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River Wye

River Wye Claim, "Speak Up" Roadshow

Want to learn more about the community's legal action to clean up the River Wye Pollution?

Multiple locations

The River Wye Claim team will be hitting the road throughout July to answer your questions about the claim against Avara Foods Limited for the industrial-scale pollution of the Wye Rivers. 

During the roadshow, we will be hosting a series of events and interactive sessions where you can: 

  • Have your questions answered and, if you wish to, sign up for the claim in person 

  • Hear talks from our team, local campaigning groups and clients of the claim 

  • Meet the team running the legal claim, as well as network with others who want to save the Wye 


Where and when? 

📍 Dingestow: Monday 8 July, Dingestow Village Hall (16:30 - 18:30). 
Talks start at 17:30 - drop in before.

📍 Hereford: Tuesday 9 July, The Left Bank Village (17:00 - 20:00).
Talks start at 18:30 - drop in before. 

📍 Goodrich: Wednesday 10 July, Goodrich Village Hall (17:00 - 20:00). 
Talks start at 18:30 - drop in before. 

📍 Leominster: Thursday 11 July, Grange Court at (17:30 - 20:30). 
Talks start at 18:30 - drop in before. 

📍 Hay-on-Wye: Friday 12 July, The Globe (17:00 - 20:00). 
Talks start at 18:30 - drop in before. 

📍 Rhayader: Saturday 13 July, The Lost Arc (14:00 - 16:30). 
Drop in for a free coffee and a chat. 

📍 Penybont: Sunday 14 July, Penybont & District Community Centre (12:00 - 16:00). 
Talks start at 14:00 - drop in before or after. 

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