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  1. I have been a member here for a long time and I think it only right that we give credit where credit is due. As a collective HV and the members here have achieved many good things over the years and I think we should start to list them in recognition of all the hard work put it. Please forgive me because I can only think of a few that stand out, notably the hot food campaign and the cctv on the gww. Then there was the grass cutting petition and the working boys home and off course the keep clear road making on the Belmont roundabout. Lets all start listing these results. Reverse grass cutting petition New metal fencing on the Belmont Iron bridge (preventing kids climbing) New duck signs installed following request along Haywood Lane near to Belmont Pools. Open space at bottom of Glastonbury Close cleared and tree's cut back and 2 reduced to stumps preventing kids climbing over metal fencing near McDonalds. Litter pick around the Oval Shops and various other locations Successfully campaigned for CCTV along the GWW. Campaigned successfully to reverse previous decisions to prevent late night food curfew - many food outlets are now open until 3am and even later on bank holidays. Working boys home Colin James cleaned all of the road signs from the Iron bridge on A465 Belmont to the Clehonger junction and also along all of Haywood Lane. Successfully campaigned and managed to have 'Keep Clear' road markings painted A465 Tesco roundabout exits. Highlighted and managed to have the garages at Redhill repaired (GWW) Cleaned the GWW with many other residents, Cllrs and Police. Successfully campaigned to have Salt Bins placed for Sydwall Road and Glastonbury Close with thanks to the Parish Council. New lightbulbs and repairs to lighting within the Greyfriars Subway. Clean up of Hereford Duck Pond with many volunteers and managed to obtain 3 new information signs kindly sponsored by Vets4Pets. Repainted fence with funds from Hereford City Council and secured up £5000 for aeration pumps/fountain.
  2. Hi guy's Just to give you the heads up. You may have noticed a reduced amount of new topics from me recently. I was on holiday from the 9th - 16th, we were back for just a day before I was admitted to hospital for over a week. After various scans etc they found a rather large gallstone 15-16mm. I was in severe pain and had a bad infection with a lot of abdominal swelling. The good news is that I am now recovering at home waiting for my operation scheduled for week commencing the 15th to remove my gallbladder. I am feeling a lot better than I was a week or so ago, so you will see more activity on the forum because as you can imagine I am getting bored.
  3. Can no one at Balfour Beatty and our councillors see the state of our urban roads in the city which are now getting out of hand. When the use of a garden hoe along the kerb would have removed most weeds we are now in a position that the weeds are so established that the only way to treat them would be with herbicides which in turn cause pollution. So the only answer appears to be is do nothing and our streets on our estates take on the appearance of an outback town - the only thing missing is tumbleweed. Together with the inability to get on top of the litter and fly tipping problems and blocked drains around the area it is apparent that the majority of citizens and those elected to represent us have no pride in our environment - a sad state of affairs. The picture of Glastonbury Festival and the accompanying litter say so much about the state of our country and mindset of those responsible. In Australia they appear to have come up with a safe, pesticide-free method of keeping their streets clean and tidy. And ironically this method is used by Glastonbury Town Council to keep their town clean and weed free. Belmont Road Hereford:
  4. ragwert

    Poppy Display

    Took a few of the poppy display
  5. We are in the process of changing hosts and upgrading the whole website. You may see some big changes taking place on the website over the next few days and the website may actually go offline for a short period of time while the transfer takes place. This will not actually happen until Friday or Saturday but we just need to give you notice incase you think something is wrong. If you cannot login, please find us on Facebook and Twitter until everything is up and running again. Thank you
  6. We have today created a NEW - Hereford Voice Projects forum. This is a sub forum of the Open Forum. Over many years Hereford Voice have kick-started various campaigns and initiated local projects as well as being actively involved in community events. This forum highlights and promotes the discussion of all of these activities and will lay the foundations for future Hereford Voice Projects in Hereford. This new sub forum is where all topics and discussions about previous/future projects and campaigns will reside (all in one place). We have also created a new 'Tag' called simply 'Hereford Voice Projects'
  7. Advertise your business and reach thousands of people locally with Hereford Voice. Contact us to discuss our low rate options
  8. WIN a taster climbing session gift voucher for 6 participants We have teamed up with our good friends over at 'Green Spider Climbing' in Hereford to offer this fantastic PRIZE for the WINNER of our latest competition: The winning package includes a gift voucher for a full taster climbing session with an instructor for 6 people! (at least one adult) - Prize value £105 To enter simply head over to Facebook: 1. LIKE Hereford Voice and Green Spider Climbing Facebook pages AND this topic. ✴️ 2. SHARE this post. ✴️ A winner will be selected at random from all valid entries on Sunday 25th March. Good luck! #hvcomps
  9. Check out our latest Instagram photographs, if you would like to follow us Click Here
  10. We have today added a new colour theme to the website as part of our overall upgrade. You can pick your preferred background colour by clicking on the icon on your profile bar that looks like a little mountain, from here you can select your colour choice. Alternatively, you an always just use the standard default theme by selecting it from the 'Theme' dropdown box at the bottom of the page. We are hoping to add additional themes as and when finances allow.
