Monmouthshire / Sir Fynwy

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Council Vacancies

Principal Surveyor
Closing Date: 12 noon, Friday 31 October 2014

Supervising Social Worker Fostering
Closing Date: 12 noon, Friday 7 November 2014

Children In Care Council Apprentice
Closing Date: 12 noon, Friday 28 November 2014

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  1. lorr1234 says:

    Hi can anyone help me? i”m trying to apply for a carers position.. don”t know how to go about it?.advise greatly appreciated..

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rhys commented on Council withdraws pest control service:

Unfortunately the service was withdrawn due to severe budget cuts. Please contact . An environmental officer will investigate your complaint. Continue reading 'Council withdraws pest control service' >

gregxjr commented on The red and purple bag recycling scheme:

Please can you re-introduce the supply of full sized recycling bags (the same size as the grey household waste bags) as the smaller ones do not fit a standard household dustbin and are therefore very inconvenient to use. Also, why do Monmouthshire's recycling abilities differ from those of Powys, bearing in mind that the two councils are neighbours? In Powys you can recycle plastic bags and wrapping, but apparently not in Monmouthshire. As ALL councils are continually in the news with regard to the need to save money, surely sharing facilities (and adopting best practice) could only be beneficial to all. Continue reading 'The red and purple bag recycling scheme' >