Hereford Cathedral: 8am, Holy Communion; 10am, Cathedral Eucharist; 11.30am, Matins; 3.30pm, Evensong. All Saints: 10.30am, Sung Mass with Children's Church. St Peter: 8am, Holy Communion; 10.30am, Morning Worship; 10.30am, Morning Worship. St James


    Events/talks April 27 Kingstone Surgery charitable Trust Quiz, Kingstone Village Hall, 7.15pm. 28 Talk on Cheltenham Museum Collections by Mary Greensted for Friends of Herefordshire Museum and Arts, Holmer Parish Rooms, 11am. 01432 845897. All welcome

  • Make time for this

    THE past, said LP Hartley, is another country, a truth powerfully borne out by Harold Pinter's Old Times, playing until Saturday at Malvern Theatre. Filmmaker Deeley (Neil Pearson) and his cool, enigmatic wife Kate (Janie Dee) live in an isolated farmhouse

  • Bryan has a sporting chance of success

    AT school in Bromyard and later at Hereford Sixth Form College, Bryan Corbett had two great loves - music and sport. Today, he is so busy playing one that he has no time for playing the other. Even as he left university in Liverpool, "I wanted to be

  • Bands unite for fund-raising gig

    THREE top local bands are staging a huge fund-raising gig at Hereford's Royal National College for the Blind main hall on Saturday in aid of the Little Princess Trust. Kicking off the evening are Angels One Five, a fresh-faced band playing a mix of everyone's

  • Ronald’s double accolade

    KINGTON artist Ronald Swanwick is having an exciting 2007 - having been chosen for two major events in the art world - and an exhibition at his gallery offers an opportunity to see new pieces from an artist who has had a lifelong obsession with painting

  • Courtyard hosts Cossack dancers

    THE sensational Moscow-based Russian Cossack State Dance Company are coming to Hereford's Courtyard with their breathtaking, dynamic production featuring dazzling displays of highly skilled, acrobatic Cossack dance. "Forget Riverdance," said one reviewer

  • Unmissable fun at RSC

    THREE big events will be marked this weekend as the Royal Shakespeare Company celebrates the close of The Complete Works Festival, Shakespeare's 443rd birthday and 75 years of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre with an unmissable day of workshops, discussions

  • Blues at Courtyard

    THE Saturday Cafe, the series of informal lunchtime music gigs at the Courtyard, has just released its May line-up, starting on Saturday with a welcome return visit from Bridget and the Big Girls' Blues, who pay homage to the great women of the blues

  • Paint vandal strikes

    HUNDREDS of pounds worth of damage was done to a car after a tin of paint was poured over it. The blue Austin Mini pick-up was parked in Hereford Road, Bromyard, and paint seeped inside the car causing damage to seats. The incident happened between

  • A man on a mission

    WHILE everyone else is rushing around in a frenzy of 21st century activity, Jeremy Hardy, who brings his stand-up show to the Courtyard next week, is busy getting not much done. His broadband's gone down and attempts to have it fixed are proving almost

  • Shrewsbury visitors desperate for win

    HEREFORD United have the chance to have a major say in the make-up of the League 2 play-off places when they meet Shrewsbury Town at Edgar Street on Saturday, kick-off 12 noon, writes RICHARD PRIME The Shropshire club had looked near certainties to clinch

  • Minor Counties return

    MINOR Counties cricket returns to Kington for the first time in three seasons when the Recreation Ground hosts Herefordshire's MCCA Trophy clash with Shropshire on Sunday, starting at 11am. Pitch problems have prevented the border club from hosting a

  • Lads Club collect first silverware

    LADS Club won their first silverware of the season with a 3-1 success against Ewyas Harold in the final of the Hereford Times Herefordshire League Journal Cup. Lads Club made a fine start with goals from Shaun Gallagher and skipper and man-of-the-match

  • Moses claims trophy on countback score

    THE Harpton Cup - one of Kington's leading medal trophies - produced a close finish with John Moses winning on countback from Ross Moore after they both finished on nett 65s. Results, winner: John Moses 82-17-65; division one: 1 Ross Moore 73-8-65, 2

