St Mary's Priory Centre The Society meets on the second Thursday of every month (excluding August) at St Mary's Priory Centre, Abergavenny.

The Centre is attached to the historic St Mary's Priory Church, which houses the Medieval oak Jesse
and the Abergavenny Millenium Tapestry Project . The Centre is fully equipped for disabled access.
There is ample car parking in the adjacent Monmouth Road pay & display car park.

All Outing trips leave from Abergavenny Bus Station & Car Park, Monmouth Road, Abergavenny.
Car parking as above. Lectures are held promptly at 11.00 am on the second Thursday of each month (excluding August) at St Mary's Priory Centre . Coffee will be available from 10.15 to 10.45 am. To avoid distrurbance at the end the of the Lecture, please pay enough parking fees to cover an over-running lecture.

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The National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies NADFAS logo(NADFAS)
to whom we are affiliated - provides MDFAS with its overarching structure, advice, guidance, training, insurance and - most importantly - its list of approved lecturers. Part of the membership fees is paid to NDFAS to fund these services. We are managed by an annually elected Committee, who are always willing to hear suggestions to improve the activities of the Society

Our logo - the Double Dragon represents Monmouthshire's position as a Marcher county, seeking inspiration from the cultures of both Wales and England. The logo, which is used with permission, belongs to the Felinfoel Brewery in Llanelli, who produce Double Dragon - The National Ale of Wales! Double dragon

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