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Described in 1972 by Maxwell Fraser in his book, 'Welsh Border Country' as 'one of those perfect English towns which are unsurpassable in their friendly atmosphere and old-world charm', Ross is beautifully situated overlooking the river. Notice all the boats in the foreground.

Other Memories from Ross-on-Wye

I remember having spent a few years of my childhood as an evacuee in a place called lea. The address was 4 cross cottages eccels wall lea. My sister also was with me there, it was the most memorable time of my life. The lady we lived with and her Daughter Kitty was very very kind to us. I believe Kitty worked at a store called George masons in Ross on Wye. I remember walking with other children (who also lived at ...see more

Added 31 January 2015

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