is what the web should be . . .
I just thought I'd write and say what a nice friendly website
you are running. My wife and I are thinking of selling our
London home and down-sizing to somewhere nice - that's how
I bumped into your site. Ross
looks like it might fit the bill.
is the first time I have ever written to a site this and
I've been on the web since '95. Wyenot.com is what the web
should be like.
you for that, Geoff. I hope you manage to find somewhere
locally and if you do move to the area, please introduce
Fish Bar . . .
just wanted to thank you for reminding me about Audrey's
Fish Bar in the Wyenot News recently. You do tend to forget
about it, living the other side of town, but the detour
round the houses is most certainly worth it, as you say.
have been there after my last three Spanish lessons in Hereford
(I can say hola and adios - don't laugh), and not only is
the food superior, it is nice not to be served by spotty
teenagers who can barely speak to you.
the subject, it was really good news to hear about Matt's
wellbeing - fingers crossed!
missed Tudorville Chippy myself this week as I had been
invited to dine at the Royal with Ross Rotary Club to see
how things work as I am their guest speaker next week. It
was a lovely meal but I'm already suffering the TC withdrawal
symptoms - weight loss, constant hunger pangs and a craving
for curry sauce. Can you get the patches on the NHS?
Tudorville Chippy mismo esta semana pues a me habían invitado
que cenara en el real con El Club Rotatorio de Ross para
ver cómo las cosas trabajan pues soy su locutor de la huésped
la semana próxima. Era una comida encantadora pero estoy
sufriendo ya los síntomas del retiro del TC - cargue la
pérdida, punzadas constantes del hambre y anhelar para la
salsa de curry. ¿Puede usted conseguir Los remiendos en
PS. I cheated and used Babel Fish.
Arthur's Cave . . .
I was delighted in having discovered images of the Biblins
suspension bridge when I remembered King Arthur's Cave and
discovered your photos and text.
have no theories about forest lights but just had to contact
you since my brothers, sister and I used to roam the woods
and caves on the Great Doward back in the late 50's and
early 60's when visiting our grandfather.
children, of course, we found much that felt mysterious,
but we never did find Excalibur.
you Stephen. King Arthur's cave was one of the very first
places I decided to cover photographically when planning
to build 'Wyenot' back in May 2000 and as such, has memories
for me of visiting regularly at all times of day and night
with my sons and daughter. It's a great place to visit at
night, especially if you like bats.
looking for local historian . . .
there anyone local who has a knowledge of the history of
Ross? This year is the 100th anniversary of the Scout Association
and I would like someone to come and tell the Cubs about
how Ross would have been when Scouting started in 1907.
map of the area at the time would also be useful, we could
then look round the town at what is still in existence and
what is new.
you are able to help, please contact Akela [Robin Shaw]
on 01989 762876
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