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Ross-on-Wye

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Ross-on-Wye is a small market town (population 10,000), located on the river Wye in the English county of Herefordshire. Ross-on-Wye is probably best known as a virbrant centre for the English antique trade, hosting a twice-weekly antique market and featuring a number of antique stores in the town. Each year, the town also plays host to the increasingly prominent Ross-on-Wye International Festival, attracting many big names in entertainment.

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The spire of St. Mary's Church
  • The Parish Church of St Mary's - over 700 years old with a prominent spire visible for miles around

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  • Yaks n Yetis
  • Zam Zam
  • Burger Star

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  • Hope and Anchor
  • Crown and Sceptor
  • Wetherspoons

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