BESTSELLING author Salley Vickers, whose first novel, Miss Garnet’s Angel, became an international bestseller, has worked as a teacher of literature and Jungian psychologist and has lectured widely on the subjects of literature, psychology,…
Earlier, United midfielder Harry Pell left Edgar Street to join Cambridge United on a month's loan.
A group of Hereford pensioners unhappy at the service of their housing provider have ditched national contractors for county ones.
HEREFORD Gilbert and Sullivan Society take to the stage later this month with their production of Iolanthe, the story of a fairy who committed the capital offence of marrying a mortal.
HERE’S a policy for Jesse Norman MP to mull over. It is a modern fairytale, and shows the way it should be.
ST MARGARET’S CHOIR - The choir is looking for new members. Whether you sing bass, tenor, alto or soprano, you would be more than welcome to come along and see if you enjoy it – there is no formal audition. It is not essential to read music and…
BINGO - Weobley High School PTFA invites all to the family Easter bingo tomorrow (Friday), at 6.30pm (eyes down 7pm). For further information please contact Weobley High School.
COUNTRY MARKET - On March 31, 10am to noon at Vowchurch Village Hall, find all the best produce from the Golden Valley including eggs, spring lamb, organic veg, apple juice, bread and cheese, pies and preserves.
GARDEN CLUB - The garden club will meet on Tuesday, at 8pm, in the village hall.
PARISH COUNCIL MEETING - Tonight, at 7.30pm in the village hall.
CEILIDH - There will be a ceilidh at the Lady Emily Hall at 7.30pm on Saturday, led by Heather George, from Yarkhill. Beginners welcome. Wine and other refreshments willbe available throughout the evening. Tickets will be £3 at the door.
ANNIVERSARY - Next Wednesday marks the 70th anniversary of a wartime cross-channel raid which saw the death of a promising county soldier. Guardsman Frederick Lewis was never found following Operation Chariot at St Nazaire in France on March 28,…
SPLASHING SUCCESS - Until recently, toads and newts were frequently found making their home in the dark corners of the PE shed at Shobdon Primary School. That has all changed now with the opening of a fantastic new wildlife pond area, created with…
Royal Mail has stepped into the row over Hereford Futures’ controversial £20 million link road.
POETRY CAFE - Published poet Rose Flint will be at the Assembly Rooms on March 31 at 8pm to head the bill in an evening of poetry and music. Rose Flint is a poet and artist and her writing reflects her love of earth and her interest in Celtic…
LENT LUNCH - Tomorrow (Friday), at noon, there will be a Lent lunch at Wanaki, Burley Gate (next to the Post Office). The host will be Audrey Nunn. No fixed price for admission but donations will go to severely disabled children in Afghanistan.…
BINGO - The Friends of Marden Primary School host a bingo night tomorrow (Friday) in Marden Primary School. Doors open 6.30pm and eyes down 7pm. Refreshments will be served. There are prizes to be won and everyone is welcome.
MEETING - The next meeting of the Mothers’ Union will take place at the vicarage at Credenhill at 7.30pm on Tuesday. The subject will be “getting to know the new vicar”.
MARKET - The Village Market takes place tomorrow in Much Birch Community Hall between 2.30pm and 4.30pm. Dan will be coming along to sharpen knives and garden tools. Much Birch WI has a bookstall, raising money for the Cobalt Trust, its charity of…
FLICKS IN THE STICKS - Presents Jane Eyre (PG), at the village hall tomorrow (Friday).
EASTER BINGO - In the parish hall next Thursday, March 29. Children are welcome and there will be a best crown competition and lots of prizes. Eyes down at 7.30pm.
SENIOR GOLFERS - Knighton senior golfers held their official Captain’s drive last Wednesday. This year’s Captain Brian Jones welcomed everyone to the event, for supporting him, and aid he hoped everyone enjoyed the season and managed to reduce…
MUSIC - You are invited to come and sing of Faure’s Requiem at St Mary’s Church in Kington on March 31. Registration is at 2.30pm with a workshop from 3-5pm with Kington Choral Society music director Roger Langford. There will then be a…
CONCERT - Kingsland Church Choir will perform Faure’s Requiem in Kingsland Church at 6.30pm on Sunday.
