If so, The Courtyard needs YOU to join in with the annual panto – and this time, for the first time ever, it’s…. PETER PAN.
Take the second star to the right and straight on till morning and hook up with the boy who never grew up! You don’t have to believe in fairies but an exciting adventure awaits us all in this magical and spectacular pantomime.
Adapted from the original by J.M Barrie and by arrangement with Great Ormond Street Hospital and Samuel French Ltd.
AUDITIONS ARE ON: SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2018.
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Herefordshire County Council considered reports and recommendations regarding the Hereford Transport Package at a meeting today (Friday 27 July) at Shire Hall following shortlisting in January 2018.
A public consultation was carried out through February and March to assess the public view of the Hereford Transport Package, including proposed bypass routes and active travel measures. Following today’s cabinet approval, the red route will now be taken forward for further scheme development and consultation later this year.
Considerable work has been undertaken by the the County Council to assess environmental, engineering, economic and traffic factors affecting the different routes. Based on this technical work and the public consultation feedback, detailed reports were produced to recommend the red route as the preferred bypass route corridor.
The route takes a path along the West side of the city and crosses the River Wye at Breinton.
Cllr Philip Price, cabinet member for infrastructure, said: “We are committed to keeping local residents and businesses fully updated and involved, and we encourage people to take part in the further consultation later this year. Your feedback is vital in helping to shape how we move forward.
“The proposed bypass will improve connectivity to the rest of the UK, create the infrastructure to enable business growth and support new housing, improve options for walking and cycling and help to alleviate Hereford’s traffic congestion problems. It is of huge strategic value for the entire region.”
The full agenda from this morning’s meeting can be found here.
Hereford born Nico is currently taking part in a competition called Now That’s Entertainment. An online based competition where acts from around the UK have entered in a bid to get themselves noticed in the entertainment business.
Nico has entered this competition as he wants to push himself to pursue a full time singing career sand to make his dream a reality.
The winner of the competition will win £10,000 and a private audition with an ITV show
Indie’s Gift provides parents of neonatal babies packs of essentials during their first week in hospital. They are constantly fundraising to provide the essential items such as sanitary & hygiene items, chocolate treats and useful information for parents with sick and premature babies.
WIN A TRIP TO DISNEYLAND PARIS!
Indie’s gift are giving away this incredible prize to one Indie’s Angel – for just £5 per entry you could win a family weekend away worth almost £2,800!
This incredible prize includes return flights and transfers, a family suite, breakfast and dinner, two day park tickets and an amazing photo bundle.
To enter just send £5 to email@example.com via PayPal*, with all money raised going directly to Indie’s Gift Neonatal Family Charity. For more information on the charity please go to www.indiesgift.co.uk
If you cannot enter, PLEASE help the charity by spreading the word – it’s free to do so and makes a huge difference to the exposure of the competition.
Entry is £5 per ticket, for as many tickets as you wish to buy, there is no limit.
Prize valid between Sept 2018 and August 2019 exclusive of Dec 15th to Jan 15th
Full details will be given to winner upon announcement
Family suite included consists of one double, one twin and one pull out bed or cot. With disabled access.
Dinner at Buffalo Bills Theme Bar maximum spend of £85.
Competition winner will be announced on August 25th at 2100 and drawn via a random name generator
Eight year old Martha Jinks is raising money for Bodie Hodges Foundation in memory of her cousin Alfie Hyett, who lost his life in a tragic accident at home two years ago.
The Foundation provides welcome respite and support to families mourning the loss of a child, and are huge advocates of the Organ Donor register.
Brave Martha is cutting her hair to raise money for the Foundation who helped her Aunt Louise through the loss of Alfie, but donating the hair cut off to Herefordshire based charity The Little Princess Trust who help children who have suffered hair loss.
Mum Ellie spoke to us of her daughter’s selflessness,”As you can imagine I am extremely proud of her, she is only 8 and the amount of support we have received is phenomenal, in 3 weeks Martha has raised £473 totalling £570 including gift aid! We are hoping to get a lot more support!”
The date for her hair to be chopped is 21st August, so there’s still plenty of time to support Martha’s fundraising: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/LouiseHembrow
Hereford Community Clean Up Group last week signed an agreement with Arriva Trains Wales to clear, clean and maintain the raised shrubbery beds at Hereford Railway Station.
It was a member of the group, Jane Denny, who first raised the problem of the overgrown and unsightly raised planters at Hereford Railway Station. She, along with other members of the group, contacted Arriva Trains Wales (who are responsible for the stations upkeep) and arranged to meet them to discuss what could be done about the eyesore that Hereford Station had become in recent years. After numerous meetings, health and safety briefings and site visits, the voluntary group have now signed an agreement with the transport giant to take responsibility for the station’s flower beds.
The community group goes from strength to strength, attracting the sponsorship of many local businesses. This week O H Mower Services of Sweetmans Yard, generously donated a large amount of hand gardening tools to help the volunteers in their efforts to restore the raised beds to their former glory, and make Hereford Railway Station a joy to stop at.