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This year's Devauden Village Fete raised the impressive sum of over £2000 which will be shared with St. James Church.   

Local stroke survivor Nick Cann has been awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) for for services to stroke survivors and the Stroke Association, Wales.

The Devauden Recipe Collection will be available to buy in the Devauden Shop from Wednesday 15 September.  The book contains over 75 fabulous recipes contributed by local cooks and is being sold to raise funds for the building work at St. James Church.

Monmouthshire County Council, Wye Valley AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and Wye Valley’s Community Councils are asking residents of Devauden and other villages to view proposals for the Wye Valley Villages Project as part of a consultation process.  The deadline for the consultation has been extended to 30th September.

The Village Hall Committee has a vacancy for a booking clerk.  Should you wish to express an interest or require more information then email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Planning Inspectorate has now confirmed its decision about the rights of way around Panta Farm.  The Inspector has concluded that no evidence had been submitted to cause her to alter her earlier decision that the Order should be confirmed. 

On the 27th April 2021 the Welsh Ministers for Wales confirmed the order to modify the definitive map showing the rights-of-way around Panta Farm.  

THORLUX Lighting has planted its 150,000th tree at its carbon offsetting project in Devauden.

A revised 65 bus service timetable will operate from Monday 22nd March 2021.  Buses to Chepstow will now leave three minutes earlier than previously.

The Devauden 2020 Top Notch auction raised £888 for the  Severn Area Rescue Association (SARA).