Love might be in the air, but with the deadline of Valentine’s Day, February 14 approaching, community venues are being encouraged to submit applications to a fund to bring new IT equipment to local areas.
New groups are being set up at children’s centres across the county to make it easier for parents and carers to receive advice and support on the health and development of their babies and toddlers.
Herefordshire’s health community is supporting the Be Clear on Bowel Cancer campaign launched this week by the Government.
Herefordshire Council has been asked to alert residents to a scam which circulating relating to the census which took place last year.
The Wye Trow being built to represent Herefordshire in a pageant on the Thames to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee is taking shape.
Herefordshire Council is working with local business leaders, NHS Herefordshire and representatives from the voluntary sector to tackle Hereford city congestion this year and have been busy working up plans for an Olympic themed launch event in April 2012.
Herefordshire Council’s cabinet has committed itself to support the construction of the link road in Hereford which will help bring 1,400 gross new jobs and around 800 much needed homes to the city.
Herefordshire Council’s cabinet has backed a proposal to include £6 million in its 2012/13 budget for a major project to improve broadband in the county.
The Safer Roads Partnership in West Mercia has collected speed data at three locations in Pixley following concerns raised by Pixley Parish Council, via Herefordshire Council, about the speeds of traffic and the resulting impact on road safety.
Herefordshire Council’s newly refurbished Ross Library and Customer Service Centre is now open to the public.
If you love books and reading then why not celebrate National Libraries Day on 4 February with a visit to your nearest one.
Herefordshire Council’s is marking National Libraries Day on Saturday 4 February by unveiling the new-look Bromyard library.
Herefordshire Council’s library service has joined forces with the local Seed Swap group to encourage gardeners to share their seeds this spring.
Residents of Herefordshire look set to benefit from a second year’s freeze on council tax after members of Herefordshire Council’s cabinet passed the proposal when they met today (Thursday, January 19).
For the second year running, Herefordshire Council is delivering a budget which reflects the national reduction in government funding for public services.
Families with young children are being asked for their views as Herefordshire Council launches a consultation to review the way children’s centre services work across the county.
As part of its drive to make democracy more transparent and open, Herefordshire Council is to carry out a trial webcast of a planning meeting on Wednesday, February 1 at 10.
Blue badge users in Herefordshire face changes this year that will speed up the application process and help reduce fraud.
Single Cluster Board to meet in public.
Herefordshire Council’s heritage services team is staging a fascinating exhibition of the work of Edward Ardizzone, one of Britain’s best-loved book illustrators.
Herefordshire Council has received initial support* from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for the Master’s House project in Ledbury.
Herefordshire Council Leader, Councillor John Jarvis joined MP Jesse Norman and business leaders to meet Prime Minister, David Cameron as he visited the Hereford Enterprise Zone at the Rotherwas Business Park in Hereford.
A new community library is to open in Garway’s village hall on Thursday (January 5) to coincide with a monthly market held in the village.
Could you be the next JK Rowling or Jacqueline Wilson? If you want to try something new in 2012 and you love writing why not join one of Herefordshire Council’s Write On! Writing Squads.
Families in Kington are beginning the new year knowing that their children get the best possible start in life at their local children’s centre – that’s the judgement made by Ofsted inspectors who undertook a formal inspection visit at the centre last month.