After the momentous events of the Battle of Foy, I've decided to update my parish map of Herefordshire.
If you compare it to the pre- Foy game at http://hereford1938.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/herefordshire-parish-map.html, you'll notice that, with the cuting off of the BUF at Foy, the Anglican League has been able to expand and establish a presence around Foy parish.
Also obvious is the appearance of Sir Gilbert Hill's Anglo-Welsh force, and his growing control of the Golden Valley railway from Pontrilas. Note also that the Welsh nationalists have pushed across the border from monmouthshire (from where they have clashed with a BUF presence at St. Weonards, resulting in the capture of Anglican firebrand the Rev'd Meredith - http://mattsgamepage.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/battle-of-st-weonards-mud-and-blood.html)
Apart from a little rejigging of the royalists to cover the railways under their control (plus the addition of the early battles around Bromyard that I forgot to add last time) that's about it.