The magazine is edited by Chris Bivand, and published by Eardisland Parish Council six times a year.
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Latest Issue - November 2019
Herefordshire has experienced some of the worst floods for many years and Eardisland was cut off twice with only larger vehicles getting through. Several vehicles broke down in the deep water on the ‘S’ bend at the Pembridge end of the village. Some households were affected. Villagers showed the sort of spirit that makes the village what it is, with offers of help to those likely to be affected. However, I should record that some drivers in 4x4s seem to think that creating a large ‘bow wave’ by driving at speed through water is clever. It isn’t. It’s just boorish, inconsiderate and illegal - think ‘without due care and attention’.
Reg Curtis has written a telling piece on page 4. He highlights a problem that affects not only the community shop but other organisations too, the need for people to serve on committees. There are, thankfully, many who will help with individual events, but behind all these achievements there must be a structure, which is where committees are vital. Please see what you can do.
You may notice a film crew around the village on Wednesday 4th December. They will be from ITV and are doing a short feature on the village.
During 2019 many people have contributed, in all sorts of different ways, to the Eardisland Parish Magazine. My thanks go to you all, for without you there would be no magazine.
Finally, I wish you all a very Happy Christmas and New Year.