EnviroAbility News

We all want to Spread Our Wings!

Weʼre raising £5,000 to give disabled people a chance to get out and about,so they can learn new skills and meet new people. We all want to Spread Our Wings! . . . read more

Published by EnviroAbility on 16th of September 2016

Tweety Treats team appeal for the community’s support

The team at EnviroAbility have launched a crowd funding website, to help their bird seed project, ‘Tweety Treats’ take flight. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 2nd of September 2016

Turn your plastic milk bottle tops into funds for a local charity

Many people may not realise that their plastic milk bottle tops cannot be recycled with other plastics by Herefordshire Council, but they can be recycled and converted into funds for charities. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 25th of August 2016

A Ross-on-Wye team effort to help children at a West African school

Whilst on holiday in Guinea, in 2014, Ross residents Carol and Adrian Soble had the opportunity to visit the Jubilee School in Conakry, Guinea, to see how education in the poor West African country compared to the facilities that Herefordshire children enjoy. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 7th of July 2016

Councillors debate awarding a Ross-on-Wye charity a £750 grant

An application of a £750 grant from EnviroAbility was questioned by members of Ross-on-Wye Town Council at their meeting on Monday, June 13th. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 16th of June 2016

Good news for trade recyclers in Ross-on-Wye

There is some good news for businesses who recycle their waste through the Ross-on-Wye based charity, EnviroAbility. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 1st of June 2016

End for the EnviroAbility trade recycling scheme in Ross-on-Wye?

The news that EnviroAbility is stopping the recycling collection service it offers to local businesses has been met with dismay. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 26th of May 2016

The bird seed team spread their wings in Ross-on-Wye

Members of the Ross-on-Wye community have helped to take the Bird Seed Project to the next stage. Mike Bailey has thought of a catchy name for the bird seed, produced, grown and made in Herefordshire. The new name is ‘Tweety Treats’. Liz Boynton has also designed a logo. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 14th of May 2016

Ross-on-Wye apprentice is shortlisted to be a Community Champ

Victoria Stuart, a business administration apprentice, based at EnviroAbility and with the Association of Ross Traders, has been nominated for a Community Champions Award. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 17th of April 2016

The Bird Seed Project needs help from creative residents in Ross-on-Wye

The team at EnviroAbility, a Ross-on-Wye based charity, are asking local residents to get creative and get involved in one of their projects. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 17th of April 2016

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