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Issue No. 136 - 28th February 2007
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The JKHS Production of Grease

The John Kyrle High School production of 'Grease' will be taking place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. I went along to Monday's dress rehearsal for a sneak preview of the show and I must say that I am looking forward to the real thing on Thursday.

As with all previous JKHS productions the show is very professionally put together, with costumes being made in the school's newly refurbished drama studio by students, under the expert guidance of Claire Milinczuk.

Below are photos of some scenes from the musical, the school orchestra and making of the costumes, which will give some idea of what to look forward to if you are lucky enough to be going along.

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Making the costumes: Claire Milinczuk, Kate Pearce, Kate Brown, Llinos Griffiths and Diane Lancaster. Ref: DSC_4560

The Ross-on-Wye Annual Town Meeting
Thursday 19th April

Larruperz Community Centre

7:00 PM

This is your opportunity to:

Talk to your Town Councillors about the work of the Town Council.
Put forward your ideas and suggestions for the future.
Have your say about the past work of the Town Council.


Public access changes at Hereford Police Station

A major transformation to improve facilities for members of the public, police officers and staff at Hereford Police Station starts next Monday, 5th March. Builders are moving in for the redevelopment work to create improved public access to the police station and state-of-the-art custody facilities for the county. The redevelopment of Hereford Police Station will create a new public entrance, vehicle dock and 16 detainee cells to provide facilities needed for policing into the foreseeable future. Parking at the station will also be affected while the redevelopment work is being carried out.

Andrew Nichols, Property Project Manager for the force, said: 'We are trying to keep disruption to a minimum while this work is taking place, however some disruption is inevitable.'

The walkway to the station's front desk will move from DeLacy Street to Bath Street and notices will be posted around these areas to inform members of the public about the change of access. The out of hours' telephone will also change location to the new entrance in Bath Street.

'Being accessible to the public is a top priority and there will be plenty of notices directing people to the new front desk entrance. The safe keeping of individuals in police cells is a serious responsibility and the facilities need to be both safe and secure. The existing custody facilities were developed in the 1970s when the station was first built. The new facilities will also include interview rooms, examination rooms, photographic and fingerprinting facilities and charge desks. The redevelopment of Hereford Police Station is part of a project to provide new and improved policing facilities in Leominster and Hereford, which will serve the policing needs across the whole of Herefordshire and South Shropshire.'


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