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  1. A Historic pub in Herefordshire opened its doors again this week for the first time in five years and in spite of the current pandemic. The New Inn at St Owen's Cross, a sixteenth-century coaching inn, has been a labour of love for three local businessmen, investor Mark Green and family, developer Mark Freeman and chef Michael Fowler. The team is delighted to be opening the doors this week creating new jobs, supporting local producers and offering a stand-out community-hub for those living locally. L - R: Front row - Mark and Julie Green, middle row - Michael Fowler and Lizzy Condrad
  2. The start of #OpTutelage, a week of added activity around uninsured vehicles saw Hereford Cops (OPU) take 3 vehicles off the road today. Tickets were also issued for driving without a licence and for cords exposed on a tyre. One driver was arrested for suspected drug driving. (#operationtutelage is a vehicle whereby the registered keeper has driven it without insurance multiple times. They have been sent a reminder letter by us to get it insured and have ignored it).
  3. The closure is from 7.30am to midnight every day between Saturday, October 24th and Sunday, November 1st. Motorists driving from Hereford to Worcester will need to leave the A4103 at Newtown Crossroads and follow the A417 to Burley Gate, then the A465 to Bromyard and then the A44 to Worcester.
  4. Emergency services attended this incident overnight on Dinmore Hill, Leominster. Driver had left the scene before police and crews from Leominster fire station had arrived.
  5. Positive Hereford: There are lots of good things happening in our wonderful city. We have new independent retailers opening including within the recently purchased Maylord Orchards. We have new restaurants, coffee bars, bistros, wine bars and pubs! Hereford has some fabulous hotels too. We love 💖❤️ our city and county and we like to shout about it and promote everything positive. It's all too easy to moan but we are privileged to live in such a beautiful part of the World. We will continue to promote local business and encourage people to visit Hereford and Herefordshire.
  6. Businesses across the Marches are being invited to have their say on how the region should plan its economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic at a major virtual summit later this month. The Marches Economic Recovery Summit – being staged by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership – will bring together key local and regional partners to discuss the priorities for the region’s economy in the wake of the virus. And the business community is also being urged to have its say by signing up for the October 15 event. The summit – from 2.00pm to 3.30pm – is being held during the
  7. B4224 FOWNHOPE UPDATE | The grading of the bank is nearly complete and a cellular membrane has been applied to help stabilise erosion (see pictures). Top soil will be applied next before the work begins to reinstate the road. The estimated reopening of the road is still Autumn.
  8. 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 👉👉 https://hfd.news/ox8 👈👈 Let's see which is the most popular winning entry! (Poll ends Saturday 12th)
  9. 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 📷 Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service #HerefordVoice #HerefordNews #Herefordshire
  10. Herefordshire Lieutenancy have reported that today marks the retirement of The Dowager Countess of Darnley from office after 12 years of representing Her Majesty The Queen as the Lord-Lieutenant of Herefordshire. Due to the pandemic the planned farewell service was unable to take place so joined by immediate family and the Deputy Lieutenants that have served under Lady Darnley’s leadership, a small private farewell service took place at Hereford Cathedral. Lady Darnley became Lord-Lieutenant on 24th October 2008 and during office has been pivotal in understanding the needs of the cou
  11. *SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY* Police have been made aware of markings found by residents on their walls and driveways in Tarirngton. At present the police do not know what these markings are but they could possibly be linked to thefts of dogs which has been happening with their border forces. Please stay vigilant and report any markings or suspicious activity to 101. If you see any of these markings we suggest you clean it off and check your security at your properties. #HerefordVoice #Herefordshire #BeVigilant
  12. As families gear up to send their kids back to school next week, West Midlands Railway is helping out with a selection of discounts on season tickets for this academic term. Perfect for school, college or university students who regularly travel by train, the offers include 50% off season tickets for students aged 16 or over, and 25% off for students aged 15 or under. As well as helping parents make considerable savings, purchasing a season ticket saves students having to buy a ticket each day and reduces their social contact at the station. Helping passengers to travel
  13. Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service with crews from Kington, Eardisley, Peterchurch and Kingsland fire station dealing with a standing crop fire this morning. #HerefordVoice #Herefordshire #HerefordNews
  14. West Mercia Police have advised that they are at the scene of a fatal collision during the early hours on the M50 near Ledbury where two lanes Eastbound are currently closed. Please avoid this area is possible. The lanes are expected to be reopened early this afternoon. Please check before you travel. #HerefordVoice #Herefordshire
  15. 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.
