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Wyenot News - The Weekly News Magazine for Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Issue No. 215 - Wednesday, 10th September 2008
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IN THIS ISSUE
Page 1 [WNTV NEWS - Ross-under-Wye from the air - Wyenot News Potters Bar Reunion 2008!]
Page 2 [Water levels as seen from the ground - Symonds Yat from the Air - CRASBO works for Ross teenager]
Page 3 [Sneak preview from Symonds Yat - I can see my house from here - Heritage Open Days Weekend]

Page 4

[Fight for Tudorville Post Office - Tewkesbury and Upton Floods from the air - Celebrating 100th Anniversary of T.A.]
Page 5 [Local Landslides - SK8 - Sponsors - Cotswold Ferrari - Letters - Viv and Jeff - Legion parade - Schools and more]
Page 6 [Fatal accident near Tarrington and the rest of the news from around the region]
How the water levels rose, as seen from the ground

Friday morning. Ref: DSC_0910

Saturday mornng. Ref: DSC_0918

My usual level guage is just visible on Saturday morning. Ref: DSC_0919

Saturday morning looking towards the White Lion. Ref: DSC_7207

Sunday morning. Ref: DSC_0921

Sunday evening - a view from the Ross bypass. Ref: DSC_0926

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Rose Cottage Tea Garden, Symonds Yat.

River Wye Flooding Between Ross and Symonds Yat
Aerial Views

The large loop in the river between Kerne Bridge and Symonds yat. Ref: DSC_5925

Kerne Bridge. Ref: DSC_5927

Kerne Bridge and the Inn on the Wye. Ref: DSC_5930

Symonds Yat East. Ref: DSC_5932

The Sareson's Head, Rose Cottage and Garth Cottage, Symonds Yat East. Ref: DSC_5935

Symonds Yat West to the left of the river. Ref: DSC_5948

Goodrich Castle. Ref: DSC_5968

Trees in the flood water between Symonds Yat and Monmouth. Ref: DSC_5975

CRASBO Works for Ross Teenager

A Criminal Antisocial Behaviour Order, (CRASBO) issued by a Herefordshire court this year appears to be having a beneficial effect on one Ross teenager.

On 17th June 2008, police were successful in obtaining a CRASBO on 16 year old Brett Parker, of Springfield Road, Ross, following his commission of several disorder offences in and around the South Herefordshire town. The conditions imposed on him by the 2 year order prohibited him from:
entering Ross town centre (the official 'no-drinking in public zone') between 6pm and 6am unless directly supervised by his mother or with the prior permission of West Mercia Constabulary
not to use threatening words or behaviour to anyone likely to be caused alarm, harassment or distress
not to throw objects, missiles or debris at anyone, cause damage or injure anyone or encourage anyone else to do so not to consume or be in possession of alcohol in a public place.

However, since that time, his turn around has been described as remarkable by police. PC Mark Murphy, Ross Town's Local Policing Officer, said, 'I have been very impressed with the change in Brett's behaviour since the CRASBO came into place. He has been very well behaved and, with our assistance, has been able to take local youngsters to nearby tennis courts to undertake sports activities with them.

The CRASBO has had a most beneficial effect on the lad by making him focus on what he wants out life. These orders are designed to stop people engaging is such behaviour. In this case, he has not only stopped but turned a corner. Brett is very keen on joining the military as soon as possible and now sees that his former behaviour would have prevented that.'

Although the CRASBO remains in force until June 2010, police are hopeful that the order will now be somewhat academic.

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