This website aims to provide information on local community groups in Devauden. The content is aimed at residents of the village of Devauden and the surrounding area including Kilgwrrwg, Wolvesnewton, Cobbler’s Plain, Veddw, The Cot and Itton. Devauden is a village located in the Monmouthshire countryside about 5 miles from Chepstow in South Wales. It is within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Plenty of fantastic lots have already been donated for the annual Devauden Christmas Charity Auction which will be held in the village hall on Saturday 3rd December 2016. More lots will available on the night so come prepared to bid generously to help raise funds for the village hall and SARA. The auction starts at 9pm (after the bingo).
A Christmas Bingo and Charity Auction will be held at Devauden Village Hall on Saturday 3rd December. Eyes down for the bingo at 7:15pm. Auction starts at 9pm. This annual event raises funds for SARA (Severn Area Rescue Association).
Come and test your general knowledge at the Christmas Family Quiz Evening in Devauden Village Hall on Saturday 10th December 2016. £5 entry includes supper.
Bar and raffle.
Santa and Songs at Devauden Village Hall on Saturday 17th December form 5pm onwards. Children can have a ride with Santa on his sleigh and meet him in his grotto.
Mulled wine, mince pies and traditional carols and songs.
A concert of with carols, readings and instrumental Christmas music will be held on Sunday 18th December at St. James' Church, Devauden.
The concert features Sophie Adams (keyboard) and The Divertimenti Consort led by Moira Fraser-Hook.
Starts at 3pm. Admission free with a retiring collection in aid of the church funds.
Dance your way into 2017 with live music from Kitty's Fun House at Devauden Village Hall on New Year's Eve.
Early bird tickets are available at the Village Shop for £14 each until 30th November. Tickets costs £19 thereafter and full price tickets can also be purchased online from this website.
The Masons Arms pub was very much at the heart of our community and its closure in October 2011 left a gap that has never been filled. Now, at last, there is, perhaps, some hope that it will reopen in the near future.
The 2016 Deavuden Bonfire and Fireworks raised over £3,000. The hall committee sends its thanks to everyone who helped to make the event such a great success.
Devauden features in The Sunday Times posh list.
We're not too sure if this is good thing or not.
Devauden Short Mat Bowls Club meets on Tuesday evenings from 7pm at Devauden Village Hall. New members are always welcome so why not come along and try your hand?
All equipment can be provided and no experience is necessary.
The mobile Post Office visits the village four times each week and is parked at the village hall.
A fish and chips van visits Devauden between 4pm and 8pm every Friday evening.
The Devauden Music Fest has been held at the Village Hall in May every year since 2010. As well as providing fantastic entertainment the festival also raises much needed funds for the village hall and other charities.
For more information please visit the festival's website.
You can help to contribute to the upkeep of the hall grounds by joining The Top 50 Club. You may even win a prize!
The weather for Devauden in Monmouthshire.
The Devauden Defibrillator in the phone box is now fully operational. The defibrillator is supported by the Welsh Ambulance Service and access to the defibrillator will only be given by the 999 operator, who will provide the access code and guidance on its use.
Marilyn Jenner has been reminiscing about Devauden where her ancestors hailed from and her relations lived and holidayed. She has sent us this great picture of Devauden School.
Residents and businesses in Devauden now enjoy some of the fastest broadband internet speeds in the UK.
The Devauden Green Shop is open daily for newspapers, groceries, and much more.
Devauden Green W.I. meet on the 2nd Tuesday in the month at 7.30p.m.
The Hood Memorial Hall is available for hire for parties, clubs, meetings and other events.