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King's Thorn & The Birches Newsletter A Newsletter for the Villages of King's Thorn, Little Birch & Much Birch – October 2009 New Rector DIARY DATES FOR OCTOBER 2009 The Church Wardens are pleased 24TH SEPTEMBER – Bingo LBVH to be able to announce the 25TH SEPTEMBER – MB Village Market appointment of the new Rector of 27TH SEPTEMBER – Harvest Thanksgiving at Methodist Chapel the Wormelow Hundred Group of 30TH SEPTEMBER – Gardening Club Outing Parishes. He is Rev. Mark 1ST OCTOBER – MBPC Meeting Johnson, at present Team Vicar 2ND OCTOBER – Village Quiz 9TH OCTOBER – Pantomime Initial Meeting in the Hereford South Wye Team 10TH OCTOBER – Harvest Supper at Little Birch Village Hall Ministry. 11TH OCTOBER – Harvest Thanksgiving at Little Birch Church The Institution and Induction of 13TH OCTOBER – Evergreen Club Outing the new Rector will take place on 13TH OCTOBER - PACT Meeting MONDAY 16TH NOVEMBER at 13TH OCTOBER – Whist Drive LBVH Kings Caple Church at 7.30pm. 17TH OCTOBER – Flicks in the Sticks Everyone will be welcome at this 20TH OCTOBER – W.I. Service. 28TH OCTOBER – Gardening Club Mark and his wife, Lyn, and their three children, Ruth, Esther and ADVANCE NOTICES Luke, will be living at The 4TH NOVEMBER – LBPC Meeting Rectory, Much Birch which is 6TH & 7TH NOVEMBER – Halfway Community Theatre 16TH NOVEMBER – Induction of new Rector, Kings Caple situated just behind the 17TH NOVEMBER – W.I. Community Hall. We all join 20TH NOVEMBER – Pampered Chef together in wishing them 21ST NOVEMBER – Flicks in the Sticks happiness in their new life with 27TH NOVEMBER – Village Market with a Christmas flavour the seven churches in the 15TH DECEMBER – W.I Christmas Evening Benefice, the Methodist Church in Little Birch and with all their Stainers, to see this year’s apple Harvest Thanksgiving Parishioners. crops and to learn about the Harvest Thanksgiving Services ______________________________ different types of apples grown will be held at 3.00pm. on The arrangement is to meet at Bingo SUNDAY, 27TH SEPTEMBER in the Kings Thorn bus The next Bingo will be held be on the Methodist Chapel and at stop/carpark at 6.15pm. Visitors THURSDAY, 24TH SEPTEMBER 3.00pm. in Little Birch Church on are advised to wear flat shoes. at 8.00pm. in LBVH. There are SUNDAY, 11TH OCTOBER For further information contact special prizes and refreshments Everyone will be most warmly Helen Fox – 541004 or John will be available. welcomed. Sandwiched in Bryant 540316. ______________________________________ between these two services will ______________________________________ be the Harvest Supper at Little M.B. Village Market Birch Village Hall, see next page. Village Quiz Please support the Village _______________________________________ Much Birch W.I. will be holding their Market in MB Community Hall on Annual Village Quiz on FRIDAY, 2ND FRIDAY, 25TH SEPTEMBER Gardening Club OCTOBER at 7.30pm. in MB between 2.30pm. and 4.30pm. WEDNESDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER Community Centre. If your Club or ______________________________________ is the day the Club will be visiting Organisation have not been notified, the Dragon Orchard, home of the and you would like to participate with a team of four, please phone LBVH Harvest Supper Whist Drive Mrs. Jennifer Jones on 01981 The Harvest Supper is on Our next Whist Drive is on 540698. SATURDAY 10TH OCTOBER at TUESDAY 13TH OCTOBER. in ______________________________________ 7.00pm. for 7.30pm. Little Birch Village Hall at Pantomime The Committee of LBVH extend a 7.30pm. Entry: £1.50. Excellent The initial meeting will be on warm invitation to all members prizes and refreshments will be FRIDAY, 9TH OCTOBER at 7.30pm. of the community to share a meal available. New players are in LBVH. Hilary Gould will be together at this annual always welcome. pleased to meet both adults and celebration of harvest. _____________________________________ children interested in taking part in Entrance: Adults £6.50 this year’s pantomime. Hilary would Flicks in the Sticks Children under 12, £3.00. also like to hear from people who New Season: ______________________________________ are willing to assist with all the SATURDAY, 17TH OCTOBER at necessary back stage jobs. The Evergreen Club 7.30pm. — Morris: A Life With ______________________________________ Our last outing this year will be Bells On – 12. on TUESDAY 13TH OCTOBER, Starring Derek Jacobi and many Annual Flu Jab Invitation other talented British actors, this is From 8:30am. – 11:30am. on when we are going to Westonbirt a heartwarming feature length SATURDAY, 10TH OCTOBER and Arboretum, hoping to catch the comedy that follows the fortunes of again the following week on autumn colours at their peak. one of the leading Morris teams in SATURDAY, 17TH OCTOBER Much The cost will be £10 for members the country. Go to Birch Surgery will be giving Anti Flu and £12 for non-members. This www.morrismovie.com for more Jabs at Much Birch Community hall . includes entrance to the details and to see a trailer. These clinics are for all Much Birch arboretum. Advance notice Surgery patients who are over 65 01981 540932 (or 540683) Is Anybody There? 