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I am very pleased to announce that one of the initiatives that will be present on the Green Day is Hereford Owl rescue who will bring along 4 owls. A full list of all the organisations and initiatives that will be represented on March 19th is now available.
DON'T MISS IT !!!
A warm welcome is extended to all to join us at Brilley and Michaelchurch Village Hall for a day of ‘green’ events that aim to inspire, inform and actively engage you with our green and beautiful countryside. There are 3 distinct parts to the day:
1. A guided walk
2. Food, gardeners’ swap and information fair
3. Talks and presentations on energy and local ecological initiatives.
Please feel free to attend one or all parts.
See the ‘Events’ on the Brilley website for more information on each part of the day.
HOPE TO SEE MANY OF YOU !
I would like to send a BIG THANKYOU to everyone, for all the good wishes, cards, visits, flowers and goodies I received since my accident 8 weeks ago.
Being housebound and dependent on others has been very frustrating for a control-freak like me, and Chris and I really appreciate all your support and concern.
We’re so lucky to be part of such a lovely community - I look forward to joining you all again soon!
A Waste Charges Consultation has gone live on the Herefordshire Council web site – this is asking for public opinion on the following:
Tip permits for charitable organisations
Large item collections (furniture, domestic appliances etc)
Household bin swaps and replacements
Charging residential, care and nursing homes for waste and recycling collections
The consultation can be found on the link below.
The consultation is due to last from Friday 20th January 2017 until March 3rd 2017.
Thursday 2nd February: What We Did on our Holiday (cert 12A)
David Tennant, Rosamund Pike and Billy Connolly star in this offbeat comedy. Separated couple Doug and Abi, and their 3 children, try to put their differences aside on a trip to Scotand to celebrate Doug’s father Geordie’s 75th birthday.
7.30.p.m. start £4.50 on the door. Bring your own refreshments
Panto dates and times:-
Thursday 16 February at 7.30pm
Friday 17 February at 7.30pm
Saturday 18 February at 2.30pm (matinee) and 7.30pm
Tickets: Adults £7 and children under sixteen £5.
Tickets available from Tom Bounds Electrical, 32 High Street, Kington.
Tel: 01544 231303 (day) 01544 231501 (eve).
Tickets also available on the door.
The history of your family, home and community lives at HARC. This is where Herefordshire’s archives are collected, preserved and shared with you.
Our series of practical training sessions will help you make the most of these wonderful resources. Expert guides will demonstrate how you can become researchers and make your own discoveries in the archives.
Click the links below for more information.