This website is intended to be of use and interest to people living in and around the parish of Allensmore in South Herefordshire. It provides information about what’s going on, local groups, the Parish Council, the Church, local history and more.
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Parish Council: The next parish Council meeting is on Thursday 21st March 2024 at 7.45pm. The agenda will follow and the draft minutes of the last meeting (16th November) are available here.
Following the very sad death of Tracy Morriss recently, there is a vacancy on Allensmore Parish Council, please see here for the official notice and see the council membership on this website under Parish Council for the current councillors and contact details for the clerk.
The Parish Council
The Parish Council meets every other month. For information about the membership, meetings and more go to Allensmore Parish Council
Neighbourhood Development Plan
The plan is an important way for local people to shape the way Allensmore develops over the years. It is now complete and was supported by 85% of residents at the referendum. It is now made and has been adopted by Herefordshire Council. The final, adopted plan is available here and for more information go to Allensmore NDP
Go to Village News section
Local groups and information
To see more about the activities of local groups in the parish and for more information about what’s going on, go to Local groups and information.
Latest news: Fastershire have initiated a grant funded project to deliver high speed broadband to properties in Allensmore area that are currently inadequately served. See the Broadband section for more details.
Very disappointingly, none of the four potential suppliers have made a bid for the community broadband in Allensmore. This means that the project will not be proceeding. At least one of the suppliers explained that their resources are fully committed and they are not able to take on a further project. The target area will now be put forward for the national program, Project Gigabit.