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Wyenot News - The Weekly News Magazine for Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Issue No. 162 - Wednesday, 29th August 2007
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IN THIS ISSUE
Page 1 [Murphy keeping local people happy - Kingfishers on the Wye - Cricket Day in memory of Matt]
Page 2 [Carnival Extra family Fun Day - GCSE Success at JKHS - Peterstow Horticultural Show]
Page 3 [Border Counties Vintage Road Run - What's Happening in Ross This Week]

Page 4

[The Moby Bus - Zebras at the Prince - Happy Birthday Jay - Kempley Heritage - Two Ross Hotels Short Listed]
Page 5 [Ross Regatta - Readers' Letters - Wondrous Weaving - Strange Photo at St. Dubricius Church]
Page 6 [Bands in the Park - h.Art - Ross Lions - Door Knocking Campaign - Rugby - Weather Station]
Page 7 [Herefordshire County News]
Successful Road Run for Border Counties Vintage Club

The Border Counties Vintage Club held their third annual road run on Bank Holiday Monday, 27th August. A large procession of vintage vehicles were driven from the Yew Tree Inn at Peterstow to begin a journey through some of the beautiful Herefordshire countryside. The group stopped briefly for refreshments at the How Caple Grange Hotel, before continuing on their journey and returning to the Yew Tree at approximately 3 pm.

Organizer, Colin Davies of Colin's Tyrecare was extremely pleased with the turn out and is already looking forward to next year's event..


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What's Happening in Ross This Week?

On Thursday, 30th August Ross Library is hosting a 'Glitterbugs' activity session from 10:30am until 11:30 am for children aged between 4 and 12 years. Tickets for this event cost £1 and can be obtained by telephoning Ross Library on 01432 383280. Please note that children under the age of five must be accompanied by a parent or carer.

Solo artiste Paul Detheridge will providing the entertainment at the Hope & Anchor on Friday, 31st August. His performance will begin at approximately 8:30pm.

Broome Farm Cider Festival begins on Friday, 31st August and runs until Sunday 2nd September. This great annual event is growing increasingly popular as there is always fantastic food, a great bar and brilliant music throughout the festival.

On Friday, there will be a Grand Ceilidh with popular band 'The Poachers' calling the dances. A Ceilidh is always great fun and tickets for this one are just £5.

Saturday at Broome Farm gives you the chance to meet the cider makers and find out all about different ciders and their producers. There is some brilliant musical entertainment going on throughout the day. From 12 Noon until 3 pm there will be an informal acoustic music session, followed by 'Double Barrel' a popular local covers band. Fine folkers, Pete Miln and Dan James will also be performing at the festival. I am quite a fan of theirs and am quite looking forward to seeing them again. Later on 'Penal O Colony will be entertaining, after which the Supreme Awesome Dudes will delight with their brand of acoustic roots music. Tickets for Saturday are £5 between 12 Noon and 6 pm or 5 pm and 11pm and £7.50 for all day.

The entertainment at The Prince of Wales on Saturday will be provided by talented duo 'Trial By Fire' who have a terrific range of music covers, including some Pink Floyd. They will play from 9pm.

Back to Broome Farm on Sunday for the Farmers' Market and yet even more great musical entertainment, this time provided by the fantastic John Smith Band. Admission to Sunday's event is free.

Weekend tickets to Broome Farm's Cider Festival are available and there are camping facilities so you need not leave until the very end. For further information or to book tickets telephone 01989 562824 or email info@rosscider.com.

Have a good week!.



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