Redbrook Redbrook Village Hall is very easy to find as it situated at the western edge of the Forest of Dean, alongside and overlooking the river Wye, approximately 2.5 miles south of Monmouth and 14 miles north of Chepstow on the A466 Wye valley road. The postcode for your Sat Nav's is NP25 4LR
From Wales or the midlands Take the A40 towards Monmouth, then get on the southbound section at Dixton Road roundabout. After 400 metres at the traffic lights turn left (signposted Forest of Dean and Chepstow). Cross the river and after 100 metres at the mini roundabout by Lidl, turn right onto A466 towards Chepstow. Continue for approximately 2.5 miles and the first village you come to is Redbrook. The River Wye should be on your right hand side and pass one left hand turn as you enter the village. The Church, School and Village Hall are on your left in secession. The Village Hall is up the slip road on the 2nd left road up a hill, behind the metal railings, next to the school. Please only drive up here if you need to unload.
From Bristol, south or the east From M4 then M48 (Old Severn Bridge) take the A466 towards Monmouth, past Chepstow Racecourse. Continue on A466 for 14 miles through villages of St Arvans, Tintern and Llandodgo. At a set of traffic lights you will cross the river on a single track bridge. Continue on A466 for 2 miles and the next village you come to is Redbrook. The River Wye should be on your left. Pass two right hand turns as you go though the village, then at the next third right turn is next to Redbrook Village Stores. The Village Hall is on the slip road just up from the Village stores, please only drive up here if you need to unload.
Parking in Redbrook Some free parking may be available on the road side, however the better, nearest & safer option would be to use the Redbrook Rovers car park just across the road from the Village Hall, between the football field & children's adventure play area, next to the Village Green, but there is a notional fee of £1 for all day, however this fee is used for the benefit of the football club and the village.