Hereford, England Newswire

Hereford, England Newswire

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  1. Roundabout eviction 'no longer necessary'Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Hereford Times

    Samantha Lamputt was living in a tent on a roundabout in the middle of Herefordshire's busiest road junction. Photo: James Maggs Dean Hulse, prosecuting on behalf of the local authority, withdrew an application to force unauthorised camper to leave the Edgar Street roundabout in Hereford, stating that it was 'no longer necessary'.

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  2. Vision to turn area of Hereford into student residential area with...Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Hereford Times

    A HIDDEN corner of Hereford city centre could be turned into a student residential area offering locally produced niche food outlets. The Berrington Street regeneration area is one of several that have been put forward by Herefordshire Council to potential investors as ideas for the future of the city.

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  3. Pub owner's frustration at planned closure of part of Ledbury RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Ledbury Reporter

    A PUB owner has expressed his frustration at the planned closure of part of the main road between Hereford and Ledbury . Charles Duncan, landlord of the Crown and Anchor in Lugwardine , is convinced more could have been done to aid surrounding companies, particularly by Herefordshire Council , while the works take place on the A438.

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  4. Dig begins at fire-damaged buildings in High TownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 21 | Hereford Times

    Digs are carried out at building sites within the medieval walls of the city as the zone is one of only five Areas of Archaeological Importance in the country. Andy Boucher from Headland Archaeology said: "There are very few holes that are dug in the city that don't have some observation or other.

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  5. CRICKET: HCS win thrilling final to mark 180 years of cricketed at old Ledbury CC siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 21 | Hereford Times

    HEREFORD Cathedral School Under-13s won a thrilling cup final against John Masefield to mark the end of 180 years of cricket at the old Ledbury CC pitch. The last game at the old ground saw Hereford Cathedral School narrowly win by two runs to claim the Richard Wydenbach Cup.

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  6. Hereford Indie Food is back with DJ sets from Foals and Mystery JetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 20 | Ledbury Reporter

    HEREFORD Indie Food is back this August bank holiday for its second year with a line-up including DJ sets from Foals and Mystery Jets. The festival was launched last year in the car park behind Burger Shop and The Bookshop in Aubrey Street in Hereford, led by Dorian Kirk, Jon Stead and Edwin Kirk from The Rule of Tum.

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  7. This week's Hereford Times lettersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 20 | Hereford Times

    Urban pest IS anyone in the city taking responsibility for the plague of urban gulls? As you can see from my photograph this is a scene at the newly refurbished Wetherspoon garden. They hover and wait until a table is vacated and then devour the leftovers.

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  8. Woman pushed to the floor during Hereford robberyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Evesham Journal

    A WOMAN was pushed to the floor by two men before her purse was taken during a robbery in Hereford. Police are asking for help from the public to find those responsible for the robbery which happened between 6.40pm and 7.05pm last Wednesday in an alleyway close to Widemarsh Common, off Grandstand Road.

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  9. Robbery in HerefordRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Hereford Times

    A WOMAN was pushed to the floor by two men before her purse was taken during a robbery in Hereford. Police are asking for help from the public to find those responsible for the robbery which happened between 6.40pm and 7.05pm last Wednesday in an alleyway close to Widemarsh Common, off Grandstand Road.

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  10. Youngsters pay tribute to Paralympic star Sascha Kindred at Herefordshire School GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Ledbury Reporter

    With Weobley Primary School providing a water themed opening dance the focus moved onto Enola Holt from Burghill Primary Academy who told the 1,700 young people about how Sascha's visit to her school had such an impact on her, helping her to develop her confidence and by now trying to live Sascha's words of "Dreams truly are what you make of them." With other schools recounting how the 63 time medallist had influenced and inspired the young people, it was left to Hursty from Free Radio to thank Sascha on behalf of the whole county.

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  11. Hereford BID is addressing gull rubbish problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 13 | Hereford Times

    GULLS have been causing a nuisance in Hereford city centre by splitting open rubbish bags and scattering litter across the street. HBID's operations and marketing manager, Mike Truelove, said: "It really upsets people as there is rubbish strewn across High Town.

