Last Meal On The Titanic

First-Class Dining Reservation – £25 per head

Space in our First-Class dining room is limited so bookings will be allocated on a first come first served basis. When the dining room is full we will create a reservations list, maintaining the first come, first served ethos.

You may also pre-order wine or prosecco, by the bottle.

  • House Red £10 per bottle
  • House White £10 per bottle
  • Prosecco £12 per bottle

We will confirm your reservation within five days of receipt, together with your invoice and ask that this be paid in full by 8 April 2022 to confirm your booking.

Unconfirmed bookings will be allocated to the reservations list from 9 April.

Your exclusive First-Class Dining passes will be handed to you as you board the ship.

We look forward to welcoming you aboard.


Please email Wen Atkinson at with the following information:

  • Name
  • Number of diners
  • Drinks pre-order (number of red, white or prosecco bottles required)
  • Number of vegetarian or gluten free diners

We apologise that we are unable to accommodate a vegan diet on board

If you have any questions or require further information please contact Wen at the email address above.

Dawn Chorus Walk

Our ever-popular Dawn Chorus Walk returns this spring on Sunday 10th April. Led by naturalist and broadcaster, Ed Drewitt (, we will gather in the silence and dark of pre-dawn in order to experience the sights and sounds of our local woodland wildlife waking up. We take a short walk through the woodland, pausing frequently to listen to the birds, before returning to the Village Hall for tea/coffee and pastries. We usually identify 25-30 different species of birds, making our woodland a very species-rich environment in which to experience the Dawn Chorus. 

Price £12.50, to include refreshments.

This event is organised by the village Footpath Group. Places are limited and demand is always high so you’re advised to register your interest early. Please email Jane on to reserve your place.

Village Hall AGM 20 October 2021

This year the AGM will take place in the hall but will also be available online via Zoom, on Wednesday 20th October at 7.30pm

All residents are invited to attend, and we would very much appreciate your support.

For those attending the hall, refreshments will be available, including a limited bar. The first beer or glass of wine will be free.

For those who would prefer to attend via Zoom, a link to the meeting will be emailed to everyone on the Village Email List. If you are not on the list please contact us using our form here to be sent a link or to ask to be added to the mailing list. The link will take you straight to the meeting, using a computer, tablet or phone. You do not need to install anything in advance.

As with last year’s AGM, the meeting is expected to be relatively short as groups have only recently been returning to the hall. We will give a short report of the hall’s activities in the last year and our current situation, as well as a summary of the financial report. Full versions of these reports will be posted online.

Last year’s minutes are here: Minutes of The Narth Hall AGM October 2020 (pdf file)

The agenda will be

  • Review of the year
  • Our current situation and looking forward
  • Discussion time – your chance to ask questions and give your opinion
  • Elections to the Committee
  • 100 Club draw

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For more information, or if you are thinking about joining the committee or other ways you can help, contact the committee via the Contact Us form on this web site or call one of the current committee

The Committee page will give you more information about the charity, and a link to the current Charity Scheme (constitution) and policies

Glade Tavern – 2nd October

Following the successful relaunch on the August Bank Holiday weekend, the Glade Tavern returns to the village hall this Saturday (2nd October) with an earlier opening time of 5.00pm.

Fantastic, and ever popular, fish and chips will be available from SuperFish from around 6.30pm.

In October Simon Wheelton is cycling 280 miles over three days hoping to raise £10,000+ for Air Ambulance UK. To support his efforts there will be an official collection pot on the bar during the evening. If you want to know more visit Simon’s Just Giving page

The Glade Tavern is provided by a a small group of volunteers and if you are interested in helping out in any way please get in touch.

Fundraising Success for Velindre Cancer Centre

On 29th December, residents Phil Bowen and Sally Welsh put on an afternoon tea in the village hall, to celebrate their birthdays and to raise money for the Velindre Cancer Centre, part of the Velindre hospital.

This was a great social event and raised over £1,000 for the charity.  Phil and Sally sent this photo, and want to thank everyone who turned out to support them.  Congratulations on a great success!

Phil and Sally party Dec 2019

Christmas Carols in the Hall: 15th December

Christmas carolsWye Valley Women would love you to join them in the Village Hall for an hour on Sunday 15th December at 4:30pm to sing Christmas carols and to enjoy seasonal refreshments.

🎅🏻 Father Christmas has promised to take time out from his busy schedule to drop in and see us too 🎅🏻

All welcome – please bring your friends and family and enjoy the Christmas fun together.


Victorian Christmas Trials: 14th December, 3pm

Vic trials_21Sep19Take a stroll back in time this year to see the Victorian Christmas Trials at The Narth Village Hall on the afternoon of Saturday 14th December,  when Gwent Magistrates  will be re-enacting true cases as they appeared in Court back in the Victorian times.

Victorian Courts were rowdy, with cases being swiftly dealt with and sentencing being rather harsh on relatively minor crimes. Come and join in with the atmosphere and witness Justice as it was served during those times.

Audience participation and Victorian style dress is encouraged, even if it’s just a hat!

Tickets £5 in advance (£6 on the door, if available).  Proceeds to be shared between Alzheimer’s Research UK (Gwent Magistrate’s selected charity) and The Narth Village Hall.

Doors and licensed bar open at 2 .30pm for a 3pm start.

Numbers are limited so please book in advance, phone Sue on 01600 860373 or use the booking form below: Continue reading

The Invisible Woman: 22nd October

A play by Ailsa Jenkins, starring Nicola Reynolds

Coming to the Village Hall, Tuesday 22nd October

Invisible Woman posterA few years ago, Mari realised she had disappeared. Shocked but undaunted, she’s decided to use this misfortune to her advantage. Get ready for red lipstick, rubber bands and retribution as Mari attempts to right the wrongs of her community.

But there’s something else behind her crusade. Can she make peace with the past to fix her present? Can she make herself visible to those who matter most to her?

The Invisible Woman is a one-woman dark comedy about ageing ungracefully and searching for significance, written by Ailsa Jenkins and inspired by her own disappearance.  It is performed by Welsh actress Nicola Reynolds.

Doors and bar open 7.30pm for an 8pm start.

Booking Details

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Ceilidh at the Hall – Postponed


With apologies – the Ceilidh at the Hall has been postponed until later in the year.  We are contacting everyone who has booked tickets.

Dance the night away with live band Cannon Fodder at the Village Hall

Doors and bar open at 7pm for 7.30pm dancing.  No previous dance experience necessary – just come along and enjoy yourselves.

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Tickets are £5 each.  Numbers are limited so please book, via Mary Pardington on  01600 860227 or fill in the form below. Continue reading

The Big Breakfast is Back 27 May

breakfast-2011949_1280The end of May Bank Holiday Monday wouldn’t be the same without the annual Big Breakfast, this year on 27th May from 9 am to 11 am.

As always the breakfast will be served by local children, with proceeds divided between the village hall and a local charity.  This year the charity is Age Cymru Gwent, who run the Social Club at the Village Hall on Wednesday afternoons. Continue reading