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Issue No. 76 [Back Issues]
28th December 2005

This Week - [Christmas Lunch at the Ryefield Centre - That Was 2005 - Ross Soldier in Pakistan]
[Boxing Day Rugby - More Folk 'n' Jazz at the Hope]
[Ross Majorettes - Topical Photography - Letters]
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Fancy Becoming a Majorette?

Ross Phoenix Majorettes are currently looking for new members to join their team who have competed and done extremely well at International level.

They need boys and girls aged between eight and sixteen to join their very successful troupe. You will learn military marching, twirling, dance and pom-pom routines and will also learn the discipline, confidence and team spirit that is at the heart of Ross Phoenix.

Why not go along and see the Majorettes at a training session which take place on Wednesdays from January 4th at the Larruperz Centre. For further information telephone Tracie Cox on 01594 823 227.


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Topical Photography

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Above: Sally Webb is presented with a Christmas turkey by Steve Taylor of Cornwall's Butchers. Every year, Cornwall's donate a turkey to the Ross Gazette, which is won by a reader in a Gazette competition.

Below: Jeronimo Maeso-Castrillon shows his Spanish speaking class at the Larruperz Centre a traditional Spanish Christmas crib.

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Above: Staff member, Stewart White and residents, Colin Jones and Jack Haley proudly pose in front of the window, beautifully decorated by residents at the Chestnuts Retirement Home.

Below: Gracie Rose Hartley and her mum Tammy, Grandmother Sue and next door neighbour Daisy say "Hello" to Santa as he makes his way around the streets of Ross-on-Wye collecting money on behalf of the Ross Round Table. The money collected will be donated to the 'Wye' ward of Hereford Hospital, which specializes in damaged joints.

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Below: Somerfield Managers, Frederick Blake and Mike Wood take their turn at pedalling during twelve hour Bike Marathon in aid of Acorns' Children's Hospice on Friday, 23rd December.


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Letters

Hi Alan,

I was just browsing the net looking for Tony Rivers and Castaways sites when your Wyenot News online site popped up and reminded me that I haven’t been in contact for ages. I hope all is well with you and family. I’m really surprised at how much info is still available regarding bands of some thirty years standing. Tony Rivers has now moved to Spain and, I guess, retired but knowing Tony he will find some way of getting involved with music. I had hoped to go down to Essex earlier this year to do a reunion gig with a bunch of friends from the “old days”. Unfortunately our lead singer/rhythm guitarist and lifelong friend Cliff Early died just after Xmas so it all got knocked on the head. In the meantime all is well here in Devon and we can now get back onto the roads again after the snow. I still have my recording studio in the attic and when I get time between troubleshooting computers I do a bit of recording. Thanks for the mention on the site.

Best regards,
Graham Scott
(ex lead guitar Castaways and Tremeloes)


Dear Alan,

Just to let you know that your news is greatly appreciated, it keeps me in touch with Ross and the surrounding area. We lived at Lea from 1968 - 2000 and then at Sellack until September 2001 when we moved to West Cork, Ireland.
I am a bit of an amateur photographer myself, this is where I live now.

Seasons Greetings.
Karen Millward.

Two of Karen's photographs can be seen below. West Cork looks beautiful!


Photograph sent in by Karen Millward.

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