Paralympic athlete Josie Pearson on the car crash which killed her boyfriend and paralysed her
As part of the All Wales Seatbelt Campaign, the gold-medal athlete says she will "live with the horrific consequences of that day every day of my life" Eleven years ago Paralympian Josie Pearson's world was torn apart when she was paralysed in a car crash which killed her boyfriend.
CYCLISTS and Hereford United fans are being invited to take on one big bike ride next month.
The Hereford United Big Bike Race aims to raise money for the Hereford United Community Trust.
Hay Bike Fest is returning for a second year this April.
PROVING there is more to the town than books, Hay -on-Wye is set to host its second bike festival this spring.
As he acquired more and more books, he got into the habit of awarding his children prizes for finding new places to put them.
Pony is anatomically painted by Golden Valley Pony Club members
MEMBERS of the Golden Valley Hunt branch of the Pony Club got together over half term in Clifford village hall with members' Fern and Clover Thomas' pony 'Mickey', and with the help of Hay -on-Wye vet, Barny Sampson, Mickey was painted from head to tail in poster paints to illustrate bones, organs, muscles and ligaments.
The Saracen's Head pub is up for sale. (4196654)Picture by James Maggs.
The sale includes two bars, a meeting room, seven bedrooms and a skittle alley and, according to the estate agent, would be an "ideal corporate and investment proposition".
A Great Welsh Adventure With Griff Rhys Jones
Series in which Griff Rhys Jones explores his native land. In the last of the series, Griff is in Hay-on-Wye, where he discovers his challenge is to swim wild in a mountain lake.
Changes for Hay-on-Wye's Additional Learning Needs youngsters
BIG changes in the way children with Additional Learning Needs are educated in Hay -on-Wye are being planned from September.
Live blog: Herefordshire Flood Watch - Friday
The forecast isn't a great deal better for the weekend so make sure you take care when out and about.
Number of people in debt on the rise in St Albans
Hay -on-Wye residents struggling to pay their rent are being urged to apply for new funding aimed at making up the difference.