Herefordshire EYDCP (Early Years Development Childcare Partnership) and Theatre Company “Purple Monster” are working in partnership with the sole aim of informing people who are thinking of working with children about the variety of jobs and training available in a fun and inspirational way.
An exhibition of batiks, or coloured textiles, by Annabel Carey from Cheltenham and paintings by Ross-on-Wye based artist Victoria Reynolds opens at the Hereford Museum & Art Gallery on Saturday, 29th May.
As part of the Creative Industries in Herefordshire Programme, the Royal National College for the Blind is once again offering an opportunity for a local artist or craftsperson to be based at the college in Hereford for a year.
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s decision to refuse permission for a 300-caravan village for migrant workers at Brierley Court, Herefordshire Council has now given the company running the farm an ultimatum.
A comprehensive and easy to access database of community and voluntary groups in Herefordshire is to be launched on Thursday, May 20, at the new Bromyard Centre and will be available to search on the Internet.
Herefordshire Council Parks, Countryside & Leisure Development Service is pleased to announce that 12 new benches are to be installed at Long Acre Open Space and Rope Walk by the riverside in Ross-on-Wye within the next month.