Come and join us in celebration of the National Eisteddfod in Abergavenny this year…with poets, writers, critics, artists, makers, musicians & singers. Events being held at The Art Shop and at the Chapel. The Chapel kitchen will be serving food all day everyday of the festival 10am-5pm. Visit our events page
We are celebrating the Abergavenny Food & Drink Fair on Sunday 13th December…
Both our venues will be open all day 10am-4pm. At the Chapel you can buy our freshly made Christmas puddings (small and large), bottles of spiced clementines, preserves, mincemeat, ‘Peace Dates’ from Palestine, Raw Sugar Cane Syrup (great with porridge), Portuguese Christmas cake and lots more…
The Chapel Kitchen will be serving delicious food and drink all day.
In the Market Hall, for the Food & Drink Fair, there will be more than 85 producers selling their best selection of festive cheeses, meats, drinks and sweet treats, you will find plenty of Christmas gifts for the food lovers in your family.
Come on in…
Simple, delicious food & coffee from our Chapel kitchen
Keeping busy in our children’s corner
Inspiring books & independent magazines
At long last the renovation programme is complete and we are now open downstairs at the Chapel.
Come down to our secret, wild, wonderful garden where the sun can shine all day. From here you can enter into the lower ground floor, our everyday trading space, open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm. Here you’ll find old cabinets of ceramics and jewellery. There are books and magazines not widely seen, all to inspire, delight and nourish. There is also a small, delightful children’s corner.
From our kitchen eat simple, delicious food (breakfast and lunch) made everyday from our well stocked Chapel larder. There is good coffee and wine from a small French family owned vineyard.
…plus free wifi and wheelchair access.
Upstairs in the Chapel is a venue for regular workshops, events and performances and this space is available for hire.
We’ll keep you posted…
After the celebration supper on Friday 24th upstairs at the Chapel, taken by James Joseph of Abergavenny Music