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Issue No. 141 - 4th April 2007
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A decade at the Heritage Centre

Ross Heritage Centre is celebrating 10 years of exhibitions and events on 14th April 2007. To mark this very special occasion, the centre are putting on various displays to cover a selection of the nearly 100 exhibitions they have held during that time.

The exhibition opened on Tuesday 13th March and will run until Tuesday 8th May. To mark the actual anniversary of opening the doors to the public and to give people of all ages the chance to have a good look at the exhibition, there will be an open house with tea and coffee on Saturday 14th April from 10.30am to 12pm. It is hoped as many people as possible will be able to come along to discuss their favourite exhibitions from the past, as well as what they would like to see in the future.

It will also be the 50th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's visit to Ross-on-Wye on 24th April. There is currently a special display of the photographs that were taken on that historic day. Pictured below, Mary and Sue hold the original Heritage Centre plaque commemorating the royal visit.

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JKHS Students on the Isle of Aran

A group of sixth form students from the John Kyrle High School recently went on a week long biology field trip to the Isle of Aran. The students were studying marine life around the island and they were given variety of tasks to complete including measuring limpets and seaweed.

One of the students, Kirsty Priest very kindly took one of our cameras along to take some photographs for us and a fuller report on the trip will be published in next week's issue of Wyenot News. Thank you Kirsty.

The students take their lunch break on the beach. Ref: P3290032

Measuring limpets in a rock pool. Ref: P3260013

Seals rolling around on the rocks. Ref: P3270021

Andy M at The Prince of Wales

Andy M provided Saturday evening's entertainment at The Prince of Wales. Andy sang a whole range of covers, from the Dean Martin era right through to the Kaiser Chiefs and went down very well with the audience.

Andy M sings whilst wife, Rayna takes control of the desk. Ref: DSC_9634

Rayna and friends show the audience the right moves. Ref: DSC_5760

This coming Saturday, 7th April The Zebras will be performing at the Prince of Wales. We are really looking forward to it. I can't remember if I've mentioned them before, but they are a really great band and I will definitely be leaving the car at home on Saturday!

Mine's a Jack Daniel's - with ice, Paul. Just put the ice in the bottle.


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