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Tomorrow's the day!

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For you to be part of the change you want - if you have a vote please use it, and consider how your candidates' promises could affect our county, for...

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Hereford Community Cleans Up again!

The Eco barge Photo Hereford Times

People power struck again when 100 volunteers removed a ton of rubbish from the River Wye.

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Only 10 days to go -

Polling station sign

before you have a chance to make a difference with your local election vote.

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Star count 2019 - No 'truly dark' skies in Herefordshire, sadly

Starry sky with light glow

The results are out! Well done all of you who braved some chilly night skies to join our citizen science project, mapping 'truly dark' (sadly not many) to severely light-polluted...

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Hereford's consultation on walking, cycling and bus use

Buses and bikes

Our response to the Hereford Transport Package consultation on walking, cycling, bus and public spaces notes an unhelpful focus on engineering solutions to what is essentially an issue of human behaviour...

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International Dark Sky Week 2019 - making the most of this 'new moon' week

Skies over Elan Valley

Lots of you helped research by counting the stars for us in February, but even if you didn't manage to get out to do some counting then, why not enjoy...

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It's #WorldWormWeek! Wonderful worms....

worm

Last spring farmers all over the country supported soil science researchers by digging for worms - the results showed that 42% of fields had very few or completely lacked key types of...

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How to build 500+ Herefordshire homes without any effect on the rural landscape

Sheffield

A new analysis of councils’ Brownfield Land Registers, published on 25 March by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE), demonstrates the huge potential that building on derelict and vacant land has...

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Fracking debate on Thursday -- please contact your MP

Oppose fast track fracking

While it seems as though there's nothing but Brexit, anti-fracking groups including our own National CPRE have been able to force another debate in parliament on the government’s proposals to...

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Who cares about waste?

Waste v2

We do!  HCPRE have just responded to the consultation on the draft Minerals and Waste Local Plan, which closed last week.

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