Ross on Wye
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This afternoon a Otter was seen swimming in the River Wye out side Wilton Court , one of the guests staying here this weekend noted something swimming in the river, they thought it was a stick to begin with but then noticed it was moving against the current ,(they then took the below picture) it then pops out of the water onto the river bank then dived back in and disappeared, on speaking with the owners Helen and Roger Wynn it seems that they are not the only ones to comment on seeing the Otter, last year another resident mentioned that they had seen the Otter out and about, unfortunately we don’t know if its a pair but who knows. This shows that the river is getting a lot healthier and cleaner, which intern means fish stocks are on the increase. I doubt the fishermen are going to very pleased about this, but hey that’s wildlife for you.
Following last year’s sell out success, A Night on Broadway is back!
Featuring a hand picked 40+ orchestra and soloists, this one-off charity concert will explore Broadway and Hollywood musicals like never before. Continue reading
“For over 120 years Ballingham Hall has been home to the Watkins family, owners of Castle House Hotel in Hereford. A Grade II listed sandstone manor house with a fully working farm, the Hall’s kitchen garden grows much of the seasonal vegetables, herbs and fruit for the hotel’s menus.” Continue reading
With mezzo-soprano Kathryn Rudge
Hereford Cathedral Saturday 24th June 2017
Doors open 6.45pm. The concert starts at 7:30pm
Tickets £18.00/£15.00 (£1.50 booking fee per ticket) from the cathedral shop and online at www.herefordcathedral.org/events
All in aid of Hereford cathedral perpetual trust registered charity number: 1051168
Everything Fitz, or The Fitzgeralds to use their proper name, are two sisters and a brother with a knack for Canadian folk.
When they visit Richard’s Castle, near Ludlow, for this Arts Alive gig, they’ll be joined by fellow musician Kyle Waymouth on guitar, banjo and step-dancing. Continue reading
Yesterday our very own head chef Rachael Williams and Manager Stef Marshall received the “finalist” award on behalf of Roger and Helen and The Wilton Court. Roger and Helen transformed the beautiful Elizabethan building on the banks of the Wye with a complete refurbishment, including an intriguing collection of decorative curious and objects d’art collected by Helen and Roger from their time living and working in the far east. The result is an enchanting 11 bedroom riverside restaurant with rooms.
We are all very proud to of won another award from the Forester.
Eastnor Castle chili festival 2017 – Sunday 30th April- Monday 1st May
Stalls selling everything chili-chutneys, chocolate, cakes, wine, plants & much much more
Ludlow Spring festival- Saturday 13th-sunday 14th may
Like a beer festival but better. Take 200 real ales, combine 60 passionate, local food and drink producers, mix in toe tapping live music, over 180 spectacular classic cars what do you get… The Ludlow Spring Festival of course!
Monmouth Food Festival- Saturday 20th- Sunday 21st May
The draw this year is a chef’s theatre, where you can watch the best local talent whip up masterpieces. A producers Market with over 30 stalls representing the best of local food will send you home with full bags and tummy’s. The Monmouthshire youth service will once again be hosting the children’s corner. The Quarter promotes healthy alternatives to high fat and sugar snack food and drink as well as creating activities where young people can have fun.
Wednesday 3rd-Sunday 7th May
Join them for a 5 day celebration of music and listen to world-class artists perform, inspire local children and teach talented students from the best music colleagues in Britain.
- Piano- Christian Blackshaw
- Violyn- Maya Iwabuchi, Markus Daunert
- Viola- Mate Szcus
- Cello- Bruno Delepelaire
- Double Bass- Waldemar Schwiertz
The Hereford Cathedral school’s girls choir
The Courtyard, Hereford – Mystery, romance, comedy and tragedy – this colourful, musical show has it all!
Come and enjoy Gilbert and Sullivan’s greatest achievement, set in the historic Tower of London.
Don’t miss Hereford’s fantastic G&S company, winners of yet another ‘Best Production’ award!
From Wednesday 15 March until Saturday 18 March at 7.30 with a matinee on Saturday 18 at 2.30.
Tickets are available from the Courtyard box office on 01432 340555 or www.Courtyard.org.uk £16 for an adult, £16 under 16 and £5 under 14 years.
22nd-24th September 2017
15 glorious walks including the opportunity to take a river cruise, enjoy a cream tea or take a steam train ride.
see the programme and book your ticket(s) online at www.rosswalkingfestival.co.uk or call in at Rossiter books in either Ross or Monmouth
Sponsored by Wye Valley Brewery, PGL Travel Ltd, Herefordshire Walking Festival, Rossiter Books and Ross-on-Wye Town Council