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  • Ex-Wiggin worker sues over terminal cancer

    A FORMER employee of Henry Wiggin Ltd, now Special Metals Wiggin Ltd, has launched a High Court battle against the company after developing a terminal asbestos-related cancer. read more

  • Man, 47, dies in collision

    A POPULAR Herefordshire man has died while riding his motorbike in Wales. read more

  • Crackdown ‘puts lid on’ trouble

    POLICE say they have put the lid on problems with troublemakers in Leominster streets with new powers permitting them to order crowds to disperse. read more

  • No banning orders for Bulls’ followers

    HOME Office figures proved Hereford United had a good season on and off the pitch last year. read more

  • Hooleys celebrate Horse of Year win

    A HEREFORDSHIRE stable is celebrating after success at the Horse of the Year Show. read more

  • Davies finishes in style as county junior champion

    KINGTON'S scratch golfer Matthew Davies rounded off an impressive list of achievements over the season by lifting the Hereford Times Cup after winning the Herefordshire Junior Championship at the South Herefordshire course. read more

  • Leaders keep unbeaten start

    POTTING Potting Shed M maintained their unbeaten start to Hereford Snooker League with a hard-fought 3-2 win against Railway in the third round of matches. read more

  • Champions celebrate

    HEREFORDSHIRE and its borders were well represented when the awards were handed out at the Crusader Worcestershire County League's annual dinner. read more

  • Progressive Burghill club receive benchmark award

    BURGHILL & Tillington CC were presented with their Clubmark award by Herefordshire's cricket development manager Steve Williams during the club's annual meeting held at the Bell Inn in Tillington. read more

  • All-rounder Marsha looking to world cup

    A WEOBLEY schoolteacher has seen her international cricket aspirations enhanced in an indoor international tournament in South Africa. read more

  • Betterton inspires Kington to continued success

    KINGTON continued their fine start in Division 4 of the South Wales Ladies' League with a 3-0 success against Swansea Bay in their first home match. read more

  • Leominster tame Gryphons with first defeat for Somerset side

    LEOMINSTER bounced back to form in the Gerrard West of England and South Wales League North Division 1 with an excellent 4-1 home victory over previously unbeaten Somerset Gryphons. read more

  • Pegasus progress in floodlit cup

    Clanfield 3 Pegasus Juniors 5 PEGASUS are through to the second round of the HPL Hellenic Floodlit Cup after beating lower- graded Clanfield in the first round in midweek. read more

  • Emily’s hat-trick earns point for Phoenix Ladies

    Coventry Ladies 3 Phoenix Ladies 3 A HAT-trick by Emily Gilbert earned Phoenix a point against West Midlands Regional Women's League Division 1 South leaders Coventry. read more

  • Football Results

    HFA County Challenge Cup, second round: Woofferton 3 Bartestree 4, Ross Town 1 Ledbury Town 2, Lads Club 1 Wellington 8, Leominster Town 0 Sutton United 1, Colwall Rangers 0 Hinton 1. read more

  • Jackson injured as Fields’ unbeaten run comes to end

    Westfields 2 Friar Lane & Epworth 4 WESTFIELDS' unbeaten Polymac Services Midland Alliance run of four games came to an end at home to the league newcomers from Leicestershire. read more

  • Villagers pipped by early goal

    Wellington 0 Redditch United 1 A FIRST-half goal condemned Wellington to defeat in this Midland Floodlit Youth League Southern Division clash. read more

  • James excels but fails to prevent loss

    Ellesmere Rangers 3 Bromyard Town 1 WITH a number of first-team regulars unavailable, Bromyard paid the price as they went down to another West Midlands League Premier Division defeat. read more

  • Bartestree spring surprise on league leaders

    Hereford Times Hereford-shire League Premier Division leaders Woofferton suffered a surprise reverse when they went down 4-3 at home to newly-promoted Bartestree in the second round of the HFA County Challenge Cup. read more

  • FA reward dedication of Westfields’ founder

    WESTFIELDS founding member and leading light Andy Morris has been rewarded for 40 years of dedication to his club with an FA Merit Award. read more

  • Family connection at Edgar Street

    JOHN Eustace, who is at Edgar Street on a month's loan from Stoke City, is likely to be a Hereford United player for only a short-time but his family connection with the club goes back more than half a century. read more

  • Sponsorship deal struck by Herefordshire FA

    HEREFORDSHIRE has signed a new kit sponsorship deal with Umbro as part of the supplier's £2million nationwide investment into grassroots football. read more

  • Conference time has left our facilities trailing

    IT was a fantastic feeling to go to MK Dons and win the game on Saturday - and win it in good style. read more

