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FROM ROSS-ON-WYE AND AROUND THE REGION.......
LION ANDY MIDDLECOTE HANDS OVER TO NEW PRESIDENT
by Lion Jim Hamilton
The Lions year runs from July until June and so it was that
on Sunday, 4th July, the presidential chain of office was
handed over to the new President, Lion Trevor Smith, at
a social lunch held at the Conservative Club.
forty Lions, partners and families enjoyed an excellent
meal, heard the odd joke or two, some of them funny, and
listened to the outgoing president, Lion Andrew Middlecote
review the past year. Lion Andrew reminded everyone of the
reason for the club's existence, to help those in need,
to foster peace and understanding, and to develop the potential
in our young people. He reminded everyone that we have,
for many years, supported a Peace Poster competition for
9 - 12 year olds. The national winner of this competition
goes to the USA for the finals and all the national winning
posters are displayed in the UN building in New York. We
run this competition together with John Kyrle High School
who enter over 150 pupils every year.
year we have strengthened our ties with John Kyrle High
School through the new LEO Club, a Lions club for young
people. This club is developing in leaps and bounds and
is an excellent example of the way that Lions try to encourage
and develop young people.
course, our main work is helping the needy. This year we
have raised over £10,000 through our Bonfire Night, Race
Night, Christmas Grotto (Thank you Pengethley Garden Centre),
The Ross Carnival (in which the Lions take a leading role),
the Ross Round Walk and many other activities. We have sent
disabled young and not so young people to the Lions Games
for the Disabled in Swindon. This year we have 44 athletes
taking part from our area, out of a total of over 200.
have given financial help to 'Hope for Tomorrow;' We have
supplied a wheelchair to the MS Group, funded a Christmas
Dinner for over 50 old or needy people. We have helped the
Basement Trust, the Stroke Club, the Sea Cadets and many
others. However, one donation stands out above them all.
We raised funds to pay for expensive treatment for a young
boy suffering from Cerebral Palsy. As a result of this treatment,
he can now cross his legs, little enough for most of us,
but a fantastic achievement for him. It is moments like
this, magic moments, that make being a Lion really worthwhile.
incoming Lion President reminded everybody of the challenges
ahead, and the rewards we achieve by giving a helping hand
to the disadvantaged . To contact Ross-on-Wye Lions Club
phone 0845-833-5786 or visit the web site at http://www.rossonwyelions.org
President, Lion Andrew Middlecote and the new President, Lion Trevor
the run of hot weather continues, Safer Herefordshire is
urging the county's residents to 'Be Safe - Be Water Wise'
this summer, for as enjoyable as a swim in one of our many
rivers may seem, people often don't think about the high
risks attached to swimming in unattended rivers and areas
of open water.
John Jarvis, Chair of Safer Herefordshire said, 'Understandably,
when the weather is hot it's nice to get out and about and
enjoy our beautiful countryside and waterways. However,
people often forget about the potential dangers of swimming
in rivers and open pools. Although an area of water may
appear calm and safe, there can often be hidden dangers
beneath the surface, including hidden currents, reeds and
abandoned bikes or shopping trolleys. Even when the weather
is at its hottest, the water can still be extremely cold
and deeper than you think.
urge parents and guardians to make children and young people
aware of the potential risks of swimming in open water throughout
the summer holidays. Herefordshire is proud to have a number
of established swimming pools throughout the county, where
swimming can be enjoyed in a safe and life guard controlled
Mercia Police will also be increasing their patrols in areas
with water access and are more than happy to offer guidance
and advice where necessary. However, please remember if
you do spot someone in trouble to immediately dial 999.
We ask the public to take care around Herefordshire's waterways
for a safe and enjoyable summer.
WINNERS OF VILLAGE HALL CHALLENGE CELEBRATE
Three of the county's parish councils are now £6,500 richer
thanks to winning their categories in Herefordshire Council's
village hall energy challenge. To take part in the challenge,
parishes had to encourage their community to calculate their
own carbon footprints.
Phil Cutter, Herefordshire Council's energy champion said,
'Before the challenge started, we had 454 carbon footprints
registered but now this has risen to a marvellous 1,630.
