Gwent Removal Company Near Me

The town of Gwent was formed in 1974 and was named after the Kingdom of Gwent. In 1996 the county was abolished, however it kept its name for various purposes and legalities.

In 2003 the county expanded to include the Caerphilly County and since then has grown rapidly. Gwent has also become one of the most expensive places to live, with house prices ranging from £395,762 in Usk to £177,401 in Cwmbran.

The neighbourhood of Usk has also been voted the nicest place to live in the whole of Wales, making this one seriously sought after neighbourhood. Gwent has an abundance of amenities as well a fun things to do in and around and residents are not only spoilt for choice, but also enjoy a safe lifestyle here.

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Things to do in Gwent

From super tubing to kayaking to nature and owl reserves, Gwent cannot be conquered in a day alone.

If you are in search of a great day out with the family, be sure to pop into the Cragfit Sports Complex where rock climbing is taken to the next level. Cwmcarn Forest is the perfect spot to set up a picnic, go for a run in the forest or hop on a bicycle for a more fast paced route. Grab a coffee and stroll through the stalls or take the dogs for a walk. This is a must if you love the outdoors.

For a more historical outing you can visit the Ebbw Vale Works Museum and explore the rich history of this town and its humble beginnings.

Schools in Gwent

Gwent has some really good schools on offer, such as the Ysgol Gyfun Gwent is Coed Middle school as well as Clytha Primary School. There is also Newport High School for secondary students to attend.

Newport Gwent boasts schools that have all been rated as Outstanding and provide residents with many options to choose from. Whether you attend Basseleg Secondary School, Eveswell Primary School or Millbrook Primary School, the education system here is very high and sure to prepare your little ones for their academic journey.

The University of South Wales has a campus in Newport as well, offering a very wide range of courses for students to choose from.