Paralympians from across Herefordshire will be celebrated in the county town today.
The Queen will be in Hereford this morning, before heading to Worcester this afternoon, here's some interesting facts about the city.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will visit the West Midlands tomorrow, for two days, as part of her Diamond Jubilee Tour.
Police in Hereford have today (April 5) charged a man in connection with two stabbings, which took place earlier this week.
The 47-year-old from Peterborough is due before Hereford Magistrates Court this afternoon charged with encouraging or assisting in the commission of indictable offences.
The charge is in relation to attacks on two men, which happened on Westfaling Street and on a footpath between Golden Post and the Belmont estate on Tuesday afternoon (April 2).
A woman in her 30s, who was also arrested in connection with the stabbings, was detained yesterday (April 4) under Section 2 of the Mental Health Act and taken to a secure unit outside of Herefordshire where she is being assessed.
A woman who was arrested in connection with two stabbings that happened in Hereford on Tuesday has been detained under the Mental Health Act.
The woman, who is in her 30s, has been taken to a secure unit outside of Herefordshire where she will be continually assessed.
Four men, all in their 40s, who were also arrested in connection with the attacks remain in police custody. An extension for their detention was granted at Hereford Magistrates Court earlier today.
The two victims remain in hospital.
Four men and a woman have been arrested after two random stabbings in Hereford left two men seriously injured.
Police say they can find no motive for the attacks and have described them as vicious.
They believe the stabbings could be linked with a murder 140 miles away.
Victoria Davies reports.
Police are investigating the area where two men were stabbed in Hereford yesterday afternoon.
The incidents are believed to be linked but the victims are not.
West Mercia Police are expected to hold a news conference at 2pm this afternoon.
ITV Daybreak's Richard Gaisford reports from the scene of the two stabbings in Hereford.
Police have questioned the five suspects through the night.
West Mercia Police are appealing for witnesses after two men were hospitalised with stab wounds yesterday afternoon.
Police think the incidents are linked. One took happened at Westfaling Street near to the junction to Holmer Street and the second on a public footpath between Golden Post and the Belmont Estate.
Officers want to hear from anyone who was in those areas between 3:30pm and 4pm yesterday (Tuesday 2nd April).
Five people have been arrested, four men and a woman.
One man remains in a critical condition in the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham, while the other is described as having serious injuries.
A man remains in a critical condition in hospital after he was stabbed in Hereford.
A second man was seriously injured.
The two attacks happened yesterday in Westfaling Street and on a public footpath between Golden Post and the Belmont Estate.
Five people have been arrested.
Two men have been seriously injured after being stabbed in Hereford.
The stabbings happened in two separate locations in the city this afternoon.
One man is in a critical condition at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, the other is described as having serious injuries.
West Mercia Police says five people have been arrested and remain in custody.
Police in Hereford say they are growing increasingly concerned about a teenager who went missing earlier today.
Oliver Jones was last seen in the Commercial Road area of the city at 9.25am.
The 14-year-old, known as ‘Ollie’, is considered to be extremely vulnerable.
He is described as white, 5ft 4ins tall, with fair hair and blue eyes.
He was wearing a black padded coat, blue t-shirt, grey tracksuit bottoms, grey trainers and red baseball cap.
Inspector Bob Barnett from Hereford police station said: “Ollie hasn’t been seen for a number of hours now and we are beginning to get increasingly concerned about his safety."
He added that he would urge Ollie to call them and let them know he is okay.
Wiltshire Police is warning drivers of an abnormal load that will be escorted from the county to Hereford tomorrow morning.
At 07.15, a specialised load transporter carrying a 737 aircraft fuselage will be escorted by police from RAF Kemble in Cirencester to Hereford.
It departs Kemble on the A429, towards Cirencester before travelling South on the A419 to arrive at M4 junction 15, before continuing Westbound on the M4.
The transporter and its load will measure 6.10 metres (20ft) wide, 4.90 m (16ft-01ins) high with an overall length of 38.00 m (125 ft) and gross weight of 70 tonnes. Whilst travelling on the A419 it will take up both southbound carriageways.