Apr 2 @ 8:30 am – Apr 6 @ 3:00 pm Remote First Aid
QNUK Level 3 Award in First Responder Do you require a more advanced level of competence in First Aid? If so this course could be the one for you! While our course meets the requirements[...]
Apr 2 @ 9:30 am – 5:45 pm The MAC Abergavenny
Emergency First Aid at Work Forestry Sector + F A One-day Extended Emergency First Aid at Work + F course. It has been designed by subject experts to meet the extended training requirements set by[...]
Apr 6 @ 7:30 pm St Mary's Church
Chepstow Choral Society Spring Concert Chepstow Choral Society will he joined by a full professional orchestra and soloists from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama for a concert including Beethoven Mass in C,[...]
Apr 14 @ 8:00 am Caerleon Comprehensive School
Whitehead Tour de Gwent Sportive Organised by St David’s Hospice Care and Sponsored by Whiteheads Building Services, the Tour de Gwent has become and annual cycling event for everyone. Growing over the years to now[...]
Apr 19 @ 10:30 am – 3:30 pm Caldicot Castle
Egg-cellent Adventure at Caldicot Castle Join the Calidcot Community Working Together and celebrate with the Egg-cellent Adventure on Good Friday 10-3pm at Caldicot Castle. Adults go free, Child entry is £2 every child receives a[...]
Apr 24 – Apr 28 all-day Various location
Chepstow Walking Festival 24th – 28th April 2019 Join this popular walking festival now in its 7th year exploring the rich heritage and beauty of the Lower Wye Valley and beyond. A packed programme of[...]
Aug 16 @ 8:00 pm – Aug 18 @ 2:00 pm Glan Usk estate
P Company Challenge So, you’ve run a few marathons, cycled a few sportives, run a tough mudder, you want to try something harder, something that will challenge you not just physically but mentally as well.[...]

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Apr 2 @ 8:30 am – Apr 6 @ 3:00 pm Remote First Aid
QNUK Level 3 Award in First Responder Do you require a more advanced level of competence in First Aid? If so this course could be the one for you! While our course meets the requirements[...]
Apr 2 @ 9:30 am – 5:45 pm The MAC Abergavenny
Emergency First Aid at Work Forestry Sector + F A One-day Extended Emergency First Aid at Work + F course. It has been designed by subject experts to meet the extended training requirements set by[...]
Apr 6 @ 7:30 pm St Mary's Church
Chepstow Choral Society Spring Concert Chepstow Choral Society will he joined by a full professional orchestra and soloists from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama for a concert including Beethoven Mass in C,[...]
Apr 14 @ 8:00 am Caerleon Comprehensive School
Whitehead Tour de Gwent Sportive Organised by St David’s Hospice Care and Sponsored by Whiteheads Building Services, the Tour de Gwent has become and annual cycling event for everyone. Growing over the years to now[...]
Apr 19 @ 10:30 am – 3:30 pm Caldicot Castle
Egg-cellent Adventure at Caldicot Castle Join the Calidcot Community Working Together and celebrate with the Egg-cellent Adventure on Good Friday 10-3pm at Caldicot Castle. Adults go free, Child entry is £2 every child receives a[...]
Apr
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Tue
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QNUK Level 3 Award in First Responder @ Remote First Aid
Apr 2 @ 8:30 am – Apr 6 @ 3:00 pm

QNUK Level 3 Award in First ResponderFirst Responder

Do you require a more advanced level of competence in First Aid?

If so this course could be the one for you!

While our course meets the requirements for the SIA and is popular with Security personnel although many other attendees include those from the event industry as well as industrial first aiders and those working in high risk environments.

For more information about the course content and the Key points of the course check the website link above.

To find out more about the training courses you can keep up to date by following over on Twitter and also check out the Website.

QNUK Level 3 Award in First Responder

Emergency First Aid at Work Forestry Sector + F @ The MAC Abergavenny
Apr 2 @ 9:30 am – 5:45 pm

Emergency First Aid at Work Forestry Sector + FEmergency First Aid at Work Forestry Sector

A One-day Extended Emergency First Aid at Work + F course. It has been designed by subject experts to meet the extended training requirements set by the Forestry Commission for operatives working on their land. It also fulfils the Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 for Emergency Workplace First Aiders where needed.

Topics covered

The qualification covers knowledge such as the roles and responsibilities of the emergency first aider, how to assess an incident. The qualification also covers first aid skills in CPR and use of an AED and providing first aid to a casualty who is choking, suffering with hypovolemic shock, catastrophic bleeding, Hypothermia and Drowning.

