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    • Most local buses are run by Stagecoach West centred at a depot on London Road with connections to Cheltenham, Stroud and Ross-on-Wye as well as other smaller communities.Gloucester-Wikipedia
    • There are canoe centres at The Boat House, Glasbury-on-Wye (in Powys, Wales), the Hereford Youth Service and Kerne Bridge in Ross-on-Wye, as well as rowing clubs in Hereford and Ross-on-Wye.Herefordshire-Wikipedia
    • The nearby Ross-on-Wye weather station shows average daily maximum temperatures ranging from 7.3 °C in January to 22.0 °C in July, with 1504 hours of sunshine per year, and an average annual rainfall of 706 mm.Monmouth-Wikipedia
    • The M50 motorway (Tewkesbury to Ross-on-Wye), also known as the Ross Spur to the south is accessed at junction 1 on the A38 road between Tewkesbury and Malvern.Malvern, Worcestershire-Wikipedia
    • Ralphs and Tippins had been in a local Hereford band the Buddies, and Watts had been in a local Ross-on-Wye band the Soulents with Dale "Buffin" Griffin on drums.Mott the Hoople-Wikipedia
    • Annual regattas are held at Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth for rowers and scullers of all abilities, next to the local rowing club.River Wye-Wikipedia

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