Visiting restrictions at Bromyard Community Hospital have been lifted with the reopening of Linden ward.
The restrictions had been put in place following cases of diarrhoea and vomiting.
Wye Valley NHS says it remains "very important" that any visitors with diarrhoea and/or vomiting do not visit any of the county's hospitals until they have been free of symptoms for 48 hours.
LOCAL SOLDIERS AND
A Bromyard Private as an Officer's Valet.
Private F. James, of the K.S.L I, writing from Pembroke, to one of Messrs. Pettifers' staff, of Bromyard, says he is getting on first rate, having been made an officer's servant to a capitaI master.
Planning Meeting - Monday 20th October 2014
Two planning applications in Bromyard.
For the agenda click here....!
From the beginning of October there will be articles appearing in bromyard.info from the Bromyard News and Record 100 years ago. These will be taken from the archives of the Bromyard History Centre and the aim is to give a flavour of how life was during the war years. There will be news about the war, plus articles about the humdrum happenings in and around Bromyard. Some things will be sad and others will make you chuckle.
From Councillor Roger Page,Chairman
Town Planning Committee Backs Plans to expand Rock Caravan Park,Tenbury Road.
At the meeting of the Planning Committee members considered a planning application for a further 40 holiday caravan pitches at The Rock Caravan Park,Tenbury Road,Bromyard.Subject to appropriate screening members supported the application.
From Bromyard News and Record 1st October 1914
The Great Skin Cure.
Budden's S.R. Skin Ointment.
It wi11 cure itching after one application; destroys every form of Eczema; heals old wounds, and Sores; acts like a charm on Bad Legs; is infallible for Piles; prevents Cuts from Festering. Will cure Ringworm in a few days; removes the most obdurate Eruptions and Scurvy. Boxes 71/2 d. and 1s 11/2d. Agent -
Mr P. S. SMITH, Chemist Bromyard.
LOCAL SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' LETTERS.
Life in Kitchener's Army.
A young Bromyardian , who recently joined Kitchener's Army at Hereford, writing to the Editor says "We are having fine sport here. The best of meals. Of course you have to look after yourself, but I suppose that is army life all over. We have not yet had our uniforms. We are up at six in the morning, then we have coffee, after which we have a route march followed by breakfast at 8. Drill from 9.30 till 12.30 on the Castle Green. This is followed every day by a good hot dinner. Then in the afternoon we have more drill. 'The life is quite alright.
The Bromyard Grammar School Foundation invites applications for awards for the forthcoming academic year 2014/15
or 01885 482543
Or write to: The Clerk, 84 Old Road, Bromyard, HR7 4BQ
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Friday 31st October 2014
From The Hereford Times
"At Queen Elizabeth Humanities College there is a strong tradition of developing high achieving and morally adept students who are able to contribute well to their local community and society as a whole.
Mike Ashton, CEO of Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce was the guest speaker at the October meeting of Bromyard & District Chamber of Commerce and Industry held at the Falcon Hotel.
Mr Ashton gave a comprehensive talk on the work of the two Counties Chamber of Commerce,which has a turnover in excess of £2.5m and fifty employees based in Worcester, he was particulary interested in improving their tourism activity in Herefordshire.