  16. 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 £10 per head. Therefore if two people spend £50, they can only receive a discount of £20. 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
  17. The man who sadly died after being involved in a collision in Whitney on Wye has been named as Peter Lamb aged 42, from Hereford. The collision happened on the A438 at around 12.50am on Sunday 9 August and involved a Skoda and Honda. Peter’s family have paid tribute to him: Police are still appealing for witnesses and anyone with information is urged to contact police on 101 quoting incident 65 of 9 August or call Crimstoppers anonymously on 0800 555111. Alternatively information can be reported on the West Mercia Police website under the section Tell Us About https://w
  18. This is disgusting and getting out of hand and another clear intent to harm cyclists riding along the trail as well as people and animals. Photographs taken at Little Drybook in the Forest of Dean. Police have asked the riders to call 101 if any further evidence of this is found or if anyone has information regarding who the culprit (s) are.
  19. A microbudget UK Horror Feature is being made in Herefordshire. It's called "Wyvern Hill" and on its way very soon. UK horror director Jonathan Zaurin is to tackle his first feature film later this summer and it already looks like it’s one to keep an eye on. Wyvern Hill is described as ‘the story of one woman’s struggle with reality’ as a series of gruesome killings is shaking the small county of Herefordshire, UK. It tells the tale of Beth, a woman in her sixties who starts to show signs of early Alzheimer’s. Her daughter and son in law move into an old house large enough to
  20. See a megaphone 📣 think Hereford Voice 📢 We love 💖❤️ our city and county and we like to shout about it and promote everything positive. It's all too easy to moan but we are privileged to live in such a beautiful part of the World. We will continue to promote local business and encourage people to visit Hereford and Herefordshire. Join us and 'BE POSITIVE' about this fabulous city of ours. 👉 'Positive Hereford'
  21. Horse dies as a result of eating grass cuttings. Thursday 30th July, in the Hampton Bishop area we have had a report that someone put grass cuttings into a horse’s field. Unfortunately this has resulted in the Horse loosing is life on the 2nd August. But why? The grass cuttings begin fermenting almost as soon as they are cut and the horses will gorge on them as they are so palatable, causing a build-up of gas in the Horses stomach. As horses have a one-way stomach valve, they are unable to vomit or even burp to relieve the pressure. The gases given off by the fermenting cutting
  22. West Mercia Police are appealing for any information and any witnesses to come forward following a fatal road traffic collision in Hereford. Between 11.30pm and 3am, the car which had two occupants inside, was travelling between Mordiford and Dormington and appears to have left the road at Clay Hill Pit in Hereford. The car has finally settled in a roadside orchard. Tragically, a 23 year old man and a 17 year old girl inside the car were killed. Chief Inspector Edd Williams said: “Our thoughts are very much with the family and friends of both victims at this extremely diff
  23. Winter flood recovery work continues in Herefordshire the Environment Agency are having to raise our river gauge at Ross by 1.5m in light of the huge levels seen over the Winter. New gauge will be up and running by September and available via the Environment Agency website HERE Thank you to Dave Throup for the information and images.
  24. ‘Click and Collect’ service for books and green garden waste bags will be available from today at Hereford, Leominster, Ledbury and Ross-on-Wye libraries As part of phased reopening plans, Hereford, Leominster, Ledbury and Ross-on-Wye libraries have launched a 'Click and Collect' service for pre-ordered books and green garden waste bags. Although the library buildings will remain closed for the time being, the entrance foyers to the libraries will be available as Click and Collect pick-up points for the pre-ordered books and bags and for customers to return library items.
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