For this year’s BBC Children in Need, Monmouthshire County Council’s Countryside Access Team have left their desks behind and ventured around the county for their team meetings, all whilst raising…

Monmouthshire County Council has secured funding to support the continued recovery of our town centres following the pandemic. Town Centre business owners in Abergavenny, Caldicot, Chepstow, Monmouth and Usk are…

Monmouthshire shoppers are being encouraged to support their local businesses in the run up to Christmas. As part of this year’s Christmas Shop Local campaign, Monmouthshire County Council has announced…

The Chairman of Monmouthshire County Council, Councillor Mat Feakins, led an Armistice Day service today, at 11am on Thursday 11th November, to commemorate those who fell defending Britain in the First…

There is lots on the news at the moment about the COP26 Climate Change conference and how critical it is for countries to work together to tackle climate change.  If…

High tides are due. We will be monitoring the situation and if necessary, will arrange for the A466 through Tintern to be closed for short periods on the following dates…

Monmouthshire County Council is planning an Active Travel route – a cycle and pedestrian-friendly link – connecting Monmouth’s Monnow Street with the Overmonnow area. This will offer cyclists and walkers…

Monmouthshire County Council will meet on Thursday, 4th November to consider an action plan to update the council’s Climate and Decarbonisation Strategy – its response to combatting climate change, originally…

Monmouthshire County Council has partnered with PayByPhone, the global leader in mobile parking payments, to offer drivers the simplicity of cashless parking at 2,383 parking spaces across its 18 off-street…

Section 58 is a formal, advanced notice issued by the authority informing all interested parties that substantial road works are due to be carried out. This notice is sent out approximately…

The Gwent Green Grid Partnership, a new ground-breaking project, aims to improve and develop green infrastructure – a term used to describe the network of natural and semi-natural features, green…

Over the last two years studies have been undertaken into how traffic and travel movements might be improved in and around Chepstow and the surrounding area.  Earlier this year the…

Former students from Chepstow Comprehensive school are being asked to go back to the classroom and inspire current pupils to grasp the futures they want. Chepstow School has joined a…

Monmouthshire County Council is to carry out an up to date survey on the area’s tourism industry. Monmouthshire’s strategic Destination Management Plan, which guides the running of the county’s tourism…

MonLife has announced a programme to carry out much-needed improvements to Chepstow Leisure Centre’s swimming pool hall.  These will include redecoration of the pool hall, an upgrade to glazing in…

Members of Monmouthshire’s Cabinet have endorsed investment in Abergavenny’s Borough Theatre to secure the future of the town’s much-loved amenity.  The county council will meet on 23rd September to consider the…

The deadline for a consultation exercise to benefit Wye Valley communities has been extended by 18 days to allow more time for residents, organisations and visitors to respond. Monmouthshire County…

Monmouthshire County Council is updating its action plan to reduce its impact on climate and is keen to receive ideas on working with communities to cut carbon emissions. Monmouthshire’s action…

Our offices will be Closed on Monday 30th August If your call is an emergency please telephone 0300 123 1055. There will be no collections on Bank Holiday Monday 30th…

Monmouthshire students are today receiving their final GCSE outcomes. After 18 months of unparalleled challenges, students will take the next step on their educational journey. The end of compulsory education…

As this year’s A-level results are announced, Monmouthshire’s four secondary schools; Caldicot School, Chepstow School, King Henry VIII and Monmouth Comprehensive School students are celebrating taking the next step in…

In December, Monmouthshire County Council made a Traffic Prohibition order to temporarily close footpaths 6 and 13 in Caldicot and Rogiet. The legal closure due to end on 23rd June…

Following the meeting of Full Council on Thursday 22nd July, Monmouthshire County Council has confirmed that the proposed refurbishment of Abergavenny Leisure Centre has been agreed.  To enable residents to…

From the beginning of October 2021, Monmouthshire County Council will continue its rolling programme of testing the safety of memorials in its cemeteries by checking memorials in Monmouth Cemetery. The…

Works on the Wyndcliff site between Tintern and Chepstow are due to come to an end. The removal of the closure and reopening the road will take place by the…

Our offices will be Closed on Monday 31st   If your call is an emergency please telephone 0300 123 1055.     There will be no Refuse collection Monday 31st  May, collections will be…

Following consultation with contractors working on the stabilisation works above the A466 at Wyndcliff, Monmouthshire County Council has announced that the anticipated reopening of the road for the Whitsun bank…

Monmouthshire County Council / Cyngor Sir Fynwy Election of a Member of the Welsh Parliament for Ethol Aelod o’r Senedd r gyfer Monmouth / Sir Fynwy Thursday 6 May 2021…

Our offices will be Closed on Monday 3rd May If your call is an emergency please telephone 0300 123 1055. There will be no collections on Bank Holiday Monday 3rd…