About the Council

About the Council and emergency numbers for reporting road or drainage issues or fly tipping

The parish council has received a card from the Lord-Lieutenant of Herefordshire, as shown below. The praise must go to the wonderful volunteers during the Coronavirus lockdown, who helped so many parishioners in need.

The text reads: As her Majesty the Queen’s representative I should like to thank you for the wonderful contribution that you have made to the County during these extraordinary and challenging times. The innovation, collaboration, courage and selflessness shown by so many during the Covid-19 pandemic have been truly inspirational and uplifting. You have built on the community spirit already so strong in Herefordshire, and I am confident that this will continue to strengthen as we face the future. Please pass on my thanks to all members of your groups and your supporters.

Emergency numbers

Herefordshire Council website is the one-stop-shop for up to date information. Defects which require inspection INCLUDING EMERGENCIES can be reported on the Herefordshire Council website – https://myaccount.herefordshire.gov.uk/report-a-pothole or by phoning 01432 261800 for any urgent road or drainage problems.

01432 260000 can be used to report issues with excessive noise or noxious smells.

For up to date information regarding Highway works in Herefordshire please take a look at Roadworks.org.

Report fly tipping – it will be dealt with in a much quicker time frame, by either calling the Contact Centre on 01432 261800 or by logging the fly tipping via the council website on the links below as your enquiry https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/info/200226/report_a_problem/98/fly_tipping

About the Council

Eardisland Parish Council is made up of seven Parish Councillors who are elected every four years. The role of the Parish Council is to improve the quality of community life for the Parish and its inhabitants.
The Parish Council can give views on behalf of its parishioners on planning applications and other proposals that affect the parish, undertake projects and schemes that benefit local residents and work in partnership with other bodies to achieve benefits for the parish. The Parish Council can also alert relevant authorities to problems that arise or work that needs to be undertaken.
Members of the public are welcome to attend Parish Council Meetings.
The official contact details for the council are:
Parish Clerk,
Eardisland Parish Council,
7 John Davies Place,
HR6 8JD.
Phone: 07789 322771.
Email: parish.clerk@eardisland-pc.gov.uk