This website, and the activities found here is a community collaboration. These are just some of the organisations that are involved.
The Wye Valley Learning Network is a collaboration of schools around Herefordshire that provide support for each other and work on joint projects. This is an example.
The Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership develops and publishes guidelines for the management of various aspects of the AONB. The AONB Unit coordinates initiatives required to implement the AONB Management Plan.
createROSS aims to encourage and improve all aspects of culture, music and art in Ross-on-Wye and South Herefordshire. Recent achievents include the Ross Reinvented Festival and establishment of the Museum Without Walls.
English Heritage is responsible for two nationally important sites in the lower Wye Valley, Goodrich Castle and Offa’s Dyke
St Mary’s Church, Ross-on-Wye, in many ways the birthplace of the Wye Tour, is hosting exhibitions and events associated with Giplin 2020+
Herefordshire Archives and Records Centre is housed in a state of the art building in Hereford.
Ross-on-Wye Photographic Society members are working with various organisations on different projects including exhibitions and school workshops.
Dronemaster Productions is a Hereford based company who are going to capture the drone footage for the schools project.
Made in Ross is a cooperative of local arts and crafts producers. Their work is on display to view and buy, everyday, upstairs in the town’s Market House.
Herefordshire Computing Support is a part of Herefordshire’s Learning and Achievement Service and supports primary schools throughout Herefordshire in the creative use of tech in learning.
Ross and District Civic Society is assisting with historical research and contributing through displays and exhibitions in and around Ross.