Visit the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean

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Reasons to Visit the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean This Week

A very varied week this week with foraging, historic reenactments from the Napoleonic era to World War 2, walking and autojumble, the Forest Activities Festival, with an inflatable obstacle course and Morris dancers to round things off!
The bluebells in the Forest are really starting to show their beauty now so come along to the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean for an exciting week!
FORAGING TRIPS

18th April 2017 – 29th April 2017
Forage about with our own in-house expert

Held at Tudor Farmhouse Hotel, Clearwell

CHEPSTOW WALKING FESTIVAL

19th April 2017 – 23rd April 2017
5 days of walks plus events – see Chepstow and the Lower Wye Valley at it’s finest

Held at Chepstow

 
WORLD WAR II WEEKEND

22nd April 2017 – 23rd April 2017
We welcome back our WW2 enthusiasts as they set up camp within our grounds.

Held at YHA, St Briavels

 

RELAY RAMBLE

22nd April 2017
Relay Ramble is a 5k or 10k walk around the beautiful Forest of Dean,

Held at The Speech House Hotel, near Coleford

 

 

 

MONMOUTH MOOCH

22nd April 2017
Charity Vintage Rummage for Tractors, Landrover and Autojumble

Held at Chepstow Racecourse

 

 

23RD ROYAL WELCH FUSILIERS RE-ENACTMENT SOCIETY CAMP

22nd April 2017 – 23rd April 2017
Come and meet the dynamic 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers Napoleonic Re-enactment Society

Held at The Kymin, near Monmouth

 

 

FOREST ACTIVITIES FESTIVAL

23rd April 2017
The Forest Activities Festival will return to the grounds of The Speech House Hotel.

Held at The Speech House Hotel, near Coleford

 

 

 

FOREST OF DEAN MORRIS MEN

23rd April 2017
St Georges Day tour throughout the Forest

Held at Wilton Court Restaurant with Rooms, Ross-on-Wye

 

 

 

5K INFLATABLE OBSTACLE RUN

23rd April 2017
Ten giant inflatable obstacles around an incredibly fun 5k course!

Held at Chepstow Racecourse

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Marketing and Communications Manager for Wye Valley and Forest of Dean Tourism

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This entry was posted on 19 April 2017 by in Activities, deanwye, Do something different, Events, festivals, Reasons to Visit, Things to do, Walking Festival, Walks and tagged , .
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