12A will be the years of age or are at risk from The pick-ups are: film shown next month on influenza (including patients with Brandon Coach Depot 8.45 SATURDAY, 21ST NOVEMBER at asthma and chronic breathing Tump Lane (bungalows) 8.55 7.30pm. problems, diabetes, heart or kidney The Park, Wormelow 9.00 Set in 1980s seaside England, this is disease or impaired immune Tump Lane (middle) 9.05 the story of Edward, an unusual ten systems, and those who are carers Poor Clares Convent 9.10 year old boy growing up in an old or who have previously had a flu Kings Thorn bus shelter 9.15 people's home run by his parents. jab). M. B. Church bus stop 9.20 Edward's is a rather lonely Please arrive at Much Birch Surgery Axe & Cleaver bus stop 9.25 existence until he meets Clarence Reception to register for the Merton Hotel 9.40 (Michael Caine), a retired magician vaccination and receive your ticket Fonteine Court 9.45 with a liberating streak of which you should present to the anarchy. ______________________________________ nurse or doctor in the Community ______________________________________ Hall. When you get to the Hall, it PACT Meetings would be helpful if you could Herefordshire Council and its W.I. remove your coat and wear a short partners are committed to The subject of the meeting on sleeved top, so that the jab can be improving the way they engage with TUESDAY 20TH OCTOBER will be administered without the need to local residents and respond to the ‘Decorative boxes for Christmas’ remove further clothing. IF YOU priorities and needs of local and the speaker will be Hilary ARE NOT FEELING WELL ON THE communities. To do this PACT Gamble. DAY, please mention this BEFORE meetings (Partners and TUESDAY, 17TH NOVEMBER is the having your jab. Communities Together) take place AGM and 15TH DECEMBER is the It is important to understand that at least four times a year and the Member’s Christmas Evening. this vaccination is your annual next one is at MB Village Hall. on Meetings take place in Much Birch seasonal flu jab and any TUESDAY, 13TH OCTOBER at Community Hall at 7.30pm. Visitors information on the swine flu 7:00pm. If you want to know what and potential new members are vaccination programme will be is really going on in your area and always welcome. For more separately advertised. have your say, please don’t moan information please contact Kath Drs. Davies, Johnson, England and and whine at home, attend these Watts, 01981 540382, or Jennifer Seftel meetings and voice your opinions. Jones, 01981 540698. __________________________________________ It is up to residents to make these ______________________________________ meetings a success! Gardening Club Local News President at the age of 80. In recent Little Birch and King’s Thorn Congratulations are extended to years, his mobility was impaired Gardening Club will meet on FRANK SHORT on the occasion of and he gave up driving some 12 WEDNESDAY, 28TH. OCTOBER his 97th birthday which he months ago. Moving to Cornwall when a Panel of Members will give a celebrated with family and friends means that Betty and Dennis are ‘Review of the Season’ and try to and we wish him many more now very close to their son and his answer any questions. Everyone birthdays to come. He says “ I am family. We send our best wishes and welcome! doing my best with the help of hope they will be very happy in ______________________________________ friends and taking the right their new home. medicine(?). Mayhill Lodge is now occupied by M.B. Village Market There have been some excellent TESSA and KEVIN BOKOLE and their The October market takes place in results for our young people this sons, JO JO (JOSEPH) and PHENYO Much Birch Community Hall on year. Here are a few of them. and we give them all a very warm FRIDAY, 23RD of the month between JAMES FOX has already gone to welcome. Tessa (nee Sklan and 2.30pm. and 4.30pm. Plymouth University to