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  • proper noun A market town in Monmouthshire, Wales


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  • In 1991 the company launched the integrated software package Masterlab, first implemented at Neville Hall Hospital in Abergavenny, Wales.

    Oral history interview with Peter Watson

  • I wish I could remember the Welsh translation for Abergavenny, which is a Welsh name anyway Aber being 'mouth of' but which has been changed because the English were using it.

    Bore Da

  • Thomas, first Earl of Rutland, married Henry, Earl of Westmoreland; but under the title "Abergavenny" he states that the same Henry, Earl of

    Notes and Queries, Number 07, December 15, 1849

  • Castle Ward, Strangford LoughChristmas Food Fair, Abergavenny, SunCooking masterclasses, the art of cocktails, an introduction to handmade chocolates and tips on spicing up your Christmas just with spices though.

    This week's new events

  • Abergavenny Bookshop1 High Street, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 5RY, 01873 850380A characterful and intimate space with a strong selection of general books covering fiction, travel, gardening, food and drink, as well as a well-stocked children's section located at the back.

    Independent bookshops in Wales

  • And – yes, this isn't strictly English wine – Wales's new White Castle Vineyard in Abergavenny will be offering tastings on 29-30 May and 5-6 June 01873 821443.

    Pastures new: UK spring break ideas

  • It was already 150 years old when worn by the Abergavenny martyrs St David Lewis (parish priest there for 31 years) and St Philip Evans (curate for 5 years) until his martyrdom in 1679.

    15th Century Chasuble In Use

  • Look straight up from Abergavenny and there it is – a bold outpost of the Brecon Beacons.

    The 10 best secluded campsites

  • Fr Thomas Regan OSB of Belmont Abbey, and parish priest of Our Ladye & St. Michael's, Abergavenny, celebrated his 30th anniversary of priestly ordination the other day with High Mass in the Parish Church.

    15th Century Chasuble In Use

  • The shop hosts author events with well-known local Welsh writers such as Owen Sheers, and is involved in the annual Abergavenny food festival, selling books at the masterclasses and launching foodie titles.

    Independent bookshops in Wales


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