Eardisland Parish Council

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.

Local Plan (Regulation 18)

The deadline for comments is 20 May 2024. It is really important to have your say! Please email your comments to ldf@herefordshire.gov.uk

Contact the Clerk if you have any questions.

Take a look at Herefordshire Council’s presentation  – here

Environment Agency Flood Defence Scheme

The Environment Agency have created a website to provide more information about the Scheme and to update you all going forward.

Eardisland Scheme – Environment Agency – Citizen Space (environment-agency.gov.uk)

Postal Votes for 2 May 2024

Information on postal votes taking place – please read

Contact details for the Parish Clerk

Amber Littleworth
Stonelea Cottage,
Eardisland,
HR6 9AS

Email: parish.clerk@eardisland-pc.gov.uk
Tel: 07799 826779

Eardisland Flood Response Plan

Click here to view the Eardisland Flood Response Plan.

Emergency numbers for reporting road or drainage issues or fly tipping

Herefordshire Council 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 at https://myaccount.herefordshire.gov.uk/report-a-pothole or by phoning 01432 261800 for any urgent road, footpath or drainage problems or to report a flooded or obstructed road.

01432 260000 can be used to report issues with excessive noise, nuisance bonfires, dog problems or noxious smells.

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

Reporting fly tipping

This 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

Safer Neighbourhood Team of police

PC Dean Wall 07773 053846; PC 2609 Emma Turberfield Ext. 7723801; PCSO Felix Rawlinson  07971 051480; Report a crime, Non-emergency Police 101 Ext 61216.

Environment Agency

0800 80 70 60 (24-hours) or visit www.gov.uk/report-an-environmental-incident

Flood alerts

Floodline 0345 988 1188.  Sign up online at www.gov.uk/sign-up-for-flood-warnings to get Flood Warnings from the Environment Agency by phone, email or text message. If you live by a river or stream, keep a watch on current and expected water levels.

Power cut

Call 105 or visit  www.powercut105.com

BT phone line issues

www.downdetector.co.uk/status/bt-british-telecom

Gas leak

0800 111 999 or visit www.wwutilities.co.uk/services/smell-gas

Welsh Water

0800 052 0130 (Water emergencies) or 0800 085 3968 (Sewer emergencies) or visit www.contact.dwrcymru.com/

Do you have farmers in your Parish looking to improve soil health, increase on site biodiversity, or struggling with issues of wet lying ground? Wanting to grow more grass in drought and with less fertilizer?
They are invited to come along to our upcoming farm carbon workshop with regenerative agriculture consultancy Niels Corfield – How poor soil and pasture health is bringing systemic weaknesses to grazing operations and what to do about it.
Please see details about the workshop below.
Please invite them to email climate@herefordshire.gov.uk if they would like to attend

Leominster Area Branch of Herefordshire Wildlife Trust invite you to join their first talk:-