HEREFORD FC return to winning ways.
EVERY step children's physiotherapist Kezia Pugh takes on a gruelling 50-mile ultramarathon this weekend will be a harsh reminder of the young patients in Herefordshire living with a devastating muscle wasting condition.
The next market will be held on Friday, October 14th from 10 am until noon, in the Bredwardine & Brobury Village Hall. Originally the market was more social than market. Over the last months, our market has become well…
The Friends of St Andrew’s 100 Club draw will take place on Thursday, October 6th at 8pm in the Red Lion Inn, which is serving a delicious curry buffet for anyone who wants to eat before the draw. We look forward to seeing you at the event…
PLANS for a tram system in Hereford will be on display in the city centre tomorrow.
HEREFORD FC face Slimbridge tonight.
A SCHOOLBOY has won £250 worth of sporting equipment for his school by having his eye on the ball.
AN INQUEST was held in Hereford into the death of Stan Charity.
A COACH who showed thousands of youngsters how to find the back of the net has died aged 73.
FORMER Pegasus Juniors manager Chris Hyde has returned to the club as Anthony Robbins' right-hand man.
POLICE have released the images of four men they want to speak to in relation to an assault in Hereford.
LEOMINSTER got their season off to a flying start thanks to a thrilling 5-4 win over Stroud in North Division of the West Clubs' Women's Hockey League.
THE Forest of Dean half marathon event was yet again an enormous success with perfect weather conditions and the hundreds of runners being cheered on by members of the public, stewards and marshals.
WHITTON WI celebrated the national year of sport promoted by the National Women's Institute with an afternoon of activities. Some 6,300 WIs across the UK were challenged to get their local community involved in exercise.
A DANCE at Knighton Community Centre on September 23 and organised by Janet Thomas was a great success.
A HEROIC tale of a Second World War firefighter who helped stop a spread of explosions at a Hereford bomb making factory will be remembered at the city's fire station.
MARY Evans celebrated her 103rd birthday on September 20 at Kington Court Care Home receiving many cards and visits from friends and relatives at a party organised by her sister Elsie Lloyd aged 98.
VINTAGE vehicles descended on Wents Meadow at Presteigne last Sunday for an annual fundraising show with profits split between Wales Air Ambulance and the Midland Air Ambulance.
OXFORD historian Professor Clive Holmes's interest in heraldry has led him to the beautiful rural church of St Mary the Virgin in Bromesberrow Heath to view the two civil war banners held in the Yate Chapel.
A HEREFORD fish and chip shop has been named as one of the top 10 developing chippies in the country.
THE final plans to reduce duplication in health services across Herefordshire and Worcestershire will be revealed within the next two months.
GREYHOUND Ladies coach Chris Hales has targeted winning National Challenge Midlands Two (South) this season.
AN 18-YEAR-old Girl Guide had a life changing experience when she travelled to Vietnam.
LUCTONIANS are now up to sixth place in National League Two North after winning for the third time in four games.
HANDLING errors proved costly for Hereford as the Wyesiders slipped to their third defeat in four games at home to Wolverhampton on Saturday.
FREEMASONS have donated £2,500 to their local community first responders to help them buy the most up-to-date defibrillators.
AN 18th century manor house which is currently used as council offices has been put up for sale.