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Issue No. 68 [Back Issues]
1st November 2005

This Week - [Alton Road and Waterside Flood - Potters Bar Invitation 2005 - Wild Play in Tudorville]
[The Devil's Name Is Dave - EnviroAbility Volunteer]
[Mobile Museum - Painting Fungi - Ambulance Station - Blues at Goodrich]
[Sons of the Delta - Shopmobility - Nature Watch]
[Classified Advertisements] [What's On?] [A to Z Site Map]
[Property]

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Above: Gloucestershire Blues Duo, 'Sons of the Delta' gave another brilliant performance at the Hope & Anchor on Friday evening, 28th October. Mark Cole and Rick Edwards are successful 'Blues Matters' recording artists and their latest album, 'One For The Road' is available from the Sons of the Delta web site, where the duo can also be heard. Being a once or twice per year drinker, I don't usually go out of a Friday night these days but Mark is an old friend of mine from the bad old days, when I worked at 'the office'.

Below: Promoting Shopmobility and the need for the Ross-on-Wye project to succeed, Karen Attwood was at the Market House on Friday. Karen, who has been disabled for ten years with a back injury was pointing out that there are no Shopmobility facilities as yet in Ross.


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Ross-on-Wye Nature Watch

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Above and below: an ancient Wych Elm tree on the Wye Valley Walk at Walford. The ancient coppiced tree, with a girth of over seven feet was recorded by Peter Barley, who is pictured below with fellow volunteer tree surveyors, Paul Knifton and Colin Last whilst surveying his designated Ordnance Survey square, looking for old elm trees.

Ancient elms are very rare in this country as most died or had to be felled due to the spread of Dutch Elm Disease.


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