Visit the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean

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Reasons to Visit the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean this week: 2 – 7 Jan 2018

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2018!

There is still time to enjoy a pantomime in Monmouth, see the 2017 British Wildlife Photography Awards exhibition and enjoy a traditional Wassail near Ross-on-Wye this week.

Whatever the weather may be, and whatever the time of year, you’ll find something to do in the #DeanWye area.

If you can’t make it this week, have a look at our What’s On page for ideas for next time.

 

EXPRESSIONS IN COLOUR: THE GREEN EYED COW

Today – 2nd January 2018
Sheila Moya’s colourful abstract cows are truly part of the local art scene

Held at Taurus Crafts near Lydney

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ALADDIN

Today – 4th January 2018
Aladdin is determined to outwit Abanazar and claim his true love Princess Jasmine

Held at Savoy Theatre in Monmouth

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2017 BRITISH WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

Today – 7th January 2018
See the winning images from this famous – British fauna and flora

Held at Nature in Art near Gloucester

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FILMS AT THE SAVOY, MONMOUTH

Today – 31st January 2018
Films showing during January

Held at Savoy Theatre in Monmouth

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THE WASSAIL

6th January 2018
Celebrate the new apple season

Held at Westons Cider near Ross-on-Wye

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WINTER AFTERNOON RACING

7th January 2018
Come and join us for Winter afternoon jump racing!

Held at Chepstow Racecourse near Chepstow

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About timwyedean

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

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