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Tredegar Arms Shirenewton 1h
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UK Travel Times Oct 16
500+ ’warning letters’ were issued in the first two months of parking enforcement by County Council
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Digital Signage 4h
Psychographic Segmentation Specialists in Monmouthshire
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Crick Care Home Oct 16
Check out our virtual tour, what a lovely home we have🥰
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Outdoor Studios Oct 15
Garden Outbuilding in Monmouthshire
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UPVC Experts Oct 16
uPVC Experts in Monmouthshire
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Chartered Surveyors Oct 17
A lovely walk for spotting wildlife.
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The Good Dog Guide 5h
Looking for a place to visit in ? Then check out this link
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Cooks Galley 3h
Gorgeous pot stands! £4.50 each... @ Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
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Septic Tank Oct 14
Septic Tank in Monmouthshire
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musiCare 6h
Thanks to Michael for performing a ⁠Show in the area this month. To book call 07772261369 or 07495152997
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Phil Savoie Oct 17
Pollen Pillars. Mrs S harvesting Dandelion flower styles. Smeathmans Furrow Bee, Lasioglossum smeathmanellum.
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SWalesRecordSociety Oct 16
Interested in the history of ? How about a facsimile of a rare 1 inch map surveyed and published by C. and J. Greenwood (only £5 / £6)? Have a look at our publications list for other fascinating editions -
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Primary School Resou Oct 12
Literacy Experiences and Outcomes in Monmouthshire
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BluebirdCareTrafford Oct 17
Why is leading the way in tackling Britain’s epidemic via
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Concerts for Craswall Oct 10
Sat. 12th Oct. Come on an exciting musical journey through 18th and 19th century Spain with renowned tenor Rogers Covey-Crump and period instrumental group Box&Fir. More info and booking
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Steve Reed 5h
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Bookkeeping Experts 4h
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Retreat Clothing 6h
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Phil Savoie 20h
Moonshine • Hillside Oak last night. Owls were hooting a storm as the rising Moon backlit the boughs. Much better than telly.
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