Exciting, in every senseWe’ve got a breadth of performances, activities and events to excite every passion and awaken every sense.
For your eyes and ears, you’ll find a host of regular performance art including music, comedy and theatre. If you prefer something more hands-on try an arts and crafts session - such as a potters wheel workshop. Our many country gardens will give your sense of smell a floral treat. Then there’s the Flavours of Herefordshire Festival which really is the icing on the cake for foodies.
You can find out what’s happening, when and where, during your stay by searching our What’s On calendar.
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An astro photo or observing camp in the rural, beautiful Golden Valley of Herefordshire. The ticket fees are £25.00 for the weekend or the one night, there is just a flat fee of £25.00 per person. There is a village hall that I have hired and a very large car park for caravans, I am afraid there are no electric hook ups, although there is electricity in the village hall. I have also rented a large field from a neighbouring…Find out more »
Ever wondered why Morris dancers seem to be having such fun? Ever thought that you’d like a go? Jenny Pipes Morris are holding a free taster evening on Thursday September 25th at Stoke Prior Village Hal, near Leominster from 8pm. Jenny pipes Morris has been called ‘Herefordshire’s Most entertaining Women’s Morris Side’ so why not come along, have a go and enjoy some homemade cakes too! More information on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/261947317262285/Find out more »
Back by popular demand is the talented botanical artist Helen Campbell who, since her last workshop with us, has been awarded a much-valued RHS Silver Medal. In this class Helen will show how to paint a winter plant or flower which could then be made into a greeting card or framed picture. helencampbellart.co.uk Ticket includes coffee, all materials and a two-course lunch £35Find out more »
3 days of walking around Ross-on-Wye. A selection of walks to suit all. You can see some of the ideas on our programme page which include the following activites to give participants another dimension to the walking experience: A walk and forest bicycle ride A walk and a paddle down the Wye in a canoe A walk and a forest steam train ride A walk and a lunch cruise on the river In addition we will have plenty of normal…Find out more »
Welcome to the Sixth Ross-on-Wye Walking Festival Friday 26th to Sunday 28th September 2014 A varied and interesting programme of 15 walks, all based around our wonderfully scenic and interesting area of Ross-on-Wye. Strolls, leg-stretchers, cycle, boat and train trips all included – and not forgetting the new tradition of the ‘Last Cream Tea of Summer’! Take a look at our programme: http://rosswalkingfestival.co.uk/prog.html and book on-lineFind out more »
The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning has become the Macmillan charity’s biggest fundraising event when people across the UK hold a coffee morning and donations are made to Macmillan. In 2013, 154,000 people signed up, raising a record £20million. We are asking people to come along to Castle House and to BRING A CAKE to sell so we can raise even more money for this worthwhile charity. coffee.macmillan.org.uk Entrance by donation suggested minimum £5Find out more »
Spend a relaxing weekend making pots on the potter’s wheel. The therapeutic benefits of working with soft clay on the potter’s wheel are well documented. Participants often leave the studio on Sunday afternoon feeling totally de-stressed and with an overwhelming sense of well-being. “I feel like I’ve spent a weekend at a health farm!” commented a recent punter. Small friendly groups and eight electric potter’s wheels ensure plenty of individual attention and guidance. You will explore a whole range of…Find out more »
Spend the day ‘throwing’ pots on the potter’s wheel. Ever yearned to go ‘hands on’ with a potter’s wheel…or maybe you need to fine tune your technique? Whatever your experience, beginner or improver, this is the course for you. Small friendly groups and eight electric potter’s wheels ensure plenty of individual attention and guidance. Participants are consistently amazed at what they achieve in a day!Find out more »
Concert to be given by Hereford Police Male Choir with soloists to include Emma Powell from Kington. This is the Choir’s last performance before they sing with a thousand voices at the London Festival of Welsh Male Voice Choirs at The Royal Albert Hall. An unmissable opportunity to hear an award winning Male Voice Choir.Find out more »