EnviroAbility News

Precept stays the same for Ross Rural

Ross Rural Parish Council has also bought daffodil bulbs for the verge by Hildersley roundabout and they have been planted by the Can Do Crew, part of Enviroability. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 28th of January 2010

Can Do Rescue Squad save Margaret from the cold

When Margaret Ashby of Lea Villa Park in Lea just outside Ross ran out of coal she was facing a few very cold and bleak days in her mobile home because she could not get a delivery due to the icy conditions. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 13th of January 2010

Using up the blue boxes

EnviroAbility wishes to assure people that they are welcome to make use of their now defunct blue boxes, but if anyone wishes to get rid of them they can take them to the coalyard Recycling office next to Morrisons. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 11th of November 2009

Town Council supports Walkers are Welcome bid

The recent announcement that the EnviroAbility ’Can do Crew’ will be working on footpath problems fits in very well with this and the Steering Group and local walking groups will be liaising with Dennis Humble, of the ’Can do Crew’ and the Town Council to make sure the paths in Ross are clear of obstructions. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 3rd of June 2009

Improvements on the cards at the Ryefield Centre

EnviroAbility and the CAB are just some of the groups which use the Ryefield Centre which is also home to the Children’s Centre. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 24th of February 2009

EnviroAbility launches Re-Threads

Re-threads, a textile recycling scheme, is the latest project for Ross-based charity EnviroAbility. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 9th of February 2009

Town history mosaic

A new mosaic celebrating the history of Ross, with John Kyrle at its centre, will be displayed outside Ross Library, when it has been refurbished, thanks to a grant from Awards for All. EnviroAbility, a multi-award-winning charity supporting people with learning disabilities is celebrating the grant of £5,924 to create the community mosaic which will involve people of all ages. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 26th of January 2009

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