Sites that reflect the make up of Herefordshire's community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the county's people.
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Age UK Herefordshire & Worcestershire
Information on the projects and services provided throughout the two counties.
Bosbury History Resource
Describes this village's history with articles on an eclectic range of topics.
Bredwardine and Brobury
Includes information on location, accommodation, leisure activities, history, current projects, Kilvert's Church, village hall and parish council.
Norman castle originally built by William FitzOsbern in the 11th century. Located near Hay-on-Wye. Includes history and description.
Cradley and Storridge
Community site. Includes news, events calendar, parish council and neighbourhood watch information, and details of local clubs and organisations.
Dilwyn Community Website
The official parish website for the community. Information for both residents and tourists/visitors.
Herefordshire Citizens Advice Bureaux
Offering free and completely independent advice and information on a range of subjects at locations throughout the county.
Herefordshire Liberal Democrats
News, views and contact details.
Herefordshire Through Time
A resource from the Herefordshire Sites and Monuments Record. Includes a county history, database of archaeological sites and gazetteers of castles, chapels, prisons and workhouses.
Herefordshire Voluntary and Community Database
Searchable database with overviews and contact details for voluntary organisations and community groups within the county.
Much Birch Parish
Much Birch Parish Council, including Kings Thorn, and Wormelow. News, general information, parish council, what's on and links.
Parish of Wigmore Abbey
History and events of churches at Adforton, Brampton Bryan, Burrington, Downton-on-the-Rock, Elton, Leinthall Starkes, Leintwardine, Pipe Aston and Wigmore.
RSPCA Herefordshire Branch
Local branch of national charity. Information on how to get help, and how to help, including animals needing a new home.
South Herefordshire Dowsers
Dowsing club offers information about its membership, lectures, meetings and field trips. Based in Aston Ingham.
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