1. Monmouthshire County Council warmly welcomes the decision to reopen schools to all pupils from September (7/9/2020)
  2. Residents offered hour free car parking to support local businesses  (7/9/2020)
  3. Council invites applications from ‘café culture’ businesses (7/8/2020)
  4. Working to keep people safe (7/8/2020)
  5. Update regarding traffic measures in Usk (7/3/2020)
  6. Gwent Local Resilience Forum (LRF) statement on numbers at BURIAL services (7/1/2020)
  7. Selective mowing continues to promote meadow management (6/30/2020)
  8. County takes steps to welcome visitors back to Monmouthshire (6/29/2020)
  9. New Start-Up Grants to support businesses launched (6/29/2020)
  10. Council offers informal fostering information service (6/29/2020)
  11. Usk Town safety measures revised (6/26/2020)
  12. Monmouthshire lifesavers go the extra mile during lockdown (6/26/2020)
  13. Proposed Improvements to Church Road, Caldicot, announced (6/26/2020)
  14. Monmouthshire markets gear up for reopening (6/25/2020)
  15. Community hub in Chepstow benefits from defibrillator provision (6/25/2020)
  16. Temporary measures for Monmouth to support local businesses (6/25/2020)
  17. Birth registrations given green light (6/24/2020)
  18. Council launches new “Request & Collect” library service (6/19/2020)
  19. Council’s new ‘Shop Local, Shop Monmouthshire’ campaign supports reopening businesses and encourages shoppers (6/19/2020)
  20. Businesses advised to flush water systems as they prepare for reopening (6/19/2020)
  21. Multi-million redevelopment proposals unveiled for Caldicot Leisure Centre (6/16/2020)
  22. Riverbank litter poses problems for volunteer campaigners (6/16/2020)
  23. Protected: School Admission Appeals (6/15/2020)
  24. Council and action group submit bid for new Magor with Undy railway station (6/12/2020)
  25. An update from Paul Matthews (6/10/2020)
  26. Residents can apply for a garden waste permit as service reopens (6/10/2020)
  27. Spotlight shines on amazing carers for Carers Week 2020.  (6/9/2020)
  28. *UPDATE* Road Closures/diversion in Caldicot (6/8/2020)
  29. Council takes legal step to prevent motorists using Heads of The Valleys short cut (6/5/2020)
  30. Your ideas could help shape the future of Monmouthshire’s town and village centres (6/4/2020)
  31. Contact tracing begins in Monmouthshire (6/2/2020)
  32. Final call for Monmouthshire businesses to apply for business grants as deadline approaches (6/2/2020)
  33. Post Office Usk re-opening (6/2/2020)
  34. COVID-19 Honours Nominations  (6/1/2020)
  35. Council calls for communities to make a difference by volunteering (6/1/2020)
  36. Transport grant provides welcome news for county’s bus users (5/29/2020)
  37. Wales Nature Week 2020 (5/29/2020)
  38. COVID-19 testing centre reminder for key workers and their households (5/28/2020)
  39. Apply now for Future Fund business loans (5/28/2020)
  40. Council seeks vacant properties to accommodate homeless over pandemic (5/26/2020)
  41. The UK’s first Bee Town is… Monmouth (5/26/2020)
  42. Council lends support for mental health during pandemic lockdown (5/23/2020)
  43. Bank Holiday Closures (5/22/2020)
  44. Monmouthshire libraries encourage residents to pick up a book to improve mental wellbeing (5/20/2020)
  45. Help to protect older people from abuse (5/20/2020)
  46. Businesses offered help to avoid scams (5/19/2020)
  47. Perfect time to foster (5/17/2020)
  48. Register for Childcare Hubs May Half Term (5/15/2020)
  49. Virtual advice sessions to offer autism support (5/14/2020)
  50. Llanfoist and Five Lanes recycling centres to re-open (5/13/2020)
  51. Council states aims in face of coronavirus pandemic (5/13/2020)
  52. Update 7th May 2020: Recycling & Waste Centres (5/7/2020)
  53. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (Friday 8th May – Saturday 9th May 2020) (5/5/2020)
  54. Telephone befriending service helps isolated residents (5/5/2020)
  55. Council’s intergenerational initiative boosted by extra funding (5/1/2020)
  56. Passenger Transport Phone Line (4/29/2020)
  57. Estyn recognises good outcomes for Monmouthshire’s learners (4/21/2020)
  58. Local brewery diversifies and donates hand sanitiser to help frontline workers (4/21/2020)
  59. Council Leader urges residents to stay indoors and save lives as vital services continue (4/20/2020)