  11. If you are interested in advertising with Hereford Voice, please email us with your idea's. We offer the very best competitive rates from as little as £5 per week on our website. Various Partnership Options: 6 and 12 month Permanent Box Advertisements on the Front Page Banner Adverts Between Topics Sponsor a Forum! Footer Advertisements Sponsor a Competition Plus Our Social Channels Please send us an email and we can discuss the various options to suit your budget etc..
  12. WIN - £30 Gift Voucher for The Glass Tandoori Restaurant! Our spicy friends and sponsors at The Glass Tandoori have teamed up with Hereford Voice to generously offer this tasty prize for our latest competition. This voucher will buy you a set meal for 2 people! To be in with a chance of winning follow ALL 3 simple steps: 1. LIKE Hereford Voice and The Glass Tandoori Facebook Pages 2. TAG A Friend 3. SHARE & COMMENT This Competition Post (Entrants MUST be over 16 years old) A winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries on Tuesday 23rd January 2018. Good luck! #hvcomps #hfdvcomps
  13. Hereford Voice Competition - Win This Luxury Hamper Worth Over £60! We have teamed up with our very good friends at Fodder in Church Street Hereford who have very generously donated this luxury prize hamper. To be in with a chance of winning you need to pop over to our Facebook Page: 1. LIKE Hereford Voice and Fodder Facebook Pages 2. TAG A Friend 3. SHARE This Competition Post (Entrants MUST be over 16 years old) A winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries on Friday 12th January 2018. Good luck! #hvcomps #hfdvcomps
  14. WIN - A meal for 4 people! at 'The Beefy Boys' Restaurant! Our award winning friends 'The Beefy Boys' have joined with Hereford Voice to generously offer this tasty prize for our latest competition. To be in with a chance of winning follow ALL 3 simple steps on our Facebook Page: 1. LIKE Hereford Voice and The Beefy Boys Facebook Pages 2. TAG A Friend 3. SHARE & COMMENT This Competition Post (Entrants MUST be over 16 years old) A winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries on Monday 15th January 2018. Good Luck! #hvcomps #hfdvcomps
  15. Congratulations goes to Bill Thomas for winning our online photo competition. The winning photograph will now be used as our main background for at least the next 12 months. Bill also wins £50 Miller & Carter voucher. Thank you to everyone who entered, the standard was very high and we look forward to introducing more competitions in 2018. This is the beautiful winning photograph
  16. The Hereford Labyrinth has been given the go ahead to be installed on the Bishop's Meadows. Hereford Times article:
  17. Herefordshire Council’s electoral services have published the ‘Statement of Persons Nominated’, which details the constituency candidates standing for the UK General Election on 8 June 2017. North Herefordshire Constituency: Ellie Chowns – The Green Party Arthur St John Devine – Independent Jeanie Falconer – Liberal Democrats Sasha Rose Alicia Norris – Independent Roger William Page – Labour Party Bill Wiggin – The Conservative Party Hereford and South Herefordshire Constituency: Anna Coda – Labour Party Lucy Ann Hurds – Liberal Democrats Jim Kenyon – Independent Jesse Norman – The Conservative Party Gwyn James Price – UK Independence Party (UKIP) Diana Stella Toynbee – The Green Party The deadline to register to vote in the General Election is 22 May 2017. Postal and proxy votes can be requested online until 23 May 2017.
