Useful Information

Emergency Numbers

Gas Leak – If you think you have a gas leak or can smell gas, leave the house and phone the National Gas Emergencies number immediately on 0800 111 999. If you’re at home, and you can do it safely, turn off your gas supply. The gas mains tap should be beside your gas meter.

Electricity – Who can I contact to report a power cut? If you experience a power cut, simply call 105 for free. 105 is the new nationwide number that will put you through to your local electricity network operator – the company that manages the cables, wires and substations that bring electricity into local homes and businesses.

Western Power Distribution Web Site


Public Transport

There’s a lot of good news about Public Transport in the Parish!

Bus services: as reported in the previous edition of the Dragon, the parish council has been fortunate enough to gain funding to subsidise two new bus services.

Ledbury Service:

A monthly service will operate on the fourth Friday of each month to Ledbury. The service will travel from Fownhope, through Mordiford and up to the A438 via Dormington. The bus will stop at Mordiford at 9.42am, Sufton Rise at 9.44am and Dormington at 9.46am and will depart from Ledbury at 12.35pm – the cost will be £3.70 return unless you have a bus pass in which case you will travel for free. The service is due to start on 23rd November, just in time for Christmas shopping!

Unfortunately, due to lack of support, the late night service from The Courtyard to the Parish has been terminated

Ross on Wye Service.

You are reminded that a bus service operates between Sufton Rise and Ross on Wye via Mordiford and Fownhope on the second Thursday of each month. It leaves Mordiford at 9.32am and returns by 12.35pm. This service is proving very popular.

Bus timetables: These are published by Herefordshire County Council

The Fownhope to Hereford service via Mordiford is 453
The Woolhope to Hereford service via Holme Lacy is 454
The Mordiford to Ross on Wye service is 458
The Ledbury to Hereford service via Dormington is 476
The Much Marcle to Hereford via Pentaloe Close is 478
The Hereford to London via Ross on Wye service is 444
The Hereford to London via Ledbury service is 445

The LifeLine Car Scheme.
Please ring 01432 277622

Passengers and Volunteer Drivers are required


On-line Interactive Maps of Herefordshire

The Explore Herefordshire Map

This is an interesting interactive map – You can turn on and off different view modes by using the left column, which contains numerous subjects such as gritting routes, polling stations, planning applications, public rights of way and areas of outstanding natural beauty to name but a few. There are search, zoom and move tools

Parish councils and wards map
This map shows parishes, parish councils, county wards and county wards from 2015

Traffic Jams and roads being re-surfaced

On this webpage you can check live traffic jams in Herefordshire – if you select the ‘live traffic congestion’ box it shows you where all the traffic jams are. You can also sign up for email alerts.


UK Postcodes


Herefordshire Council

www.herefordshire.gov.uk

Household bin collection

Paying Bills Online

Bus travel and timetables

Planning application search

Jobs

Council Newsroom

Parks, play areas and sports pitches search


Hereford Hospital Wye Valley NHS Trust

For general Wye Valley NHS Trust enquiries, call 01432 355444 for switchboard.

www.wyevalley.nhs.uk 

Doctors Surgeries

Fownhope Medical Centre 

Telephone: 01432 860235

Prescriptions: 01432 860241

District Nurse: 01989 769081

Fax: 01432 860900


Hereford Leisure Centre

Holmer Road, Hereford HR4 9UD
0845 241 0978
Halo is a community based not for profit organisation that manages leisure centres and swimming pools on behalf of Herefordshire Council.
www.haloleisure.co.uk


 Fitness Network Herefordshire

www.fitnet.org.uk


 Herefordshire Sport

www.herefordshiresport.co.uk


 The Herefordshire Junior Football League

www.hjfl.co.uk
01981258146


The Planning Portal

UK Government’s online planning and building regulations resource for England and Wales.
http://www.planningportal.gov.uk