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30 December 2011
Monmouth raft race
This year’s Monmouth Raft Race raised more than £20,000 for charity.
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16 December 2011
Monmouth needs backup bridge
CALLS have been made for a new bridge to be built over the River Wye into Monmouth.
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14 December 2011
River Wye trow barge replica to be built
A replica of a historic cargo barge is being built as part of Herefordshire's celebrations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
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13 December 2011
The Pub, the Museum and the Angling Club
Following months of wrangling between The Portobello Inn, Worcester, and Hereford Museum and Portobello Angling Club, a 37lb pike was returned to the museum this week.
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17 November 2011
Hay Festival's Winter Weekend
The Hay Festival Winter Weekend runs from Friday, December 2 to Sunday, December 4 with a programme of family friendly events to provide a relaxing fun-filled weekend.
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10 November 2011
46th Annual Staging of the Monmouth Raft Race
Organisers say the 46th annual staging of the Monmouth Raft Race is heading towards being one of the most successful ever in terms of cash raised. The annual River Wye race, organised by Monmouth Rotary Club, saw a bumper flotilla of rafts take to the waters in September.
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7 November 2011
Wye Valley AONB Youth Ranger Taster Day
A group of youngsters keen to become the first intake of Wye Valley AONB Youth Rangers attended a taster day.
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28 October 2011
Two men rescued from River Wye in Hereford
Two men had a lucky escape this morning after being rescued from the River Wye in Hereford.
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13 October 2011
Restoration work by Wye at the Weir Gardens
Vital work is taking place at The Weir Gardens in Swainshill after a wall gave way above the River Wye.
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7 October 2011
New Guide to the Wye Valley Walk
The Wye Valley Walk book profiles the 136 mile walk that follows the beautiful valley of the River Wye from the mouth of the river at Chepstow to the slopes of Plynlimon.


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