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Counter from 27th July 2018

The Hall is situated in the heart of the old port village of Llandogo, in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

 

It's in Monmouthshire, midway between Monmouth and Chepstow and close to the village of Tintern, famous for Tintern Abbey, and the Royal Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire. 

 

Address:

Llandogo Millennium Hall
Holmfield Drive
Llandogo

Monmouthshire
NP25 4SQ

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Co-ordinates:

N 51° 44' 7" W 2° 41' 8"

How to find us:

From the north (Monmouth):

  • Follow the A466 south from Monmouth, through the village of Redbrook and over Bigsweir Bridge across the Wye

  • Continue until you enter the village of Llandogo

  • Take the first right turn,  Holmfield Drive, after the row of white terraced houses

  • Continue up the hill, taking the left fork around the play area.  You will see the village hall just ahead of you.

From the south (Chepstow):

  • Follow the A466 north from Chepstow, past Chepstow Racecourse and through the village of Tintern

  • Continue until you enter the village of Llandogo

  • Go past the Sloop Inn on your right and Brown's Stores on your left

  • Take the next left, about 200m after Brown's Stores, up Holmfield Drive

  • Continue up the hill, taking the left fork around the play area.  You will see the village hall just ahead of you.

From the west (Trellech):

  • From Trellech drive down Trellech Road until you join the A466 at Brown's Stores, Llandogo.  Turn left onto the A466 then take the next left after about 200m, Holmfield Drive.

  • Continue up the hill, taking the left fork around the play area.  You will see the village hall just ahead of you.

From the east (Lydney, Coleford, St. Briavels):

  • Join the A466 at the most convenient location, likely to be at Bigsweir Bridge (north of Llandogo) or Brockweir Bridge (south of Llandogo).  Follow the directions above depending on whether you're north or south of Llandogo at that point.