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NEWS - ROSS-ON-WYE
at Ross Heritage Centre
Ross Lions 'Tree of Memories' at the Heritage Centre.
House is building up to Christmas, extending the exhibition
by local artists until at least mid December. Doug Eaton, Jerry
Whitehouse, Lawrence Hughes, Humphrey Stanley and Rex Foley
are exhibiting a variety of art works to suit all tastes with
both paintings and prints for sale. This exhibition has been
extended to enable visitors and local people alike to purchase
something different for Christmas.
Good Causes have set up their tables, and will once again be
selling Christmas Cards, Gift Wrap and Calendars until Saturday
11th December. The first week has once again been very popular,
so if you wish to purchase your cards it is best to call in
as soon as possible.
2nd December will see the Market House open until 7 pm for viewing
the exhibitions and for sales of gifts and books. This evening
will coincide with the towns late night opening, enabling people
who work to shop and visit the centre. Another chance for late
night Christmas shopping will occur on Saturday, 18th December
until 6pm. Father Christmas and his helpers will be in Ross
on this occasion to visit the Market House and meet local children.
December the Centre will be holding a fun quiz for the whole
family, over the holiday period. Question sheets will be available
from the Heritage Centre desk, the Ross Gazette or Ross Recorder.
Prizes will be awarded to the first two correct answer sheets
opened after the closing date of 31st December. This is a free
competition open to all agegroups.
information on all forthcoming events and exhibitions at the
Heritage Centre can be obtained by visiting or telephoning 01432
260675 during opening hours - 10.30 am to 4 pm Monday to Saturday.
(Closed for lunch between 1 pm and 1:30 pm.)
Photography This Week
The cast of Babes in the Wood, who will be performing the play,
put on by the Larruperz Community Theatre at the Larruperz Centre
between 1st and 4th December.
Helen Boughen and father, Colin Boughen. Brave Helen, who is
recovering well after operations for cancer of the face will
be appearing in the show.
Damage caused by the fire at the Rosswyn Hotel, High Street.
The fire started in the early hours of Wednesday, 10th November
and was reported in an extra
edition of Wyenot News.
Letters - Is anybody able to help?
I am looking
for someone called Ernest Cecil Winter. He was lodging at 10,
Greytree Road during the early 1940s. Also at The Crofts in
1948. He worked on ther railway during this time.
you are able to help Maria, please email
here and I will pass the information on.
is the time for all good men (and women) . . .
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your glasses, get off your bottoms and clear off home!'
(Not quite how it used to be phrased
but I'm sure you get the gist!)
you do that however . . .
not spend the evening meeting old Potters Bar friends in the original
'Potters Bar' building for a
- Hope & Anchor
Potters Bar Music - recordings of the original
juke box records!
least one original barman - less hair than in those
days but will wear a hat to hide it!
Even those who were under age are welcome
- You must be old enough by now!
27th November 2004 - 8:00 pm until 11:10 PRECISELY!!!
(Not overly serious about that last bit.)
Floyd, Hawkwind, John Cleese, The Eagles, Steely Dan, Queen, Mott
the Hoople, Bob Marley,
Jimmy Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Squeeze, Eric Clapton,
The Who, Pretenders, Genesis . . .
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