Hay on Wye, Wales Newswire

Hay on Wye, Wales Newswire

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  1. Hay-on-Wye charities receive a boost from a local supermarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Hereford Times

    LOCAL residents and Co-op, Hay -on-Wye have celebrated the announcement of a cash injection into the local community following the launch last September of the Co-op new membership scheme. Using the scheme customers who have swiped their membership cards have helped to gain a community donation to the tune of A 9913.19.


  2. House complete with library for 10,000 books on market near KingtonRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 16 | Ledbury Reporter

    And there is now a rare opportunity to make that dream come true, with a house near Kington up for sale - complete with a library with space for 10,000 books. It is the creation of Jane and Bill Moyle, who have amassed a collection of thousands of books over the last 12 years since moving to Llanarrow, in Huntington, near Kington.


  3. Love in the contemporary climateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 14 | Evesham Journal

    The organisation behind HowTheLightGetsIn will explore what is fast becoming modern life's most pressing question: how to develop meaningful relationships in a world that has left them behind - in a weekend of workshops and talks, entitled The Greatest Adventure, at The Globe in Hay . The meaning of love is changing.


  4. Leading Labour figures are coming to Hay on the first anniversary of the Brexit voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 12 | IcNetwork

    The public are invited to join Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer and Lord Kinnock as well as non-Labour experts for Brexit - A Year On Hay-on-Wye is well-known for its legendary books festival but on the June 23 weekend people who want to discuss Brexit will come to the area Will you mark the first anniversary of the Brexit referendum by popping celebratory champagne or mourning the prospect of the UK's departure from the European Union? Some of the most senior figures in the Labour party and other experts will converge on Hay-on-Wye to take stock of the consequences of the Brexit vote and look ahead to the historic chapter of change that now confronts the UK.


  5. Bookshop visited by author and illustratorRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 11 | West Sussex County Times

    A giant Jumperee burrow arranged by Penguin Books was installed and equipped with juice, homemade biscuits and all sorts of activities for children. Two actors from the Ministry of Fun were poised by the burrow and Malcolm Donaldson was armed with a script and guitar waiting to choose young performers.


  6. County men fly to Peru to help highlight rainforest plightRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 9 | Ledbury Reporter

    TWO men from Hereford flew out to Peru to raise the plight of the indigenous rainforest people battling against loggers, miners and oil prospectors. Dan Haworth-Salter, who lectures in film and photography at Hereford College of Arts, and Dr Malcolm Bell, an experienced expedition leader and planning consultant from Cusop, Hay -on-Wye plan to film a documentary of the indigenous people called the Wampis.


  7. North Wales birthplace of international women's group founder revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 8 | IcNorthWales

    Margarette Golding, who established the Inner Wheel, will be honoured in Blaenau Ffestiniog after new research showed she was born and raised in the Gwynedd town The Gwynedd birthplace of the founder of an international women's organisation is to honour her and her wish to foster peaceful co-operation and friendship between women of all nations. The Inner Wheel - closely linked to Rotary Clubs - was founded in 1924 by Margarette Golding, a nurse and businesswoman who was born and raised in Blaenau Ffestiniog under the surname of Owen.


  8. Queen rocker Brian May: 'Britain is obsessed with money'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 6 | Mail on Sunday

    'Mowgli girl' who walks on all fours and does not speak like a human is found living with monkeys in India BREAKING NEWS: House intel chief steps aside from Russia probe over ethics charges - which he brands a left-wing plot to smear him Human remains found in a Missouri field identified as those belonging to a 21-year-old woman who disappeared from a party last September as police continue to probe ID of another skull nearby which could be linked to her death From being crushed by a lift to falling to the bottom of the Mariana trench: Scientists reveal the five most grim and bizarre ways to DIE Father of Hawaii's 'Peter Boy' missing for 20 years pleads guilty to manslaughter in deal that demands he reveal location of his son's body PICTURED: Mel B shares a smile with stunning German nanny during Ibiza 'holiday from hell' just six weeks before she sacked her EXCLUSIVE - 'She wants to ... (more)


  9. Brian May: World is going to pot, including money-obsessed BritainRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 6 | Ballymoney and Moyle Times

    The rock star, who has previously said the UK's vote to leave the EU was based on "lies", hit out at politicians for not caring about the poor, sick or animals. Speaking ahead of the release of a new album with West End actress Kerry Ellis, Brian told the Press Association: "I think the world is going to pot, including this country."


