• Coffee Morning at St John's Room, Hay-on-Wye

    A Coffee Morning was held in aid of Cancer Research UK on Saturday, March 29th at St John's Room. Everyone was there! Homemade bread, cakes, jams, plants and goodies were all on sale. Over £600 was raised on the day! Thank you to all who attended

  • Bredwardine & Brobury National Garden Scheme at Brobury House

    On Sunday, April 6, from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Brobury House will participate in the National Gardens Scheme Open Gardens. Stroll through five acres of gardens, set on the banks of the beautiful River Wye in Brobury. Experience a delightful combination

  • Peterchurch - The Work that Reconnects at Rainbow View

    Personal power for the planet. April 25th - 27th 2008, Golden Valley, Herefordshire This participatory weekend workshop includes creative ways to strengthen our connection with each other, our community and our world. How do we turn painful feelings

  • Bredwardine & Brobury Victorian Fair & Picnic

    Don't miss our Victorian Fair & Picnic on Sunday, June 8th! From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the beautiful gardens of Brobury House located in Brobury on the edge of the River Wye. Bring a picnic lunch. Stay for the Victorian attractions which is sure to include

  • Arabic / Belly Dance for Adults in Kington

    Get in shape and learn Arabic / Belly Dance movements plus enjoy it at the same time! Starting February 19th, classes for Adults will be held on TUESDAY evenings from 6.30pm-8pm at Lady Hawkins School in Kington. For more details, please contact Nancy

  • Tai Chi Classes in Evenjobb

    How about Tai Chi classes! Every Tuesday evening classes for Adults are held from 6.30pm-8pm in Evenjobb. For more details, please contact Neal on 01981 500 113.

  • Tarrington Flicks in the Sticks

    On Saturday April 5th at 7.30pm in the Lady Emily Community Hall, the film "Atonement" will be shown as the last Flicks in the Sticks season, although there will be a children's film in the hall "Ratatouille" on April 26th. Admission to Atonement is £3

  • Tarrington Social Dance

    There will be a social dance at the Community Hall in Tarrington on Friday 4th April at 8pm. The dance starts at 8pm. Please bring your own drinks and nibbles. For more information please ring Veronica Hodges on 01432 890431.

  • Tarrington Tulip Tea

    Tickets are available from members of Tarrington Parochial Church Council for a Tulip Tea to be held at Tarrington Court on Saturday 17th May 2.30 - 5pm. The tickets cost £6 for adults and £3 for under 16's. The tea is being held by kind permission of

  • Tarrington in Bloom

    The Easter Egg Hunt (held to raise funds for Tarrington in Bloom) which took place at the Millpond, Little Tarrington on Easter Sunday, was both enjoyable and financially successful, thanks go to Bill and Lyn Sayer, owners of the Millpond. A meeting

  • Tarrington Parochial Church Council AGM

    On Wednesday 2nd April the AGM of the P.C.C. of Saint Philip and St James, Tarrington was due to be held in the Community Hall. The main aim of the AGM is to elect officers for the coming twelve months. A report of the meeting will appear in next week's

  • Rugby youngsters receive grant boost

    A HEREFORDSHIRE sports club has scored a success after receiving funding to provide temporary shelter at tournaments. Young rugby players at Luctonians Sports Club will benefit from receiving £1,600 from the Kingspan Insulation Community Trust

  • Advice evening for county landlords

    A KEY event for Herefordshire landlords will be held on Wednesday evening (2nd). Organised by Herefordshire Council's strategic housing team, the meeting will give landlords the chance to catch up on a number of important issues. Subjects covered will

  • School has a spruce up

    PARENTS and pupils at a Herefordshire school that fought back from the threat of closure has been tidying up its grounds and opening a new wildlife area. The wildlife area has been constructed to encourage pupils at Canon Pyon CofE Primary School

  • Campaign to get businesses working together starts

    A CAMPAIGN has been launched on Tuesday to protect Hereford's historic city shopping area. With the £900 million Edgar Street Grid (ESG) development planned, Hereford City Partnership (HCP) is leading a campaign to secure the long-term economic

  • Toros lift FW Peterson Cup

    Toros 4 Dore Valley 2 TOROS carried off the Herefordshire Football League FW Peterson Cup with a victory in atrocious weather conditions at Broomy Hill yesterday (Saturday). Striker Craig Forsyth was the Toros hero with a superb hat-trick in a well-contested