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LINKS - some of our friends & acquaintances


Clicking on one of the links below will open the relevant site on a new tab. The links above-right show all of the main pages within this site other than the Speakers page (and its Technical Support offshoot), the Directions page, and the lead Gallery page. That last page leads to a number of 'photo pages', some of which show different areas of this beautiful part of the country, others of which were taken on various of the Club's Outings/Activities.

If there is a site you think we should include below, feel free to contact our Webmaster (or any other member of the Committee) and advise him of the relevant details and he will look into the matter. However, please note that we will not try to include every possible site of interest not least because, as shown below, there is already a village website which covers many sites that we might otherwise link to.

Our Facebook page This link will take you to our Facebook page.
General information on Probus Groups
wikipedia This link goes to
Probus Magazine The online version of this often-interesting magazine. A free copy of every issue is given to every Member of our Club. The online version requires you to register online before you can see various items, including lists of people who offer to speak at Probus Club meetings.
Speakers at Probus Meetings This link goes to
Ewyas Harold Village Website A site, which was launched just months before ours, that contains a lot of information about the village and its surrounding area, local events, local businesses, etc.. Because of this, we have managed to keep our own list of links reasonably modest.
Ewyas Harold Memorial Hall We have used the hall in the past for our Monthly Meetings and hope to continue to use it for some Special Events. The site contains some information that people who are new to the area may find useful.
Dore Abbey We are fortunate in having this fascinating abbey/church in the Golden Valley.
Dore Community Transport Our local transport support group (which includes some of our Members amongst its most active supporters).
Golden Valley Groups
www.GoldenValleyGroups.UK An initiative (run by one of our Members) that aims to help community-support groups in and around the Golden Valley.
U3A Ewyas Harold & District local U3A This link goes to which introduces our local 'University of the Third Age'.
Longtown History Society A nearby History Society that has an interesting programme of meetings & activities.
Blanche Parry Blanche Parry was 'a local girl' who became the companion and confidante of Queen Elizabeth I. This site reports on her life and also provides information on Bacton Church, Dore Abbey, and other items of local interest.