Chepstow Town Council is elected to provide local government for Chepstow.
Chepstow Castle is open daily to the public.
Chepstow’s Tourist Information Centre, opposite the Castle, is open most days to provide advice and offers a range of gifts.
Chepstow Museum reveals the rich and varied past of this ancient town, once an important port and market centre.
Chepstow Books & Gifts sells a wide range of books, including all the Society’s current publications, and has an online service.
Chepstow Chamber of Commerce and Tourism is a voluntary group of local businesses and individuals aimed at collectively promoting business and the local economy.
Transition Chepstow aims to help create a more resilient, low-carbon, socially just and healthier future for our community in response to a changing climate, resource depletion, rising energy costs and growing inequality.
Chepstow Walkers Are Welcome is a community group run by volunteers for the benefit of the local community and visitors. It develops and promotes walking activities, maintains footpaths, and organises an annual walking festival.
The Wye Valley Society supports the conservation of the area of outstanding natural beauty around Chepstow.
Gwent County History Association was established in 1998 to promote the study of the history of Gwent through meetings, lectures and publications.
The Monmouthshire Antiquarian Association fosters the county’s archaeological and historical heritage.
We have some overlap in membership with the Tidenham History Group across the Wye
… and with the Chepstow Archaeological Society
…. and with the Forest of Dean Local History Society