Welcome to the new website for the parish of Kingsland in beautiful Herefordshire. We hope you find it useful and interesting, whether you are a resident or just passing through!! The site is updated weekly so drop by for the latest news, events etc. Don’t forget that we’re a great place to find local trades and services as well – so shop local!
We would also welcome any new contributions, letters to go in Village Talk and useful information from parish residents, so do get in touch via Contact Us. Also, do send us any good photos taken in the parish, especially outside the main village.
This new website is a work in progress so please let us know if you come across any gremlins, broken links or errors via the Contact Us page and if you have contributed any information to this website please check your entry and let us know if you need updates.
NEWS!! The Kingsland News is now online! You can read the April 2014 issue by just clicking the link here. A link to the March issue is available on the Other Useful Stuff page.
If you’re having problems reading Kingsland News with Internet Explorer (IE), make sure you allow pop ups from Issu.com by clicking the box on the IE bar at the top of the pop up box it appears in, then refresh the pop up box and it should work. If you’ve already allowed them just refresh the pop up box. Otherwise use Google Chrome which works fine. Any other problems, please let us know by mailing us (just click) info@KingslandLife.com. Thanks
Please note, if you want to see what’s been updated please look at the posts on the Web Updates page.
Spring is in the air at last…….no need for cars……
We’re looking for more people to help with the website! If you have any experience with WordPress – or would like to learn – or would just like to help out generally eg gathering info or photos, please Contact Us!!
Last but not least, the website committee must thank Brian Pettit who has now retired from being webmaster for this site. It was Brian who built, maintained and updated the website for 3 years and without him this valuable resource would not exist at all. The current committee will do their best to keep the website maintained to the same high standard but it will be a hard act to follow!
Many thanks Brian!