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The High Sheriff and his wife were presented to HRH The Countess of Wessex at Sophie House, Hampton Bishop. There followed visits to: Breast Cancer Haven Guardians, 37 St Owen Street. Hereford Pastors at Emelia’s Place, Old Magistrate’s Court, Close House, St Peter’s Close
The High Sheriff and his wife were given a tour of the RNC by Sheila Tallon (Chief Executive). The facilities and the opportunities that the college can offer are the best in the Uk. – It is wonderful that Hereford is the ‘host city’ to this wonderful organisation. The High Sheriff also met the Principal, […]
The High Sheriff and his wife attended the Harvest Festival and subsequent Harvest Supper at Brampton Bryan.
The High Sheriff and his wife attended the Autumn Fair at Hergest at the kind invitation of the Banks family.
The High Sheriff and his wife attended the Heart of England Regional meeting of the Historic Houses Association at Chavenage. Speeches were given by members of the Board of the HAA and the guest speaker was Sir Roy Strong.
The High Sheriff and his wife attended the Shrieval Service in Hereford Cathedral. This Choral Evensong was attended by several hundred, in particular the Judiciary of Herefordshire, those who administer law and those who render voluntary service. The Dean and High Sheriff welcomed all those attending. The Right Honourable Lord Justice McFarlane and Mrs Victoria […]
The High Sheriff was part of a delegation that accompanied the Walking with the Wounded team to the Cathedral and subsequently saw them depart the city.
The High Sheriff attended the launch of Music in Quiet Places at St. Michael & All Angels, Ledbury. This is a new collaboration between the Herefordshire Historic Churches Trust and Hereford Cathedral School’s Music Outreach organisation. A wonderful evening of music performed by Cantabile, Hereford Cathedral Junior School Chamber Choir and Hereford Cathedral Senior School […]
The High Sheriff and his wife attended a dinner for Walking with the Wounded at the Shire Hall.