Assessment method

This training is assessed by a practical demonstration, oral questioning and completing a multi-choice question paper.

Certification 

A QNUK L3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work + F (RQF) certificate will be issued to candidates successfully completing this training and that is valid for 3-years. Under the current guidelines it is ”strongly recommended” that first aid trained staff attend a half-day update every 12 months – before completing their full re-qualification training at the three year point.

To find out more about the training courses you can keep up to date by following over on Twitter and also check out the Website.

Emergency First Aid at Work Forestry Sector + F

Apr
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Sat
2019
Chepstow Choral Society Spring Concert @ St Mary's Church
Apr 6 @ 7:30 pm

Chepstow Choral Society Spring Concert

Chepstow Choral Society Spring Concert

Chepstow Choral Society will he joined by a full professional orchestra and soloists from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama for a concert including Beethoven Mass in C, a Handel Chandos Anthem and Vaughan Williams Oxford Elegy.

Tickets available from March onwards from Chepstow Books, any choir member or on the door.

You can find out more about the event and other events by following the Chepstow Choral Society on Twitter.

Chepstow Choral Society Spring Concert

Apr
14
Sun
2019
Whitehead Tour de Gwent Sportive @ Caerleon Comprehensive School
Apr 14 @ 8:00 am

Tour de Gwent

Whitehead Tour de Gwent Sportive

Organised by St David’s Hospice Care and Sponsored by Whiteheads Building Services, the Tour de Gwent has become and annual cycling event for everyone. Growing over the years to now incorporate 6 carefully designed courses to suit every type of cyclist and for all abilities. No matter if your a hard-core cyclist after the most challenging route to a community or family group that would like the more leisurely ride up and down the Usk river.

Platinum Route – 93 Miles
Gold Route – 78 Miles
Silver Route – 52 Miles
Bronze Route – 30 Miles
Midi Route – 20 Miles
Kids Route – 3 Miles

For Spectators you have the ability to see the start in the Roman town of Caerleon and also line the streets throughout some of the lovely views around South East Wales. Over the 6 different routes it give you many opportunities to cheer on those that are taking to the pedals for this great cause.

You can find out more detailed information on the event (how to enter the Tour De Gwent) along with all other aspects of the Sportive on the Tour de Gwent website linked in the above details.

For more information on the amazing events and work that the Charity does give the Facebook page a like and follow over on Twitter.

Whitehead Tour de Gwent Sportive

Apr
19
Fri
2019
Egg-cellent Adventure at Caldicot Castle @ Caldicot Castle
Apr 19 @ 10:30 am – 3:30 pm

Egg-cellent Adventure at Caldicot Castle

Egg-cellent AdventureJoin the Calidcot Community Working Together and celebrate with the Egg-cellent Adventure on Good Friday 10-3pm at Caldicot Castle.

Adults go free, Child entry is £2 every child receives a prize

So what do we have inn store for you?

  • An Easter Hunt (Every child that takes part revives a gift)
  • Easter Bonnet Parade (1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes plus all taking part receive a certificate.)
  • Winners Announced at 1pm

Easter bonnet parade entries need to be emailed to caldicotcwt@outlook.com before the event.

The Tea Rooms will also be open with Face painters, games and crafts too.

Want to find out more why not check the and join the Facebook Group.

Egg-cellent Adventure at Caldicot Castle

Apr
24
Wed
2019
Chepstow Walking Festival 2019 @ Various location
Apr 24 – Apr 28 all-day

Chepstow Walking Festival 24th – 28th April 2019chepstow walking festival

Join this popular walking festival now in its 7th year exploring the rich heritage and beauty of the Lower Wye Valley and beyond. A packed programme of 35 guided walks led by experienced walk leaders some who are specialists in the their field such as Dr Mark Lewis Senior Curator at the Roman Legion Museum Caerleon, Rob Dingle Trail Officer for Offa’s Dyke Path, David Morgan, Chair of Long Distance Walkers Association who has devised the Monmouthshire Way, a long distance circular trail starting/finishing at Chepstow and Gavin Jones, Community Engagement Officer for the Living Levels Landscape Partnership scheme who will be joining two brand new walks along the levels to reconnect people and communities to their landscape and provide a sustainable future for this historic and vibrant place.

Some of the walks visit establishments which are rarely or never open to the public such Allt-y-bela home to the 2000 Best in Show Garden at Chelsea and the farm where the award winning Brookes ice cream is made.

