SEX AND DRUGS AND DNA
The Narth Village Hall, Tuesday 19th November
Wye Valley Women invite you to an illustrated talk on the science of forensics by Yvonne Turner, Consultant Forensic Scientist.
Doors open at 7:15pm for 7:30pm talk
All welcome. Non-members £3
Do You Need Help Renewing your Bus Pass?
Bus pass holders must get new passes by the end of the year. You can do this at the libraries in Chepstow and Monmouth or online at www.tfw.gov.wales/travelcards
You can also go to The Narth Village Hall on
Wednesday 9th October and
Wednesday 16th October
Between 12:15pm and 1pm
Where Age Cymru Gwent staff will renew your pass online for you
You must bring with you
- Your National Insurance number
- Your current bus pass
- Your post code where you lived when you applied for your bus pass
For more information contact Friends of the 65 Bus or The Narth Village Hall Committee
The village Footpath Project are holding their Autumn Village Walk on Sunday 20th October. The details are similar to previous walks (but a different route of course) with a choice of a longer or shorter walk to suit different people.
These walks are a great way to get to know people as well as exploring different parts of our valuable network of public rights of way.
Meet at the Village Hall, at 1.45pm for the longer walk or 3pm for the less challenging walk.
Afternoon tea will be served in the hall at the end of the walks, between (about) 4.30pm and 5pm. The hall committee would appreciate small donations to cover this cost. Continue reading
The Wye Valley Women’s October walk and talk will meet, as usual, outside the Village Hall at 9:30am on Tuesday 1st October. This will be a stroll through Trellech Woods. There will be no stiles and plenty of opportunities to make the walk longer or shorter, depending on how people feel.
Please wear footwear and clothing appropriate for the weather conditions.
The leaves are starting to turn so if the weather is nice we should see lots of signs of autumn.
Find out more about Wye Valley Women
Our latest newsletter can be downloaded here: September 2019 newsletter
You should get a copy through you door. If it doesn’t arrive please get in touch with the committee (you can use our Contact Us page)
Our next newsletter will be published in November. If you have a village event or relevant news, please send this to Pam Manfield (email@example.com).
Our newsletter archive is available online here
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 to The Narth & District Village Hall Annual General Meeting. It’s your chance to have your say about the village hall.
Village groups will be giving reports of their activities, so it’s also a good opportunity to find out more about them and the incredible choice we have in our small village.
Refreshments will be served – tea, coffee and nibbles free, and no charge for the first wine or beer.
Last year’s minutes are here: Minutes of The Narth Hall AGM October 2018
The agenda will be Continue reading
The 24th September meeting of the garden club will be open to all with no entry charge.
Come along to the Village Hall at 19.15 for coffee, tea and socialising.
This will be followed at 20.00 by a entertaining talk by the ever popular Alun and Jill Whitehead entitled “An autumnal romp – A seasonal look at gardens and Art.” New members are always welcome.”
The Narth Garden Club usually meets on the last Tuesday of the month (except July, August and December), and arranges visits to popular sites in the summer. Contact the secretary Wendy Hill on 01600 860121 for details or go along to one of the meetings to find out more.
There’s been some confusion about which stretches of the B4293 are closed and when, over the period 11th to 25th September. The Pelham Hall web site is keeping up to date and has comprehensive information here. With thanks to David May for doing this.
The Friends of the 65 Bus have details of the revised routes and timetable for the bus over this period on their Facebook page
The next Wye Valley Women meeting will be in the Village Hall on Tuesday 17th September at 7:30pm, when the speaker will be Sue Falconer who will be well known to many in the village. Sue’s talk is entitled “Quilting not Patchwork”
Quilting is a centuries old skill. After a brief, illustrated history of this fascinating, skill Sue will outline the main hand quilting techniques and their potential uses. Samples of different techniques and a range of quilted items will be on display.
The Footpath Project was launched in 2015 to maintain and improve the rights of way around the village for the benefit of residents and walkers, and to promote walking as a healthy and social activity in our area. This is their latest report:
“The Footpath Group has been active again through 2019. Our regular monthly maintenance group has been keeping paths accessible and in good order by cutting encroaching vegetation and we have been out with the Monmouthshire County Council Wardens to overhaul some of the paths between Pen y Fan and Bigsweir. We installed twelve new waymarking posts to make the routes easier to follow, so please give them a try. The more our footpaths are used, then the easier they will be for us to keep clear. Continue reading