road, Belmont in Hereford. This new service could be beneficial for people who are unable to obtain delivery slots
  2. 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?? 🎅🌲🎁 What are your thoughts on this?
  3. Tesco will be relaxing some of their social distancing measures from tomorrow. The store will be removing the one way system in the aisles and all arrow floor stickers will be removed with some being replaced with occasional 'Keep Your Distance' stickers. Tesco feel now is the time to improve the ease of shop across their stores and also remove the need for staff to what are sometimes, difficult conversations with customers. We understand that other measures will also be relaxed similar to that now in place at the Ledbury store, where door staff will no longer be restricting customer numbers entering the store, customers will also need to clean their own shopping trolleys. B&Q have also removed the need to have a trolley when entering their store in Hereford and customers are also required to clean their own trolley, if one is required. Sanitisers and cloths will still be provided.
  4. Appeal for witnesses to armed robbery - Hereford We are appealing for witnesses following an armed robbery in Hereford. The incident happened at around 10pm on Thursday, 29 August at the Tesco Express store on Holme Lacy Road. Two males wearing balaclavas are believed to have entered the store and threatened staff with a knife before making off with a quantity of cash and alcohol. Investigating officers have arrested a 15-year-old boy and a 16-year-old boy in connection with this incident and have seized a knife. The two boys remain in police custody at this time while they assist officers with their enquiries. Officers have also retrieved what is believed to be the stolen cash and alcohol. Detective Sergeant Frank Real from West Mercia Police said: Anyone with any information is asked to call West Mercia Police on 101 quoting incident number 787s of 29 August 2019. Alternatively, information can be provided anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via their website.
  5. Entrance to to Tescos Bewell St car park is blocked this afternoon due to a van getting stuck on entrance ramp
  6. We have reports this morning of an overnight burglary at Tesco Bewell Street. Parts of the store and underpass is corded off. It appears that the cigarette kiosk was the target as it was ransacked during the burglary. We understand that the store was closed for a short period first thing but is fully open now. We will post updates later.
  7. Fair play to Tesco and what a great idea! Tesco has finalised a deal to give all surplus food from its stores to charity. The UK’s biggest grocery chain hopes to involve 5,000 local charities and groups in an initiative that aims to eradicate food waste and help vulnerable people. The retailer’s latest figures show 55,400 tonnes of food were thrown away at its stores and distribution centres in the UK last year, of which around 30,000 tonnes could otherwise have been eaten – equivalent to around 70 million meals. The plan is a nationwide roll-out of a 14-store pilot called the Community Food Connection, which over the last six months has generated more than 22 tonnes of food, the equivalent of 50,000 meals. It operates by using a digital open platform called FareShare FoodCloud that allows store staff and charities to liaise to distribute surplus food. It launches in 15 cities and regions this week, including Manchester, Birmingham, Southampton and Portsmouth, and will cover all stores by the end of 2017. Tesco and FareShare are appealing for 5,000 charities and community groups to join up and receive the food. Tesco is also calling on other retailers to adopt FareShare FoodCloud to create an industry-wide platform. The initiative also includes the launch of a new ‘Perfectly Imperfect’ range of so-called wonky vegetables that previously may have been thrown away and will be on sale at low prices, in line with several other grocers. Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis said: ‘We believe no food that could be eaten should be wasted. That’s why we have committed that no surplus food should go to waste from our stores. ‘We know it’s an issue our customers really care about, and wherever there’s surplus food at Tesco stores, we’re committed to donating it to local charities so we can help feed people in need. ‘But we know the challenge is bigger than this and that’s why we’ve made a farm to fork commitment to reduce food waste upstream with our suppliers and in our own operations and downstream in our customers’ own homes.’ FareShare chief executive Lindsay Boswell said: ‘We are delighted to be offering our store level solution in partnership with Tesco who are demonstrating real leadership in tackling food surplus. ‘FareShare FoodCloud is a natural extension of our work together which has already provided nine million meals to help feed vulnerable people.’ Read more here:
  8. Colin James