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  12. Busy Hereford road to be closed for almost a monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Hereford Times

    The A438 Ledbury Road will be closed between the bridge over the River Lugg near Lugwardine and Netherwood Lane, opposite the Cock of Tupsley, from July 31 to August 25. Western Power Distribution , the company responsible for the county's electricity distribution, said work is needed to repair and strengthen the base of the road as part of a project to protect an electricity cable which supplies power to 8,000 people in Hereford.

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  13. This week's Hereford Times lettersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Ledbury Reporter

    Cider champ MANY tributes have been made to Paul Keetch and his work as Liberal MP for Hereford and South Herefordshire over 13 years up to 2010, but no mention has been made of his outstanding support for the cider industry which is so important to the county's economy. Within a month of entering Parliament, Paul had achieved two objectives which his predecessors had all ignored: He set up the Parliamentary Cider Group to lobby government on behalf of the industry and he persuaded the Commons catering committee to include draught cider in its bars.

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  14. Teen has big ambitions after thrilling border rideRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 1 | Hereford Times

    JOSH Sandman sent another message to the cycling world after playing a major role in the latest national series round which finished in Grosmont. The Monmouthshire Junior Grand Prix saw riders travel from across the UK to compete over 75 miles around the Welsh border including a finishing loop around the Herefordshire village.

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  15. Criminal behaviour order amended following stint in rehabRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 30 | Ledbury Reporter

    Elaine Brookes, 42, appeared at Herefordshire Magistrates Court and pleaded guilty to breaching a criminal behaviour order, which was given to her in December 2015. She had entered Whittern Way in Tupsley, Hereford on two occasions in June, which she was prohibited from doing so by the order.

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  16. Hereford BID awards: "Cargill is one of the largest brands you have never heard of"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 30 | Ledbury Reporter

    HEREFORDSHIRE is well known for many things but sometimes we forget that it's a major producer of fresh Red Tractor British Chicken destined for some of the country's largest Retailers and Foodservice companies via Cargill. Mary Thompson, Managing Director, said "The reason is simple, Cargill is one of the largest brands you have never heard of because we are a business to business brand; we make products for well-known consumer brands right here in Hereford."

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  17. 'Miracle man' dragged beneath lorry thanks lifesaver in emotional reunionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 30 | Evesham Journal

    Danny Thomas saved Gordon Barrington's life after spotting him trapped around a lorry's axle on Hereford's Newmarket Street SURVIVOR of a nightmare accident in Hereford earlier this year, Gordon Barrington has met the "hero" whose split-second actions saved his life. The 56-year-old Hereford man had been wedged beneath the axle of a lorry in busy traffic in the city centre when Danny Thomas last saw him.

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  18. Top Gear comes to Hampton BishopRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 29 | Hereford Times

    Organisers were blessed with wonderful weather and a record attendance. Vast quantities of refreshments were consumed, and the stalls did a roaring trade.

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  19. Efforts underway for lasting memorial to soldier given highest award for bravery almost a century agoRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 25 | Ledbury Reporter

    STRENUOUS efforts are underway for a lasting memorial to a soldier killed almost a century ago who remains Herefordshire's only county-born recipient of this country's highest award for bravery. Lance Corporal Allan Leonard Lewis, a 23-year-old carpenter's son from Whitney-on-Wye, was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for his extraordinary acts of courage on the frontline during the final months of the First World War which cost him his life.

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  20. Saving a Post Office, opening a pub and putting on a show: All in a day's work for one county residentRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 25 | Evesham Journal

    IN just two years since returning to the UK Bernadette Dalingwater has saved a village Post Office, re-opened a vacant pub and planned a Shirley Valentine show at The Courtyard . She returned from Canada after 40 years away in May 2015 and moved to the north Herefordshire village of Weobley with her husband, John, and one of her two daughters, Phoenix.

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