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have not been out 'nature watching' much this week due
to illness but I did catch this rather distant shot of
a grey heron in flight whilst walking the dog on Wednesday.
Business Support for the Smaller Business and the Self Employed
was stated in the Ross Gazette last week that 16.6% of
the local population in the HR9 Postcode work mainly from
home. Others managing small businesses are no doubt located
at their work place.
of where business people, entrepreneurs and the self-employed
work from they probably need some sort of business support.
It is clear that a need exists for an effective service
of business support for these people. Rosemary Hemingway
who owns and manages a couple of small businesses and
who is a member of the Federation of Small Businesses
has for some time been providing business support services.
who founded Ashfield Care over 20 years ago is a well
known local businesswoman. She has now formed Kern Business
Support and already has local clients and some from neighbouring
Counties. Kern Business Support, based at Kern Place,
Alton Road (near the Royal Mail Delivery Centre) provides
an extensive range of business support services. These
include telephone answering and messages and secretarial
support to small office and meeting rooms which are available
to rent on an hourly basis.
information about all the services will shortly be found
on the web site www.wyenot.com. In the meantime business
people should call Rosemary Hemingway on 01989 564429.
Council Community Forums
to get something off your chest? Ever felt like telling
the Council what you think? Well here's your chance!
Forums are informal meetings which play a key role in
the Council's consultation process. At each Forum - there
are six forum areas dotted around the county - discussion
focuses on local issues and countywide matters. Importantly,
Councillors representing communities in the area are normally
present along with a member of the Cabinet. Following
each Forum meeting, a report is sent to Cabinet - this
ensures that views expressed are taken into account at
the heart of the decision-making process. A round of Forum
meetings takes place four times a year. You can go to
any Forum and you do not need to book a place. All forums
begin at 7:30 pm.
Room 1, Shire Hall
Kyrle High School, Ross-on-Wye
Lane Methodist Church
Valley Community Centre
Hazel Lavelle, Community Forum Co-ordinator, Herefordshire
Council, Room 17, Brockington, 35, Hafod Road, Hereford,
HR1 1SH. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: 01432
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