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Issue No. 68 [Back Issues]
1st November 2005

This Week - [Alton Road and Waterside Flood - Potters Bar Invitation 2005 - Wild Play in Tudorville]
[The Devil's Name Is Dave - EnviroAbility Volunteer]
[Mobile Museum - Painting Fungi - Ambulance Station - Blues at Goodrich]
[Sons of the Delta - Shopmobility - Nature Watch]
[Classified Advertisements] [What's On?] [A to Z Site Map] [Property]

Topical Photography This Week

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Above: Wendy Meaford and Richard Glasspoole of the Mobile Museum, which is sponsored by the counties of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire, visited Ross-on-Wye on Friday, 28th October with an exhibition of the 'History of Hedgerows'. The exhibition showed how hedgerows have played a part in the development of the countryside.

Below: Children enjoy drawing fungi at the Heritage Centre on Friday.

Bottom: The Heritage Centre supporting guide dogs for the blind. Pictured with the guide dog are: Danielle Gabb, Sinead Gabb, Natalie Cottrell, Niamh Cottrell, Babies are Niamh Gabb and Andrew Cottrell.


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Keep Ross Ambulance Station Open Petition

Many hundreds of people signed a petition whilst shopping at Morrisons on Saturday to keep Ross Ambulance Station open. Birgit Norris of the Ambulance Service, who was at the store on Saturday said that in the first one and a half hours, over three hundred people had signed.

Birgit explained that ambulance drivers' local knowledge means a lot and that, although ambulances arriving from elsewhere would have satellite navigation on board, the driver himself knowing exactly where he is going can make a critical difference to arrival times and this can save lives.


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The Blues at Goodrich

May of this year saw the successful Wok 'n' Roll fund-raising evening, held in aid of Goodrich Music, the aim of which was to bring high quality live music to Goodrich.

As a result of Wok 'n' Roll, Goodrich Music have booked Paul Jones and Dave Kelly of The Blues Band, Radio 2 and Manfred Mann fame. Tickets have been made available to the people of Goodrich before going on public sale and to date, there are only a few remaining. The evening promises to be a feast of superb acoustic blues and is a real treat for Goodrich and Ross-on-Wye. Anybody wishing to purchase tickets will need to hurry as they are still selling fast.

Local trio, 'Trilemma' are very excited to be able to support Paul Jones and Dave Kelly, especially as this event follows some recent airplay of their music on BBC Hereford and Worcester.


Organizers at last May's Wok 'n' Roll event in Goodrich Village Hall. Ref: DSC_2648

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