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Area: Herefordshire

'Life and Learning is the adult education arm of Hereford Cathedral, working to broaden understanding and debate in theology, social issues, and the arts. It offers a wide range of opportunities for study and learning, and for experiencing the Christian faith in many aspects. Open to all people, regardless of religious affiliation, it aims to be a forum for honesty and engagement.'

'We are the County Association for beekeeping in Herefordshire, affiliated to the British Beekeepers’ Association and the Midland and South-Western Counties Convention of Beekeepers. We are also affiliated to the National Honey Show and the Bee Diseases Insurance Ltd. We have a long history of helping local beekeepers. New exotic and indigenous pests and diseases seem to keep appearing and advice about how to deal with them is always useful. We have three LANs (Local Activity Network groups) which meet during the active beekeeping season at various apiaries. Each group has a local expert tutor – a great way for beginners to learn and to get help with problems. We have indoor meetings in the winter, bee safaris and an annual course for beginners.'

'Ledbury is a lively market town, close to the Malvern Hills AONB.  It is well-known for its black and white architecture, its wealth of independent shops and its pubs, restaurants and cafes serving delicious local produce. There are long and deep associations with local poets and poetry in Ledbury including Elizabeth Barrett Browning, John Masefield, The Dymock Poets: Lascelles Abercrombie, Rupert Brooke, John Drinkwater, Robert Frost, Wilfrid Gibbon and Edward Thomas.' Festival normally held Early July.

Category Booksellers

'Rossiter Books is a family run business that prides itself on being at the centre of the community. We have bookshops in Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye and Leominster. At Rossiter Books you can expect a friendly welcome, expert advice on books and an extremely high level of customer service. We also hold regularly author events and, outside of pandemics, run a regular monthly book group from each shop.'

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