Thursday Aug 28
Renowned tenor adds support to Splash! appeal
IN their 25th anniversary year, Herefordshire's community music charity The Music Pool is delighted to have secured the support of a major musical talent in the shape of tenor Ian Storey.
Thursday Aug 28
Family thank Megan Baker House for helping their son
THE family of a three-year-old boy who nearly died after being kicked by a horse have thanked a county charity for helping him on the road to recovery.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Hereford woman praises "ice bucket challenge" for raising awareness of disease that killed her dad
TWO Herefordshire women have praised the social media "ice bucket challenge" which has raised more than half a million pounds for the charity fighting the disease that killed their dads.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
The Free Dictionary
Potato Chips First Prepared
A potato chip is a thin slice of potato that is deep fried or baked until crunchy.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Triumph for 19-year-old Leominster student as Herefordshire watermelons go on sale
HEREFORDSHIRE might be well-known for its apples and cattle but the county now has a new claim to fame - as home of English watermelons.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
WORLD-RENOWNED tenor, Ian Storey will raise the vaults of Leominster Priory next month.
Mr Storey, who lives in Herefordshire when not touring, will sing from his captivating repertoire and recount anecdotes of the extraordinary life that has led him to be dubbed 'the Billy Elliot of Opera'.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
This Is Lancashire
UK-grown watermelons set for shops
A UK supermarket is to stock home-grown watermelons for the first time following a successful crop nurtured by a 19-year-old agriculture student.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
From Caernarvon Ironopolis to Mumbles Albion and the Rechabites......
Caernarvon Ironopolis, Mumbles Albion and the Rechabites... they are just three of the evocative names of some of Wales' forgotten football teams being commemorated in a new online photograpahic exhibition.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Dog behaviourist to hold surgery at Risbury Village Hall
A COUNTY man who believes he has the skills to help troublesome dogs is to hold a surgery near Leominster .
Fire stations could save on business rates to keep full-time cover in the county
FIRE stations could have their business rates waived to keep two-crew full time fire and rescue cover in the county.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
THE front counters at all the market town police stations in Herefordshire are
West Mercia Police has confirmed the desks at Bromyard, Kington, Ledbury, Leominster and Ross on-Wye will be removed from the beginning of September and replaced with an intercom system, connecting the public to a "call-taker" For Ledbury Town Councillor and trader, Annette Crowe, who has been instrumental in re-establishing regular PACT meetings ... (more)
Wed Aug 13, 2014
a Man was assaulted and allegedly threatened with a baseball bat in Leominster.
The 59-year-old sustained minor injuries following the altercation that happened on a walkway in Ryelands Road, near Marches Vets, at 5.30pm on Tuesday, August 5. A 46-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of assault by actual bodily harm and has been released on police bail pending further enquiries.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Front desks at seven Herefordshire police stations to close
West Mercia's police and crime commissioner Bill Longmore who said the force may look a sharing resources with partners West Mercia Police has today confirmed the desks at Bromyard , Kington , Ledbury , Leominster and Ross -on-Wye will be taken away from the beginning of next month.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Your views wanted on draft Leominster Area Neighbourhood Plan
LEOMINSTER residents have had their first glimpse of a neighbourhood plan which sets out what developments should take place in the area over the next 20 years.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Changes to Herefordshire bus services
An alternative service to Kingsland , Pembridge and Shobdon provided by revised services 494, 495 and 496.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
Herefordshire project promotes the value of orchards
Guests dancing in the University of Oxford Botanic Garden, including the Lord-Lieutenant of Oxfordshire and the Deputy Lord Mayor of Oxford.
a Group of angry passengers prevented a train leaving Hereford Railway Station.
British Transport Police were needed on Saturday night when six people prevented the train doors from closing and stopped the 21.48 service from continuing on its journey to Cardiff.