West Mercia Police were called to an area by Newton Brook, Hereford, at 8pm on Monday following the rape of a 16-year-old girl.Read the full story ›
Army badges stolen from an ex-SAS soldier who helped end the 1980 Iranian Embassy siege are to be returned to his family today.Read the full story ›
Update on the fire in Rotherwas; a car repair workshop building was involved in fire, crews now damping down
Dozens of firefighters are tackling a major fire on an industrial estate in Hereford.
Members of the public have been advised to avoid the area around the Rotherwas Industrial Estate to the south of the city. There are no casualties and it is not yet known what caused the fire.
Firefighters are tackling a large fire in Hereford.
Herefordshire Fire and Rescue Service said six fire engines are currently at the scene on the Rotherwas industrial estate. The cause of the explosion is yet to be confirmed.
There are understood to be no casualties and paramedics have been stood down.
Firefighters are dealing with a "massive" incident in Hereford.
The fire service said the incident, on Rotherwas Industrial Estate, is "ongoing".
Massive incident going on at Rotherwas Ind estate. Hereford. Please avoid area at all costs.
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There are delays of up to 45 minutes on train services between Worcester Foregate St and Hereford because of a signalling problem at Ledbury.
There is no estimate for when a normal service will resume.
The events of the First World War will be remembered and commemorated with a concert at Hereford Cathedral tonight.
'Pack Up Your Troubles' will feature words and music traditionally associated with the trenches and the Western Front.
Songs will be performed by narrator Christopher Good, tenor Tristan Stocks, and baritone Dominic Sedgwick with accompaniment from Robert Dean on the piano.
It's hoped the experience will transport the audience back to the period when hugely powerful music and prose were written by those on the frontline in the most extreme circumstances possible.
- The concert will take place in College Hall
- The show begins at 7.30pm
- Tickets cost £10, including a glass of wine, and are available from the Cathedral Shop
- They can also be booked by calling 01432 374210
West Merica Police are keen to speak to a man in connection with an assault that took place on Tursday 17th September.
At around 11.40pm, a woman was seriously assaulted close to the Imperial Hotel on Widemarsh Street, and was treated in hospital for major injuries to her face and body.
Ryan James Hendry, aged 30, is believed to be in Herefordshire.
A number of enquiries have been ongoing to trace Ryan, and we would urge anyone who recognises him or may be aware of his whereabouts, to contact police immediately by calling on 101.
We would also urge the public not to approach him.