More than 110 local businesses are set to be helped by business grants - creating around 80 new jobs – after the Department for Communities and Local Government pledged to boost Herefordshire’s Business Enterprise Fund by a further £260,000.
Councillor Russell B Hamilton has decided to resign as member for Pontrilas Ward, with effect from midnight on 1 October 2013.
A fantastic milestone has been reached this week in Herefordshire with the 50th neighbourhood area to be designated within the county and the 60th application to have been submitted.
As the nights draw in and there is a distinct chill in the air, it appears that autumn is upon us.
Herefordshire Council is delighted to be hosting this quarter’s important English Severn and Wye Regional Flood and Coastal Committee (RFCC) meeting.
The Waste report scheduled for the cabinet meeting on Friday 4 October has had to be postponed.
Hoarwithy Bridge, which has been under traffic management for over six months whilst carriageway repairs were undertaken, has now reopened to traffic.
Herefordshire Council’s Cabinet met on Thursday 19 September 2013, to discuss the future of the county’s museums, libraries and customer service centres.
Herefordshire Council will close the temporary car park in Blackfriars Street on Tuesday 1 October after the re-opening of the newly refurbished Garrick House multi-storey car park.
The future of the Buttermarket was considered by Herefordshire Council at the cabinet meeting on 19 September
First Enterprise Zone construction contract goes to Herefordshire firm.
A rare volume of maps which depict the county’s Hampton Court estate during the 17th and 18th centuries is returning to Herefordshire.
The England Illegal Money Lending Team in partnership with Herefordshire Council and other local partners is to launch a countywide ‘Bite Back’ campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of loan sharks.
A new 70-place children’s nursery has opened in Hereford in order to meet an anticipated surge in demand for places for two-year-olds.
Herefordshire Council is backing the national Stoptober campaign to help residents stop smoking.
Herefordshire Council’s innovative language service is now expanding to provide services across Gloucestershire and is looking for additional interpreters and translators.
Do you know your Common Puffball from your Turkey Tail? Come along to Queenswood Country Park to find out more!
The barriers will be coming down at the newly refurbished Garrick House multi-storey car park tomorrow afternoon, Friday 13 September after a 26 week closure.
From 1 September 2013 Herefordshire Council is changing its stray dog collection service and will no longer operate an out-of-hours stray dog collection service in the county on weekends or after 5pm weekdays.
New service contracts for the county commenced this week (September 1) after Herefordshire Council announced in July it would be awarding new contracts for its highways and streets services, building cleaning services and building repairs and maintenance services.
People who use commercial vehicles and trailers to take rubbish and recycling to the county’s household recycling centres will see a change in the way permits are issued starting October 1, 2013.
Herefordshire Council is asking residents to help petition for a fair share of funding in rural areas from central government.
Herefordshire Council is consulting on possible changes to its school transport policy from Wednesday 4 September to Friday 18 October.