It is hoped that residents involved have taken this opportunity
to reflect on the impact they have personally on the environment
and follow the recommendations offered by the carbon footprint
tool. I would like to extend my congratulations to all of
the parishes who took part in this keenly contested challenge
and am looking forward to hearing what difference the energy
efficiency measures make to the village halls.'
winners of the challenge were Woolhope in category one with
87 footprints, Goodrich in category two with 138 footprints
and Ewyas Harold in category three with 327 footprints.
Prize money of £6,500 was awarded to each of the winners
and this has to be used towards improving the energy efficiency
of the village hall by installing a renewable energy technology
such as solar panels or heat pumps. It can also be spent
on communal cycle parking facilities or pool bicycles.
Beth Booth, secretary of Woolhope parish hall committee
said, 'We are delighted to have won the challenge and will
now be looking at what other sources of funding we can get
before deciding on what energy saving measures we will be
installing at our hall.'
Bloxham, co-ordinator of Goodrich village hall committee
said, 'We have already drawn up detailed plans for a £50,000
investment in making our village hall more energy efficient
and this prize money will go towards this. The competition
really gave us the motivation to get on with our scheme
and we hope to start work in September.'
Bray, chairman of Ewyas Harold Memorial Hall said, 'We have
had two gas heaters condemned at our hall and have replaced
them with air source heat pumps. We are going to use the
prize money to buy two more of these and insulate our projection
room, the only part of the hall that isn't insulated.'
Phil Cutter hands the winner's certificate to Len Morgan, Andy Bartle,
Marjorie Whyberd, and John Bloxham.
COUNCIL TO HELP NEW CHILDMINDERS SET UP IN BUSINESS
Council is on the look out for people who are interested
in working with children, particularly in Bromyard, Tupsley,
Wigmore, Leominster and the Golden Valley, and are offering
a start up grant to help establish new childminding businesses.
can be a very rewarding career; working from home, the pleasure
of working with children, flexible hours and helping families
by providing childcare in a homely environment. In particular
the council's childminding team is keen to recruit childminders
who can provide flexible childcare and care for older children
before and after school and during school holidays.
have to be registered with Ofsted and are inspected against
the Early Years Foundation stage which has specific requirements
in relation to welfare, learning and development. They need
to have a CRB check, attend safeguarding training and have
policies and procedures in place. Herefordshire Council
supports the county's childminders, providing training,
supporting them with their professional development, helping
them establish their new business and setting up support
groups to share good practice with other childminders. The
council also keeps a list of registered childminders and
early years settings to give to parents who are looking
for childcare. This can be obtained from the Children and
Family Information Service by calling 01432 261681.
Jenny Hyde, cabinet member for children's services said,
'We have some top quality childminders in Herefordshire
who love working with children and have achieved very high
standards of care. We want to appeal to people who have
thought about becoming a registered childminder to get in
touch and find out what sort of support is available. Herefordshire
needs committed, dedicated individuals who enjoy caring
for children. Despite the recession, there are still lots
of opportunities for childminders who are able to be flexible
To learn more about what it takes to become a childminder,
an information evening has been organised for 5th of July,
6.30-9.00pm at Blackfriars street Offices, Blackfriars Street,
Hereford HR4 9ZR. Places can be booked by ringing (01432)
JESSE NORMAN MP PRESENTS SPORTS DAY PRIZES AT JOHN KYRLE
Local MP, Jesse Norman, visited John Kyrle to meet staff
and students, award prizes to Sports Day winners and view
the annual Technology and Art exhibitions. In
a busy morning for the Hereford and South Herefordshire
MP, Mr Norman also took the opportunity to meet with and
congratulate the school’s newly elected Senior Prefect team
and discuss life as a constituency MP.
said, 'John Kyrle is a magnificent school which is a pleasure
to visit.' He added that his visit was to hear the Headteacher’s
future plans and how he might support them and also to spend
time with students and staff.
Nigel Griffiths said he welcomed Jesse to John Kyrle and
congratulated him on his election victory and his recent
appointment to the Treasury Select Committee.
Norman MP and Nigel Griffiths, Headteacher, with the new JKHS Prefect
team, l-r Maddie Maloney (Head Girl); Sam Powell; Alex Baker (Head
Boy); Hannah Kearns; Ellie Stanford and Jack Giles.
Norman MP and Nigel Griffiths, Headteacher, with winners of Years
9 and 10 Athletics Awards:
Max Parker, Tia Hill, Danni Ward and Phil Webb.
