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Council receives go-ahead for new schools in Caldicot and Monmouth

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Council receives go-ahead for new schools in Caldicot and Monmouth

Council receives go-ahead for new schools in Caldicot and Monmouth

Formal approval this week by the Welsh Government of funding for two new secondary schools at Caldicot and Monmouth has been widely welcomed as Monmouthshire’s £80m educational investment programme –…

High Tides – Tintern

High Tides – Tintern

Saturday 18th April 2015 to Sunday 19th April 2015 Forecasted High Tides are due again this weekend.  We will be monitoring the situation and if necessary, will arrange for the A466 through Tintern…

Chairman’s charities to receive boost from 19 mile sponsored hike

Chairman’s charities to receive boost from 19 mile sponsored hike

Two charities are set to benefit from a challenging sponsored walk taking in part of Monmouthshire’s rugged countryside. The council’s Chairman, Councillor John Prosser, has chosen Macmillan Cancer Support and…

Monmouthshire Libraries organises new shared reading group at Usk

Monmouthshire Libraries organises new shared reading group at Usk

A new shared reading group organised by Monmouthshire Libraries and the Macmillan in Monmouthshire Service starts in Usk Library on Monday 20th April at 10am.  This is the latest of…

Monmouth Library to promote wellbeing with day of information and activities

Monmouth Library to promote wellbeing with day of information and activities

Monmouth Library is to offer a lively day of information and activities to support wellbeing on Tuesday 21st April from 10.30am to 3pm.  The aim is to highlight the health…

Chepstow Library welcomes renowned author to mark World Book Night

Chepstow Library welcomes renowned author to mark World Book Night

Chepstow Library will usher in World Book Night on Thursday 23rd April with an appearance at 2pm by renowned international crime writer RJ Ellory.  All are welcome to attend this…

Town council by-election set for Chepstow on May 28th

Town council by-election set for Chepstow on May 28th

A by-election will be held for a seat on Chepstow Town Council following the resignation of Gerry Rowe, one of three councillors representing St Christopher’s ward. Voting will take place…

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san commented on Swimming timetables

Please can something be done about the water pressure in the communal showers in the ladies swimming pool changing rooms at Chepstow Leisure Centre. If there is more than one shower being used, the pressure falls so much that it is almost pointless trying to use any of them.

manchesterred commented on Complaints, Comments, Feedback and Compliments

The Council has increased green waste collection by 20%, my pension goes up by 2%, inflation is 1.9%, all fixed costs have NOT increased (wages the same,fuel is even cheaper). The Council knew the true costs of operation after this full year which also increased by 25% (or 17% if you reduce the figure over a 8 month previous year), so why the increase. If you carry on like this, using this service that is free in Newport, like a "cash cow" you'll only be collecting a handful of bags and people will be fly tipping everywhere. A cheaper price means more volume and less fixed costs and probably will more profitable even with higher variable costs of disposal. That's how businesses work! (Ex - Managing Director of £100M Company)

leisure commented on Chepstow Leisure Centre

Please find the link to all our pool timetables and fitness classes: http://www.monmouthshire.gov.uk/leisure/timetables