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Wyenot News - The Weekly News Magazine for Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Issue No. 157 - Wednesday, 25th July 2007
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IN THIS ISSUE
Page 1 [Flowers in the Flower]
Page 2 [WNTV: River Levels filmed over the weekend - Around and about during the flood]
Page 3 [Bands in the Park Cancelled - Fair Weather Boys! - Flood may effect siting of carnival]

Page 4

[Suzuki at Brampton - Personal Flood Account - Animal Encounters - Happy 21st, Vanessa - Barrs Court Auction]
Page 5 [Nice weather for ducks at the Hope & Anchor]
Page 6 [Irresponsible Idiot! - Rivers no place to play - Cut off at the Yat - In the pink - Lord Lucan - Roper Family Entertains]
Page 7 [What's happening in Ross this week? - Readers' Flood photos]
Page 8 [Wyenot News carbon Neutral - Buckingham Palace - Wanted by Police - Nature watch - Donations for Romania]
Page 9 [Crime in Ross - Sunday's river shots]
Page 10 [By Popular Demand - Mock Weddings - Permit scheme relaxed - Drop in - Recycled cycles - Cash - Weather]
Page 11 [News from around Herefordshire]
Man Needs Hospital Treatment After Assault

Between the hours of 1 am and 1:40 am on Sunday, 15th July, two men who had recently left the King Charles II public house became involved in an altercation with one another. This verbal exchange led to one of the men being punched several times, leaving him with facial injuries that required hospital treatment. A twenty two year old man was subsequently arrested in connection with the assault and has been released on bail.

Police are appealing for witnesses to this assault to come forward. Anybody with any information regarding this incident is asked to contact PC Gareth Thomas at Ross Police Station by telephoning 08457 444888, quoting ref: 110-s-150707.



More River Wye shots on Sunday

Bailey, the White Lion pet feels the cold after taking a swim. DSC_2212

The flood waters are a novelty for some . . .DSC_2093

. . . and loss of business for others. This was one of many hay bales which floated under Wilton Bridge on Sunday. DSC_2117

One way of navigating Wye Street. DSC_2252

A wet car in the Hope & Anchor car park. DSC_1920

The usual Homs Road fountain. DSC_1879

Newspapers Stolen From Brampton Store

Bundles of newspapers and magazines are repeatedly being stolen from outside Brampton Store during the early hours of the morning.

On each occasion, the lock to the secure area to which the papers are normally delivered has been tampered with to prevent it from being opened. This forces the delivery drivers to leave the papers outside the shop, from where they have been subsequently stolen.

These thefts have occurred on a number of occasions, causing considerable problems for the proprietors, who provide the area with a convenient service. The papers will have been stolen between the hours of 5:30 am and 7 am.

Anybody who has seen suspicious activity in the area during the early hours of the morning or has any information that could help the police with their enquiries are urged to contact PC Emma Terry at Ross-on-Wye Police Station on 08457 444888, quoting ref: 72-s-110707.



Keep Your Milk Money Safe

A series of thefts of money left out for the local milkman has been taking place in Ross-on-Wye recently. The areas concerned are Three Crosses Road, Brampton Road, Sixth Avenue and Second Avenue, Greytree.

These thefts are not the only problem that the milkman has been faced with lately, as thieves have also been taking the milk he has delivered from people's' doorsteps. These seemingly petty acts are resulting in a drop in customers for the milkman.

Police are advising householders not to leave amounts of cash outside, but to make more secure arrangements for payment. Police believe that the thieves probably live locally and would like to hear from anybody who may have information about these crimes. If you can help, please contact the Hereford Public Service Desk on 08457 444888, quoting ref: 99-s-130707.



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