“A New Normal. Share with us how the world looks to you now. Create an art work which expresses your experiences or feelings, hopes or fears. Top Prize £300″
Marches Counselling Services are running a free art competition open to residents of Herefordshire and the Marches. Entitled “A New Normal?”, this competition, is an opportunity for people to reflect on and express creatively their experience of the Covid pandemic. Open to all ages there are cash prizes for the best entries and the competition will run throughout November and December. More information and entry forms can be accessed via their website: www.marchescounselling.org
Marches Counselling Service has provided affordable counselling to Herefordshire residents for over ten years. They have recently received lottery funding to support those struggling with the impact of coronavirus. If you would appreciate someone from their service facilitating a discussion about managing mental health at this time, then do get in touch.
Tarrington has a local history group who meet regularly to research, preserve and interpret the history and heritage of Tarrington and its surrounding area.
The group are currently investigating the option of producing a book of historical photos and past stories relating to the Tarrington area.
If you are in possession of any historical photographs of places and people in the area that they could copy and use or have stories of past times that you would be willing to share, please contact Richard Price on firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you
After an extremely successful socially-distant event, there will be two more exclusive opportunities to see some live music in Tarrington. Due to Covid regulations, audience numbers are limited so book your tickets early to avoid missing out – there will be no ‘on the door’ admission.
Programme to comprise music for solo violin by Bach, Ysaye, Hindemith, Prokofiev and Biber.
Don’t worry – there will be wet weather contingency shelter in place! Bring your own chair/blanket and a picnic/drinks.
Hannah Roper is a former Philharmonia Orchestra Martin Music Scholar and winner of the inaugural Yehudi Menuhin Prize for Strings at Cambridge University. She grew up in Tarrington and now performs as a soloist, orchestral player and chamber musician with various ensembles in London, Oxford, and around the UK.
East of the Sun, West of the Moon
Saturday 22nd August at 3pm (45 min show)
In the grounds of Lady Emily Community Hall
Admission free – 30 seats available (all ages welcome)
A tale told without words, the performance is tightly choreographed to a
beautiful soundtrack, enabling us to explore Nordic music both contemporary
and traditional. The influence of Nordic compositions will appeal to all types of audiences and introduce younger audiences to new musical styles. The rhythms of the music influence the puppetry, as visual theatre and music weave seamlessly together to create powerful and stunning theatre.
Funny, anarchic, moving and beautiful, the story transports audiences as they
engage with the puppets and take an emotional journey with them.
Contact John Tallis for bookings:
phone : 01432 890720 e-mail : email@example.com
or visit : www.artsalive.co.uk
Herefordshire District Council has proposed a reduction of speed limit on the A438 from a point 82 metres west of its junction with U66205 (Little Tarrington Common Road) to a point 412 metres southeast of its junction with U66205. The deadline for the receipt of objections is 12:00 noon on 7th August 2020.
General enquiries relating to the proposal should be referred to the Traffic Management Team at ADL Traffic and Highways Engineering Ltd (Tel: 01454 332100). Objections to the proposal together with the grounds on which they are made must be sent in writing to the Traffic Management Team, ADL Traffic and Highways Engineering Ltd, ADL House, Oaklands Business Park, Armstrong Way, Yate, Bristol BS37 5NA, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.