  18. I attended the BRPC Meeting last night at the Northolme Community Centre. During the public participation I asked if we could have at least 3 salt/grit bins for Glastonbury Close. One to be situated at the top of the close near Sydwall Road, another at the bottom of Glastonbury Close situated in the turning point on the final bend and the 3rd positioned near to the open space at the very end. Last Winter I drove to Tesco and collected grit on a few occasions and gritted the whole of the close from top to bottom as it is like an ice rink when the temperatures fall below zero. Over the years I have seen the bin lorry struggle and slide like you would not believe as well as vans and cars. I remember seeing some yellow bins some years back but they have since disappeared. I will also write to the clerk to request a few additional bins in and around Belmont too.
  19. WARNING TO WEST MERCIA CONSTABULARY I'm going to post on here (as it has more clout) if I do not get an answer to my email from Southside Cops. Needless to say my 'stop' left me feeling very uneasy, and I was guilt free! I will await a response from Southsides finest before I take this any further.
  20. Please do take the time to fill this in. I was unaware of this until today, whereas only 0.02% of the 56000 people in Hereford have filled it in. It's our county and what needs to be done. Don't complain if you don't fill it in. It even mentions a bypass!! https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=144620162827 Please tell everyone you know to complete it.
  21. Hereford Times - Someone Using Same Name As Hereford Voice. They have registered using the names Herefords Voice and also Hereford Voices (Notice the S) I have written to Clive at the HT as someone has registered as Herefords Voice on their website, notice the S on the end of their name. We are: Hereford Voice
  22. No doubt many of you know of him, with many a story to share. Known by many for trading as City Spares 'scrapyard' down Watery Lane. It has came to my attention tonight, that he has passed away. No further information at present. Sympathy with his family and friends at this tough time.
  23. Although it is rare on this family friendly forum, may I remind you all of the law as it is stated, regarding online bullying. The context is guided towards younger people, however the principle is still the same. Types of cyberbullying There are many ways of bullying someone online and for some it can take shape in more ways than one. Some of the types of cyber bullying are: Harassment - This is the act of sending offensive, rude, and insulting messages and being abusive. Nasty or humiliating comments on posts, photos and in chat rooms. Being explicitly offensive on gaming sites. Denigration – This is when someone may send information about another person that is fake, damaging and untrue. Sharing photos of someone for the purpose to ridicule, spreading fake rumours and gossip. This can be on any site online or on apps. We even hear about people altering photos of others and posting in online for the purpose of bullying. Flaming – This is when someone is purposely using really extreme and offensive language and getting into online arguments and fights. They do this to cause reactions and enjoy the fact it causes someone to get distressed. Impersonation – This is when someone will hack into someone’s email or social networking account and use the person's online identity to send or post vicious or embarrassing material to/about others. The making up of fake profiles on social network sites, apps and online are common place and it can be really difficult to get them closed down. Outing and Trickery – This is when someone may share personal information about another or trick someone into revealing secrets and forward it to others. They may also do this with private images and videos too. Cyber Stalking – This is the act of repeatedly sending messages that include threats of harm, harassment, intimidating messages, or engaging in other online activities that make a person afraid for his or her safety. The actions may be illegal too depending on what they are doing. Bullying by spreading rumours and gossip — The worst thing about social networking sites and messaging apps is that anything nasty posted about you can be seen by lots of people and these posts can go viral very fast and be shared by so many people within minutes in some cases. From what we have heard from people who have been bullied online, the most vicious gossip and rumours are often spread by people who were once your best friends so it's best to keep secrets and personal information to yourself. Only tell people things if it wouldn't embarrass you if other people found out about them. Posting false and malicious things about people on the internet can be classed as harassment. Threatening behaviour — Anyone who makes threats to you on the internet could be committing a criminal offence. It's against the law in the UK to use the phone system, which includes the internet, to cause alarm or distress. It could also be against the 1997 Harassment Act. If threats are made against you then it's essential you confide in your parents, or someone you trust so that they can make a complaint to the police. If you can't print out the threats use the "print screen" button or snipping tool to take a snapshot of the computer screen and then save that somewhere safe. Or if you have a phone or tablet, use the screenshot function and keep these images safe.
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