Impressed by the town of Ross-on-Wye due to visits to see
Tina and I, Robin Collett, Tina's dad and owner of 'Bromsgrove
Bus and Coach Company' is now regularly bringing bus loads
of visitors to the town. I just happened to be calling in
to the Hope & Anchor for a cup of tea when I spotted
one of his busses in the car park, driven by Nigel Taylor.
Bromsgrove Bus and Coach Company are specialists in bus
travel for the disabled and for school parties. (The skylight
is on the Conservatory building behind, by the way and not
The 3rd Ross Brownies enjoyed a sausage sizzle on Wednesday
13th July at the Prospect. The girls went in fancy dress
as tramps, football, tv and film stars. In the photograph,
with the Brownies are - left to right: Brown Owl - Annette
Mitchell, Tawny Owl - Fay Nicholls and Young Leaders, Sarah
Ellis and Alison Frecknell. Brown Owl, Annette Mitchell
has just been presented with a badge and certificate, presented
to her at the recent County AGM by County Commissioner,
Mrs Jean Parkes.
Oates and Sons have taken over both the old Pound Shop and
Benjamin's shops in Broad Street for their combined venture
of selling bargain goods in one of the shops and specializing
in party goods, including bouncy castle hire from the other.
Pictured below, Doug, Gavin, Wayne and Marie Oates take
time out to have a photograph taken in Broad Street.
should, on reflection (hehe) have used a polarizing filter
for this shot but I had to step out into the traffic to
take it and felt rather vulnerable.