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The Old Post Office, The Hendre

The Old Post Office is a Grade II listed, quaint black and white semi-detached cottage dating back to 1893.
It retains much of its original character and charm offering the opportunity to purchase a slice of local history.

On the market with Powells.

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Views sought on proposed plans for Agincourt Square and Monnow Street

Residents are welcome to attend two engagement sessions to provide views on the proposed plans to improve Agincourt Square and Monnow Street, Monmouth. The historic market town has been the source of discussions with the local community for over 10 years with varied views on how to improve the area to enhance the town.

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Celebrate the creative talent of the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley at Taurus Crafts with their weekend of art showcasing local independent artists and makers.

This specialist market, now in its 3rd year, builds on previous success and features twenty-one crafts people with work as diverse as stained glass, weaving, blacksmithing, ceramics, felted artworks, and paintings. This dynamic market offers visitors the chance to see the talented makers at work and showcasing their processes. Demonstration highlights include; Nathan Reeks returning to showcase his blacksmithing skills

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Prospect Cottage, Bigsweir, St Briavels

This former Victorian fishing lodge dates back to 1835 and is set in an extremely private and rural location in the heart of the Wye Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty high above the river Wye.

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The perfect garden for summer outdoor living

One area of the home to come the furthest in terms of design over the years is the outdoor living space. These were once just spaces to place a patio furniture set and maybe a barbeque. But these days, people are including pizza ovens, entire kitchens (including the kitchen sink) and dining areas fit for a restaurant.

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Coleford Music Festival this weekend!

A Community Festival held in the town centre of Coleford, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. Festival organisers and volunteers have been working in partnership with Coleford Town Council to bring this fabulous community festival back to the streets of Coleford. The event  will take place on Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th July  in the town centre and It promises to be as spectacular

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18 Duchess Road, Osbaston NP25 3HT

Modern spacious family home, situated in the sought after area of Osbaston. Pleasant, well-maintained gardens and off-road parking for several vehicles.

On the market with Parrys.

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The Narth, Monmouth, NP25 4QG

An attractive stone former school house situated within The Narth. Standing in approximately one third of an acre with a large terrace with delightful landscaped gardens, it also comprises a workshop/detached garden room and a triple garaging.

On the market with Newland Rennie.

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The Paddocks, St Arvans, Chepstow

The workmanship and natural materials are of very high quality as well as the fixtures
and fittings throughout. Its attractive layout enjoys excellent levels of light with an
impressive and spacious reception hallway and galleried landing with the benefit of five
double bedrooms which includes an extensive master bedroom and a full and luxurious
en-suite. The beautifully fitted bespoke kitchen opens into a spacious dining room and
the main sitting room enjoys space and a central natural stone fireplace and an oil-fired
central heating system feeds radiators throughout.
The house also has the bonus of an additional annexed ground floor living room off a
cleverly appointed garden room that captures wonderful rural views. The house is set
well back from the road by its driveway and the parking and turning area accesses the
integral double garage.
The delightfully landscaped and fully established mainly lawned gardens have sun
terraces and a feature, raised, decked balcony off the master bedroom suite. A pretty
summerhouse also enjoys very attractive views across the adjoining meadow.