  60. ‘Overwhelming’ support continues from volunteers throughout COVID-19 outbreak (4/20/2020)
  61. Council sets up temporary family advice line (4/20/2020)
  62. Plea to support food banks during Coronavirus outbreak (4/15/2020)
  63. A message from Councillor Peter Fox (4/11/2020)
  64. Enjoy an Easter of chocolate and challenges but stay home! (4/9/2020)
  65. Easter Bank Holiday Opening Times (4/8/2020)
  66. Council makes changes to support residents while pandemic persists (4/7/2020)
  67. Retailers’ generosity brings Easter smiles to county’s school children (4/6/2020)
  68. Community platform launches for neighbourly support during COVID19 outbreak (4/6/2020)
  69. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (Wednesday 8th April – Saturday 11th April 2020) (4/6/2020)
  70. Eligible businesses need to register now for business grants (4/1/2020)
  71. Employed and self-employed encouraged to apply for financial support amid Coronavirus (4/1/2020)
  72. Garden waste collections temporarily ceased so core recycling and waste services can continue (4/1/2020)
  73. Council ‘overwhelmed’ by kindness and help of Monmouthshire communities (3/31/2020)
  74. Usk residents offered free bus to continue accessing Post Office services (3/31/2020)
  75. Around 2,000 businesses in Monmouthshire could be missing out on grants (3/31/2020)
  76. Monmouthshire County Council working “flat out” to provide services through pandemic (3/30/2020)
  77. Council’s trading standards officers provide advice to counter coronavirus scams (3/26/2020)
  78. Monmouthshire County Council shares plans to support small businesses (3/24/2020)
  79. Advice on how to improve broadband during coronavirus (3/23/2020)
  80. Preparations to support key workers through the provision of childcare (3/20/2020)
  81. Abergavenny’s Borough Theatre and museums to close temporarily (3/18/2020)
  82. Warning over fraudsters offering Coronavirus advice (3/18/2020)
  83. Abergavenny residential home chef to compete in national finals (3/17/2020)
  84. LDP Engagement Events (3/17/2020)
  85. Inspirational Monmouthshire women give workshops to students in Abergavenny (3/11/2020)
  86. Fairtrade Fortnight brings together children in Monmouthshire (3/10/2020)
  87. Replacement Local Development Plan 2018-2033 Preferred Strategy (3/10/2020)
  88. St Mary’s RC goes red to celebrate St David’s Day with school eisteddfod (3/10/2020)
  89. Council’s corporate plan receives makeover (3/9/2020)
  90. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (Tuesday 10th – Friday 13th March 2020) (3/9/2020)
  91. St Mary’s RC goes red to celebrate St David’s Day with school eisteddfod (3/6/2020)
  92. Monmouthshire County Council launches special recovery group in wake of unprecedented flooding (2/26/2020)
  93. Free drop-in surgeries will benefit local businesses going for growth (2/26/2020)
  94. Monmouthshire residents warned over rogue trader increase following flooding (2/26/2020)
  95. Council issues flood advice as clean-up operation continues (2/21/2020)
  96. Friday 21st February – Flooding and Road Updates (2/21/2020)
  97. Thursday 20th February – Flooding and Road Updates (2/20/2020)
  98. Tuesday 18th February – Flooding Updates (2/20/2020)
  99. Wednesday 19th February – Flooding updates (2/20/2020)
  100. Severe flood warning declared for Monmouth (2/20/2020)
  101. Tuesday 18th February – Flooding updates (2/20/2020)
  102. Monmouthshire Flooding road closure updates – Monday 17th February (2/20/2020)
  103. Press Release: Monmouthshire Continues to be Impacted by Storm Dennis – 18th February 2020 (2/20/2020)
  104. Current road closures in Monmouthshire (2/20/2020)
  105. Council begins major recovery operation following flooding (2/19/2020)
  106. Monmouth Town at risk from further flooding (2/17/2020)
  107. Storm Dennis Brings Unprecedented Water Levels to Monmouthshire (2/17/2020)
  108. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (Wednesday 12th – Thursday 13th February 2020) (2/12/2020)
  109. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (Monday 10th – Wednesday 12th February 2020) (2/10/2020)
  110. Monmouthshire service children benefit from new package of support (2/10/2020)
