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Talk Community Hubs: Ross-on-Wye

A photo of the River Wye from Wilton Bridge in Ross-on-Wye

An exterior photo of Lea Village Hall

Lea Community Hub

Lea Village Hall, Lea, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 7JY
07718 065946 (before 6pm)

We are a very friendly, growing team, here to offer you guidance on how to find the services and facilities you need, both here in the village and in Herefordshire generally.  All discussions are confidential and aimed at giving you the information you need for your specific requirements.

Once Covid-19 restrictions allow, our hub will run on the first and last Wednesday of each month, alongside our monthly coffee mornings and lunch clubs, at Lea Village Hall.

To keep up to date with all the latest local news, take a look at The Chimes Online website or call us on 07718 065946 (before 6pm).

Ross Good Neighbours logo

Ross Good Neighbours

01989 313002

Ross Good Neighbours, run by Ross-on-Wye Community Development Trust, offer services, support, information and signposting for residents in Ross-on-Wye and the surrounding areas.  The services can include shopping, pet care, collecting prescriptions or library books and help with form filling.

Our hub is currently accessible via our telephone helpline, which is open every Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm, but you can leave a message 24/7 and a friendly volunteer will call you back.  Simply call 01989 313002 and select option 2 or alternatively, if you'd prefer, you can also e-mail us at

One of our friendly helpline volunteers...

A Ross Good Neighbours volunteer answering a call in her garden

The Talk Community Hub stall at Ross-on-Wye Community Garden

Ross-on-Wye Community Garden

Old Gloucester Road, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 5AA

Our free information stall is available every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, between 10:30am and 12pm, in our wonderful Community Garden.

Our friendly and helpful volunteers will be able to provide you with information and signposting to services, groups and activities in the local area or across the county, using the Talk Community Directory.

If you’d like to know more, don’t hesitate to e-mail us via or simply pop in and say hello!