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The town has historic connections with early Roman and medieval times, and its most famous sons are Henry V and Charles Rolls, of Rolls-Royce fame.
With a current population of 10, it has easy access to Cardiff, Bristol and the Midlands via motorway links. This web site contains current Town Council Agendas and Minutes, detailed histories, information about local Clubs and Organisations, and a contacts page for your convenience.
The Mayor and the Town Councillors invite you to learn more about their town and hope you will visit Monmouth in person in the near future.
It fell into ruin after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in , but was rebuilt as a parish church in , and then completely rebuilt again in The church spire is prominent in views of, and within, the town.
The churches at Wyesham and Dixton , though within the boundaries of Wales, are administered by the Church of England , and fall within the Diocese of Hereford.
St Mary's Roman Catholic Church was the first Catholic church to be built in Wales after the Reformation , and its construction followed the relaxation of laws against Catholics in The building was extended on several occasions in the 19th century.
St Mary's Priory Church. St Thomas' Church, Overmonnow. Monmouth Methodist Church. St Mary's Roman Catholic Church.
Monmouth Baptist Church. St Peter's Church, Dixton. Monmouth was named one of the best places to live in Wales in The town's small traditional theatre and cinema, the Savoy Theatre , on Church Street, is believed to be the oldest working theatre in Wales.
Prior to that there had been an agricultural society in the town dating back to the s, which held ploughing competitions. The show, now held on the third Saturday in July, is the largest one-day agricultural show in Wales, with over trade stands.
The Monmouth Festival , a free nine-day music festival, has been running every year since and is one of the largest free music festivals in Europe.
An annual regatta is held, each May, and a raft race takes place each year for the St David's Foundation.
The Monmouth Museum , formerly the Nelson Museum , is home to one of the largest collections of Nelson material, bequeathed to the town by Lady Llangattock , mother of Charles Rolls.
It also displays the only known example of an original Monmouth cap , dating from the 16th century. Monmouth is twinned with the French town of Carbonne ,  and Waldbronn in Germany.
Monmouth is home to Monmouth Town F. Monmouth Town F. The town has a leisure centre, on the site of the comprehensive school, with a 20m x 10m swimming pool.
There is an hole golf course on the edge of the town, as well as the Rolls Golf Club at The Hendre. There are also cricket, bowls and rugby clubs.
Monmouth has been established as a tourist centre for some years. It is in close proximity to the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley.
Tourist attractions within the town include the castle, the museum , the Nelson Garden and the Shire Hall where the Tourist Information Centre and visitor centre is located.
The area is also attractive to walkers. Monmouth is the current training base for the Welsh Men's National Lacrosse team. The team trained at Monmouth Girls School in preparation for the world championships.
On 20 May the specialist international beekeeping charity organisation Bees for Development announced that Monmouth had become a "Bee Town", the first of its kind in the UK.
As well as being home to the charity, the town hosts an annual Bee Festival" various bee-themed events, and its County and Town Councils have special policies in place for pollinators.
People associated with Monmouth include Geoffrey of Monmouth , the Oxford -based cleric, born in about and believed to be originally from the area, who wrote Historia Regum Britanniae , the "History of British Kings".
Horatio Nelson visited Monmouth on several occasions, and in after giving his approval to the Kymin Naval Temple gave a speech In the Beaufort, a local inn, in which he praised the local people and their dedicated loyalty to the monarchy of the United Kingdom.
After his death, the garden where he famously dined with Lady Hamilton after the speech was named the Nelson Garden.
A museum dedicated to him is also in Monmouth. Despite severe wounds, he and Frederick Hitch kept communication with the hospital open, enabling its patients to be withdrawn.
Rockfield Studios , situated just outside the town, are where the band Queen recorded parts of their hit single " Bohemian Rhapsody " in , and where Oasis recorded their multi-million selling album What's the Story Morning Glory?
Musician Dave Edmunds , a "permanent fixture" at Rockfield Studios for twenty years, lives in the town. Monmouth is the home of composer, organist and choirmaster Robert Jones.
Monmouth is the focus of MonmouthpediA, the first Wikipedia GLAM project to cover a whole town, creating Wikipedia articles on interesting and notable features and aspects of the town.
View towards Monmouth from near Penallt in the Wye Valley including the viaduct. Church Street , a pedestrianised shopping area. Remains of the Great Tower of Monmouth Castle.
Wye Bridge on the River Wye. The Nelson Garden. View of monmouth from South at Penallt , railway bridges and viaduct in foreground.
An elephant escaped from the mop fair as they were leaving Monmouth, it is standing in the River Monnow , St Thomas Church can be seen in the background, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For other uses, see Monmouth disambiguation. Town in Monmouthshire, Wales. Human settlement in Wales. Welsh : Trefynwy. Location within Monmouthshire.
Ross and Monmouth Railway. Duke of Beaufort Bridge. Monmouth Troy Goods Yard. River Wye. Monmouth Viaduct.
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