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People in Devauden have raised over £600 pounds for the charity Parkinson's UK through the sale of face masks at the Devauden Shop.

Every Saturday Wigmores Traditional Bakery will be delivering freshly baked bread, cakes and savouries to Devauden Green Shop.   Orders can be placed in advance by email or telephone.

Devauden is the first village to be connected under the new Shared Rural Network Initiative which aims to make 4G available to 95% of the UK landmass by 2025.

The Friends of St James Devauden would like to thank everyone who filled in a questionnaire about the church building.  A total 63 questionnaires were completed which is a very high return for a survey of this type. The full breakdown of results is available using the link below.

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The names of the men from Devauden who died in WWII are recorded on a memorial window in the church.  Although it was not possible to open the church for the VE Day 75th Anniversary Peter Kenington produced some posters for the outside of the building.

The Fountain Inn in Trellech Grange is offering a takeaway meals and drinks service during the corona virus pandemic.   Orders for contactless collections can be placed by phone by calling 01291 689303.

A new village shop has opened its doors in Llanishen.  The shop offers groceries, including fresh bread and vegetables, and well as  newspapers,  wine and beer.

Monmouthshire County Council has received a planning application  for the change of use of the Masons Arms from a public house to a dwelling.

Local horticulturists and ‘seed detective’ Adam Alexander is offering free, expert guidance to anyone who has no experience of growing their own vegetables but would like to give it a try.

The Devauden Coronavirus Support Group has been established to offer help to anyone in our community who may need it during the COVID-19 pandemic. As well as offering practical assistance the presence of the Support Group in our community will provide people with the reassurance that help will be available for them if they need it.

For more information visit the Devauden Coronavirus Support Group Page on this website.