  • Conway back at the helm for W & W

    A FIRM favourite in the harness world will be returning to the helm after an absence of more than 16 years. Conway Price will be resuming the position of chairman of Wales and West Harness Racing Ltd after his position announced at the annual meeting

  • Morgan gains singles title

    MATTHEW Morgan of Military D is the new singles champion of the Central Roofing Hereford and District Skittles League after a final victory over Alan Silcox (Fire Brigade). Consistent skittling by Silcox brought him legs of 7-8-7-8 for a score of 30,

  • Top jockeys have vintage campaign at Hereford

    THE curtain comes down on the 2006/7 National Hunt racing season on Saturday. When the awards are handed out, once again the Champion Jockey will be Tony McCoy and the Champion Trainer - for the second time - will be Paul Nicholls. While the top rider

  • Fourth place in British championship

    RADNOR Riding Club have produced one of their best displays to gain fourth place at the British Riding Clubs NAF Five Star Superflex junior novice indoor show jumping championship at Hartpury. But the four-strong team of Storm Fowler, Edward Jones, Oliver

  • National rider produces Lady Dudley Cup win

    IRILUT, ridden by Sam Waley-Cohen, was the winner of a dramatic race for the Lady Dudley Cup at the Worcestershire Hunt point to point meeting at Chaddesley Corbett Saturday which saw the demise of the two leading betting market leaders on the final circuit

  • Thornton leaves frustrations behind

    JOCKEY Andrew Thornton has endured a frustrating season with injuries but he showed he can still perform with a polished performance aboard front-running Pauntley Gofa to win the two-mile handicap chase at Hereford. Aboard the 11-year-old 20/1 outsider

  • Promoted pair aim for early success

    PROMOTED Wormelow and Monmouth will be looking to make an early impression when they make their debuts in the Worcestershire League Division 2 on Saturday. The pair, who clinched the top two spots in Division 3 South last season after moving up from

  • Hereford paddlers set veterans’ record in classic race

    FIVE kayakers from Hereford have been taking part in the gruelling Devizes to Westminster 125-mile international kayak race. The event is split into K2 and K1 and Shaun Thrower, who last year won the K2 section with Steve King, tried his hand this time


    FOWLER. The family wish to thank friends and neighbours for their messages of sympathy and support, attendance at the funeral service and donations given to the RNLI in memory of Donald. Special thanks to Ledbury Nursing Home for their care and kindness


    TOLLEY. Steven, Sarah, Stuart and family wish to express our sincere thanks for the support and kind messages received at this tragic time. Our thanks go out to the overwhelming number of family and friends who attended Roy's funeral and for the donations


    SMITH The family wish to thank friends for their messages of sympathy, attendance at the funeral service and donations given to the Sue Ryder Foundation in memory of Margaret. Special thanks to Holmer Court for all their care and kindness. Published


    JONES The family of the late George Mick Jones wish to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for their kind messages of sympathy, attendance at the funeral service and donations given to the County Air Ambulance. Grateful thanks to the Doctors and staff


    WHITTINGTON Mary April 29 This would have been your 80th We miss your wonderful sense of humour, our devoted and kind Aunt, Great AuntThe memories of you will never fade away Mike, Jean and family Published in paper 26/04/2007


    GREASLEY Charles Happy memories on your Birthday Darling Love Gwynne Published in paper 26/04/2007


    FOWLER Alice April 29, 1991 Sweet 16 "Princess"Lots of LoveMum, Dad, Dan and Harryxxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    BAKER Emma Happy 18th to a special Granddaughter on May 1, 2007Love from Nan and Grandad xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    BAKER Emma Happy Birthday Emma A Special Niece and CousinLove fromSusan, Alex and Jack xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    THOMAS Ed 21 on April 28 Happy Birthday Love Kim and Jess xx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    DENTON Andrew April 29, 2007 To a very Special Husband and Daddy Happy 40th Birthday with all our love Lisa, Jason and Abigail Published in paper 26/04/2007


    MATHER Christopher Happy 18th Birthday on May 1, 2007 love Mum, Allan, Lewis and Frances Published in paper 26/04/2007


