Monmouthshire County Council has issued a warning to watch out for fraudsters targeting the public amid the Coronavirus pandemic. Fraudsters are increasingly targeting the public and organisations with emails, texts,…

In light of the changing circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and following yesterday’s announcement by the Government, the decision has been made to postpone the LDP engagement events until further notice.  The…

Monmouthshire County Council has updated its corporate plan, ‘A Monmouthshire that works for everyone’. The updated corporate plan re-states the council’s purpose of building sustainable and resilient communities. With local…

A severe flood warning for the River Wye in Monmouth has been declared by Natural Resources Wales. This means water levels are deemed extremely dangerous and are predicted to reach…

Following flooding across the county, a number of road closures remain in place. i) The R90 Whitebrook Rd with the Jcn of the A466 at Bigsweir Bridge due to flooding…

Monmouthshire County Council’s flooding priority for remainder of the 17th of February is the Wye River running through the Monmouth town. The levels are currently running high and modelling suggests…

Monmouthshire County Council has just had its application to renew its Fairtrade County status approved by the national Fairtrade Foundation.  The award is given in recognition of the strong support…

Buses traveling from Chepstow, after exiting Mitel Roundabout the ‘74’ will turn right onto ‘Chepstow Road’ – turn left onto ‘Woodstock Way’ – turn right onto ‘Caldicot Bypass’ – turn…

No collections will take place on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, or New Year’s Day. All collections due 25th to 27th December will take place 2 days later than usual and…

Monmouthshire County Council is encouraging all residents to think about the impact the festive period will have on the environment with a light-hearted film with a big message. ‘I’m dreaming…

The official opening of Cylch Meithrin Trefynwy took place on Thursday 14th November and is such an important first step towards ensuring Welsh medium provision in the Monmouth area. The…

Monmouthshire County Council is looking forward to welcoming locals and visitors to the many free events that are taking place at the Market Hall, Abergavenny. A range of special festive…

Monmouthshire County Council Planning Department are consulting on their Draft Archaeology in Planning Advisory Note. To view and comment on the proposed document head to our Planning Policy Consultation Page.

People are being asked to dig deep this festive season and donate a gift for Monmouthshire’s Christmas wishes appeal. Unwrapped presents for children and young people aged from 0 to…

Monmouthshire County Council is alerting parents and guardians of children due to start primary education next September that applications open on Wednesday 6th November and close on Wednesday, 15th January…

Gilwern library will be closed the week commencing the 18th of November 2019 to relocate to a new space within the Gilwern Community and Education centre. The library will be…

A recovery operation led by Monmouthshire County Council has begun today (Tuesday 29th October) to help and support residents affected by flooding in Skenrith and Monmouth. Residents evacuated yesterday from…

An evening is taking place on Wednesday 13th November at 6.00pm at King Henry School for European Nationals affected by the European Settlement Status. The open evening will provide an…

Monmouthshire County Council has joined forces with organisations across Wales and the UK to support National Hate Crime Awareness Week 14th – 19th October. Offices were turned into a sea…

Monmouthshire County Council’s Emergency Planning Service has once again been awarded a prestigious Gold PawPrint award by the RSPCA in their PawPrints Awards.  Monmouthshire is the only Welsh authority to…

During the spring and summer Monmouthshire Council’s Community & Partnership Development Team were out and about all over Monmouthshire asking a simple question: “If a few other people were willing…

Half term is fast approaching, there is so much on offer to keep little monsters occupied. Many Monmouthshire attractions have spooky activities, storytelling sessions and performances planned.   A ghoulish “Haunted…

Monmouthshire’s Cabinet is to launch a public consultation later this year on the potential establishment of a new Welsh-medium school as part of an expansion in Welsh-medium education in the…

Monmouthshire County Council’s environmental health and waste & street cleaning teams have joined Monmouth Town and Community Council, the police and other public bodies to raise awareness of Give Dog…