Recovery under way in parts of Herefordshire as response continues
Support announced for affected communities
Herefordshire is experiencing significant and widespread flooding. Please avoid any unnecessary travel and do not enter flood water.
Support announced for affected communities
Christmas can be a difficult time for those affected by homelessness.
Keep Herefordshire Warm is participating in a national campaign to keep people warm and safe at home this Fuel Poverty Awareness Day (29 November).
Nominate a Herefordshire carer for a David Price Award today!
Local people are being encouraged to help tackle homelessness by taking part in Herefordshire Council’s Homelessness Prevention & Rough Sleeper Strategy consultation.
If you know a Herefordshire carer who has helped to change someone’s life - nominate them for a David Price Award
Herefordshire Council today voted to adopt a new Taxi Policy, which includes a mandatory training element for new and existing drivers in relation to safeguarding.
Herefordshire Council's adoption service joins Central England partnership
Could you help change a child’s future?
Herefordshire has been selected by the Government’s Digital Catapult initiative to devise and pilot a brand new technical solution to improve the lives of elderly people in the county.
Age UK in Ross-on-Wye have teamed up with Herefordshire Council’s Fastershire project to help to get more people online in south Herefordshire.
Ofsted’s latest review highlights significant improvements in Herefordshire Council’s children’s services
Herefordshire Council is looking for big hearted residents who are willing to open their homes to people who need support
Herefordshire Council launches funding for young carers support groups
Volunteers at St Peter’s shelter are providing a safe place to stay for rough sleepers this winter
Information and advice on saving money and keeping warm in the home will be available to Herefordshire residents through an energy advice pop-up shop in the Old Market, Hereford on 25 and 26 of January.
Statement regarding the children's services extraordinary meeting that was held on Friday 18 January 2019
300 households in rural and urban areas of Herefordshire and Shropshire are set to benefit from Warm Homes Grants to install efficient affordable heating.
Herefordshire Council has issued a statement in response to two court judgments relating to the council's children's services
Volunteers from the care community will be showing off their dancing skills in Hereford on Saturday 8 December
Herefordshire Council has approved an action plan to ensure the continued improvement of its children’s services
Council approves new care leaver’s council tax discount
On-the-day interviews will be on offer from a number of employers at a joint health and social care recruitment event, which takes place on Friday 28 September
A new website has been launched to recruit social care workers.
Ofsted’s report findings support Herefordshire Council’s priority to keep children and young people safe
Carers share their experience for Shared Lives week
At least 260 cases in Herefordshire already this year
The new features will help residents to meet their health and wellbeing needs
Council receives judgment from Family Court
Health and care leaders set their priorities to maximise health benefits
Council response to the news of additional funding for Herefordshire
The county’s looked after children and young people can now easily express their views
Partner organisations worked together to keep local residents safe
Council joins national initiative to encourage qualified social workers to return to the profession
Care Quality Commission publishes its latest inspection figures
Government funding to support vulnerable residents is delayed
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester meets children and foster carers at Hereford Town Hall
Blandford fly cases reported in Herefordshire
Nominations for the 2017 David Price Award are now open
The county’s Healthwatch service is changing
Naloxone can help to prevent drug related deaths
Council to develop new approach to improve services for residents
Keep Herefordshire Warm is urging residents to use the Gas Safe check service.
Update on work supporting Syrian refugees and asylum seekers.
Consultation on phased reduction of services
Award of £285,500 has been given from the Department of Health to help residents with learning disabilities
Provisional local government finance settlement prior to full budget setting in February
Herefordshire Safeguarding Children Board publish a serious case review report
Get involved to help shape the future of local health and care services
Early years services consultation opens
Highlights from the annual fostering report
Herefordshire Council is making mental health awareness a priority
Mental health to be a full year-round focus
Updates on 1 Ledbury Road in Hereford, including council statements, FAQs, meeting minutes and relevant information.
Consultation available until Wednesday 31 August 2016
Service providers encouraged to attend home care networking event
Those who register to the scheme will be able to receive additional support
Your views needed to ensure residents live healthy, happy and independent lives within our local communities
Decision be referred back to Cabinet to be reconsidered
The new quality assurance framework will ensure that appropriate high quality care and support services meet the individual needs of the county’s adults
Existing service level to be maintained from 1 April 2016 onwards
Around 40% of all deaths in England are related to behaviour
Levy for Herefordshire residents is to rise by an average of 3.8% from April 2016
Levy for Herefordshire residents is to rise by 3.9% in 2016/17
Views needed on proposed changes to the way we charge for care and support
Issued on behalf of the Alzheimer's Society