    DAVIS Greg and Sophie 13 Today Lots of Love Nanny and Grandad Published in paper 26/04/2007


    HAZEL Martin Happy 21st Birthday on April 30 Have a great dayLots of love Mum, Cliff and Michael Mark, Abi and Olivia Nan and Din Published in paper 26/04/2007


    MASON Stacey Happy 16th birthday on April 29, 2007. Sweet sixteen. Hope you have a great day. Lots of love Mum, Dad, Kimberley, Lauren, Jack, Bethany & Olivia xxxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    DAWKINS Hannah and Laura To two special teenagers who will be 13 on May 1 Lots of loveDaddyxxxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    CRADDOCK Kev DADDY Happy 26th Birthday Lots of love Rich Published in paper 26/04/2007


    FISHER Kirstie Happy 18th Have a great party Love from Nan, Grandad and Andrew x Published in paper 26/04/2007


    FLEETWOOD Stuart "A.K.A Bush Baby" Happy 21st Gorgeous Pleased you've grown into those ears! Love Fleets and Hells x Published in paper 26/04/2007


    EMERY DEREK Happy 70th birthday!! Love Von, Jackie, Geraint, Louise, John, Lisa & Alice Published in paper 26/04/2007


    PLANT Daniel April 30 2007Happy 13th Birthday Teenager at last! Lots of Love Mum, Dad and Joe xxxxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    HARGEST On April 21, peacefully at home John Leslie of Kirkland Close aged 79 years. Dearly loved Husband of Ann and much loved Dad, Father in law, Grandfather and Great Grandfather. The funeral service followed by interment will be held at Hereford Cemetery


    HARDISTY On April 19, peacefully at Worcester Hospital after a long illness, Lyndon John of Ledbury Road aged 80 years. Beloved Husband of Marian, much loved Father of John, Carole and Janet, Father in law of Margaret, loving Grandad of Gareth and Laura


    BURTON On April 24, peacefully at the County Hospital Victor "Vic" of Whittern Way aged 86 years. Much loved Dad and Grandad. The funeral service followed by cremation will be held at St Paul's Church, Tupsley on Tuesday May 1, at 2pm. Black


    BORWICK 4th Baron JHM Robert Borwick MC 1944 Major HLI Retd aged 89. Loved Husband of Hyllarie Babbins and Father of Jane, Mary Anne, Diana and Amanda. Family flowers only. Donations to RNLI Care of Dunning Funeral Services, 4 Church Close, Andover SP10


    BRIGGS. Peter peacefully at Broomy Hill Nursing Home on Tuesday, April 24, 2007. For the finalised arrangements please contact Cathedral Funeral Services Hereford Limited, 55 St Owen Street, Hereford HR1 2JQ. Tel: 01432 340777 Published in paper 26/04


    MARSHALL. On April 22, 2007 peacefully at The County Hospital, May aged 79 years of York Close, formerly of Moreton on Lugg. Beloved Wife of Robert and a loving Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. The funeral service will take place at Huntington


    BARTON suddenly at home on April 19, 2007, Norman of Orcop aged 83 years. Husband of the late Elsie, Father of Judy, Grandad to Andrew, Tracey, Trudy and Sarah and Great Grandad, Father in law, Brother and Uncle. The funeral service will take place at


    STEDMAN Joan, nee Drinkwater of Breinton, passed away suddenly at Hereford County Hospital, Friday April 20, aged 72 years. Beloved Wife of Ken, loving Mum to Lynda and Angie, Grandmum to Elishia, David and Garth and a Great Grandmum. Also loving Sister


    POWELL Leonard Len of Gypsy Castle Farm, Hay on Wye. Peacefully on Saturday April 21, at Bronllys Hospital, aged 89 years. Devoted Husband of the late Jean. Much loved Father and Father in law of Gwyn and Carol, Wendy and Leigh, Gordon and Diane. A very


    PRICE Owen of Brick Kiln Farm, Birtley suddenly and tragically at Hereford County Hospital on April 15, 2007 aged 70 years. Funeral service at St Michael and All Angels Church, Lingen on Tuesday May 1, at 3pm., followed by interment in the Churchyard.