study erstwhile of Parish Lane) went to There are a few new stalls so please marine biology and JARRED Botswana as a volunteer to work for come along to support local MITTELHOLTZER is off to six months with disabled children producers and makers. Aberystwyth to study law. and then spent another four years On FRIDAY, 27TH NOVEMBER we MATTHEW & REBECCA FOX gained setting up a new orphanage for are hoping there will be various four and three ‘A’ levels respectively children whose parents had died stalls selling Christmas gifts, as well and are going to University next from Aids. We also welcome SUSAN as the usual food producers. year. KATIE BAYNHAM gained five HOGG to Waterloo Cottage and we For further information please A levels and has qualified to go to hope she will be very happy in her contact Kath Watts, 01981 540382 Swansea University to study new home. ______________________________________ criminology and psychology. It is good to report that WIN PIPE is HANNAH DYER and DARCEY now back at home following an Halfway Community Theatre operation and we send our best BAYNHAM both did particularly We are pleased to announce that wishes and prayers for a full and well in their GCSE’s. Darcey has our next show 'My Favourite speedy recovery. already started at the 6th form Things' will take place in Much ______________________________________ college in Hereford. Birch Community Hall on FRIDAY In September, DENNIS and BETTY and SATURDAY, 6TH & 7TH HANDS of Kings Thorn moved to Horticultural Show Report NOVEMBER at 7.30pm. Come and The morning of Saturday 5th Cornwall, leaving their house, enjoy a few old favourites and a lot September was cool and clear when Mayhill Lodge, which Dennis of new surprises!!! Tickets are we arrived at Little Birch Village designed and which was built in the available from Audrey Crowte on Hall at 8.30am. Busy helpers had set 1960’s. Dennis was the architect 01981 540432 from the beginning out the many white paper covered with Hereford County Council for of September and, as usual, the cost, tables the previous afternoon while many years and his pencil drawings to include a hot supper, is £10 a Janet Gwinnett was busy with the of over 150 churches in the County head (£5 for under 14's). Don't Children’s Workshop. The bright were compiled over a decade of forget to bring your own drink and a emptiness would not last, as by 11 visiting and sketching them with glass. We look forward to seeing o’clock 58 people had displayed 452 painstaking attention to detail. you there. exhibits, 82 more than last year, Members of the erstwhile FORUM filling the tables to over-flowing. Pampered Chef Evening will vividly remember Dennis’ talk The largest increase was in the This is an invitation to all keen on Rowlestone Barn and New Mills Domestic Section where last year’s cooks and budding chefs to attend a Farm with slides illustrating the 58 entries rose to 96. Floral Art demonstration of high quality external and internal features, almost doubled and with the kitchen accessories on FRIDAY, which again, he had drawn in abundant displays of produce 20TH NOVEMBER in LBVH - a pre immaculate detail. Some of these presented a colourful scene. Christmas treat for those in charge are published in ‘Little Birch on A note on the Entry Form this year of the festive menu and lots of ideas Aconbury Hill’, copies of which are drew people’s attention to the fact for gifts. still available from members of the that the Llywellyn Sutton Cup is Entrance free. Nibbles and drinks History Group. open to families and this produced a will be served! Dennis loved cricket and for many lot of interest giving the whole _____________________________________ years was a hard working proceedings a good family feeling. committee member of Wormelow Many, like three generations of the Cricket Club and was voted Humby family, put in a great team The Pied Piper Summer Panto The rest of the woods will continue effort, including Peter Humby Mr. Paul Bishop would like to to be managed by selective felling of winning the coveted 1st prize for the thank all those involved with the hardwoods and softwoods, each King’s Thorn Fruit Cake. They Junior Pantomime, especially the tree being assessed for the best time were only 1 point behind the joint parents and to Geoff, Adrienne, to fell. Healthy trees are being left effort of Derek Scrivens and his Richard and Mike for their longer than the usual age of 150 granddaughter Poppy, but they backstage work. "I told you those years. The assumption is that were all eclipsed by the Father and