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Reasons to Visit the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean this week: Jan 8 – 14 2018

It’s a chilly start to the week here in the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, but a warm welcome awaits visitors wanting to enjoy our cosy pubs, restaurants, hotels and guesthouses.

And while you are here, why not have a look at our January events this week, including an illustrated talk on Nelson’s Funeral, and a Twelfth Night Afternoon Tea (using the old pre-Gregorian Calendar!)

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.

 

FILMS AT THE SAVOY, MONMOUTH

Today – 31st January 2018
Films showing during January

Held at Savoy Theatre in or near Monmouth

 

NELSON’S STATE FUNERAL

9th January 2018
A presentation compile from original hand coloured lantern slides

Held at Monmouth Museum in or near Monmouth

DETAILS

 

MADE IN DAGENHAM

11th January 2018 – 13th January 2018
Monmouth Comp present the musical version of the hit film.

Held at Savoy Theatre in or near Monmouth

DETAILS

 

WYE VALLEY CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL

13th January 2018 – 21st January 2018
A short season of camber music

Held at St Briavels Church – St Mary’s The Virgin in or near St Briavels

DETAILS

 

TWELFTH NIGHT AFTERNOON TEA

14th January 2018
Victorian tea-rooms where food, surroundings and service are what they should be.

Held at Aunt Martha’s in or near Cinderford

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

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