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.
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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 Wye Valley Women’s monthly Walk and Talks are resuming in September. The first walk will be next Tuesday 3rd September when we will do a figure-of-eight walk through the woods towards New Mills. There are no stiles and some gentle gradients which we will take slowly!
Meet as usual at 9:30am outside the Village Hall.
Please wear clothing suitable for the weather conditions and sensible footwear.
Everyone welcome, including dogs on leads.
On Tuesday 2nd July we will meet as usual at 9:30am outside the Village Hall and go for a short 2-3 mile walk locally. We’ll decide nearer the day on the exact route, depending on the weather, but it won’t be strenuous.
As always, please wear sensible footwear and clothing to suit the weather conditions.
Toffees and mint imperials will be provided!
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The Wye Valley Women’s monthly Walk and Talk will take place on Tuesday 4th June.
Please note we are meeting at a different time and venue from usual.
The group will meet at Trellech Methodist Church car park at 11.00. From The Narth you can catch the 10.46 bus.
The walk will be about 3 miles, flat and only a couple of stiles to negotiate.
We will head over to Trellech Tump then onto the busy B4293 for 100yrds past Trellech Surgery to cross a couple of fields (one of which is Wet Meadow reserve managed by Monmouthshire Meadows Group). Finally on good forest tracks to reach the GWT New Grove Meadows reserve hopefully to see a wonderful display of wild orchids. Don’t forget your camera!
You can return to The Narth on the 13.40 bus.
Sturdy footwear is advisable and dress for the weather!
For further information contact Jill on 01600 860684.
The timing of the walk means that those who wish could have a pub lunch at The Lion. Please let Jane know if you would like to do this and they will book a table – 861974
Wye Valley Women and the Village Hall Committee are hosting a Gin Tasting Evening on Saturday 22nd June at 7pm in the Village Hall.
At the event, you will learn about the history of gin and how it’s made, including tasting 4 different gins, with appropriate garnishes and mixers, and receive your own gin glass to take home. Continue reading
The WVW’s May Walk & Talk will take place on Tuesday 7th May. Meet outside the Village Hall at 9:30am. The walk is just under 3 miles with one stile and some (but not too much) undulation! We’ll be heading towards Pen-y-Fan through the woods. The wildflowers, especially the bluebells, should be looking splendid. We will pass through an area of rather exotic non-native trees … perhaps a Victorian plant collector’s garden? It would be interesting to learn more from anyone who knows the background.
Sturdy footwear is advised, and dress for the weather!
As always, liquorice allsorts and mint imperials will be provided!!
For further information, ring Jane on 861974.
Wye Valley Women (WVW) are arranging a trip to the Royal Mint on Tuesday 16th April.
The cost of the trip will be £14 for WVW members, or £20 for non-members (including children) including entry to the Royal Mint experience tour.
The coach will pick up outside The Narth village hall at 11am, Continue reading
Into the Blue
How new technology enabled Blue Planet 2 to capture the most intimate portrait of the planet’s oceans yet
Were you among the 14 million people who watched Blue Planet 2 when it was on BBC in 2017? Are you left in awe of the skill and technology that brings such amazing wildlife footage into our living rooms?
Wye Valley Women are delighted to announce that Kathryn Jeffs, who worked as a producer on Blue Planet 2, is coming to The Narth Village Hall on Tuesday 19th March to give an illustrated talk about new technologies in wildlife film production. As well as producing the much-acclaimed Green Seas episode of Blue Planet 2, Kathryn has also worked as a producer on Planet Earth, Wild China, Wonders of the Monsoon and Frozen Planet.
Doors open at 7:15pm for a 7:30 start. Admission – Wye Valley Women members, free; non-members £3.
Wye Valley Women have established a social walking group which meets outside the Village Hall at 9:30am on the first Tuesday of the month. The next Walk-&-Talk will be on Beacon Hill and takes place on Tuesday 5th March.
We will meet outside the Village Hall at 9:30am. The walk starts by climbing gently up through the woods to Maryland. Those who prefer to avoid uphills can meet us at 9:40am at the Woodland car park opposite the end of Maryland Lane. We will then walk through the woodland to join the Wye Valley Walk. We will return across Beacon Hill, where there will be 3 options – to the top of the Beacon; staying relatively flat back through Maryland; or something in between!
There are no stiles and one kissing gate. The walk is mostly on forest tracks but it may be muddy in places. Please wear sensible footwear and dress appropriately for the weather conditions.
There is no charge. All are welcome – you do not need to be a WVW member. Well-behaved dogs on leads are also welcome to join us.
For further information, please ring Jane on 861974