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Photograph by Jan Long shows Gordon Wood and his latest book on the railway

Steaming ahead with local railway

Dog show champion Rudy the miniature Dachshund with his owner Bev John from Presteigne

Rain fails to dampen Pilleth horse and dog show successes

Some of the Knighton FC players and supporters who dressed up for the fundraiser night

Fancy dress fundraiser for Knighton FC

Staff from The Old Railway Garden Centre celebrate on their winning night

The Old Railway Line Garden Centre steams ahead at awards

Three participants from the sponsored playing field walk, Carole, Tate and George, and other members of the committee are in the background

Clehonger playing field fund

Photograph of old WI having tea at Wye Valley Lavender Farm

Old Radnor WI

Pictured are Chloe, Harry, Mitchell, Danaka, Evie, Zac and Sara with their parents along with music teacher Mrs Price and Lindsey Lloyd

'Toodle-pip' say Little Orchard Nursery children

Contestants in the mature ladies race dashing for the finishing line at Dinedor sports

Dinedor sports day heralded as a great success

Model enthusiasts can enjoy a fun day out at the exhibition

Ross Rotary Club invite all to their annual model railway exhibition

Your Herefordshire County Times: Allensmore to Wigmore, July 30, 2015

Your Herefordshire County Times: Allensmore to Wigmore, July 30, 2015

The 61st Huntington fete was held in the grounds of Huntington Court

A glorious day for Huntington fete

From left: Ross Rotary President Stewart Ross and Stephanie Bennett

Ross Rotary Club meet the Marvel comic characters

Tech-savvy Stretton Sugwas pupils Anna Short, Sophie-Jane Champion and Bobbi Haslam show off some of the technology that helped contribute to the school's recent 'outstanding' grading

Stretton Sugwas school buzzing after outstanding inspection

Church warden Robin Wilson with a selection of the signed photographs to be auctioned

Raising funds for the church with the help of James Bond

Some of the members of Chatterbrook WI with centre front WI, County adviser Marilyn Thomas (3rd from left), new president Jessica Robinson, county adviser Dawn Gill and County chairman Kath Graham

New Women’s Institute is up and running

Bound for Brussels picture outside the European Parliament

Bound for Brussels for a memorable visit

Back row from left: Holly Prior, Taylor Sheehan, Tomas Ratcliffe, Chris Layton, Will Skyrme, Hermione ScorerFront from left: Seren Mealand, Callum Baker-Jones, Tilly Harter, Samantha Preece 1525_9001

A roaring performance from Eardisley primary school

Paws for Thought Dog Display Team

Sufton fete has fabulous performance

Your Herefordshire County Times: Aymestrey and  Leinthall Earls to Yarkhill, July 23, 2015

Your Herefordshire County Times: Aymestrey and Leinthall Earls to Yarkhill, July 23, 2015

Marie Curie chairman Bruce Foster selling calendars

Raising money through rain and shine

Back Jake and Angie Jones, Cllr Chris Branford mayor of Knighton, with young leaders Izzy Brick ad Ellie Griffiths and the Knighton Cub Scouts

Emotional farewell at Knighton Cubs

Clare Quan with Father Michael thanking Catherine Plant for the money watched by Knighton community support project treasurer Brendan Rogers and Will Quan who also helped organise the event

Money given to support project

Riding through the streets of Presteigne during the procession Carnival Princess Cerys Morgan, Queen Jena Niblock and Prince Billy Lewis

All the fun of Presteigne Carnival

Gladestry Church-in-Wales Primary School is the first school in Powys to be rated Excellent by Estyn

Gladestry children celebrate ‘Excellent' inspection

Eardisley CE Primary Library

Eardisley CE Primary opens new library

Taking part in the Easy Peasy cookery class at Mortimer country food fair are Scott Link, Grace Sanderson, Raven Bryden and Matilda Lozano-Leon with Trish Dockerty

Foodies get their fill at Mortimer Country Fair


Bargains aplenty at Bromsberrow car boot

Sweet sound of success for Herefordshire girls’ choir

Sweet sound of success for Herefordshire girls’ choir

Lady Hawkins deputy head Jeff Kay and Elizabeth Banks at the opening ceremony

Opening ceremony for Lady Hawkins' new sports facility

Visitors enjoy an alfresco lunch

Ledbury celebrates its food, drink, music and poetry

Photo show last year's race and walkers

Gladestry village walk and duck race

David, James and Robert Tennant-Eyles at one of the yurts at Redwood Valley

Camp closer to nature at Redwood Valley

Some of the dignitaries at the civic Sunday event outside St Edward's church, Knighton

Civic Sunday for Knighton Mayor

The Pied Piper (Freddie Ralph), the mayor of Hamelin (Joe Nicholson), the town crier (George Taylor) and Hannibal, leader of the Rat Pack (Madeleine Barber)

The Pied Piper draws a crowd at Burley Gate Primary School

There were plenty of activities at Lea village fete - including face painting

Sun shines on Lea's first fete

School has recently been awarded The Food for Life Partnership Bronze Award

Children from the Bishop of Hereford’s Bluecoat School, Whitecross High School and Specialist Sports College, St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School and Kimbolton St James Church of England Primary School visit the Centre for Alternative Technology

Prize winning schools visit Centre for Alternative Technology

Eileen Hammond

Hereford Wye Valley Inner Wheel Club announces new postings

Charlie Martin with his winning entry for his Woolly sheep drink

Knighton student wins water prize

Tony Smith (right) receives the president’s chain of office from Geoffrey Crofts

New president for Leominster Rotary Club

Your Herefordshire County Times: Allensmore to Yarpole, July 16, 2015

Your Herefordshire County Times: Allensmore to Yarpole, July 16, 2015

Izzie Millington with Liam Cleary from The Old Railway Line Garden Centre

Hair today, gone tomorrow for charitable girl Izzie

Rotary president Jimmy Morrison and Roy Davies. Photo: Derek Foxton

Frugal lunch raises vital funds for Sri Lanka

David Barrett holding his six-leaf clover and one of the four-leaf clovers he found

Will six-leaf clover bring David luck?

From left: Outgoing president Tina Atkins, Mansel Hiles and Vicky Nicholson-James from Marches Family Network.

A celebration at the Ross Rotary handover dinner

All the children of Radnor Valley Primary school with the teachers, PTA members and parents who went on the walk

Radnor Valley Primary School takes part in the Whimble challenge

Justin Baird-Murray, managing director of The Metropole, with students from Lady Hawkins School in Kington

Lady Hawkins pupils get a hospitality lesson from the Metropole Hotel

Nant y Bedd in the Grwyne Fawr Valley will be open to the public on July 19 as part of the National Gardens Scheme

Come and see the best open garden in Gwent

Teri Turner, who held an open garden event for Herefordshire Home-Start, pictured with her granddaughter Sophia Jackson

Home-Start Herefordshire gets open garden boost

By the new bench in memory of Jean Kilby, her granddaughter Louise Hardwick, son, David Kilby, son in law Michael Phillips, daughter in law Sarah Kilby, son in law Mike Conway, Father Michael, and church member Will Quan, front great granddaughter Heidi W

Bench in memory of Jean Kilby blessed

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