This month The Narth & District Garden Club has Pam Singer from The Forest of Dean Tour Guides giving an illustrated talk on A Tale of Two Rivers – The Wistful Wye and the Savage Severn
The meeting is on Tuesday 28th March at 7.30pm for 8pm in The Village Hall
Wild daffodils in Manor Wood, Graham Agg
A social walk around some of our wonderful rights of way, organised by the Footpath Project team, celebrating how lucky we are to live in the middle of such beautiful countryside.
There is a choice of walks, researched and selected to show off some of our best natural assets, accompanied by the team who can point out spots of local interest and help identify some of the wildlife along the way. Continue reading
There has been a change of plan for the speaker at the March WI meeting. We now have Naylor Firth visiting us talking about ‘Monmouthshire Oddities‘. This should prove to be an interesting evening.
The meeting will take place at 7.30pm in the village hall on Tuesday 21st March. Visitors are welcome.
A special event at the hall this April
Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime
A gripping tale of love, honour, duty, fortune-telling and murder written by Oscar Wilde and performed by professional theatre company Rocket Theatre.
It’s a light black comedy, suitable for ages 11 and above.
Friday 7th April, 10.30am to 12 noon at The Narth Hall.
The Narth Village Hall is hosting a coffee morning in aid of The Ugandan Child Development Fund for local people to drop in and socialise with friends and neighbours while making money for a good cause.
The UCDF is a Christian charity (no 1016099) registered in 1992 by Narth residents Kate and Rev Phil Rees to rescue children (orphaned through war in Uganda) from destitution and severe poverty. After the war another massive number of children became orphaned through Aids and so the work of rescuing lost children continues.
Another key aim of the charity is to prepare these children for the world of work so that the cycle of poverty can be broken and give them hope for a brighter future.
Over 90% of the money raised by the charity goes directly to save the children as no UK Staff are paid and all visits to Uganda are self financed.
The coffee morning is hosted by Jane Brackstone and Sylvia Curphey and they would be very grateful for donations of cakes or raffle prizes. They can be contacted on;
- 860371 – Sylvia
- 860422 – Jane
There is more information on the UCDF in their annual report on the Charity Commission web site. (pdf file opens in separate window/tab)