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Hereford United – public inquiry

Hereford United – public inquiry

IT’S OUR COUNTY CALLS FOR PUBLIC INQUIRY Hereford United Football Club has gone from crisis to crisis and owner to owner since it was was relegated from the ‘Conference’ (fourth division) league in June this year. This was due not to its football results (though in truth it was rubbing along at the bottom or(…)

Rose Gardens Revived

Rose Gardens Revived

It’s Our County Cllrs Charles Nichols (Three Elms) and Les Tawn (City Councillor and Mayor) responded to local wardens concerns about the neglect of the Rose Gardens behind the Coningsby Almshouses in Widemarsh Street.  They met on site and followed through, ensuring maintenance was carried out.  The gardens are now in good shape, resting for the(…)

It’s Official – Waste is wasting taxpayers’ money

It’s Official – Waste is wasting taxpayers’ money

Today’s report into three PFI waste contracts, published by the government’s Public Accounts Select Committee under the formidable chairmanship of Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MP, has delivered a damning critique of the many ways in which the Herefordshire & Worcestershire PFI waste contract falls short of what’s expected in delivering value for public money from(…)

It’s Our County Makes Space for Cycling

It’s Our County Makes Space for Cycling

It’s Our County councillors have put Herefordshire on a new map – a map of political support for cycling. ‘Space for Cycling’ is a national campaign to improve the standard of provision and increase overall investment in cycling. IOC councillors Liz Chave, Mark Hubbard and Anthony Powers are the first councillors in Herefordshire to support(…)