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Evil Sheriff, heroic Robin and a theatreful of merry men, women, boys and girls …

… because the show’s so good, it’ll put a smile on everyone’s faces! Spontaneous Productions’ annual panto for the Savoy Theatre this year is Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood. It’s a fabulous family extravaganza featuring a professional cast alongside members of the award-winning Savoy Youth Theatre Academy, and runs from Sunday 28 […]

Westons Cider Mill – Christmas Bazaar – Sunday 30th November 12 noon – 5 pm

Westons Cider Mill, in Much Marcle near Ledbury, is situated amongst beautiful Herefordshire countryside with cider apple and perry pear orchards on the hillsides all around. To get you in the Christmas spirit we are holding our ever popular CHRISTMAS BAZAAR, with Christmas carols around the tree, sung with Got 2 Sing Choir, you can […]

Blood Brothers at The Savoy

So did you ever hear the tale of the Johnston twins, As like each other as two new pins; Of one womb born on the self same day, How one was kept, one given away? Did you ever hear tell of that young mother Who stood and watched brother parted from brother; Who saw her […]

Celebrating five years of pantomime at the Savoy

Win a family ticket to ‘Robin Hood & The Babes In the Wood’, and free popcorn to runners up! Five years ago, local theatre producer and Mum – Sam Densham – noticed that lacking in Monmouth was the magical world of pantomime. The Savoy Theatre with its perfect proscenium arch, red draped stage and plush […]

Five-Ways Art – Autumn Exhibition at The Shire Hall, Monmouth

Five-Ways Art brings a stunning collection of traditional and modern, collectable Welsh art to the Shire Hall, Monmouth on 16th-20th October. This is Five-Ways Art’s first exhibition in Monmouth and they have brought together a varied show of high quality. The exhibition includes the work of seventeen artists: prices range from £40 to £2,500. Subject […]

A Bottle of Wine in Le Puy en Velay

Le Puy en Velay is a remote cathedral city tucked away in the interior of France just to the north of the Cévennes. It is set in a volcanic bowl in the high plateau of the Massif Central. The cathedral is an impressive construction, built of the local volcanic stone, which looks like pumice stone. […]

Friends of Chernobyl’s Children

The 10 children from Belarus who visited us in the summer enjoyed a month of fantastic weather, with hardly a drop of rain. This meant that we could fulfil all our planned outdoor activities such as trips to the beach, farm parks and picnics and also take full advantage of the kind hospitality of several […]

Neighbourhood Policing Team, Monmouth

Thank you for your support Monmouth Off Street Project would like to thank everyone involved for the overwhelming support shown in favour of our new Skateboard/BMX Park. It is hoped that the Park, which is considered to be in the top six Skate park designs in the country will be completed by Christmas. Anyone wishing […]

Monmouth RFC is looking forward to another enjoyable and busy season.

We are running junior and mini teams from U16 down to U6, along with a Youth team and a first and second senior team. The Monmouth senior team have a new coaching set up in place this season headed up by Chris Cornford who also works at the WRU. The first game of the season […]

Pipe Dreams

Nick Snook newly qualified Chimney Sweep; explains the rigorous training procedures and why he loves his new trade. I was interested to meet Nick Snook; he has spent most of his working life as a corporate trainer working for the Leadership Trust in Ross on Wye. Last year he took early retirement and was looking […]