This page is here to give you access to information not covered elsewhere on the site and more general to Herefordshire as a whole. It includes……
- Rivers and Flooding Information
- Events/What’s Happening Elsewhere in Herefordshire
- Out and About and the Area
- Local News sources
- Local Weather
- Local Government/Community Groups
- Back copies of Kingsland News
Hope you find it useful and please let us know via the Contact Us page if there’s anything else we should add!
As a starting point, ‘Welcome to Herefordshire’ gives lots of information about living and working in Herefordshire here. It’s particularly useful if you are new to the area and here’s a Google Map of where we are:
RIVERS AND FLOODING INFORMATION
There are two main rivers runnng through the parish which are the River Lugg and the River Arrow. The Lugg is an SSSI (Site of Special Sciebtific Interest) so is protected under government legislation.
The current river levels are shown in the automatic gauges data below which are updated every 15 minutes. The Byton automatic gauge is for the Lugg north of Kingsland and the Eardisland gauge is on the Arrow. Click on the gauge names to get more information about them.
EVENTS/WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING?
POP UP COURSES IN LUDLOW
For more information and course details just click here.
WIGMORE AND DISTRICT GARDENING CLUB SPEAKERS AND GARDEN VISITS 2016
HEREFORDSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST
Herefordshire WildlifeTrust is the largest membership-based wildlife organisation in the area, dedicated to inspiring people about wildlife, acting as a wildlife champion, creating wildlife havens and encouraging sustainable living.
The Trust covers the county of Herefordshire and works closely with neighbouring Wildlife Trusts in England and Wales. The Trust is supported by over 3000 local members and manages 54 nature reserves.
Lots of events in June including Queenswood walks (part of Herefordshire Walking Festival), a few project work parties, a Bromyard Downs Open Day and HWT’s involvement with Hellens Garden Festival this year. There are also talks as part of the Leominster Festival including ‘River Lugg Living landscape’. We will also be running a number of events to help promote our 30 Days Wild campaign – see press release also attached – which is all about encouraging people to get out and endeavour to do something wild throughout the month –information about it is also on HWT’s website http://www.herefordshirewt.org/30-days-wild
AYMESTREY FILM CLUB
Films are shown at Aymestrey Parish Hall on the first Sunday of every month.
Doors open at 6.45pm. Entry is £5 per person. Home-made ice-cream and popcorn will be on sale before the screening.
You are welcome to bring other refreshments if you wish. Most of the seating is “cabaret-style”, around small tables.
If you are interested in receiving regular information about screenings please send an email to email@example.com and we will put you on the (electronic) mailing list.
An excellent magazine for what’s on, from music to courses all over Herefordshire, Shropshire and The Marches. See here.
Bring live events (and Flicks in the Sticks below) to venues all over Herefordshire and Shropshire. For details of their events see their website here.
FLICKS IN THE STICKS:
MORTIMER PARK (Luctonians)
Click here for what’s on and information
Details of what’s on are here.
LEOMINSTER CIVIC SOCIETY
Runs a series of events/discussions and similar. This year’s programme is here
There’s lots going on in Ludlow and you can see everything via this website.
There is also Ludlow Assembly Rooms who have loads of films and live events and you can see what’s on here.
WHERE CAN WE GO?
This is a good website for events. This link takes you to events near Kingsland though you can look for events anywhere in the UK!
OUT AND ABOUT AND THE AREA
Covering various sites related to the area. Just press the underlined name to go to the website.
LOCAL NEWS SERVICES
A list of local news sources, locally and for Herefordshire. Just click on the name to go to their website
LOCAL GOVERNMENT/COMMUNITY GROUPS
A variety of government and community groups/charities. Just click the name to go to their website.
BACK COPIES OF KINGSLAND NEWS (FROM MARCH 2014)
Just click the date to view….
March 2014 : April 2014 : May 2014 : June 2014 : July 2014 : August 2014 : September 2014 : October 2014 : November 2014 : December 2014 : January 2015 : February 2015 : March 2015 : April 2015 : May 2015 : June 2015 : July 2015 : August 2015 : September 2015 : October 2015 : November 2015 : December 2015 : January 2016 : February 2016 : March 2016 : April 2016