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  1. On 19th September, Mayor of Hereford Paul Stevens attended the War Memorial Dedication Service for the crew of JB453 OL-F, an aircraft which tragically crashed at Blankenburg, Germany on 2nd January 1944 Mayor of Hereford Paul Stevens Read more hereMayor of Hereford Paul Steven ➡️ https://herefordcitycouncil.gov.uk/mayor-attends-war.../
  2. Councillor Paul Stevens reopens the Hereford Museum of Cider as his first engagement as the new Hereford Mayor. The museum has been closed for over a year because of the pandemic and during that time also suffered from a flood. Photographs courtesy of the Museum of Cider The Mayor was accompanied by former Mayor Cllr Kath Hey and they were welcomed by museum director Elizabeth Pimblett. Also attending the reopening were craft cider makers from the Three Counties Cider and Perry Association, Fenella Tyler trustee and CEO of the National Association of Cidermakers, conservator Catriona Ward and Councillor Diana Toynbee. Full details can be found here
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