THE front page article “Jobs headache”, by Paul Broome (Hereford Times, September 17), highlighted employers’ concerns about a perceived shortage of local jobseekers to fill their current vacancies.
I AM glad that there was a good turnout for Herefordshire Festival of Sport but the running race left me disappointed and angry.
Brightwells report a brisk trade at their 17th annual sale for the Wales and Borders Registered Crossing Bluefaced Leicester Club.
AN opportunity to meet the managers who run the county's mental and social healthcare services in Herefordshire is on offer.
IT gets better and better for the One in Eight Appeal launched by the Hereford Times just over 13 weeks ago.
THE LEDBURY Poetry Festival is setting up what it calls "monthly poetry salons", with the first one set to take place this week.
THE fire-damaged building in Hereford's High Town could be redeveloped soon as the owners prepare to sell it.
A MEDIEVAL tradition is set to be revived in Leominster this month.
A VILLAGE green improvement scheme at Wellington Heath, near Ledbury, has won a national award and extra funding.
CHEERLEADERS from Miami welcomed wounded army veterans into Hereford High Town and performed at the Shirehall.
AN inspirational young Hereford boy is to appear with his family on a special episode of the Jeremy Kyle Show later this month.
SHOPPERS were targeted by a thief in Ross-on-Wye last week.
DURING h.Art week, Venue 87 Sculpture@Llangarron raffled a wonderful Herefordshire apple willow sculpture, donated by Andrew Roach of Showborough House.
DYMOCK Cricket Club will be in the mood to celebrate its 150th anniversary, having received a £75,000 windfall from Sport England, the maximum possible grant.
A WOMAN was checked over by a paramedic following a collision near Bromyard.
A TALK about the radical changes to churches under the Tudor monarchs will kick off the new programme for Leominster Historical Society.
SEVEN sheep were stolen from a field in Michaelchurch Escley.
TWO burglaries took place in Whitchurch near Ross-on-Wye.
A HEREFORD church is collecting items for refugees in Calais ahead of the winter months.
AN event celebrating some of the best Herefordshire food and drink will help to raise money for a church near Bromyard.
A HEREFORD pub is set to be transformed into a French bistro once again for a pop-up event.