German twin town hits 25-year mark

German twin town hits 25-year mark

The Mayor of Hereford Coun Len Tawn (centre) with the Mayoress Jenny Tawn, Geoff Rawcliffe (left) Chair of the City of Hereford Twinning Association and Coun. Steffen Schenk (right) representing the Mayor of Dillenburg in Germany, with other members of

The Mayor of Hereford Coun Len Tawn (centre) with the Mayoress Jenny Tawn, Geoff Rawcliffe (left) Chair of the City of Hereford Twinning Association and Coun. Steffen Schenk (right) representing the Mayor of Dillenburg in Germany, with other members of

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MORE than 50 German visitors from Hereford’s twin town Dillenburg got a guided tour of the Old Market as part of the celebrations marking the 25-year relationship.

A small town famed for its mining and place on the Timber Frame Road – similar to Herefordshire’s Black and White Trail – Dillenburg signed a twinning charter with Hereford in 1989.

This visit is the latest in a series of exchanges with the town – that have included sports matches and musical groups – with residents and town councillors being hosted by members of the City of Hereford Twinning Association.

Later this year, those members will be going on a similar trip of their own; visiting Vierzon in central France to mark the 20-year anniversary of its twinning status.

There are still vacancies for the tour – for more information contact Christine Iliff at 89 Ross Road, Hereford.

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