There was a meeting of Herefordshire Council Group Leaders today attended by Councillor John Jarvis: Leader of the Conservative Group, Councillor Bob Matthews: Leader of the Independent Group and Councillor Terry James: Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group.
The leader of Herefordshire Council has pledged that the council will do everything it can to ensure that racing stays in Hereford.
Herefordshire Council deeply regrets the decision that Arena Leisure and Northern Racing has taken today to close the Hereford Racecourse.
Motorists and pedestrians in Ross-on-Wye are being advised that the entrance to the Red Meadow car park from Brookend Street will be closed for a week in August.
Four residents were the lucky recipients of a new Apple iPad, after participating in Herefordshire Council’s recent household travel survey.
School pupils at John Kyrle High School have been helping NHS Herefordshire’s health improvement professionals deliver some important lessons to younger children about keeping fit and healthy.
Having recently completed his final year at Whitecross High School, 15 year old Cameron Wood is eagerly awaiting a memorable summer with the results of his GCSE’s and both the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Schools have been celebrating their tremendous efforts in reducing energy and becoming more sustainable, at an event organised by Herefordshire Council this month.
At Hereford Magistrates Court on the 5 July, James Thomas Smith aged 55, of Hawthorn Lane, Newlands, Malvern was fined and given a three month curfew for rogue trader offences against an 87 year old gentleman from Cradley.
The Lord-Lieutenant of Herefordshire has paid tribute to the tens of thousands of people who turned out to give The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh a right Royal welcome.
Herefordshire Council is urging residents, particularly those who may have experienced flooding in the past, to make preparations following a weather warning from the Met Office this afternoon.
Herefordshire Council’s current partnership with Amey delivers a wide range of services which includes highways, parks, public rights of way, building services, technical consultancy, as well as a range of ancillary services such as catering and printing.
Herefordshire Council is reviewing the way affordable housing is allocated across the county and is asking all residents for their views on the best way to deal out housing to people on the housing register.
Herefordshire Council’s crematorium has donated a further £4,000 to another local charity, Cruse Bereavement Care Herefordshire.
NHS Herefordshire and Herefordshire Council are gathering views to find out how good health services are for people with learning disabilities in Herefordshire.
Herefordshire Council is urging residents, particularly those who may have experienced flooding in the past, to make preparations following a weather warning from the Met Office.
The heavy storms which crossed Herefordshire last week caused flash flooding to a number of properties and left a number of roads impassable.
The Queen’s diamond jubilee and the royal visit to Herefordshire are behind a county clean-up campaign being spearheaded by the Chairman of Herefordshire Council.
The Army is coming to Hereford on Wednesday, July 11, as part of the celebrations to mark Her Majesty The Queen’s visit on Herefordshire Diamond Day.
Details of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh’s visit to the county on Herefordshire Diamond Day, Wednesday, July 11, have been revealed.
A glossy souvenir guide looking forward to Herefordshire Diamond Day which casts an eye over Herefordshire happenings during the last 60 years has been published.
With 20,000 people expected to descend on Hereford’s King George V playing fields for Herefordshire Diamond Day, organisers have made arrangements to allow people to get into the city.
Pensioners Elizabeth Francis and Joan Lloyd will have a very special reason to celebrate Herefordshire Diamond Day next week, when The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh visit the county.