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The A40 road between Abergavenny and Crickhowell is blocked by a fallen tree. The 50-ton tree came down at 12.50pm today (Thursday) near the border between Powys and Monmouthshire at Glangrwyney and traffic was soon queuing on both sides. Two... read on
read on...Friends of talented football star 21-year-old Tom Baynton have paid tribute following his death in a car accident last week.
The new £5 million livestock market in Bryngwyn, near Raglan was officially opened last week, with more than 2,000 people flocking to the celebrations. read on...
HRH?the Prince of Wales will be visiting the offices of The Abergavenny Chronicle on Friday, December 13 at the start of a day of engagements in Wales. read on...
PARENTS of schoolchildren in the Abergavenny area have been warned to stay vigilant and reiterate the ‘stranger danger’ message at home following an incident which occurred on the grounds of Llantilio Pertholey Church in Wales Primary School on Monday. read on...
SAM Warburton will be paying a visit to The Abergavenny Bookshop this month for a signing of his new book, ‘Lions Triumphant, The Captain’s Story... read on
laenavon Blues - 1
Govilon AFC - 1
IN a gripping local derby between two well-matched sides, it was probably a fitting result that both ... read on
TEN tries, seven converted by captain Adam Howells, made it a comprehensive win for Crickhowell away to Old Tylerians.
Following a training sessi... read on
ABERGAVENNY Squash Club’s ‘C’ team lost their top of the table clash with arch rivals Newport by three matches to two, and now seem destine... read on
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