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Happy New Year to you all… Blwyddyn Newydd Dda……Bonne Année à tous…

We held our Christmas Dinner at the Castle Inn in Chepstow in December. We had a wonderful time. The food, the service and the company was as usual memorable.

Our next get together will be our Munch and Punch on Saturday 20th January at noon. We are looking forward to see you there.

Here are some photos from our Christmas Dinner:



Our Annual General Meeting will take place on MONDAY 13th NOVEMBER 2017 at 7:30pm in the Town Council Chambers in Chepstow.

An invitation from Tell Me Wine Chepstow…

Friday 14th July 2017 …..Fête Nationale at the Castle Inn Chepstow 

We celebrated the 14th July in Chepstow  at the Castle Inn with a french menu created by Stephane which was excellent. We all enjoyed ourselves, the staff was efficient with a good sense of humour. We sung the Marseillaise  with the correct french words…… It was really nice to welcome new members at this celebration. A wonderful evening among 37 friends….what more does one needs ?????..

Here are some photos from the evening:


One of Europe’s oldest town links – started 1067 and twinned in 1975. Others include: Rome/Paris (45BC and 1956); Le Mans/Paderborn (836; 1967); St Valery/Battle (1066;1966)

It all started with the invitations:

To mark this special link , we organised on Friday 7th July LE GRAND PIQUE-NIQUE in the heart of Chepstow Castle.

VIP present were The Lord Lieutenant of Gwent, The High Sheriff of Gwent, Dale Rooke Mayor of Chepstow, Pascal Cauche Mayor of Cormeilles, Nathalie Lebreton Presidente of the Cormeilles Twinning Association accompanied by Régine Legay treasurer of the Cormeilles Twinning Association and Moi….and of course all the volunteers and members who gave their time to insure the safety of all our guests.

The most important guests were the 250 children from local schools (The Dell, St.Mary’s RC, Pembroke, Thornwell, Shirenewton, Tutshill CofE Primary Schools along with St.John’s on the Hill, Offa’s Mead Academy and Chepstow School). 
They ate their picnic during the falconry display, then there were  re-enactments from knights, interactif circus and old fashion stocks to the delight of the children a  perfect way to cool down. They all enjoyed themselves tremendously.

A very big THANK YOU to our sponsors who wish to remain anonymous.
Let the photos speak for themselves:

On behalf of the Twinning Association I would like to say a BIG THANK YOU to Mike and his A team for organising such  a fantastic day.

Rendez-vous dans 50 ans…….

Coming Soon…….Duck Race

Sunday 23rd April 2017

Ducks will be under starter’s orders at 12:00 Noon

Starting from the bridge by the church at Mounton Crossing,the Finish Line in the field opposite the New Inn at Pwllmeyric.

More details to follow….

Coming soon…French Film Night

FRENCH FILM  NIGHT showing “LA FAMILLE BÉLIER” – Thursday 23rd March 2017 at 7:30pm – Chepstow Drill Hall

“For the Béliers their sixteen-year-old daughter Paula is a vital member of their eccentric clan. As the only non-deaf member of the family she acts as their ears and mouth.
Family life is thrown into disarray however when Paula discovers an untapped gift for singing and with the encouragement of her music teacher decides to audition for the prestigious Maîtrise de Radio France music collège in Paris.

A charming and hilarious tale full of great songs and a wonderful joie de vivre, La Famille Bélier is the award-winning film that was No.1 at the French Box Office and took the country by storm.

Thursday 23rd March 2017 at 7:30pm – Chepstow Drill Hall

Tickets : £4 per adult and £3 for concessions.

Bar (wine and non alcoholic beverages ) and nibbles will be on sale.