Herefordshire gets its first electric car charge points

Electric car charging point in Herefordshire Three of the charging points are in car parks

The first public charging points for electric cars in Herefordshire have been installed.

There are two in Hereford, at St Martins car park and the Herefordshire Council offices at Plough Lane.

The other two are in Etnam Street car park in Leominster and the Red Meadow car park in Ross-on-Wye.

Funding for the charging points has come from Plugged in Midlands and the Local Sustainable Transport Fund, Herefordshire Council said.

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