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Wyenot News - The Weekly News Magazine for Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Issue No. 201 - Wednesday, 4th June 2008
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Page 1 [WNTV NEWS - Roman foundations discovered in Ross - Lorry crash at Walford - Griff stops for coffee]
Page 2 [Sorcery and Seduction, Opera Scenes in the Barn - Let us know what you think]
Page 3 [Two cycle to John O'Groats - Nature Photography - Fridge Door Caberet - Jesse plays chess - Letters]

Page 4

[Laura's Photos - Mark is 50 - Goodrich gardens - Saturday Music - Mum wins nappies - Public Notices - Weather]
Page 5 [Young take their cue from the police and the rest of the news from around Herefordshire]
Sorcery and Seduction
Opera Scenes in the Barn

Apart from being a very successful cider farm, Broome farm is rapidly becoming known as a brilliant venue for entertainment. Anything from ceilidhs, folk nights and blues nights have been regularly held here and on Sunday a classical concert entitled 'Sorcery and Seduction' was organized by local soprano Clementine Lovell, baritone, Nick Morris and pianist Anna Channon.

The brilliantly executed programme had something to please everyone, from favourite arias to Shakespeare songs. There was a good mix of love, seduction and comedy and everybody thoroughly enjoyed the concert, the proceeds of which are going to Acorns Childrens' Hospice.

You can see some of this great concert in this week's WNTV News programme.

Anna Channon, Nick Morris and Clementine Lovell before the concert. Ref: DSC_5281

Nick, Anna and Clementine. Ref: DSC_5288

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Clemmy and Anna taking a peek at the audience. Ref: DSC_0721

Taking a well earned bow. Ref: DSC_5057
'The Halt' Self Catering, Homs Road, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. Broome Farm B & B and Restaurant, Peterstow.
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A friend of mine invited me to join 'Facebook' about a year ago. I joined just to keep him happy really. However, I did not log into the account until about a month ago, leaving it laying dormant until my brother also sent me the same request. I took a second look and discovered that it really is quite a useful application for keeping in touch with friends and family - providing you 'ignore' the more spammy of the applications.

Tina joined in a week later and set up an account, so now we keep in touch with what all those people we are friends with but never seem to get the time to keep in touch with by email or see as often as we would like, using the 'What are you doing now?' feature. We both find it quite useful, knowing what is going on with distant family members and what our friends are up to.

We also realized that 'Facebook' might be a useful tool in finding out what you actually think of 'Wyenot News' and 'WNTV' - a place where you can let us know what you would like to see.

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