New plan to transform Herefordshire’s children’s services
Improvement Plan aims to re-set the future of Herefordshire’s children’s services
New community grants look to improve overall wellbeing
Local community and voluntary groups are invited to apply for grants to support activities that improve wellbeing following the impact of Covid-19
Halo Leisure and Herefordshire Council are giving every adult who can’t swim the chance to learn for free
Any adult (aged 16 or over) that is currently unable to swim the length of a pool is being offered the opportunity to learn to swim for free, at Halo pools in the county.
It’s time to apply for your child’s secondary school place
Herefordshire Council’s secondary school admissions process opens for applications from Monday 6 September
You wait until the weekend for a day of free bus travel – then two come along at once
Enjoy free weekend bus travel throughout the county
Broadband Boost for Bovine Business
Showle Court, a working dairy farm in Monkhide, is the latest Herefordshire property to gain access to a new gigabit capable broadband connection.
Scheme to provide flats for homeless people in Hereford officially opens
The White Cross scheme in Hereford has officially opened and customers have started to move in.
Farmer sent to prison for breaching banning order
A farmer from the Forest of Dean has been sent to prison and banned from owning animals for life
Have your say: Council launches 2022/23 budget consultation
Consultation will hear views on the budget and Council Tax proposals.
Pupils prepare to head back to school safely
Schools, colleges and nurseries across Herefordshire will continue to have safety measures in place this September.
Solar panels and LED lighting to help cut Carbon emissions at Widemarsh Children’s Centre
Widemarsh Children’s Centre is set to benefit from reduced carbon emissions thanks to new solar panels and LED lighting – just one element of Herefordshire Council’s campaign to get the county to carbon zero by 2030.