Hereford’s own Jeremy Godwin has recently opened up a stall at The Children’s Bookshelf in Hereford. Jeremy is well known across the city and the name “Jeremy the Raver” was born due to his love of the local nightlife.

Jeremy will be selling cards for 30p to support the reopening of Upper Hayford Airfield. Jeremy told Your Herefordshire “I just wanted to help and do my bit to raise money, I love meeting people and this was a great way to do it”

Duncan Cooper runs the Children’s Bookshelf and he is delighted to help Jeremy “We were so pleased to help Jeremy sell his cards and its great to support a local independent artist showcase his work”

Your Herefordshire Director Matt Healey knows Jeremy from his DJing around the city “Jeremy isn’t out as often these days, but back in the day he would always come and see me at Yates on a Saturday night, in fact I remember he was so popular he ended up having a special guest DJ stint at Play Nightclub about ten years ago”

Leanne from Landau told us “Jeremy came in to the Landau outreach shop on Gomond street asking for some help to sell his home made cards. He didn’t meet any of the requirements for support from our current projects as sadly, the funding for Landau’s Building Better Opportunities project had recently ended. I knew Jeremy as a local man though and admired the drive and passion he had to want to raise money for a good cause so I wanted to help him. I reached out on social media to a few local businesses for support and thankfully Duncan and The Children’s Bookshelf answered our call”

Leanne continued “I couldn’t be more grateful and I’m very proud of Jeremy for pursuing something he’s passionate about. He is also now seeking a couple of hours paid work per week, preferably something to do with planes? If anybody has anything on offer to help Jeremy fulfil his dreams, please email me on He would be extremely grateful for the opportunity”

Good luck Jeremy from all the team at Your Herefordshire.