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News from Hay Cheese Market We are how half way through delivering the community activities side of the project. We have worked on some fantastic activities with local groups including the Hay Festival Scribblers, Hay Youth Club, Llanigon Young Farmers Club and all the pupils at Hay Primary School. There is lots more exciting work to come, including designing a series of historical walks around Hay and writing copy and sourcing pictures about the history of the building to put on the information display panels that will be hung inside the old Market Hall. Meanwhile, plans are well underway for the first Hay History Weekend this September, 7th-8th. The programme, being put together by members of Hay History Group, includes

a family history quiz about Hay, film screenings, a pop up museum and guided historical walks. On the building side of the project, structural repair work is due to begin this autumn. The building tender contract will be organised via Hook Masons Architects in Hereford. Any building companies interested in submitting a tender should contact Hook Masons before end July. To find out more follow us on facebook.com/ HayCheeseMarket, follow the history group on twitter @HayHistoryGroup or email clare@cheesemarket.org

Wyeside Tree & Garden Care

• Tree Surgery• Paths & Patios • Chainsaw Work • Walls Raked out & Re-Pointed • Hedge Cutting • Mini Digger & Dumper Work • Strimming • Landscaping • Grass Cutting • Painting & Decorating • All Garden Maintenance • Sheds & Greenhouse Erected Contact: David Arrowsmith Tel: 01497 821 874 To advertise in Wye Local please call Clare: 07811 961983 or email: clare@wyelocalco.uk - 22 -

Wye Local issue 81 / July 2013  
Wye Local issue 81 / July 2013  

Welcome to our July '13 issue of Wye Local - the community magazine for Hay on Wye, Talgarth and the surrounding villages.

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