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1. Large men wearing rugby shirts that are too tight for comfort – theirs and yours.
And stubbornly continuing to wear them long after the weather’s turned wintry two days later....

This sir -

Ledbury Reporter: 10 signs that summer's on the way in Herefordshire

Does not go into this -

Ledbury Reporter: 10 signs that summer's on the way in Herefordshire

2. Only one thing worse than that –  taking the shirt off completely..No you’re not God’s gift

3. Women  who think they’ve ‘got it’ – but don’t actually ‘have it’ wearing shorts that are seconds away from being lost forever, or skinny lads who think they look like a Chippendale – walking round with their tough-looking dog and their  top off.

Ledbury Reporter: 10 signs that summer's on the way in Herefordshire

4. Hay-on-Wye (below)  becomes little London - or in other words, the centre of the universe -  as festival season draws upon us.

Ledbury Reporter: Book lovers ready for Hay Festival

 

5. All the ‘characters’ are out on Castle Green getting sunburnt,  while on Cathedral Close students gather and guitars and picnics come out..


6. B&Q Hereford : War breaks out over the last paddling pool, and in Sainsbury’s it’s a fight to the death over the last sausage....

Ledbury Reporter: 10 signs that summer's on the way in Herefordshire

 

 

7. Ice cream van at the Victoria Bridge....

Ledbury Reporter: 10 signs that summer's on the way in Herefordshire


8. Rivers become so shallow the Environment Agency has to rescue stranded fish.

Ledbury Reporter: Fish are rescued from low waters in the Teme.


9. You will not get a seat at Coffee Cart in High Town for love or money.

Ledbury Reporter: 10 signs that summer's on the way in Herefordshire


10. You have to sit your kids down and give them the inevitable annual lecture on not going in the river – e.g.  Leominster’s ‘Blue Lagoon’(a murky green pool), or swimming in quarries – because every year people risk their lives doing just that.

 

Ledbury Reporter: 10 signs that summer's on the way in Herefordshire