Herefordshire residents are advised that the Met Office has forecast potential heatwave conditions until the end of the week and has declared a Level 2 Heat-health alert.
This summer the amazing story of wool is explored in an exhibition in Hereford Art Gallery. For thousands of years sheep have thrived in this country and their wool has been an important commodity creating great wealth.
The Herefordshire Archive & Records Centre (HARC) has been acknowledged by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) by winning one of their West Midlands Regional Awards.
Engineers working to deliver faster fibre broadband across Herefordshire have overcome technical challenges to enable around 1,300 more homes and businesses in the heart of Ross-on-Wye to benefit from the ambitious Fastershire programme, partners Herefordshire Council and BT announced today.
The public’s views on Herefordshire’s highways and transport services will again be compared with others across England, through the National Highways and Transport Public Satisfaction survey.
From this weekend up to the end of August, noise officers from the environmental protection team will be out and about the county on Friday and Saturday nights as part of the launch of Herefordshire Summer Noise Awareness Campaign. Funded by a grant from the Police and Crime Commissioner, noise officers will be on call into the early hours of the morning monitoring noisy hot spots and investigating noise complaints.
The refurbishment of Hereford Butter Market is a step closer as Herefordshire Council select a preferred bidder for the redevelopment of the iconic Hereford building.
Pupils at Luston Primary School have designed a flag chosen to represent the county which formed part of a column where HRH the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William led a procession for the celebration of 800th anniversary of Magna Carta on 15 June.
Herefordshire Council has purchased Three Elms Trading Estate from the Homes and Communities Agency for £1.75m.
The Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT) has commended Herefordshire Council and Balfour Beatty Living Places for its approach to highway asset management.
Herefordshire Council has appointed Peter Robinson as the new director of resources following a competitive external recruitment process.
Herefordshire Council has re-launched its Public Green Spaces Community Grant Scheme to provide funding for local community groups to maintain and enhance the county’s green spaces.
The winners of this year’s Herefordshire Diamond County Awards were announced at a special ceremony at Hereford Town Hall on Tuesday 9 June.
A group of staff working for Balfour Beatty Living Places (BBLP) in Herefordshire is to embark on a 100-mile cycle ride to support families who have lost a young adult in an accident on the county’s roads.
Herefordshire Council is taking appropriate steps towards resolving the long standing disputes with its former contractor Amey, by taking the decision to authorise legal action to protect the council.
Herefordshire Council has delivered a significant underspend for the second year running in continuing challenging financial circumstances.
Adult day centres are a thing of the past as more adults choose to use personal budgets on a wider range of activities: Herefordshire Council wants to make sure there is a broad selection of activities and services available for people to choose from.
People in Herefordshire who are not physically active in their daily lives can benefit from an award from Sport England’s Get Healthy, Get Active fund. Herefordshire Council applied for the grant to promote the health benefits of physical activity and to grow the counties sport provision in order to encourage people to become more active.