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The store has now written to local residents about their proposals, which include a separate coffee shop and more than 100 car parking spaces.Aldi, which has an existing store in nearby Wallisdown Road, says up to 40 jobs would be created with the opening of a new shop.THE fabulous pictures on these pages are the first to feature from our new Hereford Times Camera Club.We have launched the club to bring together the area's many talented photographers – professional and amateur – and showcase their talent.All will have a chance to see their work regularly published in the Hereford Times and seen by thousands of readers in print and online.
READ MORE: Sick St Bernard dog's cancer turned out to be four half-chewed teddy bears Paramedics and police officers were also in attendance and the unidentified male was finally cut free at around 8.12am."The young male was freed at around 8.10am before receiving a medical check and was found to be uninjured." The image drew a wide reaction from social media users, who joked that he had been trying to access the nightclub for free.David Poyner said: "When you don't wanna pay £5 entry." READ MORE: Sick St Bernard dog's cancer turned out to be four half-chewed teddy bears Danny Mc Allister added: "Poor lad."He was completely unable to move, so that's why he couldn't escape. "Apparently he was talking about how he had left his phone and wallet inside the club, and that was why he was trying to get back in." A spokeswoman for Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service said: "We were called at around 8am to reports a man had become stuck on railings on Trinity Street, Worcester."We sent one crew from Worcester, the ambulance service and police were also in attendance.