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Wyenot News - The Weekly News Magazine for Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Issue No. 144 - 25th April 2007
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CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK PART FIVE - ROSS AND GREYTREE

Following last week's 'Download Your House' aerial photos, I had a few people tell me they could not see the Greytree area very well so I have done the best I can to correct this situation in this section, as well as covering the view over town from above the river.

Sorry - I have placed the 'Three Crosses' label too high in the second down and noticed it too late.

Having had enquiries about 'Angry Policeman Street' and 'Viagra Cresent'. Think about it. 'Angry Policeman Street' is actually called 'Copse Cross Street'. 'Viagra Cresent', I did for a joke, just to wind Tina up: 'You can't publish that!' But then I forgot to remove it.

These photos are absolutely the best I can do for Greytree at the moment, I'm afraid. They are not brilliant. What would have been the best one was taken into the sun and with my striped tee shirt and shorts reflecting back badly in the helicopter screen.

Image One: Wye Street to Town
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Image Two: Ledbury Road to North Greytree
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Image Three: Ledbury Road to Greytree
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Image Four: Greytree, Overross and The Dingle
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Theft of Pressure Washer

A Kinzo power washer worth 99 was stolen from the Focus DIY store in Overross, Ross-on-Wye, when it was thrown over a security fence and loaded into a car. The incident happened at about 2.50pm on Saturday, 14th April and was witnessed by a member of the public who alerted store security. Two young males were seen to drive away along the A449 in a blue Peugeot 306.

Police would like to trace the member of the public who alerted store security or anyone else who may have witnessed the incident. They should contact PC Mike Evans at Ross-on-Wye Police Station on 08457 444888, quoting ref: 494-s-140407.



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PART SIX 'CASTLES FROM THE AIR'

Here are some views each of two of the local medieval castles. Wilton Castle (top) has recently been renovated by owners Alan and Sue Parslow along with English Heritage and on the day of the fly by was holding an open day.

Goodrich Castle is open to the public all year round.

Image One: Wilton Castle
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Image Two: Wilton Castle
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Image Three: Goodrich Castle
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Image Four: Goodrich Castle
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Motorcycle Stolen

A red and white Honda CBR1000 motorcycle was stolen from New Street between 8pm on Saturday, 14th April and 7.30am the next day. The motorbike was later found abandoned in Greytree Road, underneath the bypass bridge. Its ignition had been tampered with and a wing mirror and front mudguard broken off.

Police would like to hear from anyone who may have seen the bike being stolen or ridden around the area that night.

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Mike Evans at Ross-on-Wye Police Station on 08457 444888, quoting ref: 200-s-150407.



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