EnviroAbility News

Spread our Wings flies into Ross store

A business set up to help wild birds as well as those with disabilities is going from strength to strength. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 2nd of February 2018

Ross community groups working together

The 2017 Christmas meal for the elderly and members of the community that would be alone on Christmas Day was made possible once again by the Ross-on-Wye Lions Club and EnviroAbility. The day was great success for thoe who helped prepare 70 meals, including 12 home deliveries to those who were unable to make it to the Larruperz Centre. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 22nd of January 2018

Plans in hand for festive lunch at the Larruperz Centre

Plans are well underway for the annual Ross-on-Wye Christmas Lunch on Christmas Day for older and more vulnerable people to celebrate together. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 21st of December 2017

Ross-on-Wye charity appeals for large furniture

Local charity, EnviroAbility, is looking for more donations of larger, pre-loved furniture. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 6th of December 2017

Ross Horizon Centre opens its doors

An Open Day to welcome adults with learning difficulties, who used to attend the Ryefield Centre, to a new day centre in Ross-on-Wye, was a great success. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 1st of December 2017

Christmas dinner preparations underway for annual event in Ross-on-Wye

Once more several of the organisations in Ross which help the elderly or vulnerable are coming together to ensure that everyone can enjoy a delicious Christmas dinner with company. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 7th of November 2017

Bottle top collections resume in Ross-on-Wye

Ross residents can once again take their plastic milk bottle tops to EnviroAbility, to help raise funds for Guide Dogs for the Blind. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 2nd of September 2017

Volunteers create wonderful 40th anniversary carnival

The 40th anniversary of the Ross Carnival was another success for the stalwart band of volunteers who spend all year encouraging local people to take part in the procession, or join in with activities on the carnival field. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 16th of August 2017

Learning about English culture from Ross-on-Wye

About four weeks ago, a 16-year-old French student, Thomas Fouqueray, left home and took two trains, a taxi and a boat, by himself, before arriving in England. Ever since, he has been staying with local families in Ross-on-Wye, to help to improve his English and gain unforgettable work experience. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 4th of August 2017

Table tennis an option thanks to former Mayor of Ross-on-Wye

Lovers of table tennis can now play the game at Ross-on-Wye tennis club. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 15th of June 2017

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