• United retain Senior Cup

    Hereford United 3 Westfields 0 HEREFORD confirmed, unsurprisingly, their place at the top of the county football pyramid with a comfortable HFA Senior Floodlit Cup final win over their city rivals. Fielding largely a reserve side, Hereford still had

  • College plan

    HEREFORD Sixth Form College has submitted a planning application to build a three-storey classroom block on their Folly Lane campus.

  • Golfers raise a hole lot a cash

    MEMBERS of Ross-on- Wye Golf Club have raised more than £1,500 for a county charity. The money was donated to the County Air Ambulance after it was nominated by the ladies section of the golf club as their charity of the year. The money was

  • Fun and games for Victorian days

    YOUNGSTERS in Leominster have been experiencing what school life was like in Victorian times. Year Four pupils at Leominster Junior School were kitted out in Victorian costumes and found their teachers and classrooms had been transformed too.

  • Headteacher leaves with a roar

    A HEREFORD head left in style after completing nearly two decades at a city school. Doug Lowe left Trinity Primary School on the back of a motorbike after 19 years in the job. A procession of motorbikes marked the occasion before Mr Lowe was whisked


    CAMILLA CHIPS IN-A radiant Duchess of Cornwall arrived in Dilwyn on Monday to join villagers for afternoon tea following a guided tour around the Tyrrells Chips factory. HRH spoke to everyone individually including children from the village school.

  • Allow extra time for Aylestone Hill journey

    MOTORISTS in Hereford are being advised to leave a little extra time for their journey when temporary traffic lights will be used on Aylestone Hill this month (April). As part of the staggered zebra crossing scheme on this section of road, a high

  • Problems stemmed from accident

    A HEREFORDSHIRE driver has spoken of the serious effect a road accident had on his life and has appealed to motorists to be more careful on the county's roads. Stuart Pethers, who lives in Little Dewchurch, told the Hereford Times the accident

  • Fans hope for first glimpse of Igoe

    HEREFORD United fans will hope for their first glimse of new signing Sammy Igoe in tonight's HFA Senior Floodlit Cup final against Westfields at Edgar Street, kick-off 7.30pm. Igoe joined the club on a month's loan from Bristol Rovers last week and may

  • Holiday homes

    HEREFORDSHIRE farm buildings will be transformed into holiday flats after winning the approval of council members. Buildings at Little Quebb Farm, Eardisley, are to become self-contained holiday flats and will be fitted with solar panels. The plans

  • Exciting plans for Cathedral Close

    EXCITING plans to restore Hereford Cathedral Close are crucial to the city's future, according to councillors. A £5.6million restoration project has won unanimous approval from Herefordshire Council planners. Called the "opportunity of a lifetime

  • Early warning plan for flood-hit town

    THE RISK of flooding in a market town could be reduced through mobile phone technology. Residents of Linton Park, Bromyard, were among the hundreds who suffered from devastating flooding last summer. But an early-warning system proposed for the

  • New scanner will help bone disease sufferers

    THOUSANDS of people will benefit from a new osteoporosis service at Hereford County Hospital. The hospital has been awarded £87,860 by the National Osteoporosis Society (NOS) which will help to buy a new DXA scanner to measure the density of bones

  • Collision in Allensmore

    A GOODS vehicle and a car collided in Allensmore last night (31/03/08). The collision took place just before 6pm near the garage. There was one adult in the car who was treated at the scene for injuries and then transported to Hereford County Hospital

  • Gift Bag.

    Camilla with her gift bag which is marked with the Leominster Knot.

  • Factory Tour

    Camilla tours the factory with Tyrrells MD Les Sayers.

  • A champagne moment for platinum couple

    THE champagne corks were popping in Almeley as one special couple celebrated 70 years of marriage. Albert and Enid Davies, 94 and 92 respectively, were surrounded by their family and friends to mark their platinum anniversary. Along with many