Baker Street Cinema, Abergavenny

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Both screens feature Luxury Armchairs with Cup holders. The cinema is Fully Accessible with two wheelchair spaces in each screen.

Payment by Cash or Credit/Debit Cards.  Card handling fee 25p per Transaction. Parking available in the nearby Trinity Street Car Park.


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Oriel CRiC Gallery

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Capel y Ffin Church

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Brecon Beacons Park Society walks

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