  111. Planning application approved for a vibrant community development and care home at Crick Road (2/7/2020)
  112. Low income households in Monmouthshire encouraged to apply for energy saving grants (2/5/2020)
  113. Monmouthshire apprentices kick-start social care careers at start of National Apprentice Week (2/3/2020)
  114. Council reaffirms its commitment to supporting Armed Forces (1/29/2020)
  115. Monmouthshire to get 15 new electric vehicle charge points (1/21/2020)
  116. Monlife awarded top accolade for supporting disabled people access sport (1/20/2020)
  117. Monmouthshire continues to fly the flag for Fairtrade (1/20/2020)
  118. Entrepreneurs in Monmouthshire urged to take the plunge in 2020 (1/10/2020)
  119. Monmouthshire is set to be an even better place to live, work and play with the MonLife launch (1/8/2020)
  120. Residents invited to have their say on Monmouthshire budget proposals (1/7/2020)
  121. Urgent need for foster carers in Monmouthshire in 2020 (1/6/2020)
  122. Recycling in Monmouthshire this Christmas 2019 (12/20/2019)
  123. Wishes of a ‘peaceful and prosperous’ New Year from Monmouthshire’s Chair (12/20/2019)
  124. Counselling service helps families celebrate loved ones at Christmas (12/19/2019)
  125. Council ‘overwhelmed’ by biggest ever Christmas Wishes gift appeal (12/19/2019)
  126. Monmouthshire County Council launches draft budget proposals (12/18/2019)
  127. Extreme disappointment as Council sees the worst budget settlement in Wales (12/16/2019)
  128. We’re dreaming of a green Christmas (12/13/2019)
  129. Doorstep caller warning from Monmouthshire Trading Standards (12/10/2019)
  130. Have you applied for your new style Bus Pass? (12/6/2019)
  131. Children in Monmouthshire welcomed to take on the Winter Reading Challenge (12/3/2019)
  132. Council ensures memorial stones safe at Llanfoist Cemetery (11/29/2019)
  133. New Welsh medium nursery opens its doors in Monmouth (11/29/2019)
  134. Free parking and local gifts in Monmouthshire this festive season! (11/29/2019)
  135. Garden waste collection service extension – two weeks extra to clear your garden waste! (11/28/2019)
  136. Market Hall, Abergavenny is ready for Christmas (11/20/2019)
  137. Additional advice sessions planned to help communities apply for European Settlement Status (11/18/2019)
  138. Monmouthshire Meals praised for building friendships and combating loneliness (11/14/2019)
  139. Draft Archaeology in Planning Advisory Note (11/8/2019)
  140. Monmouthshire’s outstanding citizens celebrated at GAVO awards ceremony (11/7/2019)
  141. Council launches ‘Christmas wishes’ gift appeal (11/6/2019)
  142. New generation of bronze sports ambassadors in Monmouthshire (11/6/2019)
  143. Primary school applications open from 6th November (11/6/2019)
  144. Council urges residents to act quickly to register right to vote (10/30/2019)
  145. Council publishes Corporate Plan Annual Report for 2018/19 (10/30/2019)
  146. Views sought from Gypsy, Traveller and Showpeople communities on pitches, plots and yards in Monmouthshire (10/30/2019)
  147. Gilwern library is on the move (10/29/2019)
  148. Views sought on sensory and communication service in South East Wales (10/29/2019)
  149. Recovery operation begins following Monmouthshire flooding (10/29/2019)
  150. Monmouth residential park residents asked to evacuate due to flood risk (10/28/2019)
  151. Monmouthshire County Council helps residents impacted by flooding (10/27/2019)
  152. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (28th – 29th OCTOBER 2019) (10/25/2019)
  153. Young people take a step back in time to celebrate National Democracy Week (10/22/2019)
  154. Help available to gain European Settlement Status (10/18/2019)
  155. Time travel and creepy crafts at Monmouthshire’s museums for half term (10/18/2019)
  156. Staff go red to support Hate Crime Awareness Week (10/18/2019)
  157. Council gets paws on top RSPCA accolade (10/16/2019)
  158. Monmouthshire waste staff praised after helping find lost engagement ring (10/14/2019)
  159. Council working with communities to bring big ideas to life (10/10/2019)
  160. Spooky half term fun for all the family (10/9/2019)
  161. Council to consult on new Welsh-medium school (10/9/2019)
  162. Trinkets and hidden gems to be discovered at Monmouthshire’s new recycle shop (10/7/2019)
