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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This year, the annual Ross Town Carnival is on Saturday the 2nd of August. We have loads to do for all the family, you can watch the colourful procession, take part in one if the many competitions or just soak up the Carnival atmosphere on the Historic streets of Ross or the stalls on the Ropewalk field. We have the opportunity of prizes to be won if you enter the procession;our very own ‘Ross’s Got Talent Show’; Children’s Colouring Competition…Find out more »
Cattle, sheep, horses, art and crafts, food, vintage tractors, amusements and more Fun for all the family Also this year , Britain’s got talent Bolddog Lings FMX TeamFind out more »
Celebrate all things beer with our family friendly local real ale week-end. There are local ales and ciders from some of the best local producers. Live music, barbecue food and games on the lawn. Open daily from 11.00 am until 4.00 pm.Find out more »
Come and enjoy the afternoon Ukelele Tea Party at Sellack Village Hall on Saturday the 2nd of August. With a guest appearance by The G Strings ukelele band. Teas, coffees, sandwiches and cakes are all included in the price and you can ‘bring a bottle’ of plonk with you if you wish! Be sure to be there at 14:00hrs to make the most of it. Entrance fee £10.00. Call or email Babs to book your ticket in advance on 01989…Find out more »
The third annual Salter’s Hill music festival will take place at Court Farm, Aylton (HR8 2RQ) on the 2nd August 2014 from 4.00 pm until late. This year there is an eclectic mix of local bands ranging from acoustic, country, folk and rock. Gates open at 4 pm and with the bands performing undercover and with plenty of room to enjoy the music inside or outside, this is an ideal venue to cater for all our summer weather! In addition…Find out more »
All aboard the Jolly Roger! Fasten your lifebelts for a fast and frenzied journey back to your childhood. Heartbreak’s enthralling adaptation of the iconic classic Peter Pan guarantees audiences an enchanting experience full of magic, laughter and excitement. Set in the magical setting of the moated manor house of Lower Brockhampton. Booking essential. Either on line or ring 0844 249 1895. Adult £12; Concession £10; Child £6; Family (2 adults & 3 children) £40.Find out more »
Scarecrow Sunday is a fun family event which includes Lunches, refreshments, scarecrow trail, games, stalls, flower festival, music recitals, family dog trials, children’s fancy dress and so on. The theme of the Scarecrow event is ‘Literary Characters’, the Fancy Dress theme is children’s’ literary characters, prizes for the fancy dress will be vouchers for Aardvark Books. Brampton Bryan.Find out more »
Join Jon the Flying Potter from Eastnor Pottery for some fun and creative workshops throughout the day. Make you own fantastic clay creations.Find out more »
Concert commemorating The Great War 1914 – 1918 BISYOC annual international youth orchestral exchange programme completes its 11 day residency in Ludlow with a performance by the rising stars of Europe’s young musicians. Bringing together 85 instrumentalists, 11 countries, 60 local singers they will perform: Vaughan Williams: Dirge for Two Veterans from Dona Nobis Pacem Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem Mussorgsky/Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition. Tickets available from Fletcher’s Newsagents or online at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/277886 Donation from proceeds to be given to…Find out more »
Ross Remembers 100 Years since the Outbreak of WWI – 2 Minute Silence Ross-on-Wye Royal British Legion will be leading a 2 minutes silence at Ross Market House on Monday 4th August at 11am. This is part of the Ross Remembers 100 Group Commemorations of World War One, to mark the exact date that the “War to end all Wars” started. The war itself didn’t start officially until 11 pm that evening, but to enable people of all ages and…Find out more »