Flicks in The Sticks – Money Monster

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Friday 18th November, 2016 7.30pm 

In the real time, high stakes thriller, George Clooney and Julia Roberts star as financial TV host Lee Gates and his producer, Patty, who are put in an extreme situation when an irate investor who has lost everything formoney-monstercefully takes over their studio. During a tense stand off broadcast to millions on live TV, Lee and Patty must work furiously against the clock to un ravel the mystery behind the conspiracy at the heart of today’s fast paced, high tech global markets.

Flicks in The Sticks – Eddie the Eagle

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Flicks in the Sticks is held in the Parish Hall. It is a very popular and sociable event with Wine and Nibbles available to buy. Entrance fee is £5.00 each for adults

For more information about any of our films or our venue please contact Alison
Email: alison@stoneyardgreen.co.uk

Up coming films:

Dec 16th 2016 – Eddie the Eagle

January (Date TBC) – The Man From U.N.C.L.E

Farmers Markets and Christmas


Up coming Farmers Markets:

November 19th and December 17th


For further information contact Liz Clutterbuck 01531 640415 or Rhinedd Krinks 01531 640076

Christmas Fair

Friday 2nd December, 2016 – afternoon – in Bosbury Church

The annual Christmas Fair hosted by Friends of Bosbury School. Come and visit Santa’s grotto, tea and coffee, produce, tumble, prove draw, games, toys and books.

Please contact Helen Smith 07800572512 for more information.

Community Meeting Monday 15th December

 Special Community Meeting.

 Bosbury is faced with yet another Housing Development within the village.

We have received an Outline Planning Application No. P143370/O for a proposed residential development for up to 37 dwellings of which 13 (35%) will be affordable on the land to the East of Brook Lane and North of the B4220, Bosbury, known locally as “The Bean Field”.

The Parish Council met on Thursday 4th.December 2014 at Coddington Church and after lengthy discussion objected, with a complete majority of the total Parish Council, to this outline Planning Application.

We now want to involve as many opinions from the village community as we can and accordingly have arranged a Parish Council – Community Meeting which is to be held in The Parish Hall on Monday 15th December 2014 at 7.30pm to discuss and review all of our many options with this Outline Planning Application.

Please be there and tell all of your neighbours to be there as well since this is a most important and critical meeting for our total Community.

We look forward to seeing you all.

Signed:           JLChester           (Clerk to the Parish Council)                   Dated: 9th December 2014

The press and public are cordially invited to attend the meeting

Buchanan Trust



The Buchanan Trust – Bosbury,


The Commission proposes to make a Scheme (a legal
document) for this charity.  

The Scheme will provide a new fully regulating governing
document for the charity and slightly amend the objects and powers.   A copy of the Scheme can be seen at

(If you cannot access this please call our contact centre on 0845 300 0218 or textphone
0845 300 0219)

Comments or representations on these proposals can be
made to the Commission within one month from 11 June 2014 by completing the
form on the Commission’s website.  Please
quote C-376603-6X6E.




11 June 2014

Flooding Alert News

Correspondence received from Environment Agency

“Until recently, the Flood Alert for the River Leadon catchment was issued based on expected levels at the Wedderburn Bridge gauge, which is downstream from Bosbury at Upleadon. Based on feedback from the community, we have now added the Bosbury river gauge as a Flood Alert trigger. This means we will now issue the River Leadon Flood Alert based on flooding at both the Bosbury and Weddderburn Bridge gauges, along with the Bromsberrow gauge on the Glynch Brook.

A Flood Alert is issued when flooding is possible, and generally indicates the potential for the flooding of low lying land and roads.

I trust you will find this much more relevant to the local community, and it should mean that the Flood Alert is received in a much more timely manner in Bosbury from now on.”

Helen Todd

Flood Resilience Advisor

Environment Agency

Midlands West Area

Tel: 01684 86 4533

Broadband News


Herefordshire Council, Gloucestershire County Council and BT have signed a £56.6m deal which should enable 90 per cent of homes and businesses in the two counties to have access to fibre broadband by the end of 2016, with the ultimate aim to provide access to broadband speeds of 24 megabits per second (Mbps) or above for all who want it by 2018.

The aim of the councils’ partnership is to have a majority of homes and businesses covered by this project able to enjoy speeds of 30 Mbps or more, and all areas will receive a minimum of 2Mbps.

The project is a joint initiative between national government and the two authorities to address the challenge of
bringing broadband to rural areas to support local businesses and enable households to access services.

Homes and businesses that are harder to reach with a fixed fibre line will be connected using alternative new broadband technologies. Also, Herefordshire Council has allocated additional financial support for businesses and homes that can demonstrate a need for faster speeds.

There will now be a period of planning carried out by BT, with work expected to start on the ground during the second half of next year and being completed by the end of 2016.

For more information on the Borders Broadband project visit www.herefordshire.gov.uk/broadband


If you feel your home is at risk of flooding you can be more prepared if you do a few simple things.

Make sure you visit the Environment Agency’s flood awareness pages at www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/floods, sign up for flood alerts and flood warnings through Floodline Warnings Direct on 0845 988 1188 and regularly check the Met Office for severe weather warnings and stay tuned to local radio & TV stations.

The Parish Council have a stock of sandbags for use by residents. Please call 01531 640629 or 07807 778676 to arrange collection.

Herefordshire Council also have a stock of sandbags. For any enquiries on flooding call Herefordshire Council switchboard on 01432 2600000 or visit website www.herefordshire.gov.uk

Ledbury YFC News

Herefordshire YFC did VERY, VERY well at The English Winter Fair at Stafford, with members from Ledbury YFC in the winning team, this is a great boost for our YFC.

Party time is fast approaching, the next big bash is New Years Eve at Luctonians Rugby Club, for more detail see county website www.hfyfc.org.uk.

For the coming year the Count Rally is being held at Canon Frome, thanks to Bruce and Ali Gilbert, with a large marquee, hopefully with a long bar and well staffed and not too far for being picked up from!