  10. Stephen Fry, Graham Norton and Sandi Toksvig join the line-up for Hay FestivalRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 4 | Ballymoney and Moyle Times

    Stephen Fry, Graham Norton and Sandi Toksvig will take the stage to share their thoughts on the world's bigger questions at this year's Hay Festival. The 30th annual event invites writers and thinkers from around the world to share their ideas and expertise on everything from science and technology to art and film.


  11. Want to take your dog on holiday? These are the hotels you needaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 4 | Horse and Hound

    Are you one of those people who loves going on holiday, but can't bear leaving your dog behind? Know the feeling. But don't worry - take him with you.


  12. Independence celebrations could become annual eventRead the original story

    Monday Apr 3 | Evesham Journal

    Hundreds of people from across the world gathered in the border town last weekend to mark 40 years since Richard Booth declared Hay-on-Wye an Independent Kingdom and appointed himself as King. Over 100 people took part in a celebration procession on Saturday through the town and joined hundreds more for a ceremony in the town square.


  13. Watercolour success for local artistRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 3 | Hereford Times

    Hay -on-Wye based artist Veronica Guest has for a third time been selected from a record number of entries to appear in an exhibition including some of Britain's leading watercolour painters. This year 1,000 works were submitted to the exhibition.


  14. Britain's summer festivals pack weekends full of more than just musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 2 | The Globe and Mail

    I woke up in a damp tent with two snoring friends and a blow-up dinosaur wedged between us. I could hear laughter and shouting, the crackle of beer cans being opened at lunchtime.


  15. Water way to go. Roads could be built all across the Bishop's Meadow if the Wye is re-routed.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 1 | Ledbury Reporter

    The results of the consultation to reroute the River Wye through the Golden Valley to solve Hereford's chronic traffic problems are in! And they show that the whole idea was an elaborate hoax dreamed up by a mischievous reporter hidden away on Holmer Road. So it is that the only rerouting in the city of recent memory is the failed Widemarsh Street experiment - and that's the way we would like it to remain.


  16. The scene of the accident on Newmarket Street in Hereford yesterday. Photo: Charlie EdwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 31 | Evesham Journal

    THE driver who first spotted a man stuck underneath a lorry in Hereford yesterday said a culmination of luck prevented a horrible tragedy. Danny Thomas was returning home to Hay -on-Wye when he saw what he thought was a red rag or pillow behind the larger vehicle's front wheels on Newmarket Street.


  17. Warwick brings more success for champion jockey JohnsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 31 | Stratford Herald

    Deauville Crystal clears the last in the 188BET St Mary's Lands 4YO Fillies' Handicap Hurdle. Photo: David Pratt CHAMPION jockey Richard Johnson took up where he left off at the last meeting when Longtown brought up his 173rd winner of the campaign in the opening race at Warwick's 188Bet Raceday on Thursday, writes David Hucker .


  18. Natwest in Hay-on-Wye is due to be closed in October. Picture: Google MapsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 29 | Hereford Times

    A SHOP owner has predicted long queues for cashpoints if a popular tourist town is left with only one bank. Natwest has revealed plans to close its Hay -on-Wye branch from October leaving only Barclays left in the border town.


  19. Headline Acts Revealed For Wrexham Carnival of WordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 27 | Wrexham.com News

    Author of the award-winning novel Chocolat Joanne Harris and historical fiction writer Ben Kane will be the headline acts at Wrexham Glyndwr University when it hosts a third annual literary festival. Three events are taking place at the university for this year's Wrexham Carnival of Words, including appearances by both of the best-selling authors and a bilingual presentation from Wrexham-based author Aled Lewis Evans.


  20. Geraldine Like, who took over the family business from her father Christopher GibbonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 25 | Ledbury Reporter

    C.J.Gibbons Family Butchers, which has been in Hay -on-Wye for 33 years, has bought new retail space on Castle Street, just a few doors down from its current shop. The premises will undergo a refurbishment and the space will be used to expand the product range available to customers, as well as incorporate a deli and bakery area.