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Issue No. 124 - 6th December 2006
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Christmas Lights of Ross-on-Wye 2006

Following last week's article which covered the official switch on of the Christmas lights at the market house, I took a trip around Ross-on-Wye town centre to photograph the scenic views on Saturday evening. Below are views of Broad Street, Gloucester Road, High Street, The Maltings and Ross Market.

Again, other than in the Maltings, where I used a much shorter exposure, the town appears like a ghost town even though the streets were busy due to the long exposures. Only those people in the streets who were standing still for the duration of the shots can be seen and the lights of passing traffic can be seen as trails.

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E & I Williams Concrete and Stone

As a free additional benefit to those local businesses supporting, every week Wyenot News chooses one local business at random to feature in the current issue of the weekly on-line news magazine.

E & I Williams is a small, third generation family firm which manufactures a range of quality concrete and cast stone products. The company began in 1952 and produces a wide variety of goods ranging from aesthetically pleasing items, such as an attractive new patio, to practical stone window sills and fence posts.

All of the products available at E & I Williams are manufactured on their premises, which is situated in a secluded, yet easily located position in the Wye Valley, an ideal central point if travelling from Cardiff, Birmingham, Bristol or Hereford, for instance. Derek and his sons also offer a delivery service, covering a wide area. . . . .

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E & I Williams, Doward Works, Symonds Yat, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR9 6DZ.
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