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Wyenot News - The weekly News Magazine for Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Issue No. 118 - 25th October 2006
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Creepy Crawlies Invade Ross Library

Children enjoyed the company of snails, spiders, millipedes and snakes at Ross Library during the half term holiday when Emma Southcott of 'Educational Displays' visited with her 'Zoo Lab' show.

Willing children and squeamish parents were able to hold the likes of, Brian, the snail, Toady, the toad and Tango, the corn snake as well as a millipede, cockroach and guinea pig. They were also able to view a large tarantula, however, due to possible allergic reactions, this creature was only handled by Emma.


The children gather round to see 'Fatso' the guinea pig. DSC_7651

Having just moved to Ross-on-Wye Connor holds Brian, the snail. DSC_7599

Lewis with Toady, the toad. DSC_7603

Abigail willingly holds a cockroach. DSC_7607

Emma Southcott showing the children a large tarantula. DSC_7618

Brave mum, Freer and her children, Emily, William and Anna hold the large millipede. DSC_7633

Kiera with Tango, the corn snake. DSC_7634

Josh with Fatso, the guinea pig. DSC_7647

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Architectural Ironmongery

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The partnership of Roger Arnold and Richard Oakley was first established in 1971 as a joinery business. Due to its success, the business extended its range of products to include ironmongery in 1980. In 1985, Roger and Richard decided to concentrate on the mail order aspect of the partnership and in 2003, 'Arnold and Oakley' became 'Architectural Ironmongery Ltd.'

Architectural Ironmongery's extensive range of products are made from a wide range of high quality materials, including flat black, hand forged and black antique iron. All of their iron products are made of malleable iron rather than cast iron as it is more durable and does not break. Products are also available in chrome, brass, pewter and porcelain . . .

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