kids were good, didn't I !. " healthy trees will produce healthy Daughter team of Vic Townsend __________________________________________ acorns and these can be harvested, and Sue Waldron. grown on in the nursery then Vic Townsend also won the Walk round Aconbury Woods planted in the gaps created when Horticultural Shield impressing us, At the beginning of July over 30 tall enough to out-compete the once again, with his wonderful people were led on a very bracken. vegetables. informative walk around Aconbury The time for felling is very Last year’s winner, Martin woods by Geraint Richards, Head restricted, usually March/April, in Gallagher, decided this year to have Forester for the Duchy of Cornwall, the hope that least damage will be a go at the Domestic Section and and Graham Taylor from Pryor caused to the environment. Horses came very close to our Winner of Ricketts, who manages the forestry have been and will be used for the Domestic Cup, Patricia Kelly. for the Duchy estates in hauling timber but they are not The David Enoch Cup for the Best Herefordshire. We were informed always available. Exhibit in the Show was won by of their plans for the wood in the When re-planting takes place, seed Selby Lloyd for a wonderful vase of immediate and long-term future and from the woods is often used but a Chrysanthemums but Des Wathen shown particular areas which mixture of species is planted as this won the Rose Bowl for the Flower illustrated their points. discourages the spread of species- Section. They told us that their plans for the specific diseases. The Floral Art Shield was returned next five years involve a variety of In order to encourage healthy to Mary Hill for another year and activities. These include the process growth it has been necessary to cull the Children’s Shield was awarded of clearing conifers from the sweet the huge number of squirrels which to 3 year old Poppy Scrivens who chestnut/conifer stands planted in do untold damage, particularly also won the Cup for Children the 1980s and cutting down the noticeable on the sweet chestnuts under 8 years. The winner of the sweet chestnuts for the stumps to (we were shown several examples) Cup for Children over 8 years was re-grow as coppice. A few where bark is stripped killing the Iona Collinson. undamaged trees will be left as tree above that level. Squirrels are There were no entry fees and no standards. We were shown the area either shot or trapped, not poisoned. charge to come and see the Show, behind the chapel which has been A concerted effort had removed a but the Raffle, run by Derek and cleared over the past 2 years and large proportion of the squirrels but Margaret Scrivens, the the shoots from the stumps were young males have been moving in refreshments, organised by Mike clearly visible. The remains of the from surrounding areas so the Leigh and Jennifer Jones, and the conifers are to be left to decompose culling will be ongoing. It is also Auction of Produce at the end, ably slowly, being the most necessary to cull the deer conducted by our Chairman, John environmentally friendly method population as they too strip bark but Bryant, should go some way to fund for disposing of them. Two other the idea is to keep their numbers at this community event. stands of conifer and sweet chestnut a sustainable size. This was another very successful are to be dealt with in the same way It was made very clear that we are Show and thanks must go to the over the next four years or so. The most welcome in the woods – it is a King’s Thorn & Little Birch ultimate aim is to have a proportion facility for which we are most Gardening Club Committee and their of the woodland down to coppice grateful. We may be able to benefit helpers for the time and effort which will be harvested every 20 in the not-too-distant future from involved to stage this popular Show. years or so mainly producing wood blocks and charcoal from the We also thank all the exhibitors and fencing – the benefit of chestnut is Duchy who hope to arrange sale of visitors for making it so worthwhile that it does not rot so does not need these locally. and look forward to doing it all treating. Hazel will also be ______________________________________ again next year! coppiced, but on a 10 year cycle, to ______________________________________ produce such items as wattle LBPC fencing. Some of this is being Report on LBPC Meeting 2nd Sept. carried out by the Wye Woods No interests were declared. Project. Minutes of the meeting held on 1st Application - Bromley Court, 2026 will be lost