Village Walk, spring 2018 – remember the sunshine?
The Footpath Project is organising the next Village Walk on Sunday 14th October. The arrangements follow the successful format of previous village walks, but with new routes that will be revealed on the day.
This will be the fourth of these social walks, which have proved to be a great way to get to know your neighbours while appreciating the beautiful countryside around our village. Newcomers will be made very welcome by the regular walkers.
There will be the usual choice of a longer walk (about 5 miles or so) and an easier short walk (around 2 miles on flatter ground). Continue reading
Photo: Jeff Chard
The Wye Valley Women meeting on Tuesday 18th September features a talk by Jeff Chard “Otter Wonderful World“.
Jeff is based in the Rhymney Valley of the county borough of Caerphilly, South Wales, and explores rivers looking for the Eurasian Otter (Lutra Lutra). His illustrated talks are about his experiences and encounters with these fascinating animals.
Non members welcome £3.
Doors and bar open from 19:15.
The next meeting of The Narth Garden Club includes a talk by Elsa Wood and Jon Dunkelman An Introduction to Grassland Fungi and to Species found Locally.
Last year Elsa and Jon’s book Grassland Fungi: A Field Guide was published. Elsa is a professional ecologist and also the county flower recorder. Jon lives on The Narth and is a fungi enthusiast and member of Monmouthshire Meadows Group.
Tuesday 25th September at the Village Hall
Doors open 7.30pm for 8pm
It’s Your Hall! Have your say about our activities and our future plans
Doors and bar open 7 pm for 7.30 start
All residents of The Narth, Pen y Fan and Maryland are invited and encouraged to come along
Refreshments will be served – free tea, coffee, nibbles; no charge for the first wine/beer
AGENDA Continue reading
UPDATE: 29th August
Many thank to everyone who turned out in the rain, and on Monday to help finish off the beer and food! The hall benefits from the profits, as do the community groups, local enterprises and good causes that had their own stalls. The hall committee really appreciate the support of the village, and it just proves what a great community we have here on The Narth!
Because of the poor weather, and despite a really good turnout at the fete regardless, we are opening the bar and lunch counter again Monday lunch time, from 12.30pm. We’ll have burgers, veggie curry and salads as well as the usual bar offerings, so come along and join us in the (hopefully) dry weather! (But the marquees are still up, just in case).
A Fun Quiz at the hall on Friday 7th September, in aid of Barkinside Animal Sanctuary, organised by Janni and Paul Menday.
The quiz starts 8pm sharp: doors and bar open from 7:30pm
Teams of up to 6 people
Enjoy an exciting and fun 3 part quiz with chances to win wine and bubbly!
£1.50 per person
To book: email email@example.com or call 01600 860855
Trailers for the films can be seen on the Pelham Hall web site
Want to meet new people? Get involved in activities? Have fun?
Age Cymru Gwent are setting up a Local Links Club, which will meet every Wednesday afternoon 1.30pm to 3.30pm from 5th September at The Narth Village Hall.
For £3 per session you will enjoy tea and chat, bingo and other games, quizzes, armchair exercises, talks and more. Content will be decided by the interests of the people who join.
For more information contact Age Cymru Gwent on 01291 673300.
The club is organised with the support of The Narth & District Village Hall Committee.
Take the Bus
Our village no 65 bus service is under threat and needs more passengers so why not make use of it to go for a walk on our wonderful footpath network? Just a short ride to Maryland, Trellech, Whitebrook Crossroads or Penallt gives great opportunities for linear walks back to The Narth. Don’t hesitate – the bus is there for us all to use, and if you have a bus pass it’s free!
The timetable is available on this website
Progress in Manor Wood Continue reading
The July Newsletter has just been distributed and can be downloaded here: Newsletter July 2018
As always you should get a copy through you door. If it doesn’t arrive get in touch with the committee (you can use our Contact Us page)