Herefordshire Council are changing their waste and recycling service from week commencing 18th March 2019. Check if your collection day or collection week is affected www.herefordshire.gov.uk/bincollection
If you would like to get involved with your local community and have a direct say in how things that effect the everyday life of the residents of Bromyard and Winslow why not become a town councillor. Have a look at the Town Council website for more info.
The county’s Talk Community Hubs are a great way to help you better connect with the services, groups and activities taking place in your local community, which can help you stay independent, happy and healthy for longer. The hubs are run by Herefordshire Council’s friendly Community Broker Team, which will be on hand at countywide […]
If you know someone who’s going through hard times at the moment there might be money available to help them out over the winter – talk to your local councillor or call in at the Town Council to see if we can help.
need help with fuel bills? Perhaps there is help available… read this and ask in the Town Council offices.A3 Keep warm keep well Poster Financial help to heat your home Remember to check you are receiving any payments you may be eligible for to help with making your home more energy efficient, improving your heating […]
We have been made aware by our supplier that National Grid have recently received reports of individuals pretending to represent National Grid Metering. The callers may use a number of claims justifying the call, one being that their gas meter is faulty and as such they require meter readings, additional contact information and the customer’s […]
The Town Council has allocated a small pot of money for distribution to local good causes. If you feel your organisation might qualify read the Grant conditions and then complete and submit a grant application form to the Town Council Offices at The Old Vicarage, Rowberry Street. Grant application Form March 2017 Large Format Application Doc
The Police are receiving a number of calls from concerned residents reporting multiple calls from persons purporting to be from the HMRC. The general theme is that answerphone messages are left asking the resident to phone a number back immediately or be threatened with legal action. If the number is phoned, someone tells the […]