for ever. One path July were read and signed as a true Hoarwithy - New porch and has already been identified. If record. verandah to south east elevation anyone knows of others please let Matters Arising from previous and removal of existing porch us know. Also, it would be most minutes: Little Birch Parish Council required – DCSW0009/1602/F. appreciated if all walkers who Chairman informally spoke to Much Paperwork to be returned with no encounter problems on their walks Birch Parish Council Chairman objections. would report them to the Footpaths concerning the Communications Any Other Business Officer. Group and the outstanding CSO Fiona Witcher reported no See full report on website The newsletter payments. At the same crime for the parish. Footpaths officer is Cllr. Glen Sims time he expressed LBPC’s full Clerk to contact residents 01981 540052 in the evenings. support for the newsletter. The concerning highway obstructions. Planning Applications Parish Freighter was deemed a Date of Next Meeting – Application for comment: success with many residents making WEDNESDAY, 4TH NOVEMBER DCSW0009/1249/F - Lynwood, use of this facility. Future costs of Parish Clerk Wrigglebrook, Kings Thorn - this service are expected to rise Please contact the Parish Clerk, Liz Proposed new house - revised considerably during the next Callwood 540081 or scheme to planning permission financial year and must be budgeted firstname.lastname@example.org with any DCSW/2006/3042/F - repositioning for within the next precept. issues concerning Little Birch of some external openings. Village Hall – To comply with the Parish. Application Type: Full. Charities Commission, LBVH ______________________________________ Application Supported. Committee members were declared DCSW2009/1313/F- Owaissa trustees of the Village Hall with MBPC Kings Thorn - Two Story extension LBPC as custodial trustees. It was Report on MBPC Meeting 2nd July and conservatory with veranda. agreed that LBPC must keep copies Lengthsman’s work Application Type – Full. of all legal paperwork concerning Grass cutting will continue in Application Supported. the Village Hall. Current fund identified areas of the parish. Planning Applications commented raising events were discussed. Grit Bins on at Extraordinary meeting on Parish Lengthsman – Invoice MBPC has arranged a visit with 13/08/09 received for work completed. HFDC Highways to look at providing DCSW0009/1617/F - Removal of Parish Initiative - An more grit bins in the parish. It was condition 13 of approved planning unsatisfactory response was stated by the PC that the Grit bins application DCSW2009/0091/F received from Herefordshire Council are provided by HFDC and are The seven existing poultry units as concerning a recently inspected topped up at intervals throughout identified on the approved plan and wall. Clerk to contact Herefordshire the year. They are for the purpose associated equipment including Council and inform resident. of gritting minor roads and NOT for silos shall be demolished together Parish Field – Tree works to start parishioners own use to grit their with the removal of all concrete mid September. driveways. bases. HALC - Report on Southern Area Footpaths Report Application unsupported. Clerk to meeting - It was agreed that Mr. A good start has been made on send a letter to Herefordshire Morley would continue representing inspecting the condition of Council Planning outlining the the Parish Council at these meetings footpaths. This is an ongoing reasons why it is unsupported. and give feedback. process that will take many more DCSW0009/1611/F - Minster Farm Financial Report – Two cheques months to complete. An accurate Much Birch - Steel framed were written survey is the aim. agricultural building clad with green Correspondence - A detailed list of The PC has applied to join the sheeting and new access track. all correspondence was given to the Parish Path Partnership Scheme Application Type: Full. Application Parish Council and noted with any which offers an opportunity for Supported responses detailed under ‘Any Other community involvement in Parish Freighter Business’. safeguarding the future of our The Parish Freighter has been Planning footpaths. The role of volunteers is booked for SATURDAY 31ST Permission - Lynwood - proposed important and there is a small group OCTOBER at two sites. new house (revised scheme to of parishioners who are helping. It Car Park area at Kings Thorn Bus planning permission is important to bear in mind that Stop between 11.00am. & 1.00pm. DCSW2006/3042F repositioning of any footpaths and bridleways Tump Lane between 2.00pm. & some external openings – created before 1949 which are not 4.00pm. DCSW0009/1249F. recorded on the Definitive Map by Kings Thorn Telephone Kiosk At this time of year Fly tipping is a and the vehicle, a Ford Maverick, BT has written to the Parish Council problem. If anybody see’s anybody was set alight at aprox. 