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Wyenot News - The Weekly News Magazine for Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Issue No. 142 - 11th April 2007
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[Important Note - Aerial Ross - part one, Wilton - part two, Tudorville]
[Aerial Ross - part three, Ross Town - Lions Charity Walk - Aerial Ross - part four - gas pipeline]
[Cross Keys Festival - Easter Bonnets - Open Air Easter Service - Letters]
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Ross from a Helicopter: Part Three - Ross Town

Heading back out across the river, we then headed for the Town Centre. The photos show the Royal Hotel and Church and the Market House, Broad Street, High Street and Gloucester Road.

I did of course take many more -possibly better photos of this area but I have not had time to process them yet as I am, again, running very late with this week's news.


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Ross Market House. Ref: DSC_9920

The Town Centre. Ref: DSC_9921

Ross Lions 'Ross Round' Charity Walk

Why not wake up bright and early on Sunday morning 15th April and join in the Ross Lions charity walk? Monies raised at this event will be split between Acorns Childrens' Hospice and the Lions' fund for their local charities, 75% and 25% respectively.

The walk begins at 9 am from the riverside opposite the bandstand. There are various lengths of walk choose from, ranging from four miles long to eighteen miles. For further information about the walks, there is an article on page three of the 21st February issue of Wyenot News.

If you would like to take part in this event or you would like to offer sponsorship, please contact either Lion Keith Wilding on 01989 562145 or Acorns representative Fran Winterbourne on 01386 554848.



Ross from a Helicopter: Part Four - The Controversial Gas Pipe Line

As can be seen, this is a considerable blot on the landscape and the mountain of pipes yet to be laid along the track is huge!


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