  • Styles moves Wellington up

    WELLINGTON Rangers maintained their steady progress in the Hereford Times Hereford-shire League Premier Division with three hard-earned points from a narrow 1-0 win over visiting Ledbury Town Reserves. read more

  • Seven out of seven for Pegasus

    Pegasus Ladies 4 Kidderminster Harriers Ladies 2 PEGASUS made it seven wins out of seven and continue to sit proudly at the top of the West Midlands Regional Women's League Premier Division table. read more

  • Presteigne through to last 16 of FAW cup

    Presteigne 1 Llanrhaeadr 0 PRESTEIGNE overcame both the opposition and the atrocious weather conditions to reach the last 16 in the FAW Welsh Trophy with a narrow win over Llanrhaeadr in the second round. read more

  • Hooper and Bradford fire Ledbury into last eight

    LEDBURY Town came from behind to net a late winner and beat home team Ross Town 2-1 in the second round of the HFA County Challenge Cup. read more

  • Trophy defence begins against county rivals

    HOLDERS Kington Town will begin their defence of the Presteigne Otway Cup with a second round tie at home to another Herefordshire club, Wellington. read more

  • Park sure of Tour place

    DAVID Park cemented his place in the PGA European Tour for next season with a joint 27th place in the Majorca Classic at Pula. read more

  • County club rescues golf championships

    SOUTH Herefordshire Golf Club officials came to the rescue of the Herefordshire Junior Championships on Monday when heavy rainfall over the weekend left the intended venue at the near-by Ross-on-Wye GC course waterlogged. read more

  • Midfield boost for Bulls

    HEREFORD United expect to have a new face in their squad for Saturday's League 2 clash with Accrington Stanley at Edgar Street after agreeing a loan deal with Scunthorpe United for midfielder Neil MacKenzie. read more

  • Cup holders move through to last eight

    HOLDERS Westfields moved through to the quarter-finals of the HFA County Challenge Cup with a 2-1 win over Pegasus Juniors at allpay.park on Tuesday evening. read more

  • SEVENOAKS

    SEVENOAKS. A very big thank you to everyone who gave a donation in memory of John Sevenoaks £3,312 was donated to Hereford County Hospital for the purchase of a Nimbus 3 air mattress and £2,012 to Clodock Church Restoration Fund. Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • LAMING

    LAMING. The family of Clifford Laming of Bromyard wish to express their thanks to all friends and neighbours for their messages of sympathy, their attendance at the funeral service at St. Peter's Church, Bromyard on October 17, and the donations received for Bromyard Hospital League of Friends. Special thanks to all the Doctors and Nurses of Bromyard and Hereford, also to Petty who came for a week, stayed five. Many thanks also to the Flexicare Nurses, to the Reverend Graham Sykes for the lovely service and to Handley Funeral Directors for the caring and efficient service they provided. Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • MIFFLIN

    MIFFLIN May. Passed away peacefully at her home in Emsworth, West Sussex on October 18, 2006 aged 86. Much loved Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother who will be greatly missed and who will be forever in our thoughts Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • AUSTIN

    AUSTIN. Eva Evelyn passed peacefully away at the County Hospital on Tuesday, October 17. Much loved Wife of Ray and beloved Mother of Dawn. The funeral service was held yesterday Wednesday, October 25. Donations if desired for the Born Free Foundation may be sent to Cathedral Funeral Services Hereford Limited, 55 St Owen Street, Hereford. HR1 2JQ. Tel: 01432 340777 Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • MCMANUS

    MCMANUS. Anne passed peacefully away at St Michael's Hospice on Thursday, October 19, 2006. Beloved Wife of William and a dear Mother to Jacqueline, Maria and Sean and a devoted Grandmother to William, Lucy, Tommy and Rebecca. The Requiem Mass will take place on Friday, November 3, at St Francis Xavier R.C. Church at 1pm., followed by interment at Belmont Abbey. Family flowers only please, donations if desired for St Michael's Hospice may be sent to Cathedral Funeral Services Hereford Limited, 55 St Owen Street, Hereford. HR1 2JQ. Tel: 01432 340777 Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • SKEELES

    SKEELES Margaret Emily formerly of Wellington, peacefully at Highwell House Residential Home on October 19, 2006 aged 95 years. Much loved Wife of the late George. The funeral service will take place at Hereford Crematorium on Friday October 27 at 11.20am. Family flowers only please, donations if desired for Highwell House or Wellington Church may be sent to Handley Funeral Directors, 3 Little Hereford Street, Bromyard HR7 4DE. 01885 482216 Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • DAVIES

