Village groups

Welcoming children and young people of all faiths and none.


Persuading drivers to keep their speed down through the village.


Tintern Festivals Association manages festivals in the Tintern village area


Recently released big-screen movies close to home.


The Friends of Old Station Tintern is a group of volunteers who work to improve the green space and facilities around The Old Station.


The Trust has been formed by a group of local enthusiasts to help preserve our valuable heritage.


We aim to have fun, friendship and to sing in tune.


The Tintern Monday Group was formed at the beginning of 2009 as a women’s organisation for socialising, discussing topics of the day and making friendships.


Monthly meetings, open to all, on a variety of philosophical issues. Anything goes.


The purpose of the group is to ensure St Michael's Church is restored and maintained for the benefit of the general community and visitors.


Tintern Abbey Football Club is a member of the East Gwent Football League and plays its home matches on the Anchor field in Tintern.


A unique chance to Fly fish in your own spring fed ponds


A powerful voice to represent local people.


Tintern Cricket Club plays its home matches on the Anchor field against other cricket clubs in the area.


The Tintern Garden Club is a village association who have a shared interest in promoting gardening, handicrafts and local wild life etc within the Tintern Community


The essential community newsletter for Tintern.


A local forum for the exchange and discussion of information concerning all aspects of the history of Tintern.