Marches Hour: Getting your business noticed in Herefordshire and neighboring counties

Marches Hour is a website and Twitter platform for businesses, entrepreneurs and third party organisations based in Powys, Monmouthshire, Shropshire, Ludlow, Presteigne, Shrewsbury, Worcestershire and Herefordshire. By using #MarchesHour on your tweets you can enter the chance to have it retweeted by @MarchesHour which will then expose your tweet to this specific geographical location. It’s a tool to connect local businesses to each other.

Screenshot (260)

Screenshot (259)

There are occasional meet-ups to network, meet new people and highlight your business. Meet ups are posted on Facebook.com/MarchesHour; www.MarchesHour.co.uk and of course on Twitter @MarchesHour. Its aim is to get your business noticed!


#MarchesHour at the Café is a free, informal networking for small businesses, organisations, charities and individuals in and around Hereford. It offers followers of #MarchesHour the opportunity to extend their interaction beyond the limiting 140 characters allowed by Twitter, to a more personal face-to- face interaction.

You can use #MarchesHour at the café as a platform for a new product launch or to announce a community event. You can also get to know the faces behind Herefordshire twitter accounts you follow or those that follow you at a #MarchesHour @ the café event.

From MarchesHour.co.uk

Like   |   Share   |   Follow

Facebook: /CatherineVaughanWriter
Twitter: @CattVaughan

Catherine Vaughan – Hereford’s Millenial Poet and Author

As some of you may know I am an Author, Poet and blogger of the Arts & Culture (ArtsyJolieGirl.com) alongside this Lifestyle blog… I’ve started a mini poetry reading tour and did my first ever solo poetry performance last Thursday 03.03.16 here is a ✍ fabulous review ✍ from the wonderful Hereford Events & Culture blog HerefordCityCentric.com. Do visit their site sometime and why not pop to Hereford to visit this charming and historic city….

Hereford City Centric Retail & Culture Blog

Catherine Vaughan Book & Poetry Reading at De Koffie Pot March 3, 2016

Arriving slightly late to the reading by Catherine Vaughan,  I can’t help but feel anxious that I missed out on of some of this lady poets carefully crafted outpouring, and the whimsical and energetic approach in which she passionately read through her material.

I arrived to an aptly poetic atmosphere; the room was beautifully lit with candles illuminating the oak beams on the ceiling, and the tables almost completely packed with humans keenly hanging on to every word. Catherine had reeled them in, I would be next.  De Koffie Potholds many events in this room on the first floor of the converted stables nestled alongside the River Wye.  A charming setting difficult to parallel in the city unless you boast any sort of river front property.

Reading from her poetry book ‘The Quarter Life Crisis Poet: A Collection…

View original post 176 more words

Poetry Reading Event @ De Koffie Pot, Hereford 03/03/16

Invitation Poetry Reading

Thursday 3rd March 2016

19:00 pm

FREE EVENT:  @ De Koffie Pot cafe

FOR LITERATURE LOVERS!

(in the Courtyard behind the main Left Bank building)

EVENT DETAILS ON FACEBOOK CLICK HERE.

 

invite_2

Performance by Hereford born and raised Author + Poet Catherine Vaughan. Readings of classic poems by Walt Whitman to Pablo Neruda followed by poems written by Vaughan taken from her poetry book: “The Quarter Life Crisis Poet” and NEW material!

Location: On Bridge Street, before the Old Bridge -> where that white tent is!

Tell your friends and come along!

Food review: Pausa Cafe in Dunelms

I have made a most wonderful little discovery. Having recently been spring cleaning and purchasing some new desk seat cushions and bits and bobs at Dunelm I tried their café Pausa.

It is an absolutely wonderful café. The Panini’s are scrumptious, lot’s of cakes to choose from, the hot chocolate is delicious and the plates are cubically cute too! If this was an independent café chain located centrally in city centre I’d be going nearly everyday it is that good. A very underrated café-you just would not think it would be so great but it is!