    HOLLAWAY Joan aged 84 years of Burghill on April 23 peacefully after a short illness. Much loved Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. Service of Thanksgiving and interment of Ashes at St Mary's Church, Burghill on Saturday May 5, at 2pm. Family


    WILLIAMS. Eacock Judith Mary. Passed away at St Michael's Hospice on April 19, 2007 aged 69 years. Devoted Mother of Gregg and Karen,much loved Sister to Paul and Mother in law to Allen. A great lady who will be sadly missed by all who knew her. The funeral


    HILLSTEAD. Winifred Rose nee Hooper. Passed away on Saturday April 21, 2007 in hospital aged 79 years. Loving Wife of Bob. Dearly loved Mum of Beryl and Brian. Mother in law to Sharon, and a much loved Nan. Family flowers only, but donations if desired


    PRICE. Linda Ann nee Prosser, formerly of Redhill, Hereford. Passed away peacefully on March 19, 2007 at Sydney Adventist Hospital, Wahroonga, Australia after a short illness, aged 58 years. Eldest Daughter of Don, and the late May, loving Wife of Hugh


    WILLIAMS Suddenly but peacefully at home on April 18, 2007. Stan of Macmillan Close, Hereford aged 79 years. A much loved Husband of Peg, a beloved Dad of Linda, Sue, Robin, Neil, Stephen and Brian, Father in law of Richard, Terry, Linda, Lyn, Kim and


    SMITH Betty of Colgarron. A Service of Thanksgiving will take place at St Giles Church, Goodrich on Saturday May 5, at 12 noon. If desired, donations for Cancer Research U.K may be sent to Ernest Heal and Sons. Funeral Directors, Chippenham Funeral Home


    COZENS Ernest John died April 21 aged 92. Funeral Service will take place at Gloucester Crematorium on May 1 at 3pm. No flowers, donations to the British Heart Foundation. Published in paper 26/04/2007


    LEWIS Robert Bob, beloved Husband of the late Doreen, fell asleep at home, Caplar, Brockhampton aged 82 on Saturday April 21, and will be very missed by his three Sons, two Daughters, Sons and Daughter in laws and all his Grandchildren. Funeral service


    JOYCE Stephen Michael peacefully at The Hereford County Hospital, beloved Husband of Beth, much loved Father of David, Richard, Peter, Stephanie and Shan, much respected and loved Father in law to Ethel, Cynthia, Margaret, Brian and Nigel and adored Grandfather


    JOHNSON Gwendoline of The Forbury, Leominster, aged 92. On April 15, 2007 suddenly. Service at Green Lane Methodist Church, on Monday, April 30 at 11am. No flowers, no dark clothes please. Published in paper 26/04/2007


    BRIDGEWATER May Would like to sincerely thank everyone concerned with making her 102nd Birthday such a happy and memorable day, with the cards and gifts being greatly appreciated. God bless you all. Published in paper 26/04/2007


    MASON Kimberley Congratulations on the safe arrival of your daughter, Olivia Carole Grace on April 8, 2007. A little sister for Bethany. With lots of love and best wishes from all your family xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007

  • WOOD

    WOOD Daren and Chelley nee Howells are delighted to announce the birth of George Samuel on April 9, 2007 a lovely Brother for Oliver Special thanks to all the Midwives concerned Published in paper 26/04/2007


    HARRIES - NORTH Julie and Chris Announce the birth of their Daughter Bethan Rose Born April 21, 2007In Abergavenny 7lb 13oz Published in paper 26/04/2007


    MURRAY Richard MUZZER! Marathon 2007Well done Richard, You did it! We are all so proud of you and what you have achieved. Lots of love, Amy and Olly, Mum and Dad, The Simpsons, Manns and Whitings Published in paper 26/04/2007


    EPPS -SYNNOTT Richard and Fiona The Engagement is announced between Richard, Son of Mr and Mrs Epps, of Marden and Fiona youngest Daughter of Mrs Eivers of Longford, Ireland. Published in paper 26/04/2007


