Michaelston-y-Fedw Community

Hello! If you are self-isolating we can help.

Former members of the Michaelston-y-Fedw Womens Institute have set up a group called the Michaelston-y-Fedw 2020 Group to help anyone that is self-isolating and needs assistance.

They can help with

You can reach out in the following ways:

Please note: Coronavirus is contagious. Please take every precaution to ensure you are spreading only kindness.

Creating our own Fibre Optic Internet Network

Creation of the Ultra-Fast Broadband Network in Michaelston-y-Fedw is now largely complete thanks to the huge efforts made by the volunteer workers. The network provides connections with speeds up to 1,000Mbps. Previously only standard internet connections using the old telephone wires were available for most in the village, with typical internet speeds of around 2 to 6 Mbps. Over 200 properties in the village and surrounding area have joined the network.

More information is available on the Michaelston-y-Fedw Internet website at myfi.wales.

The Queen's 90th Birthday Celebrations 

Races in the Churchyard

Defibrillator Installed at Village Hall

Following a lot of work from individuals in the village, the Village Hall and the Community Council, a Defibrillator has been installed at the Village Hall. It is mounted on the outside of the Village Hall next to the main entrance.

Presenting the new Defibrillator to the Village Hall. Left to Right:- Jerry Andrews (Welsh Ambulance Training Office), Julie Taylor (Chairman Michaelston Village Hall), Sharon Owen (Welsh Hearts), Counseller Gareth Davies.

New in Local Interest

Kelly's Directory for Monmouthshire, 1901

Cefn Mably - The House

Cefn Mably - The Kemeys Family

Cefn Mably Arms - Recollection of a Family Pub


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Council Helpline

If you wish to report pot holes, flooding, make a complaint or simply an enquiry, the Council Helpline is 01633 656656.

Community Police Officer

PCSO Caroline Doidge can be reached on 07964 645148 or by email here.
For details of Mobile Police Stations please check the Gwent Police Website.

If you see any suspicious vehicles or individuals please call 101.

Free Honeybee Swarm Collection

For many years Gwent Beekeeper's Association has offered a free honeybee swarm collection and re-homing service for Torfaen, Monmouthshire, Newport, Blaenau Gwent, parts of Powys and Herefordshire. 

We have a team of trained and insured beekeepers able to collect swarmed honeybees from reasonably accessible locations.   If someone in your community should be troubled by a swarm, then please contact either Ken Key or Andrew Knapp on the numbers below.

North Gwent: Ken Key    01873 852512   kenkey@btinternet.com 

South Gwent: Andrew Knapp  01600 860930   theknapps@live.co.uk 

Unfortunately we are unable to deal with Wasps, Hornets or Bumblebees but please visit website http://bumblebeeconservation.org/ for further information on Bumblebee Conservation.