7.00am. the offering adoption of this kiosk for possibly fly tipping or acting following day. The digger was £1.00. The PC is keen to find out suspiciously please report it to us. A unloaded from the back of the how MB parishioners feel about registration number from vehicles is trailer at the side of the road near adopting this kiosk. Please write to always very helpful. Little Birch - just down from the the Parish Clerk or contact a Parish A member of the public came across Caldicott Crossroads, and later put Councillor to give your views. 2 people breaking into their garage back on the trailer in the same place. Correspondence. in the Garway Hill area. After the The digger had a tracking device Parish councillors had previously offenders were disturbed they ran attached, and we have now just been given the correspondence list off across fields to a vehicle similar found the vehicle in woodland which was noted. to YX51**F. If you ever find yourself nearby, still with the trailer, Date of Next Meeting in a similar position please call 999 possibly waiting to be collected! It THURSDAY, 1ST OCTOBER at straight away and again vehicle shows that it is worth fitting 7.30pm. in MB Community Centre. registrations are very helpful. tracking devices to farm and plant Local residents are very welcome to Enquiries are ongoing. machinery, as well as marking them attend and air their views in the A hay turner worth £3,000 was with SmartWater. We are hoping Open Discussion. stolen from a field between that someone saw this digger at Parish Clerk Dinedor and Holme Lacy overnight some point during the journey - if If you have any queries on Parish on Fri 21st/Sat 22nd August. It was so, please get in touch asap. Council matters please telephone a Vicon HS360 model, mostly red in Throughout the county we are the Clerk on 01432 870874 or write colour but with some black. experiencing a number of thefts of to: Mrs Kath Greenow, Hackford Over the weekend the Village Hall farm machinery and equipment - House, Dinedor, Hereford HR2 6PD. at Orcop was broken into. The please ensure that these items are The full minutes of the July meeting suspects gained entry by forcing a secured, preferably locked away, on 2/7/2009 are on our website, window, and then broke into the and also marked in some way or www.muchbirchparish.org.uk electricity meter, which was empty another - SmartWater is an excellent _______________________________ at the time. Nothing appears to product which can be used. have been stolen from the premises. Another reminder that if you call Neighbourhood Watch September one of our mobiles and there is no Crime Trends in August Overnight on 10th/11th September, answer/no signal please call the A bike that was against a hedge on a crate of woodworking tools valued 03003333000 number to report the Lowe Lane, Much Dewchurch was at over £1000 were stolen from a incident as it could then be passed taken on Monday 17th between workshop at a house in Kings to us via our control system. 10:00 and 12:00. It is a sporty Thorn. Also a green John Deere Thieves are using large vehicles, looking bike black and yellow in Quad bike and a 14ft Ifor Williams probably with hiab lifts on the back, colour. It is possible that someone trailer were stolen from a farm in to steal these items, and often the may have picked it up for safe Pontrilas. The items were not thefts are occurring during daylight keeping. Does anyone remember secured in any way, which made it hours. These people are brazen, and seeing this bike or seeing anyone in an easy night’s work for the will go into fields and steal trailers, possession of it? suspects. The following night a equipment etc in broad daylight - it A property in Dinedor was burgled Ford Transit van was stolen from a is because they are so brazen about around the 18th or 19th . The owners garage premises in Much Birch, and it that they get away with it - any of the property were away on was found burnt out in Gwent the witnesses assume they are holiday. If anyone is going away or same day. Again at night a vehicle legitimate! Please be suspicious of knows of anyone going away feel was entered in Much Dewchurch, any