EnviroAbility News

Labels sponsor lunch

Ross Labels have come forward to offer to sponsor the community Christmas lunch, which is being organised by various local community groups. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 25th of December 2015

The new Bird Seed Project takes flight at EnviroAbility

A young man, Harvey Sayce, who has been producing his own bird seed for four years, approached EnviroAbility, the charity based in Ross-on-Wye, earlier this year, with the dream of opening up this idea for others to become involved in, and a local filmmaker, Sam Callen, has now stepped foward to produce a documentary about the project. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 16th of December 2015

Two prospective tenants come forward to apply for Old Chapel

Two separate and distinctive projects were proposed to make use of the Old Chapel in Cantilupe Road, Ross-on-Wye, at the Town Council meeting on Monday, November 9th. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 12th of November 2015

A carrier bag full of generousity

Dennis Humble and Paula Evans from EnviroAbility were pleased to meet Jackie Beizsley, manager of One Stop in Gloucester Road. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 7th of November 2015

House of Lords recognise work of the Basement Youth Trust

The work of a Ross-on-Wye charity, The Basement Youth Trust, is being recognised; there will be a reception at The House of Lords on November 25th, and Keith and Sue Wilding, the trustees, have each received an invitation to the ceremony. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 5th of November 2015

Planning a really big festive lunch

Plans are underway for a joint effort by several community interest groups in Ross-on-Wye, to put on a Christmas lunch on Christmas day for older and more vulnerable people to celebrate together. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 30th of October 2015

New scooter can travel further

A new volunteer at EnviroAbility has helped put a useful addition to the charity’s motorised scooters back on the road. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 10th of October 2015

Refurbishment creates great art at the skatepark

Lots has been going on at Ross Skate Park recently thanks to a partnership between Ross Town Council, EnviroAbility and The Basement Trust . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 13th of June 2014

Councillor sees ‘a different world’

Last Thursday Ross Town Councillor Andrew Atkinson took on the challenge of spending the day in a mobility scooter. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 12th of September 2013

Sir Grow-A-Lot awarded £95,000 to get local people growing their own food.

Simon Cutter, Cllr John Edwards, Anthony Lowther, Julie Tyler, the Major of Ross Cllr David Ravenscroft, George Thompson and Dennis Humble, gather to mark the first plough in the ground for the project

A PROJECT which will bring jobs and a new way for local people to grow their own food is sprout­ing thanks to lottery funding.  The community food project in Ross has been awarded nearly £95,000 in funding from Local Food, a £57.5 mil­lion programme supported by the Big Lottery Fund, which provides funding for projects work­ing to make local food more accessible and afford­able to communities. . . . read more

Published by The Ross Gazette on 21st of November 2012

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