Scarr Bandstand Roof

Currently  the largest project at Scarr Bandstand is the reinstatement of the roof, which was burnt down during the 1980s. Friends of Scarr Bandstand secretary Alison Collison explains; “This is complex; we need engineering drawings of the new roof before seeking planning permission. This will be undertaken by architects and engineering specialists. We have applied for a grant to cover these costs from Calor Gas Community Fund.  We only get the grant, however, if we get enough votes from the public for our project.  So please vote for ‘RAISING THE ROOF, SCARR BANDSTAND’ by going to www.calor.co.uk/communityfund   and clicking on ‘register to vote’.  You get 10 votes…please give them all to the Scarr Bandstand, your local, historic and precious brass band venue!”  

Dr Mark Lewis and Roman Chepstow

Chepstow Archaeological Society is hosting a talk by Dr Mark Lewis at the Drill Hall Chepstow on Thursday 20th June 2019.  Dr Lewis is Curator of the National Roman Legionary Museum in Caerleon and has a new talk based on' Roman' Chepstow and the surrounding landscape and seascape. He last spoke to the History Society in September 2017, and is a most interesting speaker. Details in the poster attached.

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