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Rope Walk Playground Refurbishment
Rope Walk Playground Refurbishment

Designs and Tenders are invited for Phase 1 of the refurbishment of the Rope Walk Playground.
This will be to replace the existing playground with exciting equipment for toddlers up to 7 year olds. We hope to follow on with Phase 2 and 3 (junior playground and adults gym equipment in due course.
Interested contractors can apply through the government's contracts finder: https://www.contractsfinder.service.gov.uk/Notice/12409a8c-e59f-4ad7-9bda-ae19473c4f0c

Office Closure - Thursday 20th February
Office Closure - Thursday 20th February
Please note that the Town Council office will be closed on Thursday 20th February for staff training.
Neighbourhood Development Plan
Neighbourhood Development Plan
Neighbourhood Development Plan
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Welcome to the official website of Ross-on-Wye Town Council

The Neighbourhood Development Plan

The referendum for the Neighbourhood Development Plan will be on 2nd April. Please access the Plan on this website (see link at left), in our office during opening hours, or in the Library during its opening hours.

A short summary of the 'headline' content of the plan is available here.
Ross-on-Wye

The Town Council is committed to:
    • promoting a prosperous and improving town;

    • providing services and amenities that benefit both residents and visitors; and

    • working collectively and individually to serve best the interests of the town.
Within the website, it is hoped that you will find all the information you need to understand the work of the Town Council and its aims and objectives.

Emergency Co-ordinator
The Council has appointed Cllr Daniel Lister as Parish Resilience Officer.
He can be contacted in an emergency (e.g. flooding) on 07557 658442.


Herefordshire Council's out-of-hours team can be contacted on the following numbers for urgent queries:
Protect an adult: 0330 123 9309
Protect a child: 01905 768020
Civil Emergencies: 01432 260000
Problems on roads or highways: 01432 261800
Homelessness, housing harassment or eviction: 01432 260000

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Ross-on-Wye, a Walkers are Welcome Town
Ross-on-Wye, in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Ross-on-Wye Town Council has declared a ‘Climate Emergency’.
Ross-on-Wye, the Birthplace of Tourism
Ross-on-Wye, Freedom granted to the Rifles Regiment