    HARRIS Ralph April 26 2006 Beloved Husband so sadly missed Valda xx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    EVANS Aubrey April 25 2002Five long years have passed since youv'e gone. Treasured memories, you are always in our hearts. Love Sandra, Bet, Heather and Family Published in paper 26/04/2007


    LILWALL CLARKE Esther April 28 2003 What we would give to see you smile, to sit and talk with for a while. To have you here in the same old way, would be our dearest wish today Our Love Always All the Family xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    BLYTHE Kenneth James Fell asleep on April 28 1997 Your memory is our greatest treasure Margaret, Stewart and Family Published in paper 26/04/2007


    PRIDAY Neil Boots April 24 2002 Tho it's five years now, since we said our sad Goodbyes, we still miss your cheeky grin and that twinkling in your eyes Treasured memories of a very Special Brother Lots of Love Deb and Sam xx Published in paper


    PROSSER Martin Allan April 28 2005 Your always in my heart and that is where you will stay, I love you although we are apart, forever and a day. My love always Sue Published in paper 26/04/2007


    EDWARDS Norman John April 25, 2006 Treasured memories of an only Son and Brother In our hearts you will always stay, loved and remembered everyday. Mum, Anne, Jane and families Published in paper 26/04/2007


    JONES Ron April 28 2006 Thinking of you now and always Vi, Val, Carl, Geoff and Sandra, Tracey and Family. Published in paper 26/04/2007


    LOWTHER John Maudling April 28, 1993 I love and miss you so much Dad from your Proud Daughter Christine x Published in paper 26/04/2007


    GUERRI Tony 65Happy RetirementFrom your Wife Wendy, Children Rachelle, Nic, Juliet, Antonio, In-laws Jon and Sam, Grandchildren, Francesca, Josephine, Elena and Matthew xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    IRELAND - HANNAGAN The marriage of Angela and Stephen took place on Saturday March 3, 2007 in Perth, Western Australia. Published in paper 26/04/2007


    POWELL Peacefully in Hospital, Julie aged 47 years. A loving Mum of three and Nan of six. Service to take place at Our Lady's Church, Belmont on Wednesday May 2, at 1.45pm. Funeral arrangements please contact S.A Evans : 01432 273736 Published in paper


    COTTERELL On April 23, 2007 at Hereford County Hospital after a short illness Dennis aged 79 years, always a character, always loved and never to be forgotten by Betty, Sally, Nick, Pete and family. The funeral service will take place at Hereford Crematorium


    HUGHES On April 15, suddenly at the County Hospital Graham, of Wentworth Road, aged 62 years. Dearly loved Husband of Angela, much loved Dad of Tracey, Father in law of Andrew, and devoted Grandad of Annabel. The funeral service will be held at Holmer


    BYLES On April 21 peacefully at Leominster Community Hospital Peter of Caradoc Drive aged 82 years. Sadly missed by family and friends. The funeral service will be held at Hereford Crematorium on Monday April 30, at 1.20pm. Family flowers only, if desired


    SOCKETT Keith Alfred The funeral service followed by interment will be held at St Matthews Church, Fromes Hill on Thursday May 3, at 1pm. Family flowers only, if desired donations for St Matthews Parish Church and County Air Ambulance may be sent to Dawe


    RUDGE David Wills, passed away peacefully, at his home, Baysham, on April 10. Much loved Husband of Norma, devoted Father to his Sons, Christopher, Stephen, Henry and John and to his Daughter. Madaleine. Caring Father in law and 'Farm Grandpa' to his


    TURNER Phyllis Emily. Nan thank you for so many happy memories. We will cherish them always. We love and miss you so much. Beverley, Nicola, Tony, Jimmy, Clifford, Clive and Marcia xxxxxxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    TURNER Phyllis Emily passed away peacefully on April 18, 2007 aged 96. Formerly of Monkmoor Street. Wife of the late William Turner. Much loved Mother of Michael, Audrey, Graham, Monica, Valerie and the late Eunice. A dearly loved Grandmother, Great Grandmother


    MANUSCHKA Helmut passed away on April 19, 2007, at the County Hospital, after a long illness. Loving Husband to Brenda, caring Father to Peter and Anne, James and Kate, Karl and Val, Michael deceased and Steve and Maggie. Loving Grandad to 11 and Great


