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Monmouth – the Birthplace of Henry V

If you are looking to visit a town filled with historical relevance and country charm, then Monmouth should be at the top of your list! Monmouth means “town of the Monnow”, and the Welsh name for it is Trefynwy. It can be found in Monmouthshire, in Wales. It is situated where tow

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Activities When Visiting Monmouth – Part 1

A visit to The Stonemill is a favourite attraction for many and a great activity for the whole family. It is essentially abarn converted into a restaurant dating back to the 16th century. It is only 2.5 miles out of Monmouth and is known for its Welsh produce utilized in European inspired

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Early History of Monmouth

Prehistoric The Monmouth Archaeological Society was doing an archaeological investigation at Parc Glyndwr housing development site in September 2013 when uncovered evidence of a boat building community from the Bronze Age. The find also included three 30m-long channels that adjoined the side of a lake. The lake is no longer. Later excavations

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Monmouth Festival

The Monmouth Festival has been a crowd pleaser for over 335 years! It is a free festival, open to all. The festival aims to provide a friendly, relaxed environment for families to come together and have fun. All ages are welcome at the Monmouth Festival. The festival is a Not-For-Profit Organization and