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Former Devauden resident Lewis Oliva has won a silver medal at the Commonwealth games in Brisbane. Lewis, who lived in Devauden for 19 years, won his silver in the keirin cycling event against a world class group of riders. 

Sadly, John North-Row died, rather suddenly, early on Easter Sunday.  John was an active member of our community and was church warden at St. James Church for many years.  He was a gifted reader and he will be greatly missed by the congregation.

The Village Hall has bought a field.  Now they need your help to name it and to decide what to do with it.

The pinnacle of human technological endeavour has finally been reached with the release of The Devauden Clock Skill for the Amazon Echo devices.

Devauden Green Women's Institute has announced its programme for 2018.  Meetings are mostly held at Devauden Village Hall or Itton Village Hall on the second Tuesday of every month.    Highlights of this year's events include talks by author Julia McGowan and garden designer Lisa Cox.

The Friends of St James, Devauden group is celebrating harvest this month and will be collecting for the Chepstow Food Bank.

Michael Layzell, organiser of Devauden Village Fete, has sent a message of thanks to everyone involved in this year's event.  The fete raised £2162 and the proceeds will go the Village Hall, St. James' Church and Alzheimers Society Wales.

St. James Church, Devauden needs of a volunteer to cut the grass twice a month during the grass cutting season.  If you can help then please contact Gay Kenington by email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to or leave a note in the letter box at the church.

This year's Devauden Festival raised £8,600.  Organiser Kevin McElroy has sent the following message of thanks to all the residents.

Huge crowds enjoyed the Devauden Music Fest on 12th and 13th May 2017.  Thanks to all the musicians, entertainers and sponsors as well as to everyone involved in organising and running the event.

Festival organiser Kevin McElroy commented "A great family friendly festival only made possible by the hard work of the 100 local volunteers and the many local attendees who could listen to over 30 live acts. With a fantastic kids zone, a range of workshops, stalls and refreshments. This year's festival catered for all ages and the feedback has been very positive."

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