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Tour of Britain: UK’s biggest cycle race to hit Monmouthshire next week

Posted on: September 1st, 2014 by dewijones

Monmouthshire is set for its third major cycling event this summer as preparations are well underway for the… Continue reading Tour of Britain: UK’s biggest cycle race to hit Monmouthshire next week

Tour of Britain Cycling – 9th September 2014

Posted on: September 1st, 2014 by leisure

The Tour of Britain cycling stage 3 comes to Monmouthshire on Tuesday 9th September.  The Tour is once-in-a-lifetime… Continue reading Tour of Britain Cycling – 9th September 2014

Caldicot Leisure Centre Swimming Pool

Posted on: August 29th, 2014 by leisure

Caldicot Leisure Centre Swimming pool is now open.

Caldicot Leisure Centre Swimming Pool

Posted on: August 28th, 2014 by leisure

Caldicot Leisure Centre swimming pool is currently still closed.  We are working as quickly as possible to address… Continue reading Caldicot Leisure Centre Swimming Pool

Community learning service to hold open days at its five Monmouthshire centres

Posted on: August 26th, 2014 by dewijones

Our Community Learning Service is to hold open days at its five centres across the county in the… Continue reading Community learning service to hold open days at its five Monmouthshire centres

Rural communities invited to submit ideas for funding

Posted on: August 26th, 2014 by dewijones

People living in rural areas of Monmouthshire and Newport will have the opportunity over the autumn to shape… Continue reading Rural communities invited to submit ideas for funding

Caldicot Swimming Pool Closed

Posted on: August 26th, 2014 by Joanna Goodwin

Caldicot swimming pool is closed today until further notice.

Welsh cyclist Jon Mould visits Monmouthshire ahead of next month’sTour of Britain

Posted on: August 26th, 2014 by dewijones

Welsh cyclist Jon Mould (NFTO Pro) visits Monmouthshire ahead of next month’s Tour of Britain which comes to… Continue reading Welsh cyclist Jon Mould visits Monmouthshire ahead of next month’sTour of Britain

Council to join forces with local organisation to host forum for people with disabilities

Posted on: August 26th, 2014 by dewijones

We are to work closely with local equalities organisation Monmouthshire Voices to provide a forum for people with… Continue reading Council to join forces with local organisation to host forum for people with disabilities

Caldicot Swimming Pool

Posted on: August 26th, 2014 by leisure

Due to unexpected maintenance issues, Caldicot Leisure Centre swimming pool is currently closed.  We are working as quickly… Continue reading Caldicot Swimming Pool

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September 1, 2014 - Tour of Britain: UK’s biggest cycle race to hit Monmouthshire next week - Monmouthshire is set for its third major cycling event this summer as preparations are well underway for the... Continue reading Tour of Britain: UK’s biggest cycle race to hit Monmouthshire next week

September 1, 2014 - Tour of Britain Cycling – 9th September 2014 - The Tour of Britain cycling stage 3 comes to Monmouthshire on Tuesday 9th September.  The Tour is once-in-a-lifetime... Continue reading Tour of Britain Cycling – 9th September 2014

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train commented on Bus services:

A minor point on the revised Service 60 timetable, should the time at Usk College Grounds (0857) on the 0825 journey from Newport, be coded 'College days only'. As it stands, the bus appears to call there every day (including Saturdays). Stephen Continue reading 'Bus services' >

philip53 commented on Potholes:

I have lived in Monmouth all my life and never have I seen such terrible road surface conditions in terms of potholes,uneven roads through recent repairs in all parts of the town for example; Rockfield Road,Drybridge street,Monnow street,St James Street through to St Johns Street,Priory Street,Dixton Road etc. I must also say that the calming ramps that have been put in place on the Watery Lane during the development of the new estate should now be partly if not all be removed as this is causing more damage to vehicles as the ramps are spaced far too close which will leave the council subject to claims for damages from the motorist and rightly so. Therefore I am requesting the council to review the conditions of the roads/highways listed within this email and prioritise for the removal or part removal of the calming ramps on the Watery Lane. Just recently my car was damaged through these calming ramps even at minimal speed, I might add.However, I have not placed a claim against the council on this occasion but I will if I continue to receive problems through sheer neglect from the highways division if these matters are not put right in all areas of the town.Our highways are a disgrace and there is no excuse for the lack of maintenance with all the billions pounds of revenue that is taken from the motorist year on year that roadways should never be in a position like they are now. Continue reading 'Potholes' >