vehicles like this seen in our free to let us know so we can help and a flashing beacon was stolen, as rural lanes, and take registration keep an eye on the property. well as five litres of diesel. numbers if possible and pass them Some scrap metal was stolen in A white/orange 110 mini digger to us so that we can make some Little Birch on the 19th between was stolen from a farm in enquiries. We can soon establish 12:30-18:00. This is just a reminder Clehonger, believed on the back of a whether or not they are genuine. to keep any scrap out of sight or trailer that was also stolen from the Herefordshire Crime Prevention locked away. Please try to keep farm, and was used sometime Panel is looking for new members - gates shut/locked if possible it all during the night to attempt to can you help? helps as a deterrent. remove a vehicle from woodland The Panel is an independent body Large amounts of fly tipping have between Little Birch and Little which was formed 21 years ago with been reported in the last few days! Dewchurch. The attempt failed, over 20 members from many information. 01432 346756 sectors of the community. Please note the new number for Non-Emergency phone It aims to encourage greater public contacting West Mercia Police (if 08457 444 888 participation in the prevention and you can't get hold of us on our Emergency phone 999 solution of crime, and the panel mobile phones) is __________________________________ works closely with the police to this 0300 333 3000 end. The panel have provided ______________________________________ Your Local Representatives funding over the years for literature East – on bogus callers, personal safety Officers based at Peterchurch JOHN BULBECK 540178 and security of belongings in motor Local Police Officer Central – vehicles, as well as crime prevention PC Andrew Bundy. BOB PETERS 540670 devices such as shed bars and panic Mobile No: 07855 385 844 West – alarms. Email: BETTY PHILPOTT 540614 They played a large part for many email@example.com ______________________________________ years in 'Crucial Crew' which is an nn.police.uk annual event run for all primary Items/Copy Community Support Officers school pupils in the county, teaching PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF CSO 6173 Fiona Witcher. youngsters many aspects of DATE. Mobile No: 07779 141 232 personal safety. Please may I have items for the More recently, the panel have Email: NOVEMBER issue via email worked with us and Smartwater, firstname.lastname@example.org attachment in Word format to: and those of you who have olice.uk email@example.com or purchased this product will recall CSO 6993 Kevin Powell. by hand or post to Mrs. S.E. writing your cheques to the panel! Mobile No: 07779 141 232 Mathews, Folly Cottage, Little Now, sadly, there are only six Email: members left on the panel, and in Birch, HR2 8BD by no later than kevin.powell.c6993@westmercia order for it to continue its valuable .pnn.police.uk work, they are looking for 'fresh Response Policing 16TH OCTOBER blood', which is why I am including PC Roger Bradley this item in our bulletin in the hope ______________________________________ that some of you out there can spare a few hours for this worthy cause. Email: If you'd like to know more, please firstname.lastname@example.org get in touch. olice.uk Internet Safety Talks Hereford Rural South Email Were given last week. If any herefordruralsouth.lpt@westmer parents have concerns about cia.pnn.police.uk internet safety and their children, Hereford Rural South Answer please contact the police for phone LOCAL BUS 411 - Wednesdays only The 411 bus to Hereford operates on Wednesday mornings, returning at lunchtime. From Wormelow it runs via Much Birch, Kings Thorn Road, Little Birch Road, New Road, Pendant Pitch, Barrack Hill, The Thorn and Kings Thorn bus shelter. It can be hailed at any suitable point along its route through the area. 10.06 Wormelow, Tump Inn 13.20 Hereford, Country Bus Station 10.07 Wormelow, Tump Lane 13.28 Hereford, Broad Street 10.12 Little Birch, Castle Inn 13.41 Kings Thorn, Bus shelter 10.18 Kings Thorn, Bus shelter 13.46 Little Birch, Castle Inn 10.31 Hereford, Bridge Street 13.51 Wormelow, Tump Lane 10.38 Hereford, Country Bus Station 13.52 Wormelow, Tump Inn These are the officially published times, but the bus can run up to 15 minutes early. Note that on its return journey the bus stops by request only – tell the driver where you want to alight. The service is subsidised by Herefordshire Council.
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