The Grand Opening of the Bromyard Town Heritage Trail is this Sunday.
Join in the Mayor’s Car Treasure Hunt around the town to solve historical clues. There will be Morris Dancers, a highwayman, the Wind Band, the Guides, stalls in The Square, rides and more – a great day out in town for the whole family! On Sunday 22nd April from 10am – 4pm.
More information HERE
The Bromyard Royal British Legion will have a stall at the Heritage weekend in Bromyard – come along and have a go at their Poppy Legion Trail and perhaps win a prize!
Read more HERE or click on the image below:
New town signage, looks good.
Excellent design by Ray Whittaker and funded by the Bromyard Chamber of Commerce.
Thanks to Brian Jones for getting these ready, just in time for the Grand Opening of the Heritage Trail on Sunday 22nd April.
Meeting to be held on Wednesday 2ndMay 2018 at the Falcon Hotel, Bromyard, starting at 7.30 p.m.
‘Local Bromyard Business Spotlight’
We are looking forward to hearing from and seeing a demonstration by Sarah Thomas of Bromyard Business ‘Sarah Thomas Thomas Flowers’
See full Agenda HERE
Read more about Nozstock and its 20th anniversary HERE
Progress on the new Southern Link Road, the next phase of the Hereford Bypass, moves a step closer as Herefordshire Council today makes Southern Link Road Compulsory Purchase Orders (CPO) and Side Road Orders (SRO). [Read More – HERE]
Read the BBC Report – HERE
100 Years – Everyone Remembered
The Royal British Legion will be holding a number of special events from September through to November 11th in special recognition of 100 years since WW1.
Our calendar highlights these events.
The Royal British Legion Bromyard Branch have a number of activities planned around the national theme of ‘Everyone Remembered’, these include the creation of over 3,000 artificial poppies, local parades and church services and the planting of the 3,000 poppies along the By-Pass on 21st Oct.
The scheduled events will obviously culminate with a parade to the Bromyard Remembrance Garden on the 11th November.
Donations of plastic bottles, used to create the artificial poppies are urgently required.
More information on the type of bottle required and how the poppies are constructed can be found HERE.
For up to date event information please visit the RBL Bromyard Facebook Page HERE.
Volunteers are needed to support these events and any assistance will be gratefully received.
Look out for this Flyer for more information!
Any questions or to volunteer please email Janet Brodie Murphy HERE or call 07900 394345.
Correspondence address: FAO Janet Brodie Murphy, 22, Lower Thorn, Bromyard, HR7 4A2.