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Abergavenny Town Ambassadors

Abergavenny Ambassadors

Thank you for volunteering to be an Abergavenny Ambassador. Your role is crucial in reassuring residents and visitors that Abergavenny is a safe and welcoming place to visit and helping to get the town back on its feet.

This page will be filled with resources to help give you the information you need to perform your role effectively. It includes the slides from your training presentation, a leaflet outlining all the recent social distancing changes to Abergavenny to help combat Covid-19, police contacts and the Natural Resources Wales Wild Swimming Code to help answer queries about open water swimming.

The visitor facing section of this website is full of information that will help answer queries on the wide range of things to see and do in the area and the Abergavenny page provides information specific to the town. To keep up to date with relevant news and information, you may also wish to follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. If there is anything else you need added to this section to help with your role please let us know tourism@monmouthshire.gov.uk

The email addresses for the Town Council and Abergavenny Tourist Information Centre are as below:

Clerk@abergavennytowncouncil.gov.uk

abergavennytic@yahoo.com

 

Downloadable resources

Further help

Police Contacts

To report a crime or incident please call 101 or in an emergency dial 999. For anything else, contact any of the four Community Support Officers (CSOs) who service Abergavenny.

CSO Emily McDonagh

CSO Laura Thomas

CSO Sara Mason

CSO Lauren Parker

Sign up to become an Ambassador

If you know someone else who would like to sign up to become an Ambassador please get them to register their interest via this link :

https://gwent.volunteering-wales.net/vk/volunteers/my_opportunities_info_ur.htm?PID=10158064&searchqs

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Monmouthshire's destination marketing focusses on digital content marketing, underpinned by organic search and email to deliver leads and conversions for businesses in the UK consumer marketplace as well as opening up opportunities to overseas traffic, particularly in western Europe.

Our activity links with the thematic years approach of Visit Wales and their publicised content calendar.

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2018 Business enewsletters 

August 

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2018 Group Travel newsletters

Autumn

2019 Visitor newsletters

New Year

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2019 Group Travel newsletters

Spring

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2020 Visitor newsletters

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Abergavenny Walks

Health Walk - Castle Meadows & Linda Vista Gardens

1.6 mile walk around Castle Meadows and Linda Vista Gardens.

Health Walk - River Usk & Llanwenarth Walk

4 mile walk along the River Usk to the west of Abergavenny.

Health Walk - Llanfoist Canal East Walk

1.6 mile walk along the canal and return by path and minor road.

Health Walk - Llanfoist Canal West Walk

2.8 mile walk along the cycle track to Govilon and back along the canal.

1 Abergavenny to Little Skirrid

A 3.4 mile walk from Abergavenny to the top of the Little Skirrid.

13 Abergavenny to Govilon

5.6 miles through Castle Meadows in Abergavenny to Govilon along the disused railway and back on the canal towpath.

Health Walk - Swan Meadows & the River Gavenny

2.7 mile walk following the River Gavenny up and downstream.

Welsh Dragon