DINMORE HILL DIG WILL FEATURE ON TIME TEAM
Herefordshire Council's archaeology team linked up with
Channel 4's Time Team last summer to get to grips with a
hill top enigma. Banks and ditches of the right scale for
an Iron Age hill fort were rediscovered during survey of
woodland on the Hampton Court estate near Leominster and
were found to define a massive 43 acre enclosure.
excavations involving Phil Harding, Francis Pryor and the
Time Team regulars were carried out to better understand
the site and the findings of the mini project are to be
broadcast on Channel 4 at 5.30pm on Sunday, 11th July.
Keith Ray, County Archaeologist said, 'On the second day,
the joint team had to cope with one of the worst July deluges
we've seen in recent years, but the picture that emerges
in the programme is of a site with a number of surprises
in store for the excavators. There are a number of remaining
puzzles, leading us to question yet again exactly what these
massive hill top enclosures were all about.'
Bapty, County Archaeologist with Time Team presenter, Tony Robinson
and Neil Rimmington (Herefordshire Council countryside adviser)
at the site of the dig.
ROSS MOTHERS HELP OTHERS TO BREAST FEED
Council's children's centre in Ross-on-Wye has been encouraging
mothers to support other mums who want to breast feed their
Ryefield Children's Centre has been providing La Leche League
Great Britain breast feeding peer support training programme
to a group of local mums. In addition, two of the children's
centre's own staff have completed the facilitators' course
for breast feeding , so that in the future they can train
more mums to provide support to others. They are currently
planning to deliver another peer support group in the Golden
Valley area in the autumn.
mothers have successfully completed the eleven week training
course and they will be running a weekly drop-in session
offering a friendly place to meet other breast feeding mothers
as well as offering support on breast feeding problems and
issues that are not of a medical nature. The sessions will
take place at the Children's Centre (Ryefield), Grammar
School Close, Ross-on-Wye every Thursday afternoon between
1.15 and 2.45pm.
Amos, children's centre manager says, 'The mums have worked
really hard to complete this course. Now they'll be able
to offer advice and support to other mothers who want to
breast feed successfully. We know that this is the best
way to make sure your baby has a healthy start in life,
but it's not always plain sailing for everyone. Mums who
breast feed themselves understand first hand some of the
difficulties, stresses and strains feeding your child can
place on the family. They are therefore able to relate better
to those who might be struggling.'
celebrate, a graduation ceremony will take place on Wednesday,
14th July at the centre from 1pm to 2.30pm, where Councillor
Jenny Hyde, cabinet member for children's services will
award certificates to the mums.
DOGS AND OWNERS PUT BEST PAWS FORWARD
Herefordshire Council, working in partnership with Herefordshire
Housing and West Mercia Police, have seen dogs and their
owners put their best feet forward to mark the end of a
successful training course.
course, held at Waterfield Road, Newton Farm, was run by
the council's dog warden, Matt Faulds, and lasted for 11
weeks. Dog owners from Hunderton, Newton Farm and Belmont
attended the course which attracted up to 15 people each
week over its 11-week duration. A dog show was held to mark
the completion of the course.
Hancock of Herefordshire Council said, 'The course has proved
to be highly successful and each week we gave out free dog
bags and gave owners information on responsible dog ownership.
Tesco's kindly supplied a weekly most improved dog prize
and the first prizes for each of the eight dog classes at
the show while thanks must also go to Herefordshire Housing
who allowed the whole training and event to take place on
is important that people realise what a responsibility it
is to own a dog and everyone who has attended has not only
learnt how to train them but has also had great fun into
the bargain. I would also like to thank the owners for coming
along every week and supporting the dog show. We are now
building on this success and will be rolling the course
out throughout the county, the next one being held in Ross.
We will then be having a championship show to celebrate
the best dogs in the county.'
one who entered the classes but did not get a place received
a special rosette. At the end of the classes, all the people
and dogs who had completed the course were presented with
a responsible dog owner rosette and a certificate.
Dog show winners were:
· Dog in the best condition: 1st, Bev Massey with Leo; 2nd,
Anne Dawson with Bally; 3rd, Debbie Baker with Jake; 4th,
Lyn Bond with Benji.
· Prettiest bitch: 1st, Louise Harrison with Tottie; 2nd
Sharon Podmore with Heidi; 3rd, Colin Stock with Sasha;
4th, Sami Smith with Chelsea.