Whether you are a seasoned walker or just enjoy a short walk with the dog there should be something to suit.

Chepstow Walking Festival Tickets cost £5 single or £15 for a Supersaver which gives the opportunity to join as many walks as you wish. Under 16’s are fee as is the Walk for Health.

Tickets available online at http://www.walksinchepstow.co.uk or alternatively from Chepstow Tourist Information Centre NP16 5EY

See below an outline of the individual events taking place throughout the Chepstow Walking Festival

Wednesday 24th April

Walk 1 – St Tewdrig’s Trail

Walk 2 – ​Woods and Water with Wye Valley Area of National Beauty

Walk 3 – ​​Offa’s Dyke Path Brockweir to Sedbury with the National Trail Officer

Walk 4 – ​Railways, Reens and a Woodland Ramble

Walk 5 – ​Wells and Springs and Things

Walk 6 – Llangwm and a Medieval House

Walk 7 – Three Churches around Kilgwrrwg

Thursday 25th April

Walk 8 – ​Monmouthshire Way – Rogiet to Chepstow

Walk 9 – Woods, Views, History and Industry

Walk 10 – St Arvans Roundabout

Walk 11- Walk for Health at Lydney Docks

Walk 12 – Devauden with ice cream and cheese!

Walk 13 – ​The Gwent Levels From above with The Living Levels Partnership

Walk 14 – Earlswood and Bullyhole Bottom

Friday 26th April

Walk 15 – St Briavels Castle to Chepstow Castle

Walk 16 – Churches of the Gwent Levels

Walk 17 – Western Approaches to Trellech

Walk 18 – The Garden City Story

Walk 19 – The Resistance Walk

Walk 20 – Bream Heritage Walk

Walk 21 – Forest Walk Through Lydney Park

Walk 22 – The Narth and Beacon Hill via the No.65 Bus

Workshop – Map Interpretation

Presentation – A Walk in the Park

Saturday 27th April

Walk 23 – ​Dawn Chorus

Walk 24 – ​​The Railway Walk part 1

Walk 25 – ​Welsh Speaking Walk Around Piercefield Park

Walk 26 – ​Three Castles and Three Murders

Walk 27 – ​Clytha and Bettws Newydd with Bluebells!

Walk 28 – ​Chepstow’s Orchard and Wildlife Trail l

Evening Event – An Evening with the Stars

Sunday 28th April

Walk 29 – The Railway Walk part 2

Walk 30 – Aust and the Severn Estuary

Walk 31 – Our Literary Hero

Walk 32 – Woolaston and Alvington Circular

Walk 33 – ​Barbadoes and Botany Bay Woods and Riverside

Walk 34 – ​​National Diving & Activity Centre, Tidenham and Beyond

Walk 35 – Caerwent’s Roman Heritage​​National Diving & Activity Centre, Tidenham and Beyond

For all the information that you need about the individual walks, talks and events check the website which also includes details of the individual events such as start times, difficulties, distance, duration and anything you may need.

Keep up to date with the latest from Chepstow Walkers are Welcome on Twitter and also you can like the Facebook page for updates

Chepstow Walking Festival 2019

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P Company Challenge @ Glan Usk estate
Aug 16 @ 8:00 pm – Aug 18 @ 2:00 pm

P Company Challenge

P Company Challenge

So, you’ve run a few marathons, cycled a few sportives, run a tough mudder, you want to try something harder, something that will challenge you not just physically but mentally as well. Now you’re ready for a new challenge……

This is adventure and endurance racing that replicates stages from the elite military forces around the World, a series of weekends designed to take and test you to your limits. The Marines Commando Course in Scotland, the Parachute Regiments P Company in South Wales, and U.S. Pararescue Selection in the North of England, will push you to the edge. From full kit marches, assault courses, swimming and running at Iron man standards, to Hell Night, you will encounter a whole new world of pain.

The P Company Challenge tests are taken on consecutive days and include, but are not limited to: a 9 mile speed march; a 6 mile endurance course across rough moorland and woodland terrain which includes tunnels, pipes, wading pools, and an underwater culvert; the Tarzan Assault Course which starts with a death slide and ends with a rope climb up a 30ft near-vertical wall; a 30mile march across moorland, wearing full fighting order. You’ll need to be in the best condition of your life to make it through!

To find out more about this Epic event follow the Facebook Page or check out the P Company Website.

P Company Challenge