The Wye Valley AONB Unit runs a series of walks, talks, courses and events throughout the year. We also advertise events and courses going on in the AONB.
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Most events are free unless a charge is indicated. To book on an event please use the contacts given with each event.
Monmouthshire is a stunningly beautiful county, in this centenary year of World War I, join the walking festival to commemorate this Great War and World War II and pay tribute to the people and places of Monmouthshire who played their part in these events and other conflicts.
Monmouthshire has over a 1,000 miles of footpaths crisscrossing the county and 7 long distance trails which take you through a landscape of stark contrasts: flat coastal wetlands of the Gwent Levels; picturesque mountains in the north, Brecon Beacons National Park; the Wye Valley an AONB and the peaceful rolling farmland of the Usk and Monnow valleys.
The county also boasts 3 Walkers are Welcome towns, Abergavenny, Chepstow and Monmouth and the village of Tintern. These towns are supported by businesses and local people who offer a warm welcome to walkers.
Date: October 25 - November 2, 2014
Venue: Throughout Monmouthshire
Cost: From £5 per ticket.
Further Information: Full programme and tickets here
Contact: Details here
Ancient woodland is native woodland which has had a continuity of forest cover over many centuries. Some of these woods are our last tangible link to the “wildwood” that once cloaked these islands and are places of great beauty.
This illustrated talk will explain what is meant by an ancient woodland and how extensive they are in the UK and the Wye valley. Andrew De La Haye will explain why ancient woodlands are important to human life and wellbeing, what natural and archaeological features they have and what we can do to enjoy and support them. The talk will also explain the role of the Woodland Trust in preserving ancient woodland.
Date: November 18th, 2014
Venue: Ross Library
Cost: £5 per ticket for non members, £4 members, students free.
Further Information about this event or Library Group, Contact: tel: 01989 764092 Email: email@example.com
Volunteers visit Broome Farm at Peterstow, Ross-on-Wye and enjoy mixing the blends of cider made on site.
Youth Rangers enjoy caving experience at Clearwell
Wind: 20.92km/h, NNE
Sunrise: 7:41 am
Sunset: 6:02 pm