our wildlife watchers are not to be put off by a bit of cold and snow. See the latest observations from our natural environment. Thanks to the contributors.
The Lyonshall History project have been asked to help locate a lost railway clock.
Its a Bristol Long Case with three brass finials and a hand painted dial.
Further details and picture attached.
Did you know that Lyonshall Memorial Hall is one of three local charities benefitting from the Kington Co-op Community Fund until October 2018?
If you have a Co-op Membership card, every 1% of what you spend on Co-op own brand products, plus money from shopping bag sales, is given
to Community projects like ours.
You can choose which cause your 1% goes to, so if you would like to back the Memorial Hall go to membership.coop.co.uk and select Lyonshall
Memorial Hall. We have already been allocated over £350 from the fund after the first quarter of the scheme.
Our aim is to update, improve and renovate our Memorial Hall over the next few years
This is a poignant year to commemorate the 100 year Anniversary of the Great War for which the Memorial Hall was built, to remember the
fallen from our parish.
? your Memorial Hall; support us now!
One of our country diary contributors has produced this informational document about the wetland areas of Lyonshall.
The first edition of the fascinating nature notes from around the parish of Lyonsahll.
Thank you and happy new year to all our wildlife spotters. Keep up the good work.
Please note there are 6 - 7 well looked after chickens roaming loose by Bramble Cottage off Lynhales Drive, all having yellow leg rings attached.
There also appears to be a Cockerel close by Bramble Cottage too.
If you are their owners can you please retrieve them.
Tuesday 13 February
Learn how to set-up an email account, send and receive emails and attachments.
Laptops will be provided.
Places are FREE but booking is essential for this beginner’s workshop. Book at Kington Library or phone
The chicken manager from Upper House has found a Rottweiler type and a spaniel type on the road.
He has them in his car
If you can locate the owners please call him on 07940 003731
Plans for the Hereford Transport Package – the Hereford Bypass and associated walking, cycling, bus and public realm improvements will be exhibited on the 6, 7 and 8 of February 2018.
The exhibition will be available for public view between 11am and 8pm in the pod next to The Coffee Corner at Old Market.
There will also be an evening session on Tuesday 13 February 2018 from 6pm to 9pm at Whitecross High School.
Wye Valley NHS Trust is holding an open day on Friday, February 2, from 11am to 2pm at the County Hospital, Hereford. The invitation has gone out to qualified nurses who have left the profession and are considering a return, student nurses and those who have thought about nursing as a career, to attend the session.
Here is the latest wildlife update for the parish, the December issue of Lyonshall Country Diary.
In the documents you will also find an Appendix giving a brief summary of “The Curl Brook Project’s” findings [2015-17] on the fish and invertebrates living in our local stream and its myriad tributaries. It makes very interesting reading for those of you who enjoy fishing and country pursuits - and it may be an eye-opener for all of us as to the extent of our little brook’s reach and importance, from its sources from within Lyonshall Parish, to the open sea and The Atlantic Ocean beyond.
Details of what on at Hereford Archive Centre 2018.
If you would like to get involved or know more about any of these events or opportunities, please contact:
HARC – Herefordshire Archive and Records Centre
Fir Tree Lane, Rotherwas, Hereford HR2 6LA
searchroom open to the public:
Tuesday – Friday, 9.15am – 4.45pm
Second Saturday in the month, 9.15am – 4.45pm
To honour the memory of the 1400 bell ringers who died in WWI, Ring Remembers are looking to recruit 1400 new bell ringer in 2018.
For more details visit:
sign up at: email@example.com
Do you know a champion? Nominate them for a £500 award! The Community Champions awards have been developed to recognise and say a massive ‘Thank You’ to the extraordinary individuals and groups in Herefordshire that make it one of the best places in the country. The awards are open to anyone who lives in Herefordshire, and we invite nominations for those who have demonstrated commitment to making a positive difference in their community. All nominations should be made online and the closing date is for nominations is 9 February 2018. All finalists are invited to the presentation awards ceremony dinner at the Town Hall on 16 March 2018. Please ensure you read the terms and conditions before entering. Five categories are open to nominations for people in Herefordshire who have made a positive difference in their community. The awards recognise exceptional contributions to local communities in the following categories: Community Champion, Volunteer Champion, Caring Champion, Environment Champion and Youth Champion. Find out more information and make your nomination by Friday 16 February 2018.