  163. Residents asked to plan ahead as essential maintenance takes place on Gibraltar Tunnels (10/3/2019)
  164. Various Roads, Chepstow – Major Gas Works *UPDATE* (10/2/2019)
  165. Dog owners urged to ‘bag it and bin it’ (10/1/2019)
  166. Council delighted to win funding for more electric charging points (9/27/2019)
  167. Work to begin on the regeneration of Caldicot Town Centre (9/27/2019)
  168. Fireworks spectacular set to return to Caldicot Castle on November 3rd (9/27/2019)
  169. Half term fun for little ones at the Monmouthshire Games (9/26/2019)
  170. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (28th SEPTEMBER – 1st OCTOBER 2019) (9/25/2019)
  171. Parents advised to apply for secondary school places (9/25/2019)
  172. Council seeks views on Rights of Way Improvement Plan (9/24/2019)
  173. Public invited to share views on new vision for growth of Monmouthshire’s economy (9/24/2019)
  174. Council raises concerns as Free Swimming scheme funding takes a dive (9/24/2019)
  175. Funding boost to help with internet connectivity across Monmouthshire (9/24/2019)
  176. Council marquee helps celebrate 175th Anniversary of Usk Show (9/19/2019)
  177. Monmouthshire’s excellent foster carers celebrated at Usk Show (9/17/2019)
  178. Various Roads, Chepstow – Major Gas Works Imminent (9/12/2019)
  179. Monmouthshire families make memories this summer at council attractions (9/6/2019)
  180. Monmouthshire County Council returns for third year to Usk Show (9/6/2019)
  181. Monmouthshire County Council develop plans to reduce carbon emissions (9/6/2019)
  182. Monmouthshire becomes first UK council to move forward with GovTech Catalyst initiative to tackle rural isolation (9/6/2019)
  183. Passionate gardening volunteers needed to help people with dementia (9/3/2019)
  184. Abergavenny Town Centre’s new pedestrianised areas open (9/3/2019)
  185. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (31st AUGUST – 2nd SEPTEMBER 2019) (8/29/2019)
  186. Monmouth Leisure Centre to host feast of free fun family activities to mark first anniversary (8/28/2019)
  187. Students celebrate GCSE results (8/22/2019)
  188. School holiday ‘fun, friendship and food’ scheme hailed a success (8/22/2019)
  189. Monmouthshire Local Access Forum search for new members (8/19/2019)
  190. Excellent A-level and vocational results across Monmouthshire’s Schools (8/15/2019)
  191. Caldicot Castle to host Archery National Tour Finals (8/9/2019)
  192. Call for Volunteers at the 2019 Abergavenny Food Festival (8/7/2019)
  193. Jane Austen’s Sense & Sensibility outdoor theatre by The Pantaloons at Abergavenny Castle Wednesday 14 August 7pm (8/7/2019)
  194. Families encouraged to embrace the rain and make the most of Monmouthshire (8/7/2019)
  195. Council’s Grounds Team gets underway with new maintenance contract (8/5/2019)
  196. Caldicot Castle comes alive for Pride (8/2/2019)
  197. Monmouthshire County Council establishes new venture to support growth of Med Tech sector (8/2/2019)
  198. Tintern A466 update (7/31/2019)
  199. Raglan Primary pupils tackle social isolation with new community kitchen (7/29/2019)
  200. Monmouthshire’s Youth Service wins top award for promoting diversity and equality (7/22/2019)
  201. Explore Tintern and the Wye Valley this summer (7/22/2019)
  202. Monmouthshire’s Summer Reading Challenge has lift off! (7/22/2019)
  203. Monmouthshire attractions achieve international Green Flag Awards (7/18/2019)
  204. A466 Closure – St Arvans to Tintern (7/18/2019)
  205. Past and present staff celebrate 60 years of Abergavenny Museum (7/16/2019)
  206. Monmouthshire County Council is asking for feedback on the new Local Development Plan proposals (7/10/2019)
  207. Pupils set the agenda at Monmouthshire’s first Public Services Board Youth Forum (7/10/2019)
  208. Budding youngsters take over County Hall for a debate on the Welsh Language (7/9/2019)
  209. Views sought on proposed plans for Agincourt Square and Monnow Street (7/9/2019)
  210. Connecting people in Usk’s Newly-reopened Post Office (7/3/2019)
  211. Mon Life celebrates the outstanding contribution of volunteers (7/2/2019)
  212. Time to start planning fun adventures for children and young people this summer (6/28/2019)
  213. Leisure staff work with Fire Service to offer lifesaving advice (6/26/2019)
