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Front Cover Home: Cherry Orchard

Cherry Orchard is an imposing spacious and extremely well appointed country residence which is completely enveloped by well over sixteen acres of gardens and grounds and occupies a splendid rural location in the popular well placed Village of Earlswood between Usk and Chepstow. 

This is a rare opportunity to acquire a delightful equine property with many unique features set in a slightly elevated position with fine open views towards Wentwood Forest. 

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Rural Crime

Based on NFU Mutual claims data, this years rural crime report estimates the cost to the UK was £44.5 million in 2017. This is a substantial increase of 13.4%, or around £5 million, since 2016.

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New developments at Birch Grove

An exciting development of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom detached homes in Tutshill, on the outskirts of Chepstow.
Drop by and view our new Showhome and see for yourself the superb specification on offer at this popular development.

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From cottage to country house

Appearances can be deceiving – from the front door, Porth Gwyn Farm could be a small country cottage, but Sharon Chilcott discovers there is much more to it than first meets the eye…

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New Monmouthshire LDP Commences

A new Local Development Plan (LDP) for Monmouthshire has just commenced, with a ‘Call for Candidate Sites’ now open, which is the initial consultation to commence the new LDP process.

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Town’s leisure centre set to re-open

Monmouth’s leisure centre is on course to re-open on Wednesday 15th August to offer a fabulous range of facilities that will reach out to the whole community. The £7.4m project includes a children’s play centre, an open plan café, a multi-purpose room for parties and meetings, a health suite incorporating jacuzzi, steam room, relaxation areas, treatment room and sauna, a

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RETIREMENT LIVING BLOCK TO REPLACE FORMER POLICE STATION

The demolition of the former magistrates court and police station in Abergavenny has moved a step closer after Monmouthshire planners gave an application to build retirement living apartments their recommendation. The plans are due to be considered by Monmouthshire County Council’s planning committee on 7 August. If approved, the buildings will be replaced with 47 apartments complete with guest suite,