We would like to thank the following for making a significant contribution to the 2016 festival:
Waitrose Monmouth made us one of their Community Matters charities for January at the Monmouth branch. Thank you to Waitrose and all who gave us their green tokens!
Fingal-Rock importers and merchants of fine wines.
Originally established in 1987, Fingal-Rock operates a wine shop in Monmouth.
64 Monnow Street, Monmouth, NP25 3EN. Tel: 01600 712372.
If you are interested in sponsoring the festival or advertising in the 2016 festival programme, please contact us.
We would also like to thank for following for advertising in our 2016 January Festival programme:
Apple County Cider Co.
Deciderly good – made with 100% apple juice!
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Based in Cardiff, the orchestra performs throughout Wales, across the UK and internationally.
Bell at Skenfrith
Situated in the beautiful county of Monmouthshire, the Bell at Skenfrith, a former 17th century Welsh coaching inn and now one of Wales’s renowned boutique hotels, was completely restored in 2001. The kitchen garden, located behind the Bell, was established seven years ago and is hugely popular with guests and restaurant customers alike. The Bell’s seasonal menus reflect the diverse selection of vegetables, fruit and herbs grown there.
Concerts for Craswall
Bringing music of the highest quality to the valleys of south west Herefordshire.
Frome Valley Vineyard
Wine has been produced in Herefordshire since Medieval times. We at Paunton Court are very happy to maintain this tradition. Our vines are grown on a gentle south facing slope in idyllic English countryside. The grapes are lovingly tended to take full advantage of the best of the sunshine and are picked at the peak of their condition. We produce a range of white wines to suit all tastes from dry to medium sweet.
Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal Trust
The Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal follows an almost entirely rural course for 34 miles through the glorious countryside of Gloucestershire and Herefordshire. The Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal Trust has the ultimate aim of completing the full restoration of the Canal from Gloucester to Hereford – an ambitious but achievable goal.
An independent retailer based in Ross-on-Wye offering a great range of quality musical instruments, accessories and resources.
The Wharf House
The Wharf House is one of Gloucestershire’s most popular restaurants, serving acclaimed modern British and European cuisine with a twist – open for breakfast, afternoon tea, lunch and dinner. Situated in Over on the edge of the historic city of Gloucester, all profits from The Wharf House are used for the promotion and restoration of the Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal.