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Year 11 team: Back row from left: Naomi Banks-Martin, Amy Barber, Isi Mackintosh, Millie Whitlock, Caitlin Quinlan- Langford and Harriet Aubery Front row from left: Lowri Williams, Jess Element, Ellen Blackwell, Sophie Jarvis, Lizzie Jeffryes, Lia Nutall

JKHS play hockey at Clifton College in the West of England Preliminaries

Owner Jemima Alexander outside the Duck's Nest in Presteigne by the French menu

Duck’s Nest Restaurant pays tribute to French people

Some of Lea C E Primary School visit Bradley Farm, near Mitcheldean

School's field trip to Bradley Farm

The photograph, taken in front of Mr and Mrs David Williams’ Fowler ploughing engines shows Mr Jason Dennis from the County Air Ambulance receiving the cheque from the vice-chairman Mr Geoff Atkins. Also there were from left Mr N Hammond, Mr H Harper, M

Three Cocks Vintage Society helps charities

Hope Support Services are delighted to accept donation from Persimmon Homes

Hope Support Services receive cash boost from leading builder

The Bredenbury Primary School Christmas market promises to be a popular event

Enterprising Bredenbury youngsters step up production for their Christmas fair

Some of the many children with Santa at the event

Christmas fair raises funds for Knighton Macmillan

Some of the people who attended the superhero party at New Radnor with Dai the dragon

A 'super' time for the students at New Radnor

Withington Wasps U11 team for the 2015/2016 season.

Withington under 11s receive new football kit

Subway judge, Andrea Fleck with Jordan Beatson, Nathan Priday, and Matthew Morris and subway judge, Jit Patel

Wigmore High School students take third place in Design a Sub Competition

Some of the exhibitors with their hot-air engine models all working

A breath of hot air at the Waterworks Museum in Hereford

Edward, at the summit

Teenager overcomes fear to buy toilets for poor countries

Knighton youngsters raising money for Children in Need (from left) Bobbie-Leigh, Yasmin, Seren, Ruby, Pippa, Mercedes, Chloe, Zac,, front Maddy, Archie and Betsy.

Knighton youngsters raising money for Children in Need

Preparing the shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child at Gladestry are (back row) Eva, Isabelle, Ben, (front) Logan, Callum and Tabi.

Gladestry Christmas shoe box appeal

Fom left Daisy Wood, James Dowdall and Lilly Wood prepare for bingo at Bromesberrow

Bromesberrow bingo for charity

Jack in the Box nursery proprietor Jackie Barratt as Elsa with Harriet Jordan dressed as Rapunzel

Bosbury nursery dresses up for a good cause

Jamie Licence and his son, Rhys completes the challenge

Walking to work for Children In Need

Staff at Boots in Knighton with some of the food on offer for customers. From left, Rafia Jamil, Chloe Jones, Wendy Aynsleigh, Tess Limberg, Deb Marpole and Rachel Worsley.

Boots in Knighton raises funds for Children In Need

Staff at Specsavers in Maylord Orchard raising money for Children in Need

Opticians in pyjamas raise funds for Children In Need

All set for another historic walk. Photo: Jean Wynne-Jones

Herefordshire Archaeology celebrates 200th Historic Landscape Walk

From left: Lucie Stephens of New Economics Foundation, Dr Simon Lennane, Debbie Birch of the Elmley Foundation

Elmley Foundation take the led in promoting the arts to improve health and wellbeing

From left: Pam Rhodes (NAPA ambassador), Di Curr (volunteer), Dianna Pavan (policy officer Quality Compliance Systems) who sponsored the Best volunteer Award, Becky Williams (home manager)

Herefordshire Care Homes wins prestigious NAPPA award for Best Volunteer 2015

Ian and Alison Greig

Lead Minister for Hereford Baptist Church

Just some of the cadets selling poppies this year

Leominster Air Cadets help the Poppy Appeal

Venns Close Golden Girls receive award

Venns Close Golden Girls receive award

The dancers from Aspire Dance Studio with their medals

Continuing competition success for Aspire Dance Studio

The plaque, which has been placed to commemorate the planting of the tree on Wormelow's Millennium Green

Hopes for tree to become a memorial

An excited choir of junior school children outside the Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall debut for Hereford Cathedral Junior School choir

Twins Megan and Rhys Powell lay a posy of poppies on behalf of the children.

Remembrance service at Gladestry and Colva

From left: Robert Lane as the tyrant Peachum, Laurie Standish-Hayes as the beggar, Teresa Guest as Polly, Mike Stokes as Macheath, Elaine Fleming as Lucy, and Jean Colley and Lynne Ardrey as bar strumpets

Bosbury Players perform The Beggar's Opera

The Museum on the Move bus arrives at Charles Court

Museum on the Move visits Charles Court

Market stall holders, customers, organisers and members of Presteigne scout group watch as joint market manager Lin Scrannage cuts the anniversary cake

Presteigne Food Market marks 10th anniversary

Evergreen residents enjoying their tea. Photo Jan Long

Evergreen Club celebrate 58 years and the chance to help Blackmarston School

Cadets onboard HMS Monmouth. From left: M Phillips, S Jenkins, R Hudson, J Phillips

Rededication service a huge success

Sholto Ferrier with Lego Houses Of Parliament

Learning all about Guy Fawkes at Jack In The Box nursery in Bosbury

The Guy Fawkes competition. Craig Gerrard holding Mary Gerrard's Guy Fawkes, Stuart Francis in front of the Llanfair fun day winning Guy, Ann Dodd with the Knighton Scout group Guy, front Tegan and Kane Davies, Izzy Morris, Eddie Watts, Matt O'Rourke main

Bonfire night huge success at Knighton show and carnival

Golden Valley Young Farmers to the rescue clearing the ivy

Golden Valley Young Farmers to the rescue at St Faith's Church, Dorstone

Attendance high at Bromyard come and sing event

Attendance high at Bromyard come and sing event

Some of the willing volunteers running Koffi Pot each week

Charity cafe celebrates ten years of community fundraising

From left: Ian Pedrick being welcomed by Tony Smith

Leominster Rotary welcomes its newest member to the club

Bill Preece with his wife Ann

Celebration at St Mary's Church in Kington

From left: Lovell build manager Paul Phillips, Lovell community liaison manager Bernadette Vickery and Overmonnow Primary School teacher Kelly Jukes with pupils using the new outdoor classroom area

Monmouth pupils enjoy open-air learning with help from Lovell

Ledbury Primary School pupils filled shoeboxes for refugee children. Photo: Jan Long

Ledbury residents rally to support refugees

Ross Rotarian Polly Gabriel demonstrates her camouflage skills on treasurer Brian Roe

Camouflage lessons for Ross Rotarians

Festival director, Lynden Rees-Roberts introducing Gillian Clarke, patron of the Poetry in Presteigne Festival

Poetry pleases at new festival in Presteigne

Knighton Community Support Project trustees, staff and volunteers including chairman Philip Price (centre)

Knighton Community Support Project furniture barn reopens

Tuffins staff raise Halloween charity cash in Knighton

Tuffins staff raise Halloween charity cash in Knighton

One of Llangorse SC's fleet of four training boats, a Comet Trio

Llangorse Sailing Club passes inspection with flying colours

Alisha Preece, Zac and Chloe Newby and Seren Preece

Knighton's little monsters enjoy Halloween ball

Dorstone Crown Green Bowling Club ladies singles champion Tina Jackson with club champion Barry Megson

Presentation night for Dorstone Crown Green Bowling Club

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