· Handsomest dog: 1st, Nick Farrington with Kip; 2nd, Ray
Smith with Prince; 3rd, Alison Price with Alfie; 4th, Lou
Davis with Bailey.
· Best six legs: 1st, Dave Podmore with Heidi; 2nd, Alison
Price with Alfie; 3rd, Cara Davis with Toby; 4th, Louise
Harrison with Tottie.
· Best biscuit catcher: 1st, Alison Price with Alfie; 2nd,
Jason Merrick with Banjo; 3rd, Sharon Podmore with Heidi;
4th, Sami Smith with Chelsea.
· Dog most like its owner: 1st, Cara Davies with Toby; 2nd,
Ray Smith with Prince; 3rd, Dave Podmore with Heidi; 4th,
Lyn Bond with Benji.
· Best young handler: 1st, Cara Davies with Toby; 2nd, Tara
Merrick with Kiera; 3rd, Jana Manning with Benji; 4th, Emma
Jane with Shadow.
· Rescue dog the judge would most like to take home: 1st,
Ray Smith with Prince; 2nd, Cara Davis with Toby; 3rd, Mandy
Morris with Mitsy; 4th, Louise Harrison with Tottie.
police officer Fiona Farrington (left) and dog warden Matt Faulds
(right) with the dog show winners.
CELEBRATE THE SUMMER AT QUEENSWOOD COUNTRY PARK
is finally here so why not go outdoors to celebrate by visiting
Queenswood Country Park? Queenswood
is a great place for all of the family to explore and there
are lots of events taking place over the next few months
to keep people busy during the school holidays. Bertie Buzzard
will be back again throughout the holidays with a special
trail to help people learn more about Queenswood's feathered
bird themed fun is planned when the RSPB (Royal Society
for the Protection of Birds) visit Queenswood on 24th, 26th
and 27th July and 9th, 10th, 24th and 25th August 10am to
4pm. On Tuesday, 27th July, it's picnic time for teddy bears
and their toddler friends. From 11am until 12.30pm the libraries
service will be going along to Queenswood for a special
Teddy Bears Picnic Rhyme and Story Time If your children
are a little bit older, and a little bit braver, why not
take them along to Monsters in the Woods Story Time on Tuesday,
3rd August from 11am until noon.
story time events have been organized in partnership with
Bookstore, a national charity that encourages parents to
share and enjoy books with their children and it will be
a great way to find out more about introducing children
to books, however young they are. People need to book their
place on these free events to help with managing numbers
as well as bringing a picnic for the teddy bears picnic
event and something suitable to sit on. Please note that
these events will be cancelled in very wet weather.
textile artist, Lisa Pendlebury will be holding two special
'make and take' craft workshops in the woods. At the Ladybird
and Bug Books on Tuesday, 10th August, people can make a
cute little notebook with a ladybird or bug design that
can be then taken home and treasured whilst on Tuesday,
24th August at Woodland Masquerade, Lisa will show people
how to make a beautiful mask from fabric and found materials
so they can hide like the birds in the trees or become another
woodland creature! There
will be three workshops on each of the days starting at
10am, 11am and noon and the cost is just £3.50 per child.
Booking in advance is essential to help manage numbers in
children are invited to join Sarah Adby to make paper kites
in the woods using natural and recycled materials on Saturday,
14th August from 2pm until 3.30pm. This workshop will last
for one and a half hours and cost £5.50. Again, booking
guided walks have also been arranged and will take place
on Friday, 13th and Friday, 20th August. Join the Hereford
and Worcester Earth Heritage Trust to walk the Queenswood
and Bodenham Geology Trail and discover the secrets of the
local landscape, including rocks that were formed in a desert
400 million years ago and the effects of the last Ice Age.
These walks are free and aimed at families with children
aged 8 years or over and booking is essential.
children over 12 and adults there is a chance to join Herefordshire
Council's principal countryside officer, James Bisset who
will be on the lookout for bats at Queenswood's sister site,
Bodenham Lake on Friday, 23rd July from 8pm until 11pm.
This guided walk and talk will cost £3.50 including a copy
of the FSC guide to bats.
