The Lower Wye Valley is stunning throughout the year, but particularly so in spring, and surely there is no better introduction to its landscape and heritage than to join one of the many walks on offer during the annual Chepstow Walking Festival.
If you are interested in geology, history, wildlife, conservation or simply enjoy the experience of a walk in beautiful surroundings, then Chepstow Walking festival is for you.
A Mud Run through the beautiful Forest of Dean. Some sections will be extremely deep mud there are several shallow water crossings but no swimming required. Join a fun Mud Race and be rewarded with a great Warrior Mud Run Medal
The 10k race will start at 10.30am and the 5k & 5k Junior at 10.00am. Start and finish is at The Speech House Hotel Field, Coleford
Bring a spare change of clothes and shoes as you will get muddy!
Dating back to the late 17th Century, the Monmouthshire Show now welcomes in the region of 20,000 visitors each year, all coming to enjoy a taste of farming and the countryside at the stunning showground on the banks of the River Wye just outside Monmouth.
An outstanding Grand Parade of British livestock and horses is the highlight of a day packed with the thrills and spills of main ring entertainment. Food, farming and a wide range of rural interests are all on offer, and whether a regular, or a first-time visitor, you’ll be sure of a warm welcome.
Abergavenny Food Festival enjoys an exceptional reputation as a place for chefs, food businesses, journalists, farmers and food producers to come together.
Through a programme of activities, including product tastings, kids’ activities, masterclasses, hands-on cookery lessons and topical debates, you can find the inside track on food issues, new ideas about the future of our food and meet the rising stars of the industry.