Herefordshire 2030 at the Left Bank Village
January 27th @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Herefordshire, with a population of some 200,000 people is one of the UK’s most attractive counties. It contains a great cathedral city and beautiful countryside. Like the rest of the UK, it also has many problems – economic, social and environmental – many of which have worsened during austerity.
Since it may take some time to change government policy, we decided to explore what the county could do for itself, without waiting.
The aim of the Herefordshire 2030 Project is to develop a clear, compelling and fact-based picture of how Herefordshire in 2030 can be fairer, greener and more prosperous than today. It will also show the actions that will need to be taken to achieve that progress, and how they can be realised. And it will develop a practical plan to engage those who will need to make it happen. Here is the launch event.
This event will be both an update on the progress of the project and an invitation to join in.