Curlbrook News

Last updated:  4th April 2021

Curlbrook Free Website Competition

Get a FREE Website

To enter the competition simply use our Contact Us form and put the one word COMPETITION in the message field. We'll then send you a link and login details.

Read, Print or Download Complete Terms and conditions from here.

Closing date for the competition:   31st May 2021

Now is probably a great time to set up a website if you don't already have one. More and more shopping is being done on-line and a website is essential to get your skills, services and products into the marketplace.

If you already have a website make sure it is responsive. Remember, at least five times as many people use smartphones and tablets to access the internet than those using larger screens on laptops and desktops. We can bring your older website into the 21st century by converting it to responsive page design. Please use our Contact Us form to ask any questions.

Briefly, our free website competition is open to any small organisation; single trader, small group, local charity, artisans and other small traders.

There is no entry fee and the only cost to the winner will be the annual fee for a domain name (we'll help you if you don't already have one). The charge can be as little as £1 for the first year!

Local Takeaway meals

The local pubs in Pembridge - The New Inn and The Red Lion - are both offering takeaway meals on certain days. Have a look at their Facebook pages to get the latest information. Menus vary frequently.

The Salutation Inn in Weobley is also offering a range of meals to take away and full details are kept up-to-date daily on their website. Have a look here.


The "Pembridge Newsletter" has been revived and will be circulated very soon (April 2021).  The closing date for the competition has now been revised to 31st May 2021.

We are now back to levels last seen in early October and the seven day rolling rate of new cases, date ending on 26 March 2021, the COVID-19 case rate in Herefordshire is 25.9 cases per 100k people. This is a decrease of 19.4% on the previous week. Cases remain low compared to the national average (55.4 per 100k population).

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