These are some links to local organisations.
Friends of St Mary’s Church
The Friends of St Mary's is a fund raising organisation who not only preserve St. Mary's Church but to help to build on the legacy by
reinterpreting and remodeling where appropriate.
The Friends of St Mary's is a secular organisation, independent from the church and its council and all monies raised by the Friends
comes from regular giving and from fund raising events. It is the aim of the Friends of St Mary’s not only to preserve the Church but to build on its legacy by reinterpreting and remodeling, where appropriate, to provide for Ross in the 21st Century a building
that is once more appropriate for our time but which also retains the best of the past.
This is important, challenging and costly work which needs to involve the whole local community.
Ross-on-Wye Town Band
Ross Town Band is a non-contesting band, first formed in 1924, whos aim is to provide entertainment for the people in and around the town.
The band plays regularly at local events and at various locations around the town.
For more details of how to join them, book them or where to see them, please see their website.
Ross-on-Wye and District Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber's job is to be close to its membership, listen to what they say and then act upon it.
- To promote, advance and protect the trading and industrial interests of Ross-on-Wye and District.
- To co-operate with the Ross Town Council, the Hereford and Worcester Chamber of Commerce, Herefordshire Council and the Herefordshire Partnership in all matters relating to the industrial and commercial welfare of the Town and District.
- To bring to the attention of the authorities the considered opinions and recommendations of the Members of the Chamber.
Ross Science Society
The Ross Science Society exists to further the interest in science within the community by providing a forum for talks, lectures, discussions and courses on science topics.
The society's lectures focus on the science behind the important issues behind the subject matter and they meet in the Ryefield Centre on the first Wednesday of each month.
Linton & District History Society
Whether your interest in history is personal, academic or just a more general desire to find out how our forefathers lived, the Linton and District History
Society offers a friendly welcome and helpful advice.
For more details please contact the chairman, Mrs. Lee Hines, Ford House, Ford Lane, Kilcot, Newent, Glos GL18 1NW, tel: 01989 720262, email: email@example.com
Ross Arts Appreciation Society
The society meet in the Larruperz first Friday of each month.
For more details please contact Jan Falkiner (Society secretary) on 01989 720 539
Upton Bishop Parish
Upton Bishop Parish is located in the South Eastern corner of Herefordshire near Ross-on-Wye, close to the M50 and A40.
The parish embraces the settlements of Crow Hill, Phocle Green, Tanhouse, Tedgewood, Upton Bishop, and Upton Crews.
The village of Upton Bishop is recorded in the Domesday Book within the Bromsash Hundred as Upton Episcopi, owned by the
Canons of Hereford i.e. the Bishop's Upper Town. The record includes seven Hides paying tax; in Lordship two ploughs:
eighteen villagers, eleven smallholders, two Boors and a priest. The inclusion of a priest in the record suggests a
settled population and the possible existence of a place of worship at that time.
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