A band that's recently been signed to major music publisher ASongs and attracted the attention of Radio 2 will be playing at The Globe at Hay on Saturday, March 31.
ORCHESTRA - Goodrich Holiday Orchestra is looking for more members. Anyone who can play violin or viola from grade five upwards is invited to join the group. Call 01260 408165 for details.
ON Wednesday at 7pm, Hereford Cathedral School and Friends, supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, will be performing the largest ticketed community concert Hereford Cathedral has held in years.
FAREWELL TO HOMOEOPATH - Colleagues at Hereford Centre for Natural Health recently said farewell to Jill Etheridge, who has been a homoeopath and healer there for almost 24 years. At a bring-and-share supper and gift presentation there was much…
BLAKE’s nationwide search for local choirs to join them as part of their An Evening with Blake tour has been such a huge success that the group has to decided to search for choirs to join the 2012 Love Lifts Us Up tour.
PARISH COUNCIL - The March meeting heard that the date for the Diamond Jubilee event has now been moved to June 4. Ewyas Harold will be notified that its Community Technology Grant application for equipment to be used in the Horsecroft Community…
Hereford United midfielder Harry Pell has been loaned out to Blue Square Premier outfit Cambridge United.
FIREFIGHTERS put out a hedge fire in Kington yesterday.
SPORT RELIEF - The Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile at Eardisley Tennis Club on Sunday is set to be an unforgettable day. All the money raised by the public will help people living unimaginably tough lives across the UK and in some of the world’s…
COUNCIL - The next parish council meeting is today (Thursday) at 7.30pm in the village hall.
GREY WOLF- Enjoy American old time country music with Grey Wolf, featuring Jim Allen and Martin Thomas with support set from Bandangle, led by Andy Davies, on Saturday at the Cedar Hall. Doors open at 7pm for 7.30pm start. Cabaret seating and bar.
CAR BOOTS - Sales start again on Sunday at Credenhill Social and Sports Club. £5 per boot. Sellers from 8am, buyers 9am. For further detail, call 760600 or 760153.
A CAR collided with a tree in Whitchurch yesterday.
HEREFORD POLICE CHOIR - The choir gives a charity concert in All Saints’ Church on Saturday at 7.30pm. Tickets, £7.50, are available from 01981 250497 or 250285.
BONUS BALL - Judith Farrow won £25 with number 33 on March 10. Paul Harris won £25 with number 15 on March 17.
HANDBELL CONCERT- On Saturday, Burghill and Tillington Handbell Ringers hold a concert in the Simpson Hall at 7.30pm. They will play a varied programme of light music and have also invited Stretton School Handbell group and vocalist Abi Corre,…
PEOPLE in Hereford are sure to be laughing in the aisles in May as The Courtyard hosts CourtLaughing, a three-day comedy festival running from May 25 to 27.
HEREFORD Racecourse is one of the venues to be visited by a runner on a mission for Sports Relief.
ILLUSTRATED TALK - On Wednesday at 7.30pm in Bodenham Chapel, enjoy Travels With a Camera – A Look Back at 2011, Part 2. Admission £2.50. Proceeds in aid of Hope Carriers Trust. Call Dave Hill on 01568 797531 for details.
QUIZ – On Monday, the Friends of Bosbury School will be holding a quiz night at the Bell Inn. £5 per team of four, with all proceeds in aid of the school. Take your seats at 7.30pm for the fun to start at 8pm.
VILLAGE LOTTERY - On March 10, Lyne and John Burwood won £25 with number 33. On March 17, John Macklin won £25 with number 15.
COUNCIL - Ashperton Parish Council will meet in the village hall at 7.30pm on Tuesday. All parishioners are welcome.
FLOWERS - A flower arranging class under tutor Edna Hughes, will be held in St Mary's Church on Wednesday, 10am to 12.30pm.
THE chancellor could have done more to support business confidence and growth - that's the view of Mike Ashton, of Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce.
A space rocket caused a stir when it landed in Hereford city centre.
IN his blog this week, Hereford Times senior reporter Paul Rogers pays tribute to everyone who helped save footballer Fabrice Muamba's life.