General

  This section of the Devauden Village Website provides general information for local residents, such as, the bus timetableshop opening timesthe mobile post office, etc.

 

A fish and chips van visits Devauden between 4pm and 8pm every Friday evening.  

The Devauden Village Website was first established in 2005. The main purpose of the website is to provide useful, local information to the residents of Devauden and to people living in the surrounding area including, Kilgwrrwg, Wolvesnewton, The Cot, Cobblers Plain and Itton.

In addition to the many farms in and around Devauden, there are several other businesses located in the village and its surrounding communities.

Timetables for bus services through Devauden can be viewed using this link..

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.

The Devauden Green Shop is open daily for newspapers, groceries, and much more.

If you're having friends or relatives to visit and are short of space then why not use one of the local holiday cottages for your guests?

To subscribe to the electronic version of the Devauden Newsletter just send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Residents and businesses in Devauden now enjoy some of the fastest broadband internet speeds in the UK.

The weather for Devauden in Monmouthshire.

Meredith Motors is a long established garage in the village of Devauden. As well as offering car servicing, repairs, spares, MOTs etc. it also sells petrol and diesel.

Here's some information for anyone considering a move to Devauden.

Devauden is part of the Lower Wye Valley and Rural Area Neighbourhood Watch Association.

The mobile Post Office visits the village four times each week and is parked at the village hall.

The Masons Arms Public House at Devauden near Chepstow in Monmouthshire, South Wales is currently closed.