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Morgan is the featured car maker at the first ever Bromyard Speed Festival. (54991738)

Malvern's famous Morgan cars will feature at the first ever Bromyard Speed Festival

The supermodel with Mr Mew, her missing cat

Liz Hurley is missing Mr Mew

Hereford Town Hall, when the inquiry will take place

Proposed Ledbury estate planning appeal to start next week

Cllr Liz Harvey. The comments are being collated. The plan is coming together.

Town plan exhibition well-attended in Ledbury

From left - Lillie-Grace Florence, three, Jodie Smith, supervisor and Harry Davies, two, are busy at Busy Bees, measuring things

Getting the measure of life in Ledbury

Ledbury's Mayor, Cllr Annette Crowe, shows her support and appreciation for The Big Breakfast (54667514)

Big Breakfast success for Ledbury

From left - Max Davies, 18, Andy Evans, head teacher, Isaac George, 18 and Beth Hiley, 17. The three John Masefield High School pupils are off to Oxford and Cambridge universities.

Oxbridge offers for John Masefield students

Councillor Tony Bradford is concerned about the state of the pot hole repairs on Biddulph Way.

Deer Park pothole problem is "appalling"

Cllr Morris, third from left, at a recent Town Plan event.

Town councillor objects over "rude" address

Bill Wiggin

Bill Wiggin battles for payments to farmers

Ledbury Market House

Debate over letters to Ledbury Town Council

Ledbury Market House, where the majority of town council meetings take place.

A panel will investigate staff complaints against two Ledbury Town Councillors

In 2014, Ledbury Councillor Tony Bradford even offered to pay for a grass cut at Villa Way play area on the Deer Park Estate.But he does not think the town council should take on full grass cutting duties from Herefordshire Council.

Which council will cut Ledbury's grass this summer?

How Ledbury swimming pool will look once the refurbishment is complete

Start date for Ledbury swimming pool work

Ledbury law firm goes from strength to strength

The John Masefield students arrive at the "atom smasher" plant

Ledbury students visit the world's largest atom smasher

Ledbury's mayor, Cllr Annette Crowe, front, with the Safe Shops logo. Back from left - Vicky Wagstaff, Kathryn Griffiths and Elaine Fieldhouse. The scheme is there to help disabled, elderly and others if they need assistance.

Ledbury's new smiling face will help the most vulnerable

Susan Melvin, the owner of Studiocrafts

Ledbury craft shop to host regular charity sew-ins

Eastnor Pottery are holding a 'Raining Cats and Dogs' half term event. From the left - potters Sarah Williams and Jon Williams.

Soggy winter will inspire young Eastnor potters

Call for more official gypsy camps in Herefordshire

Ledbury Recreation Ground

Anti-social behaviour no problem on Ledbury Rec

Town Plan chairman, Cllr Liz Harvey.

A key exhibition for the future development of Ledbury

Cllr Annette Crowe

Speed traps for Ledbury's more dangerous roads?


Consider the flu jab, says Herefordshire Council

Daffodils bring together local communities

An example of the classic Morgan 3-Wheeler (53250450)

Hundreds of jobs lined up at Morgan Motor Company after major funding boost

Bill Wiggin MP.

Employment figures hailed by Ledbury's MP

Much Marcle Primary School pupils have been learning about space. From left - Amelia Farnell, 11 and Josie Thomas, ten with their model of the sun, the only heavenly body in the set they have made which is not to scale, because of the sun's immense size.

Lessons at Much Marcle Primary are out of this world

Ledbury Primary School pupils are entering BBC Radio 2's 500 Words competition. From left -  Alex Bonsall, eight, Amelie Stewart, six and Alana Leeming, eight.

Primary library provides inspiration for budding authors

John Masefield High School pupils have made a British Values Hall of Fame. From left - Sarah Admans, 14 and Cole Poppleton 13.

British values on display at High School

Cllr Liz Harvey - "disappointed"

Ledbury's "smart water" proposal is dead in the water?

Mark Harper MP - praise for the Post Office

MP Mark Harper responds to Newent's banking worries

A grand concert venue - Hereford Cathedral

Ledbury Choral Society concert

Colwall Wassail 2016. The procession begins. (52931259)

Record crowd turns out for Colwall wassail

Sir Martyn Lewis. (52854114)

Former newsreader Sir Martyn Lewis visits Malvern for Venetian coronation

Sixteen year old Caitlin Ronan with her mom Louise Ronan raising money for her and another person with the same paralyzing medical condition to hers to get an 'Eyegaze' system...ENDS. (39433077)

A T'ai Chi taster day for Caitlin

Tim of Wallers in Ledbury with Full Monty sausages at last year's event. (52779777)

Ledbury's Big Breakfast will be the biggest yet

Pic by @scoobysteve999. An HGV driver is trapped in his cab following collisoin with a tree

HGV driver lucky to escape serious injury following collision with tree at Old Colwall

0216991101 Paul Jackson 12.01.16 Ledbury - The recycling bins at Tesco are overflowing.. (52231493)

Ledbury supermarket is criticised for the state of recycling bins in its car park

TRANSFORMED: Much Marcle resident Carol Smith has had Lyme Disease since she was a child, but was only diagnosed last April.

Ledbury woman with Lyme disease says her life has been transformed after treatment from American chiropractor

Fires scare away the evil spirits. Much Marcle Wassail 2016.

Fiery ceremony at Much Marcle protects the apple orchards

Warning to van owners after Ledbury break-ins

Warning to van owners after Ledbury break-ins

Flooding near Peterchurch

Flooding update: More rain forecast for Herefordshire while road closures remain in place

Welland and Ledbury defendants plead guilty to drugs possession

Welland and Ledbury defendants plead guilty to drugs possession

ARRESTED: The driver of this van had lost control turning off the motorway. Picture: @OPUWorcs

UPDATED: police cells at Worcester full of drunks at New Year following alcohol-fuelled violence

This large branch was blown onto a road at Martley

Trees blow down as Storm Frank hits Ledbury area

Ledbury power cut.

Natalie Penny and Doug Tolson, from Ledbury, who helped out at the camps in November.

Ledbury people barred from helping refugees at Christmas

Back to the future, this was last December, 2014, when Cllr Terry Ball and Rev Tony Lomas checked their watches in front of St Mary's broken down clock.The clock has broken down again.

Dymock's clock breaks down for New Year - once again

Large crowds are a feature of the Boxing Day Hunt in Ledbury. Picture by Viki Ross.

Thousands gather to see the Ledbury Hunt


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