Woolhope is a village and civil parish in the English county of Herefordshire. The population of the civil parish was at the census. Woolhope is located about 7 miles east of Hereford , sat atop the 'Woolhope Dome', a region of particular geological interest; and near Haugh Wood, a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to its varied flora and fauna. The manor of Woolhope in Herefordshire , along with three others, was given to the cathedral at Hereford before the Norman Conquest by the benefactresses Wulviva and Lady Godiva , local Anglo-Saxon landowners before the Norman takeover of the region.
Ledbury Amateur Dramatic Society produce book celebrating 80 years
Author Brian Hudson with LADS chairman David Coker standing in front of the wall tiles which were sold in to help raise money to build the new theatre. To mark the occasion a book has been produced telling the remarkable story of its journey from performing in a Second World War Nissan Hut to building and running the purpose built Market Theatre of today. Included within the volume are the trials and tribulations of leasing premises from the Church Army, how the legendary pantomimes began and how the society might have folded after a disastrous fire.
To reflect the number of performances of pantomime offered by Amateur companies across the UK, we are now including a listing of shows. If you have any other details or news, please email us on info its-behind-you. Please note that any links are purely reciprocal and not necessarily recommended. Little Red Riding Hood. Frodsham Panto Group.