Monmouthshire County Council will hold a public meeting in Chepstow to discuss the future of the town’s (TIC).  The meeting will take place at 10am on Monday 27th February in the offices of Chepstow Town Council and will feature the council’s proposals to sustain the service.

Extensive consultation and the large number of people who have engaged on the future of Chepstow TIC indicate strong support for the retention of the service in the town.  What that might look like, as well as how it may be funded and made sustainable have been at the heart of the discussions.

Councillor Bob Greenland. Monmouthshire’s cabinet member with responsibility for tourism said: “All who have an interest in the continuation of the tourist information service in Chepstow are urged to attend.  Now it is decision time. We need to agree how we can collectively sustain this service.”

 The town council offices are in The Gatehouse, High Street, Chepstow NP16 5LH.