you able to help Munro?
need a little help please. During last half term, at the
end of May, my three children and I were on our way from
visiting one of my sisters in Leicester to the other sister
in Cardigan and we stopped off in Ross on Wye for a one
night stay. We stayed in the Kings Head ( what a lovely
place ) and wandered down the high street looking for somewhere
to eat. On the spur of the moment we went into Yaks and
Yetis, sat on the floor and ate amazing food in the best
atmosphere ever. One night became two and so on. By the
end of the week, Ross on Wye and its' people, had sold itself
to us, we voted and decided we had to live there/here.
never got to Cardigan that week and we've been back to stay
in Ross three more times since then. We've sold our house
here in Exeter, and have had an offer accepted for a house
in Ross. The children have all got places in school (one
in John Kyrle High and two in Ashfield Primary, but it looks
as though completion wont take place until mid to end of
September and we need to be in Ross before term starts.
is where we need some help please. We need accommodation
for a few weeks. Me, male 56, one daughter 14, one son 10,
daughter 7, and our collie 9 ( if absolutely necessary,
a friend has offered to look after our dog).
are also looking for a secure store for our belongings.
I particularly need somewhere to store my tools and general
equipment and as the place we're buying has no garage, that
may be on a longer term. If anyone can help with any of
what we're looking for then we would be most grateful. We
are looking forward to staying in the Kings Head again for
the carnival next weekend and could meet anyone then.
I am happy for my e mail address to be published and my
mobile phone number, but if you think that unwise then could
contact through your newspaper be arranged? 07974 210001
Fraser and family.
you are able to help Munro please call on: 07974 210001
or email: munrofraser at blueyonder.co.uk
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traders who have taken part this year in the Ross-in-Bloom
Window Dressing Competitions have now been assessed and
the marks are in. Look
out for the certificates in windows during the next few
results are as follows:
Silver Gilt Westlea.
Silver Gilt Parkfields Gallery and Essential Sewing.
Silver Grandma Peggy, Hallmark Cards, Ruby Tuesday and Halcyon
Bronze Like's and Edinburgh Woollen Mill.
would like to thank everyone for taking part, showing a
pride in their town by entering this competition.