    AMOS Susan Mary, nee Whitfield, on April 21 2007. Memorial Service at St. Nicholas Church, Grosmont at 3pm on Friday May 4. Family flowers only. Donations to St. Nicholas Church, Grosmont and RNLI. Published in paper 26/04/2007


    PATON Evelyn Doris nee Smith on April 16, suddenly at the County Hospital, Hereford aged 87 Wife of the late Peter Paton. Much loved Mother of Tracy and Mother in law of Susan and the loving Nan of Julie. The funeral service will take place at Hereford


    ROBSON Patricia Ann Pat peacefully at Hereford County Hospital on April 19, 2007 aged 60 years of Luston. Funeral service to be held at St Ethelbert's R/C Church on Friday April 27, 2007 at 11am., followed by interment at Eye Churchyard. Family flowers


    NICHOLLS William Charles Percy on April 6, in Brighton, aged 85 years. Adored Husband of Betty and Father of Sarah, formerly of Mostyn Street, Hereford. Published in paper 26/04/2007


    MACKMAN. Joan peacefully at Holmer Care Centre, Hereford on April 18, 2007 aged 88 years. Formerly of Buckfield Road, Leominster. Family flowers only. Donations if desired for Marie Curie. For funeral arrangements please contact R.W Mann and Son, 51 West


    BAKER Stella Joan Della - Of Bromley Road, Ludlow. Tragically and so suddenly after a short illness in Hereford County Hospital on 18th April 2007. Aged 44 years. Della was a loving and much loved sister to David and Anne, Dorothy and Terry and a much


    BONSER . Gladys Edith. Of Archers Ford, Lingen. Peacefully in Hereford County Hospital on Thursday April 12, 2007. Aged 86 years. Funeral service at Hereford Crematorium on Wednesday May 2nd at 2.40pm. No flowers by request, donations if desired to St


    BLISSETT Reginald Cecil In loving memory of my Dear Husband passed away May 1, 1999 We shared so much together Our love will last forever Until we meet Jen x Published in paper 26/04/2007


    CHANDLER Rose April 28 2006 A year has passed and you are forever in our thoughts We miss and love you so much Lynn, Dave, Samantha and Thomas Published in paper 26/04/2007


    POWELL Wilfred Dad 20 years have passed, since we said goodbye, you are in our thoughts every day memories will never fade, Love Betty, Roy, Myra and Den. Look after Royo Published in paper 26/04/2007

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    DYER Bob April 26 2002 Always in our thoughts Love Jean, John, Margaret, Mark and Families Published in paper 26/04/2007


    MCGUCKIN Jim April 27 1991 In loving memory of a dear Father and Grandad Always in our thoughts Brian, Kath, Vanessa, Caroline, Mick & Family Aust Published in paper 26/04/2007


    GOODE Barrie April 29 Dad, like falling leaves the years roll byBut memories of you will never die Belinda, Bob, Dave and Chris Published in paper 26/04/2007


    PRIDAY Neil Boots April 24, 2002 Darling Boots If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane, we'd walk right up to heaven, and bring you home again. Love and miss you Mum and Dad xx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    LEGGE Mary April 26, 2002. Five years on and we will still miss you but memories are a gift to treasure, ours of you will last forever. From your loving family. Published in paper 26/04/2007


    WHITTINGTON Harry April 24, 1986 A dear Dad and Grandad Always in our thoughts Love Vanda, Sandra, Jim, Jaqueline, Jim and Families Published in paper 26/04/2007


    MORRIS Marc and Annabelle Would like to announce the proud arrival of their New Baby Daughter Ella Beth Born on April 21 2007 at 19.17And would like to thank everyone connected Published in paper 26/04/2007


    ASHMAN - WILLIAMS Jay is delighted to announce the safe arrival of his new playmate - baby sister Holly. Special thanks to all the nurses and lovely ladies who looked after Mummy so well. Grandpops, Grandma and all the family send loads of love. Published


