The Footpath Project’s first walk in April was very popular so we are inviting everyone to join us again on Sunday 15th October for a social Autumn walk through the woodlands and countryside around the village
There is a choice of walks starting at the village hall:
Have your say about the hall, our activities, plans and future direction
Doors open 7 pm for 7.30 start
All residents are invited and encouraged to come along
Refreshments will be served – free tea, coffee, nibbles; no charge for the first wine/beer
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Six Footpath Project volunteers worked with the Monmouthshire CC Public Rights of Way Team on our third working group day of the year to build and install a boardwalk on the “Stepping Stones” public footpath which crosses the Manor Brook in Manor Wood.
Sorry, the quiz is now fully booked. If you want to add your name to the waiting list get in touch, and we’ll get back to you if we have cancellations.
If you have booked and can no longer go please let us know so we can pass on your place.
Our Autumn season starts in September with films showing at The Narth Hall and Pelham Hall each month. Continue reading
Eight volunteers worked with the Monmouthshire CC Countryside Team over two days at the start of August to make further improvements to the waymarking and accessibility of the public rights of way around the village and in our local woodlands.
We have replaced or repaired three stiles, put in twelve new waymarking posts and cleared 500 metres of overgrown footpaths.
Zumba classes are coming to The Narth
On Tuesday 1st August and Thursday 17th there will be taster sessions from 7pm to 8pm, just £2 each. all welcome!
Then from 7th September there will be a weekly class from 7pm to 8pm, for £4.50 a session or 10 classes for £40.
The instructor is Nikki Reed: call 07742 994540 or email email@example.com
The July Village Hall Newsletter is being delivered to the village this week. You can download it here as a pdf file.
If you do not receive your paper copy of the newsletter please let the committee know (you can contact them direct or via the Contact form on this web site).
Back copies of newsletter are available to download too.