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Bank Holiday Office Closures Closes: 4.30pm Friday 28th August 2015 Re-opens: 9.00am Tuesday 1st September 2015

The One Stop Shops will be closing at Lunchtime for training, during the hours of 12:00-13:30 until the 31st August.
If you have an enquiry during this time you can phone your Local One Stop Shop as the phone service will continue as normal.
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Council to offer two low cost houses for sale in Usk

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Council to offer two low cost houses for sale in Usk

Council to offer two low cost houses for sale in Usk

Monmouthshire County Council is to offer people residing in the Usk area the opportunity to own their own home.  The council is to sell two houses in the town’s Castlewood…

Possible bank holiday weekend road closures at Tintern as high tides affect River Wye

Possible bank holiday weekend road closures at Tintern as high tides affect River Wye

Monmouthshire County Council is making contingency plans to close the A466 at Tintern on a temporary basis over the bank holiday weekend when high tides on the River Wye flood…

G P Referral Success Story – Beattie Jones

G P Referral Success Story – Beattie Jones

Beattie Jones  was diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and joined The National Exercise Referral Scheme earlier this year.  Beattie had become anxious to leave the house after suffering a…

Think you know what’s happening on your street? New domestic abuse campaign urges us all to speak up

Think you know what’s happening on your street? New domestic abuse campaign urges us all to speak up

More than 47,000 incidents of domestic abuse were reported to the police in Wales last year, though it is likely there were many more. Tackling this hidden problem is at…

Council to seek views on conservation areas

Council to seek views on conservation areas

Monmouthshire County Council is to engage with communities over its appraisals for conservation areas within the county by hosting five public events.  Conservation areas have special protection because of their…

Monmouthshire’s GCSE students celebrate as high standards maintained

Monmouthshire’s GCSE students celebrate as high standards maintained

Monmouthshire’s GCSE students are celebrating another increase in their GCSE performance with results indicating that high standards have not only been upheld but in many measures have improved across the…

Residents respond to council engagement over development of Undy site

Residents respond to council engagement over development of Undy site

Four public engagement events hosted by Monmouthshire County Council to provide an opportunity to guide development of a site on the outskirts of Undy attracted 124 residents.  As a result…

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