Marshall, Interpretation and promotion officer said, 'Don't
miss out! Book your place on these events now by calling
Queenswood Tourist Information Centre on 01568 797842. Full
details of all the events taking place between now and December
can be found in the special Walks & Family Fun leaflet available
now from Tourist Information Centres, libraries and of course
the country park. Alternatively get up to date information
by checking out the Queenswood pages on Herefordshire Council's
website at www.herefordshire.gov.uk/queenswood.'
is Herefordshire's only country park and has free car parking,
toilets and a licensed café, the opening hours of which
vary so please call 01568 797880 to confirm it will be open
when you visit. There is a picnic area situated near to
the very popular adventure play area and there is also a
free 'seaside style' telescope at the viewpoint. There are
three way-marked trails and easy access paths so that everyone
can enjoy the park and there are electric mobility vehicles
available to hire from the Tourist Information Centre. Please
telephone 01568 797842 for further information.
Country Park is on the A49 between Hereford and Leominster.
Just follow the brown signs at the top of Denmark Hill.
Alternatively the 492 bus service departs Hereford and Leominster
at regular intervals throughout the day.
SCHOOLS RECEIVE THEIR AWARDS
Staff and pupils of Herefordshire schools gathered together
at Hereford's Town Hall last Wednesday to receive their
annual awards for developing travel plans, gaining healthy
schools status and becoming an Eco School. The ceremony
was arranged to celebrate the success of the county's schools
in their efforts to protect and improve the environment
and promote a healthier, safer and more sustainable lifestyle.
Travel Plans aim to reduce car traffic, cut congestion and
improve safety outside the school gate using government
grants of between £3,000 and £5,000 for primary schools
and between £9,000 and £11,000 for secondary schools who
develop travel plans. In Herefordshire 98 per cent of schools
now have a plan in place. Pupils are encouraged wherever
possible to walk or cycle to school because this also supports
NHS Herefordshire's campaign to get children to lead a healthier
Sinker, Herefordshire Council's school travel advisor said,
'Many primary schools are located in relatively isolated
rural locations with large catchment areas and they have
limited or no safe pedestrian and cycle access. At these
schools we focus on car sharing as the most realistic sustainable
alternative to solo car trips. This has resulted in a continuing
reduction in the number of solo car journeys from 36 per
cent to 32 per cent. Whitchurch Primary School has had a
travel plan in place since 2006 and a number of improvements
have been made to improve safety for walkers and cyclists.
This has resulted in a major increase in the number of children
walking to school, rising from eight per cent at the start
of the travel plan to 22 per cent now.'
is an international award programme that guides schools
on their sustainable journey, providing a framework to help
embed these principles into the heart of school life. To
date, 105 Herefordshire schools are now registered Eco Schools.
Schools is a government initiative in which schools have
to address the issues of personal, social and healthy education,
healthy eating, physical activity and emotional health and
well-being in order to gain Healthy schools status. Almost
all Herefordshire Schools are signed up to the Healthy Schools
process and 15 schools are embarking on the enhanced module.
Travel Achievement Awards are made to schools who have made
significant efforts to implement their travel plans. 150
children and adults from 30 schools gathered in the Town
Hall for this joint Award Ceremony and all the youngsters
received special goody bags from Spike the Hedgehog. Presentations
were made by the following schools: Trinity Primary - a
short play about cutting car use. Weobley High School on
their work to gain a second Eco Schools Green Flag Riverside
on healthy schools status Aconbury on their third School
Travel Achievement Award Shobdon on their work as a sustainable
travel plan awards were presented to: Eastnor primary school,
The Minster College, Riverside primary school, The Hereford
Academy, St Mary's High School, Hereford Cathedral School
and The Elms School at Colwall.
School Bronze awards went to: Bredenbury primary, Marlbrook
primary, The Hereford Academy, Hereford Cathedral School,
Holme Lacy primary and Hampton Dene primary.
School Silver awards were presented to: Eastnor primary,
Canon Pyon primary, Michaelchurch Escley primary, Pembridge
primary, Aylestone Business and Enterprise College, Whitecross
High School, Brockhampton primary.
School Green Flag awards went to Madley primary, Marden
primary, Peterchurch primary, Shobdon primary, Weobley High
School and Oak House Nursery.
School Awards were presented to: Burghill primary, Riverside
primary and St Paul's primary.
Healthy School Enhancement awards went to: Kings Caple primary,
Leintwardine primary, Madley primary, Marden primary, Marlbrook
primary, Peterchurch primary, Whitchurch primary, Aylestone
Business and Enterprise College, Whitecross High School,
Cradley primary, Hampton Dene primary, Lord Scudamore primary,
Wigmore primary and Mordiford primary.
