Chepstow’s 950th Anniversary celebrations 

Chepstow's Summer of Celebration of the town's 950th anniversary gets underway in earnest this week. Wednesday 5 July sees the first of three talks about the Norman conquest organised by Chepstow Museum at the Drill Hall. Mark Morris, historian author and TV presenter delivers a talk entitled "The Norman Conquest, Why Did It Matter?" At … Continue reading Chepstow’s 950th Anniversary celebrations 

Outdoor Theatre at its best in the Wye Valley

What better location for Shakespeare’s classic comedy than the hilltop village of Penallt, just south of Monmouth. An hilarious early evening performance in the arena at Babington Meadow is a wonderful wind-down opportunity with a glass of something on a Friday night – just about midsummer! Gloucester-based touring company, Rain or Shine are regular and … Continue reading Outdoor Theatre at its best in the Wye Valley

Discover unseen treasures in the DHC’s Potter archive

Discover the Potter archive and celebrate all things 1950’s on Saturday 29th June 2013, as the Dean Heritage Centre officially celebrates the culmination of its Dennis Potter Heritage Project and steps back to the 1950’s for the day. The one day event will be a celebration of Potter’s life and works set against a background … Continue reading Discover unseen treasures in the DHC’s Potter archive