    DAVIES. Robert Clive Howells, beloved Son of Howell and Dorothy died peacefully on October 13, 2006 aged 63 years. Funeral service at St Paul's Church, Tupsley, Hereford on Friday October 27 at 11am., followed by cremation. Flowers or donations to the Macmillan Renton Appeal may be sent to Bayley Brothers Hereford Ltd., 17/19 Cotterell Street, Hereford. HR4 0HH. Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • MATTHEWS

    MATTHEWS Lilian. The family wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind messages of sympathy and support, attendance at the funeral , floral tributes and donations given to Sarum House Doctors Surgery in memory of Mum. Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • NAYLOR

    NAYLOR Michael October 23 Thinking of you on your birthday as always, Love Mum, Liz, Jackie, Bridget and families Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • LILWALL CLARKE

    LILWALL CLARKE Esther Remembering you Mum October 28 Birthday memories and special thoughts to a dear Mum With Love from all the Family xxxx Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • DAVIES

    DAVIES James William of The Homestead passed away on October 11, 2006 aged 64 years. All family and friends will sadly miss him. All funeral enquiries please contact S.A. Evans Funeral Directors, 23/24 Gaol Street, Hereford. HR1 2HU. Tel: 01432 273736 Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • HUMPHRIES

    HUMPHRIES Doris May Mabel, Widow of Robert Bob, passed away peacefully at Hereford Hospital on October 19 aged 82. Much loved Grandmother to David and Andrew, Great Grandmother to Dennis, James and Jennifer. Cremation at Hereford Crematorium, 10.40am on Friday October 27, Sadly missed. Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • BALLARD

    BALLARD. Anne nee Perkins. Passed away peacefully on October 19th, 2006. Dearly loved wife of John and mother of Daniel, Duncan and Roland. Private cremation, followed by Service of Thanksgiving at St Mary's Church, Abberley 2.00 p.m. on Monday, October 30th. Family flowers only please, but donations, if desired, to Acorns Childrens Hospice, 350 Bath Road, Worcester WR5 3EZ. Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • BLAINEY

    BLAINEY Maud of Three Crosses Road, Ross on Wye, passed away on Wednesday October 18, in Ross Community Hospital, following a short illness. Dearest Wife of Tom, much loved Mum to Susan, John, Michael and Chris and Nan to Melanie and Lee. Funeral will be held at St Mary's Church, Ross on Wye on Friday October 27 at 11am., followed by cremation at Hereford at 12.40pm. Family flowers only please but donations if desired for Ross Community Hospital League of Friends and Hereford County Hospital may be sent to Abbotsfield, Cantilupe Road, Ross on Wye. HR9 7AN. Tel: 01989 56262 Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • EMBREY

    EMBREY Hayden passed away peacefully at Hereford County Hospital, October 17, aged 68 years. Beloved Husband of Freda, loving Father to Susan, James and Hayley, Grandad to Louise and Ashley, Great Grandaddy to Gerrard and dear Brother to Audrey. Funeral at St David's Church, Much Dewchurch, Friday October 27, at 2.30pm. Family flowers only donations if desired for memorial bench. c/o Abbotsfield F.D. Monkmoor Street, Hereford. HR2 2DX. Tel: 01432 356445 Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • ROBINSON

    ROBINSON Edward William Ted suddenly on October 18, 2006 at the Forbury Nursing Home, Leominster aged 80 years. Funeral service at The Priory Church, Leominster on Thursday, October 26, at 1pm., followed by cremation. Family flowers only please donations if desired for Diabetes UK. All Enquiries to R.W. Mann and Son, 51 West Street, Leominster Tel: 01568 612358 Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • ARROWSMITH

    ARROWSMITH Peter Denys of Bromyard. Peacefully at home on October 22 aged 80 years. At Peter's request, gentlemen only are welcome to attend the cremation service at Hereford Crematorium on Friday October 27, at 10am. This will be followed by a celebration of his life at St Peter's Church, Bromyard at 3pm., to which everyone is welcome. Family flowers only please, donations may be given at the church if desired for The Macmillan Renton Cancer Unit Appeal or sent to Handley Funeral Directors, 3 Little Hereford Street, Bromyard HR7 4DE. 01885 482216 Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

  • CHILDREN

    CHILDREN Peter's family wish to thank all relatives and friends for their many messages of sympathy and attendance at Fownhope Church. Very special thanks to the Family Doctor and Rev. Will Pridie for their wonderful care and support and to all of Peter's friends who contributed in so many ways to his Service of Thanksgiving. We are also extremely grateful for your generous donations to St Mary's Church and the Macmillan Renton Appeal. Published in paper 26/10/2006 read more

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