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Due to Covid 19, all face-to-face events have been cancelled for the time being but we hope to have 

Extinction Rebellion meeting

Sunday 3 November 5pm - 7pm

An informal meeting for those wishing to explore the global climate, biodiversity and ecological issues facing all of us.

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Craft Fair

Saturday 16 November 10am - 2pm

Pop into The Hub to view beautiful handmade arts and crafts.  This is an opportunity to buy unique gifts in time for Christmas!  Refreshments available; free admission.


Exhibition: Fairfield High School

Throughout March

Pop in to admire the creativity and talent of local students working in a variety of media.

Felting Fun with CLaN

Thursdays 5, 12, 19, 26 March 7pm - 9pm

These four sessions will cover both wet felting and needle felting.  Tuition will be geared to all abilities.  £40 for all four sessions; tuition, materials, equipment and refreshments included.  Click here to visit CLaN's website and to book... 

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Memory Drop-in Session

Friday 13 March 11am - 1pm


Cheryl Pool, an NHS Community Nurse specialising in memory and dementia, will be visiting The Hub.  Want to know how you can keep your synapses firing and care for your memory as you get older?  Looking for ways to support a friend or relative?  Then pop in and have a chat!

inSPIRE Lunch 

Tuesday 17 March 12.30pm - 2pm


Members of the church congregation and local residents are most welcome to attend.  Main Courses: Creamy Chicken Korma with Rice, Naan Bread & Mango Chutney OR Colcannon Fish Pie with Green Beans & Carrots.  Dessert Courses: Meringue Nest with Fresh Fruit & Cream OR Bakewell Tart & Custard.  £8.50 for 2 courses including tea and coffee; order by 10 March. To book, please contact Claire on 01981 550462. 

Black Mountain Herefordshire Wildlife Trust Talk 

Wednesday 18 March 7.30pm - 9pm

A talk on 'Natural flood management' by Andrew Nixon (Herefordshire Wildlife Trust) and Bethany Lewis (Natural Flood Management Project Officer, Herefordshire Council).  All welcome; members £3/non-members £4.

Ward Councillor surgery at The Hub

Tuesday 24 March 11am - 1pm

Jennie Hewitt writes: As your Ward Councillor for Golden Valley North I would like to offer the 

opportunity to residents to engage with me on issues that affect you living in the locality –
or just to find out who I am, what I do in my role and why I chose to offer my services.


I will be at The Hub on the date above from 11am -1pm. There is private space available in the 
library at these times if you should so wish. They serve wonderful cakes
and beverages too!


Photograph attached so that you might recognise me...feel free to click on my image to email me direct too.

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Community Art Project

Saturday 28 March 

The final two sessions of free felting take place at the end of the month and it's the turn of the young people of the Golden Valley to make their mark.

When the final felting pieces have dried, all of the panels will be combined into larger pieces of artwork which will then be displayed at The Hub.


Keep an eye on the website for more details about the 'grand unveiling', scheduled for Thursday 9 April!

Lent Lunch

Sunday 29 March 7.30pm - 9pm

A light lunch comprising a delicious choice of soups with home-made bread, followed by fresh fruit, tea and coffee.  Cost £5; booking is advisable so please contact Clare on 01981 550462.  All welcome!


Climate Coffee Chat

Wednesday 1 April 11am - 12pm

If you're wondering how you can make a difference in these worrying times, pop in and chat things through with a like-minded member of our community.

Stillpoint Meditation

Wednesday 1 April 7.30pm

These monthly sessions are led by Simon Lockett and explore a meditation technique to ease stress and anxiety, and inspire awareness and attentiveness. Just bring yourself and an open mind.  For more information, please email

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Pedlar's Tales at The Hub

Friday 3 April 7pm - 9pm

During the last year Herefordshire Libraries and Archives have been taking local stories and events off the shelves and bringing them to life with the imagination and skill of The Fetch Theatre Company.  Pedlar’s Tales revolves around the central character of Silver Joan and the action takes place around a magical pedlar’s cart.  There is a delightful air of mystery that runs throughout the show and the stories, which are part fact, part legend and all local to Herefordshire, are mesmerising.

Beautiful, colourful, believable puppets breathe further life into the stories and complementary to the performance is a wonderful, original score, derived from local, traditional music.  Not only is this a triumph of storytelling, running the gamut of life and emotion, but also a masterclass in the art of puppetry - and all with a happy ending!


The performance is suitable for adults and children aged 7+ years.  Tickets are £3 each and can be purchased from The Hub Library or Café during opening hours.

Climate Change meeting

Sunday 5 April 5pm - 7pm

Carer Links - part of Crossroads Together - is a free service available to unpaid carers in Herefordshire.  A representative of Carer Links visits The Hub monthly to provide advice, information, signposting to services and emotional support to people in a caring role.   

Talk Community Information Session

Tuesday 7 April 9.30am - 4.30pm

Stay connected with these monthly information drop-in sessions run by the Council's friendly Community Broker team. Find out about services, groups and activities taking place locally to help you stay independent, happy and healthy.

Active Here Information Session

Tuesday 7 April 11am - 2pm

Do you want to get active but aren’t sure how to begin?  Pop in and chat to a member of Active Here who can provide motivational support, helping you towards independent, sustained activity. 

Age UK Information Session

Tuesday 7 April 11am - 2pm

An advisor from Age UK will be joining us at The Hub during our Tuesday drop-in session.  If you're looking for information or advice, either for yourself or a friend/relative, feel free to pop in and chat things through.

Carer Links Information Session

Tuesday 7 April 11am - 2pm

Carer Links - part of Crossroads Together - is a free service available to unpaid carers in Herefordshire.  A representative of Carer Links visits The Hub monthly to provide advice, information, signposting to services and emotional support to people in a caring role.   

Exploring Thyroid Issues

Tuesday 7 April 11am - 2pm

Anyone living with a thyroid disorder is invited to pop in for a cup of coffee and a chat with Debbie Ingram.  Debbie would like to set up an informal support group and is seeking input from people dealing with thyroid issues themselves, as well as their families/friends/carers. 

NHS Community Physio Drop-In Session

Tuesday 7 April 12.30pm - 1.30pm

The physiotherapist visits The Hub on a monthly basis to offer advice, guidance and support, including: management of everyday tasks, fatigue and pain management, advice on walking aids and mobility, exercises and signposting to specialist assessment.  The aim is to help people retain their independence and stay safe within their own homes.


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