Resurfacing and associated works are due to be carried out on the B4224 between the east side of Mordiford Bridge and its junction with the C1297 to Woolhope.
Herefordshire Council is encouraging residents to have their say about how the story of the Masters House in Ledbury should be told.
Herefordshire Council is getting ready to repeat last year’s night-time noise response scheme, which will operate throughout the county every weekend from Friday 22nd June to Bank Holiday Monday 27th August inclusive.
Whitecross Hereford High School has scooped first prize in the Test of time (education) category at the 2012 British Council for School Environments (BCSE) awards for best practice in UK design and construction of schools.
Joseph Thomas Carter, 25, of Bullhurst, Bromyard and more recently Leominster, was sentenced to a term of 15 months imprisonment for four offences of fraud by false representation and one of an aggressive practice, in a case taken by Herefordshire Council’s Trading Standards Service this week (19 June – Worcester Crown Court).
Herefordshire Council are holding a public consultation event next month on the proposed development of the Broad Street area of Hereford.
As members of the British Medical Association prepare for a day of industrial action on Thursday, 21 June, the indication is that it will be business as usual across the majority of health services in Herefordshire and all emergency services will run as normal.
Herefordshire Council has reluctantly taken the decision to stop supplying black refuse sacks to residents this autumn.
Herefordshire Council’s cabinet has pledged to support the county’s most disadvantaged and vulnerable children, young people and families.
Members of the public are being invited to join Herefordshire Council at a flag raising ceremony on Monday, June 25, at 10.
More than 1600 of the county’s year six pupils are preparing to converge on Hereford Racecourse this month to learn some crucial skills to help them keep healthy and safe as they make the transition into secondary education.
Shoppers and visitors to Hereford city centre in recent years will have grown accustomed to the sentinel who stands at the entrance to Gaol Street car park.
The British Medical Association recently voted to take industrial action in response to the reforms to the pensions of their members, which include General Practitioners.
The proposed link road for Hereford will bring improved access across the city and will be the catalyst for major investment to bring regeneration opportunities and the creation of new community facilities.
With up to 20,000 people expected at Herefordshire Diamond Day organisers are working on detailed plans to ensure everyone can get to the King George V playing fields as easily as possible.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are set to receive a right royal welcome like no other when they visit Herefordshire Diamond Day.
Organisers of Herefordshire’s Diamond Day event in Hereford in July are hoping to attract a crowd of around 20,000 people to King George V playing fields.
Wednesday July 11 is set to be a day to remember for some very special local people who will be presented with Diamond Day awards for their outstanding contribution to their local community.
Herefordshire Diamond Day is set to explode in a myriad of sparkling colours and sounds representing all corners of the county in honour of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Herefordshire Council is encouraging disabled people across the county to get involved in marking International Day of Disabled People by helping to organise a series of themed events.
Dens are great places to read and hang out in, particularly if you’re a bear or a small child and caves make great dens! That’s the thinking behind a new book cave room which will be opened this week (15 June) at Herefordshire Council’s children’s centre in Ross-on-Wye.
The village of Dorstone in Herefordshire had much cause to celebrate this Jubilee weekend as residents and volunteers learned that their locally acclaimed Dorstone Front Room (DFR) has been honoured in The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services.
NHS Herefordshire is urging people to cover up and use insect repellent when out and about near watercourses as the Blandford fly returns to the county.
NHS Herefordshire is supporting a new national campaign to make people more aware of the key symptoms of lung cancer and improve earlier diagnosis in Herefordshire.