is lots to do in and around Ross-on-Wye this week, not least
the White Lion Real Ale and Cider Festival, beginning on
Friday, 22nd June and ending on Sunday, 24th.
beginning on Friday and running until Saturday 30th June
is the Phoenix Theatre's production of Frank Marcus's comedy,
'The Killing of Sister George.' I have seen the film starring
Beryl Reid and Suzannah York several times and really enjoyed
I'm sure that those of you who go to see the talented Ross
thespians will enjoy their production.
23rd is quite an eventful day. The beautiful gardens of
Aston Ingham are open to the public for the weekend between
the hours of 1:30 and 5:30 pm. The aim is to raise funds
for Acorns Childrens' Hospice, Pound Farm and Forest of
Dean Cancer Care at Home.
in Marstow' is taking place at Brelston Green near to St.
Matthew's Church from 7 pm. The music will provided by 'Intrigue'
a band who have performed at many well known venues including
the Café Royale and the NEC. The organizers are hoping
to raise a good sum for St. Michael's Hospice and St. Matthew's.
Saturday evening at the Old Court Hotel, Whitchurch, local
band Bob's Full House will be performing their great range
of cover songs with their usual brand of humour. This event
begins at 8 pm. At 9 pm The Zebras will be playing at The
Prince of Wales. If you miss them on Saturday don't worry.
They will be playing at the White Lion Festival on Sunday
between 6 pm and 9 pm too.
will be lots of fun things happening at Goodrich School
on Sunday, 24th. They are holding a novelty pet show and
Summer Follys. If you want to enter your pet, you need to
book in by 1:30 pm as the judging begins at 2 pm.
but by no means least on the weekends agenda is Lydbrook
Silver Band who will be performing at the bandstand in the
Caroline Symonds Gardens from 2 pm.
further details of these events and others, please visit
on? page of Wyenot.com.