    REYNOLDS Elaine and George are delighted to announce the birth of their beautiful baby daughter Katie Madison Rose on April 16, 2007, weighing 7lbs 5ozs. A little sister for Lucy, Abby and Tommy. Special thanks to all maternity staff at Hereford County


    YARRANTON Jessica Happy Birthday to a very special God MotherWith all my Love From Ellie xx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    CARTER Emma Happy 1st Birthday on April 26 Love Nan and Grandad xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    HIGGINS Julie Happy Birthday to a Special LadyAll our Love Neil, Katie, Kelly and Anthony Published in paper 26/04/2007


    BAILEY Jean Happy 50th birthday for April 26. No embarrassing photograph!! With love from the 'Gang' Published in paper 26/04/2007


    CARTER Emma Happy 1st BirthdayApril 26 2007With lots of loveMummy, Daddy and Hols xxxxxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    EVANS AND FISHER Dean and Kirstie Happy 18th Have a great party Legal at last Published in paper 26/04/2007


    PUGH AND KAYE Glo and Judy nee Roberts Happy 60th Birthday Lots of love from all the Family xx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    SMITH Sheree Happy 1st Birthday Love from Uncle Leonard, Aunty April, Adrian and William xxxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    EVANS Tanya Happy 21st Birthday Love from Mum, Dad and all the Family xx xx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    MORUZZI Rhys This cutie is now 13 Happy Birthday LoveMum, Dad, Dan and Stephen Published in paper 26/04/2007


    COOKE Juliette 40! April 29 2007Happy Birthday Chick Still living in the 80's and Partying Hard Lots of love your mate Jo x Published in paper 26/04/2007


    PHILLIPS Dave Happy 70th Birthday! Love from you loving Wife, Children and Grandchildren xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    STOCKER Taylor Happy 5th Birthday 28 April Love you always Mummy xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    STOCKER Taylor Happy 5th Birthday 28 AprilLots of Love and Kisses Nan, Uncle David, Uncle Paul, Auntie Jane, Rebel xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    KELLY Tessa Happy 50th birthday Nan. Love Cameron. xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    BLIGHT Ewan 2 Today Happy Birthday Love Mummy, Daddy, Bronwen xxx Published in paper 26/04/2007


    ROCKE Carlton and Leicha would like to thank the staff at Newstead House, St Michaels Hospice and all home carers for their care to Mr Reg Rocke over the last few years. Thank you to all family and friends for their support and to Dawe Brothers for their


    HARDING Richard Dick. David wishes to thank all the many friends, relatives and neighbours for the messages of sympathy, floral tributes and donations received in his sad bereavement and for attendance at the funeral service. Many thanks to Kingstone


    TIBBLES David Charles. Angela and Robin would like to thank family and friends for their kind messages of sympathy and attendance at the funeral. Published in paper 26/04/2007


    WHITTINGTON Mary April 29 2007 My darling WifeRemembering you is easy Missing you is the heartache that never goes away Your loving HusbandBill Published in paper 26/04/2007


    WHITTINGTON Mary April 29 Your 80th Birthday Missing you more than words can sayOur wonderful Sister and Sister-in-Law Doreen, Mollie and Bill Published in paper 26/04/2007


    LAWSON Leslie Ken April 25 Would have been 80 today, Wish that you had made it. I miss you more each passing year, Your loving daughter Hazel xxxx Published in paper 26/04/2007

  • Z-team go clear of rivals at the top

    POTTING Shed Z went seven points clear at the top of Hereford Snooker League with three games remaining in their quest to regain the title. They beat clubmates and title rivals Potting Shed M 3-2 Tom Cousins beating Ross Hood in the decider. Miller

  • Minor Counties men will lead Brock's challenge

    ALTHOUGH Kington have now gained promotion to Division 3 of the Birming-ham League, there will still be three Herefordshire clubs looking to follow them up as champions of the Crusader Worcestershire League Division 1. Among the favourites to head the

  • Bishop’s School netballers make impression in Malta

    TWENTY-NINE girls and three staff members from Bishop of Hereford's Bluecoat School returned with successes from a netball tour in Malta. The pupils had one day of intensive coaching and then competed in two tournaments at two levels - under-14 and under