    Bags Of Help

    Tesco has teamed up with Groundwork to launch its Bags of Help initiative across England and Wales. The scheme will see three community projects awarded grants of £12,000, £10,000 and £8,000 – all raised from the 5p bag charge. Herefordshire Housing’s Playground Project has been lucky enough to have been chosen as 1 of the 3 community projects to benefit, in Herefordshire. Bags of Help offers community groups and projects in each of Tesco’s 390 regions across the UK a share of revenue generated from the five pence charge levied on single use carrier bags. The public will now be able to vote in store from the 27th February until 6th March on who should receive the £12,000, £10,000 or £8,000 awards. The Herefordshire Housing Playground Project will involve building a brand new play area alongside the newly renovated Newton Farm Skate Park, to create a new focal point for the whole community. The renovated skate park already has social seating installed and Herefordshire Housing are looking at making it an area for the whole community to enjoy – the award from the Tesco Bags of Help Scheme will help to pay for a new playground to be installed, for all ages and abilities. So please pop along to your local Tesco store and vote for Herefordshire Housing between the 27th February and the 6th March! For more information check out the Tesco official website here: www.tesco.com/bagsofhelp
  9. Tesco Belmont Hereford is to cease opening 24 hours, instead they will open 6am-midnight.
  10. Tesco Cafe opening February 3rd at Tesco Belmont. Cafe was in desperate need of an upgrade. Managed to grab these couple of photo's while the window was uncovered today. Placing the wording on the windows.
  11. Now I'm cribbing off other sites Tesco Belmont is one of a number of stores that will scrap 24 hour opening after Christmas.
  12. A former Hereford pub could be turned into a Tesco Express according to this article in the HT. The supermarket giant has bought the lease of the former Buckingham Inn pub and has set the wheels in motion to turn it into a convenience store - creating up to 20 jobs. The Buckingham on Whitecross Road will go the way of the Game Cock pub after the latter was converted into a Tesco Express on Holme Lacy Road in 2010.
  13. Well I didn't expect to see a farmers market in Tesco's car park this morning, not sure how that works..
  14. Hi everyone, I'm a newbie and I wanted to open a new topic to ask if anyone has experienced rumbling\vibration noise from Tescos store? I live in Belmont, just down the road from Tescos store. Our family has been suffering from lack of sleep due to a constant low rumbling\vibration noise (like a car engine - as if its parked outside with the engine running). We have traced it to Tescos store and we have logged complaints with the store, but they have failed to respond or do anything about the noise. So we had no choice but to report it to the Environment Agency. We are maintaining a log of times of the noise and rating it between levels 1 (not too bad) through to 5 (to very loud). We will have to fill in and send the report by the end of the month. It has been going on since August this year and we have since found out that Tescos had their freezers\air con upgraded a that time. We have also noticed two metal looking extractor type funnels near the back of the store on the side of the delivery bay. The Environment Agency have implied that Tesco's haven't had planning permission to install these, though were not 100% sure that is true. The noise is driving us mad and its made worse at night as the rumble vibrates through the bed! We have had endless cups of teas at 4am in the morning where we have no choice but to get up as we cant sleep for the noise and vibration. From our time log it starts any-time from 9pm through to 11am the next day. I just wondered if anyone else is experiencing this noise? Have you complained to Tesco's or the Environment Agency? Could you let me know please? Thanks for taking the time to read my post, Take care, Newbie cv5
  15. I saw the front page of the HT today - lol, where is all of that extra space coming from? In the picture you have, effectively, 6 lanes worth of width. Now, add to that the schematics and it actually appears that they will be removing the centre bollard, removing the grass verge AND removing the slip road for more space. Which leads me on to my second questions, looking a this picture, where you can CLEARLY see that the grass verge AND the slip road (Wall Street) missing ; A: So the slip road is going then? What about access to all of the disabled homes along it? B: Looking at the lack of said road, how are cars going to come out of Tesco car park? Surely not directly onto the mouth of the roundabout? Queue more traffic lights!! Not picking, serious questions.
  16. Guest

    Roadworks at 6am

    Can anyone explain why TESCO are being allowed to dictate when AMEY carry out roadworks on Abbotsmead Road?......this week they decided to start at 6am....to avoid disrupting the deliveries....idiots!!
  17. Is this all the kit for the new car wash? (Removal of 9 parking spaces and change the area into a hand car wash and also erect a canopy for valeting with associated signage) Planning application numbers S121029/F and S121030/A
  18. Tesco have applied for planning permission for change of use and to remove 9 parking spaces and change the area into a hand car wash and also erect a canopy for valeting with associated signage. Planning application numbers S121029/F and S121030/A
  19. I am trying to settle a small argument here, did the Tesco garage used to be open 24 hours?
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