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Belmont Rural Parish Council

Belmont Rural Parish is located to the South of the City of Hereford with boundaries formed by Newton Brook to the South and East, Ruckhall Lane to the West and the River Wye to the North.
The Parish consists of mainly private sector housing and has two Community Centres; Belmont Community Centre on Eastholme Road and Northolme Community Centre on Northolme Road.
Within the Parish there is a large supermarket with facilities such as a Cafe, Pharmacy and hand Car Wash and a fuel station with an automated Car Wash. There is also a medical centre and an additional pharmacy situated close to Belmont Community Centre.
The 2011 census identified that nearly 4000 residents live within the Parish.  In total, there are approximately 1700 households.

Next Meeting

Days
Hours
9th June 2022 @ 7.30pm
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May 17 - Tue
Belmont, GB
22°C broken clouds
Day Cond. Temp.
tue 05/17
light rain
20/13°C
wed 05/18
broken clouds
17/9°C
thu 05/19
overcast clouds
18/9°C
fri 05/20
overcast clouds
15/9°C
sat 05/21
broken clouds
17/9°C

On the doorstep of the Parish lies Belmont Haywood Country Park consisting of 18 acres of wild meadows and parks. A really amazing green space on the edge of the city, incorporating children’s parks, Belmont Pools and woodland.   The pools even have their own island providing a safe haven to the various wildlife that inhabit it.

Images from around the Parish

Parish Map

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Three Counties Hotel - Lidl planning application

To raise comments, good, bad or indifferent, the above planning application can be viewed by following this link:
https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/info/200142/planning_services/planning_application_search/details?id=221090&search-term=221090

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Storm & Inclement weather advice

If you experience loss of power, you should report it, so the providers have a clear picture of who is without power – this is especially important in rural communities. This can be done by calling 105.

In an emergency or if someone is in immediate danger, always call 999.

Power cut: Call 105  https://www.powercut105.com/

BT phone line issues: https://downdetector.co.uk/status/bt-british-telecom/

Gas leak: 0800 111 999 https://www.wwutilities.co.uk/services/smell-gas/

Welsh Water: 0800 052 0130 (Water emergencies) or 0800 085 3968 (Sewer emergencies)  https://contact.dwrcymru.com/

Severn Trent water: 0800 783 4444 https://www.stwater.co.uk/in-my-area/check-my-area/

Report a tree down, flooded road or highway obstruction- BBLP : 01432 261800

Flood alerts: Floodline 0345 988 1188.  Sign up to get Flood Warnings from gov.uk by phone, email or text message. If you live by a river or stream, keep a watch on current and expected water levels. You can see the actual water levels at different locations in the county

More information and advice can be found here: www.herefordshire.gov.uk/storm.

Finally, some tips from Western Power on how you can prepare in case of a power cut:

  1. Keep our telephone number handy or save it in your mobile phone (105 or 0800 6783 105) so that you can report a power cut or call for information and advice.
  2. Keep a battery/solar charger handy so that you can recharge your smart phone or tablet and follow updates on social media, our online power cut map or Power Cut Reporter app.
  3. Keep your freezer shut – depending on the type of freezer you have, the contents could stay frozen for up to 12 hours.
  4. Check that you have a phone available that will work in a power cut – digital or cordless ones may not work.
  5. Have things like a torch or lantern ready (it is best not to use candles or paraffin lights).
  6. Protect sensitive electrical equipment such as computers with a surge protector plug.
  7. If you have a mains-operated stair lift, check to see if there is a manual release handle that can be used to return it safely to ground level if it stops working.