  • Wood winner

    HEREFORD Couriers' Tim Clarke was just outside the record time when he won the Shobdon Wood six-mile multi-terrain race in 34 mins 30 secs. His team-mate Matt James was second in 35.02 and third was Mike Fawcett of Wye Valley in 35.25, while Couriers

  • Mixed results for schools

    HEREFORD Schools Under-15 and Under-14 teams completed their league fixtures with narrow defeats against Solihull. The Under-15s, needing to win by three goals to pip Coventry and finish in the top two, piled on the pressure against league winners Solihull

  • Flats to replace toilets

    A NEW block containing flats and a restaurant will be built in place of public toilets in Hereford. Planning permission and conservation area consent was granted for the development to be built in Union Street yesterday. A total of six residential units

  • Middleton takes double gold in regional races

    DILWYN sculler Daniel Middleton, now a member of the West Midlands Performance Squad based at Evesham, achieved double gold medal successes in the English Regional Championships at Nottingham's six-lane Holme Pierrepont course. Selected the previous

  • Presteigne on brink of first title success

    Presteigne 4 Aberystwyth Reserves 0 TWO wins in four days mean that Presteigne stand on the brink of their first ever Spar Mid Wales League title. After a goalless first period, Presteigne pressed strongly after the break and took the lead when Luke

  • Sparks flying to success with squad of young enthusiasts

    GYMNASTICS in Here-ford is on the up again with the newly-formed Sparks club going from strength to strength, writes Richard Prime. When the successful and long-established Harle-quins club closed its doors 18 months ago, it left a large void for gymnasts

  • Luctonians storm through in North Midlands quarter-final

    Luctonians 102 pts Camp Hill 0 NORTH Midlands Cup holders Luctonians stormed to a semi-final place with an overwhelming victory against lower-graded opponents Any notion that Luctonians would have difficulty maintaining their momentum after the previous

  • Ledbury’s golden moment

    IT needed a golden try' to decide the Under-8 Tag final of Luctonians Anglo-Welsh Mini Rugby Festival. Ledbury and Longlevens were 4-4 at the end of normal time in a closely fought final. So the first to score in extra time would take the title and

  • Tank crushes rivals' hopes

    Droitwich 2nd 19 pts Hereford 3rd 26 HEREFORD rallied well to inflict only the second defeat of the season on the Herefordshire & Worc-estershire Merit Table Division 2 leaders. Droitwich piled on 19 unanswered points in the first period and, with

  • Young Wyesiders triumph over county rivals to lift trophy

    Hereford 27 pts Luctonians 5 HEREFORD established county bragging rights at under-14 level with a comfortable win in the North Midlands Under-14 Cup final. The young Wyesiders made a lively start and after forwards Craig Beaumont, Jake

  • Six A-Side League

    DESPITE losing their last two games, HLC Halo held on at the top of the Hereford Premier Division to take the title from Gamecock.

  • Runners-up hopes remain

    Phoenix 3 Leafield Athletic 2 PHOENIX kept alive their hopes of runners-up spot in the Central Warwick-shire under-16 league with a dramatic late win against all the odds. The city side were able to field only 10 players and were two goals adrift

  • Eight-goal thriller as Wellington fight back

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  • Styles and McLean strikes boost Rangers’ title bid

    WELLINGTON Rangers held their nerve to beat off a spirited challenge from lowly Fownhope, running out 2-0 home winners to keep their Hereford Times Here-fordshire League Premier Division title challenge well on course. Fownhope gave as good as they got

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  • Snowy and his beloved Sutton celebrate 60 years of success

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  • Bromyard lifted by impressive away win

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  • Pegasus pay for wasteful first-half performance

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  • Hereford miss chances

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  • Sunday best for new boys Sinkum

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  • Villa Old Stars join in the 40th celebrations

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  • Davis’ brace helps Fields to successful home finish

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  • Jump to it at pilot practice sessions

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  • Saddle up for club

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  • Painting the best of British

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  • Alison’s call for caution in rides after fall

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  • Can you solve a mystery?

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  • Busy night for fire brigade

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