Gallery 54 - Ross on..
Contemporary abstract art, ceramics and glassware
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Fun, adventure, and personal growth in the Great Outdoors
The Cleeve in the Forest of Dean
Stunning C17th manor on the southern fringe of Ross on Wye.
Surrounded by fields and orchards, approached via a private road, the epitome of tranquility, just 10 minutes from the M50 motorway.
If you love to walk, the woods and river are on the doorstep, or if you prefer stroll up to town on the John Kyrle Walk.
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Ross on Wye
Nearby ShopsThe town is known for its antique shops, market square with its market hall and large number of public houses.
The 700 year old parish church of St. Mary's is the town's most prominent landmark and its tall pointed spire is visible when approaching the town from all directions. The church holds several distinctive tombs, one of which – that of a certain William Rudhall (d.1530) – is one of the last great alabaster sculptures from the specialist masons of Nottingham, whose work was prized across medieval Europe. Another tomb is of John Kyrle, a prominent figure in 18th century Ross, whose name is now given to the town's secondary school.