Cross Ash Ward

Cross Ash is probably best known for its primary school which was built in the 1990s as a replacement for a number of village schools

Cross Ash boundary map
Things to do in Cross Ash.

Walk around the village - While it's a small village, Cross Ash has some beautiful scenery and a quiet charm. Take a walk around the village to appreciate its peaceful surroundings.

Visit the village hall - The village hall is a hub of activity in Cross Ash. Check out the notice board for upcoming events and activities.

Explore the local countryside - Cross Ash is surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful countryside. Take a stroll through the fields and woodlands to enjoy the scenery. For those who like a strenuous walk a walk to the top of the Graig is recommended.

Visit nearby attractions - Cross Ash is located near several historic towns and attractions. Abergavenny, Monmouth, and Raglan Castle are all within driving distance and offer plenty to see and do.

Take a picnic - With so much beautiful countryside around, Cross Ash is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic. Pack a lunch and find a quiet spot to enjoy the views. The views from the top of the road which runs past the school as some of the finest in the county.

Attend local events - While Cross Ash itself may not have many events, there are plenty of festivals and activities happening in Monmouthshire throughout the year. Keep an eye on local listings to see what's on.

Overall, Cross Ash is a lovely village with a strong sense of community. While there may not be a pub, there is still plenty to see and do in and around the area. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings and take advantage of the local attractions to make the most of your visit.

St Mary's Church Llanfair Green St Mary's Church at Llanfair GreenCross Ash Primary School

 Cross Ash Primary School

The New Inn Well House The New Inn Well House