- LEOMINSTER Brownies have been helping to preserve the memory of the town's fallen soldiers of the First World War.
- THE arrival of little baby Ronny was the fifth generation of one Herefordshire family.
- PRIME Lambs - 1064: SQQ. 162.7p. Euro at 90p but lamb trade still very selective. A lot at 45's at £75 is (166.6p) which lately is acceptable, just! But heavies reached £83 with best export to 187p, with all the best 170p plus. Every lamb average £69.38. A lot of good lambs with meat but farm assurance is important as home trade is quite powerful with the export trade, even with the Euro at 90p being very selective. October is the lowest month of the year for lamb trade and tha
- THIRD sale of ewe lambs and special sale of store lambs - 3732: A good entry of both ewe lambs and feeding lambs was met with a large crowd of purchasers and some excellent business carried out.
- THE Princess Royal flew in to Ross-on-Wye to visit two very different companies.
- A THREE-year-old girl fighting cancer for the second time has been offered life-saving treatment in America.
- POLICE are appealing for information to an incident involving three schoolchildren in Hereford.
- THE OVERALL winner of the 2016 Ledbury Poetry Festival competition reveals the international reach of the festival, because he is an American with a book in the pipeline from a prestigious publisher.
- A BEAUTY spot near Leominster – famed for its beautiful colours during the autumn months – has been nominated for an award.
- BROMSBERROW Primary hopes to transform a neglected area of land on the school site into a new play area for the community, and it is hoping that grant money can be provided from the Tesco's Bags of Help scheme.
- A GAS powered energy station which would provide extra electricity in peak times could be built in a residential street in Madley.
- THE Ledbury community will have three chances this November to pay respects to the town's fallen of the First World War, in what is a significant anniversary year.
- A LEARNER driver was caught drink driving more than twice over the legal limit following a 'severe' argument with her fiancée.
- A COUPLE who illegally converted a former county pub into their home have been fined by magistrates.
- MORE foster carers are being sought ahead of the arrival of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in the county.
- HEREFORDSHIRE Council’s Jack Pritchard has been named the Local Authority Building Control (LABC) Trainee of the Year.
- EIGHT young Herefordshire women have embarked on a gruelling ‘Canalathon’, a 35-mile endurance event in aid of Cancer Research and St Michael’s Hospice.
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Plaque to remember Herefordshire soldier's sacrifice to be unveiled next week
THE youngest soldier to have died in the Afghanistan conflict will be remembered in his home town this month when a plaque is unveiled in his honour. At 2.30pm on Saturday, October 29, a service will be held at St Peter's Church in Bromyard before a ...and more »
- THE youngest soldier to have died in the Afghanistan conflict will be remembered in his home town this month when a plaque is unveiled in his honour.
Council to explore whether relocation of Leominster Library would be 'financially viable' and useful to communityA BUSINESS case will be developed to see whether the relocation of Leominster Library to an extended leisure centre is ‘financially viable’ and useful to the community.
- Worcester Warriors fall to their second European Rugby Challenge Cup defeat with a disappointing loss against Brive.
- WITH sightings of ‘Killer Clowns’ on the up in Herefordshire, a professional clown living at Pembridge has hit out at the bizarre craze currently spreading across the country.
- A MAN was left speechless after being ordered to pay £365 following two incidents of being drunk and disorderly in Hereford City Centre.
- A SUPERMARKET in Leominster where shoppers have been locked out of their vehicles when their key fobs mysteriously jam has said it is working with its neighbours to ‘resolve the problem’.
- A MAN smashed the window of a house after becoming frustrated that one of its occupants owed him money.
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Former India cricketer to be guest speaker at Herefordshire Cricket Society
THERE will be an international flavour at the first meeting of the new season of the Herefordshire Cricket Society. The guest speaker will be Farokh Engineer, the Bombay born wicket keeper who was capped 46 times for India and represented the Rest Of ...
- A DISABLED man said he has been stuck inside his home after an eight-month wait for an outdoor wheelchair lift following a series of errors.
- POLICE say they are carrying out an ongoing speed gun campaign in Ledbury, and the issue of speeding will go to the top of the list for discussion at the next PACT meeting.
- A prisoner is given a whole-life tariff for murdering a fellow inmate at a high-security jail.
- The funeral is held of a bride who died a week into her honeymoon after "a possible reaction to eating fish".
- THE Blackfriars End could be redeveloped as part of the plans.
- COMEDIAN Omid Djalili has cancelled one of his two performances at Hereford’s Courtyard Theatre next week. The stand-up and acclaimed actor was due to perform on Monday and Tuesday as part of his 108-date tour of his brand new show, Schmuck For A Night.
- TWO soldiers stole more than £44,000 of equipment from the SAS headquarters near Hereford.
- A NEW production from Theatre Royal Bath Productions of Alan Ackybourn's Relatively Speaking comes to Malvern Theatres next week.
- Herefordshire Society magazine receives recognition at Midlands Media Awards
Don't be the last to know! Get the latest local news straight to your inbox. Sign up. NEWSQUEST journalists scooped one win and three highly commendeds at the Midlands Media Awards. Philippa May was among those recognised for her efforts with the ...
- NEWSQUEST journalists scooped one win and three highly commendeds at the Midlands Media Awards.
- ORCHESTRAS Live present Manchester Camerata at The Courtyard on Thursday, October 27.
- SPOOKY entertainment has been lined up in Ledbury, for Halloween.
- THE FA looking into four Hereford FC matches.
- A COUNCILLOR who passionately believes in the importance of mental health support in the workplace is continuing to push for an awareness day.
- A SPORTS shop chain exempt from charging for its carrier bags has introduced the measure anyway – to help raise funds for a Hereford hospice.
- HEAD to Kilverts in Hay-on-Wye on Monday, October 24 for a free taster session for beginners' jazz piano.
Series of stunning rare photographs documenting life in post-war Herefordshire preserved for future generations - Hereford TimesHereford Times
Series of stunning rare photographs documenting life in post-war Herefordshire preserved for future generations
A SERIES of stunning rare photographs documenting life in post-war Herefordshire have been preserved for future generations. Around 6,500 black and white images taken by C.H 'Tony' Williams in the 1940s have been digitised by county historian Derek ...
Series of stunning rare photographs documenting life in post-war Herefordshire preserved for future generationsA SERIES of stunning rare photographs documenting life in post-war Herefordshire have been preserved for future generations.
- FIVE went off on an adventure - into the depths of the Borneo jungle and way out of their comfort zone.
- THE next steps towards the delivery of a Southern Link Road – and the first phase of the Hereford bypass – have been approved.
- MORE than 1,000 food businesses will not be routinely inspected by the county’s food standards and hygiene service because they are rated as low risk.
- A HEREFORD grandfather has finished his mission to deliver his anti-fracking message to the Prime Minister.
- GOODRICH Castle was used as part of a special event to mark the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings.
- FARMERS David and Janet Legge have brought Old MacDonald's farm to life for generations of children over the past 30 years.
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