appear to be looking up for the future of Tudorville Youth
Centre. Since it was announced that Herefordshire Council
had deemed the building 'no longer fit for purpose' the
residents of Tudorville have put in a bid for an asset transfer
so that they can turn the defunct building into Tudorville
and District Community Centre, a centre that will benefit
those living in Tudorville and beyond. We are informed that
plans for the transfer are going well and that the committee
are now in the process of applying for charitable status.
course, the repairs and refurbishment of the centre will
cost a lot of money and the committee and the community
as a whole have sprung into action and many fund-raising
events enjoying excellent results have been held. The latest
of these was a football tournament which was organized by
local men Tom Cutter and Phil Ravenhill and was held in
the field at Ross Rowing Club.
were eight teams taking part in the tournament, which was
very generously sponsored by local businesses and trophies
and medals were presented to the winners, 'United Colours
of Hereford and Leeds' and the runners up, the Manc Legends.
The tournament was well supported by many local families
and those too young to enjoy the matches had great fun on
the bouncy castles.