Magical Monmouthshire 2020 Calendar



The Magical Monmouthshire Calendar 2020 contains 12 full colour images taken by local Photographer and Monmouthshire Ambassador, Isobel Brown.

The County of Monmouthshire is an area steeped in history and legend, with a diverse and extremely beautiful landscape ranging from rugged mountains and rolling hills, the verdant river valleys of the Rivers Wye and Usk and their many tributaries, thickly wooded hillsides and the mud flats of the Severn Estuary. It is hard to cover everything this lovely county has to offer in just 12 images, but hopefully they provide you with a little taster of what to expect and will inspire you to explore it for yourselves.

UK bank holiday dates listed.

Booklet style Calendar opens as A3 when hung (A4 Closed).

Printed in full colour on 250gsm gloss paper.

Hanging method by punch hole provided in calendar

Envelope included with each calendar making it an ideal postable gift.

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Calendar Front and Back Cover



January –  “Croeso i Gymru” – The Prince of Wales Bridge, the dramatic gateway over the Severn Estuary into Monmouthshire and Wales.

February – “Moody Refelections” – approaching storm and winter trees reflected in flooded river meadows at Pant y Goitre near Usk

March – “Spring Cruise” –  on The Monmouthshire Brecon Canal near Goytre Wharf

April – Raglan Castle

May – Cwmyoy Church,  Llanthony Valley

June – “Usk in Full Bloom” – Twyn Square Usk, lovingly planted by Usk in Bloom Volunteers,  Gold Award Winners in  Wales in Bloom for 38th year in a row

July – “I’ll Follow Ewe” – sheep in the foothills of the Black Mountains

August – “Sunset on The Olway” –  The Olway Meadows, Usk

September – “Gentle Giants” – Shire Horses at Raglan Ploughing Match

October – “Amber Path” – Wentwood Forest

November – “Crooked Trees” – The Usk Valley with the backdrop of The Blorenge

December – “Mystic Arches” – Llanthony Priory at twilight


About Isobel Brown

My passion is the British landscape and spending my time immersed in and exploring it. All of the British Isles have special places, but particularly important to me is the area where I was born, live and work in The Usk Valley, Monmouthshire, South Wales. I love sharing what I see and I hope you enjoy my views of this wonderful place.