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Issue No. 92 [Back Issues]
19th April 2006

This Week - [Great Crested Newt - Churches Together for Easter - A Bird in the Hand]
[Well Done Ross RFC! - Digital Listening Post - Ross Town Band - Locks off for Macmillan - Rare Baroque Passion]
[Photographic Society Exhibition - Topical Photography - Ryefield Centre Computer Courses]
[150 Years at Llangrove Church - Letters - Opinion - Archive Ross-on-Wye - Nature Watch - Rugby]
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Ross Photographic Society Annual Exhibition

Ross Photographic Society is currently holding its annual exhibition in the Dennis Potter Room at Ross Library and I went along to their opening night on Wednesday, 12th April to photograph the members and exhibitors. Pictured below are Society members Brian Griffiths, Ralph Charlton, Alan Stringer ARPS, Keith Sharples, Matthew Clayton, Barbara Nash, Ian Binns, Anthea Binns, Martyn Duggan, Helen Floyd, Graham Floyd and Roger Irwin. Graham, Helen and Roger can also be seen below with their excellent displays at the exhibition.

The exhibition runs until 29th April and is free to visit during library opening hours, so why not call in and view some of the great photography on display.


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Topical Photography

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Above: Bride Emily Parsons and bridesmaids, Emma Roberts, Natalie Powles and Lauran Kiddy at this year's Wedding Show at the Chase Hotel on Easter Sunday.

Below: Mary Powell draws the winning raffle ticket at Barnardo's in Ross on Saturday, 15th April.


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Computer Courses at the Ryefield Centre

Computer courses continue to be in demand in Ross-on-Wye. Run by Holme Lacy College at the Ryefield Centre, the courses begin on Monday, 24th April.

This Spring, the college has successfully trained nearly sixty people in Ross, in both beginners and intermediate courses. In April the college is offering Intermediate Word Processing, Keeping in Touch, Desk Top Publishing and Computers and Pictures.

The Keeping in Touch course is designed for those who want to use email either for business or to keep in touch with family and friends. Added to this the course includes use of digital photography, helping you not only to master the art of using a digital camera but also sharing the photographs by email.

Desk Top Publishing is for those who have acquired good computer skills and now want to create leaflets, cards, posters, newsletters and to make their own stationery.

For those who wish to explore digital photography in more detail, the college is offering a a Computers and Pictures course. The course concentrates on effective photography and editing photographs in different programmes.

Courses provide a real benefit to the community. If you would like to improve on your computer skills, the courses provide training in a relaxed atmosphere with easy access and parking. Funded by Herefordshire Council's Adult Learning Development Unit, the courses are open to anyone and are free to those on benefits. For further details and an application form, please ring the Enterprise Department at Holme Lacy College on 01432 870029.


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