Travel First Achievement awards were presented to: Bredenbury
primary, Leintwardine primary, Clifford primary and Trinity
School Travel Second Achievement awards went to: Kings Caple
primary, John Kyrle High School and Aylestone Business and
School Travel Third Achievement awards were presented to:
The Aconbury Centre and Shobdon primary.
guest speaker at the ceremony was Howard Bentham from BBC
Hereford and Worcester and the ceremony was be hosted for
the fourth year running by Jamie Elliott, now a student
at Durham University but formerly of Weobley High School
and Hereford Sixth Form College.
Jenny Hyde, Herefordshire Council's cabinet member for children's
services said, 'All the schools here today have shown a
commitment to improving the environment and making a real
difference in Herefordshire. I myself recently joined Bridstow
pupils on a walk to school day and it was a wonderful experience.'
Philip Price and Councillor Jenny Hyde with some of the children
gathered at the Town Hall for the awards.
CYCLISTS TAKE UP CHALLENGE TO HELP ALZHEIMERS SOCIETY
team of budding cyclists from NHS Herefordshire are attempting
a gruelling challenge to raise money for the Alzheimer's
Adrian Vos, a Consultant Psychiatrist with NHS Herefordshire's
mental health service has persuaded colleagues to enter
a team for the Iron Mountain Sportif cycle ride on 10th
July which is part of the Abergavenny festival of cycling.
All of the team work in the Department of Mental Health
for Older People which has strong links with the Alzheimer's
Vos said, 'As mental health professionals we really appreciate
the work that the voluntary sector do in this field, and
we wanted to give some of our own time to show our thanks
members of the team taking part are a mixture of keen cyclists,
people who commute to work on their bicycles and leisure
cyclists who have never challenged themselves before. There
are several events, ranging in distance from 25 miles to
50 miles, so there is plenty to challenge all abilities.
All of the team members have purchased their bikes through
NHS Herefordshire's 'salary sacrifice' scheme, which enables
staff to purchase a bike and spread the cost of payments
over 6 - 18 months.
on Bikes' from Hereford, who supplied all the bikes, are
supporting the team in their attempt. The team have been
organizing local collections and have set up a 'just giving'
page for any donations, which go straight to the charity.
Donations can be accepted up to two months after the event.
For further information see http://www.justgiving.com/DMHOPHereford.
HEREFORDSHIRE YOUTH GAMES OPENED BY 2012 GAMES MASCOT
Herefordshire's young sporting hopefuls were given an incredible
treat when the school sporting event of the year, the Youth
Games, was officially opened by former English middle and
long distance runner and 5,000 metres world record holder,
David Moorcroft OBE. There was also a special guest appearance
from Manderville, one of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic
than 1200 children strutted their stuff in a huge aerobic
workout and they weren't alone. Teachers, staff and parents
joined in, alongside Manderville and David Moorcroft. Later
Manderville took time out to meet some of the pupils as
well as The Countess of Darnley, Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant
of Herefordshire. It was a fantastic day and great to see
so many children and young people getting stuck into their
games, enjoying the fantastic weather and most of all, having
great fun. Young people also got a chance to try the new
sport, Tchoukball, during the day, which proved to be really
Jenkins of Herefordshire Council, who organised the event
said, 'It was a great opportunity for the young people to
meet these two guests, especially considering that this
was Mandeville's first visit to the West Midlands. It's
great to see so many people wanting to be involved in the
day, helping to give young people the chance to try new
sports and compete for medals. The games have gone from
strength to strength and each year gets bigger with more
young people getting involved.
big thank you to students from Hereford Sixth Form College
who were involved in organising the event and helped out
before the day with some of the organisation for the event.
I'd also like to say a big thank you to the 90 volunteers
who were involved in the day helping to make the various
sports run smoothly throughout the day.'
The results for the day were as follows:
Burley Gate CE Primary
Ashfield Park Primary
St Paul's CE Primary
Our Lady's RC
St Paul's CE
Whitecross High School
St Mary's RC High
John Kyrle High School
St Paul's CE Primary
St Paul's CE Primary
Ashfield Park Primary
Gorsley Goffs Endowed Primary
St Mary's RC High
Bishop of Hereford's Bluecoat School
St Mary's RC High
1. The Countess of Darnley, Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant of Herefordshire
Herefordshire Council's sports development team meets Manderville.