  214. Monmouth Comprehensive School hosts a sensational Gala Opening (6/25/2019)
  215. Council celebrates Gala opening of award winning 21st Century School (6/21/2019)
  216. Council warn over Council Tax refund scam (6/20/2019)
  217. Council celebrates Employability week 2019 (6/19/2019)
  218. Tintern open for business! (6/18/2019)
  219. Nominations open for Monmouthshire Volunteer Awards 2019 (6/18/2019)
  220. Trading Standards team offer scams advice (6/17/2019)
  221. School Transport Update – June 2019 (6/17/2019)
  222. Council joins the Refill Revolution! (6/14/2019)
  223. Consultants win contract to design innovative public space in Usk (6/13/2019)
  224. Disability gardening project brightens up offices and communities (6/10/2019)
  225. Flying Start staff hail Mon Leisure Physical Literacy training ‘Fantastic’ (6/7/2019)
  226. Monmouthshire County Council Budget Report (6/6/2019)
  227. Click here to see the European Parliamentary Election results 2019 (5/26/2019)
  228. Max returns to Caldicot Leisure Centre! (5/22/2019)
  229. Monmouthshire elects new Chairman (5/20/2019)
  230. Preparations for Thursday’s European Parliamentary Elections (5/20/2019)
  231. All aboard Tintern Old Station’s Booti-ful Boots event on 28th May (5/17/2019)
  232. Local businesses invited to National Employability Day 2019 (5/15/2019)
  233. Council wins Monmouthshire Housing Association maintenance contract (5/15/2019)
  234. Monmouthshire welcomes new pollinator project (5/10/2019)
  235. Change a future! Drop in and chat to Monmouthshire Foster Care Team (5/9/2019)
  236. Council introduces permits and part time closures at waste and recycling centres (5/8/2019)
  237. Views sought on electric charging points (5/2/2019)
  238. Office Closures over the Bank Holiday (5/2/2019)
  239. Council teams join forces with other organisations to raise dog fouling awareness (4/18/2019)
  240. Office Closures over the Bank Holiday (4/17/2019)
  241. Dementia-friendly café opens in Chepstow (4/16/2019)
  242. Council urges residents to act quickly to register right to vote (4/16/2019)
  243. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (19th – 21st APRIL 2019) (4/16/2019)
  244. Usk Hub welcomes local author for discussion evening (4/15/2019)
  245. Artwork installed to remember Monmouth’s Cattle Market (4/10/2019)
  246. Funding provides boost for Borough Theatre (4/9/2019)
  247. Monmouthshire offers Easter activities for busy youngsters (4/9/2019)
  248. Council’s intergenerational initiative boosted by housing association funding (4/9/2019)
  249. Matt displays his talent for art with Usk exhibition (4/5/2019)
  250. Council approves change to school admission and catchment areas (4/5/2019)
  251. Council works with housing charity Llamau to launch project tackling homelessness (4/5/2019)
  252. Monmouthshire attractions open their doors for summer (4/4/2019)
  253. Cymraeg for kids host Purple Party at Monmouth Leisure Centre (4/3/2019)
  254. Young people and councillors unite for democracy event (3/29/2019)
  255. Monmouthshire County Council Adult Disability team scoop prestigious award (3/27/2019)
  256. Council’s Community Partnership and Development Team listen to the Big Ideas (3/21/2019)
  257. Trading standards officers issue warning over council tax scam (3/21/2019)
  258. Staff develop skills to make a difference in Monmouthshire’s schools (3/20/2019)
  259. Council to take on parking responsibility from Gwent Police (3/19/2019)
  260. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (21st – 24th MARCH 2019) (3/19/2019)
  261. Event to offer support to Monmouth area volunteers and community groups (3/18/2019)
  262. Waste and recycling update: 12th March 2019 (3/12/2019)
  263. Council raises flag for Commonwealth (3/12/2019)
  264. Ideas welcomed by council’s Community Partnership and Development Team (3/12/2019)
  265. Young people design new library cards (3/11/2019)
  266. Chepstow community organisations gather to share networking opportunity (3/11/2019)
  267. Celebrating Inspirational Monmouthshire Women on International Women’s Day (3/11/2019)
  268. Monmouthshire County Council purchases Newport Leisure Park (3/11/2019)
  269. High call volumes in our contact centre (3/7/2019)
  270. Council works with local clubs to manage Abergavenny angling (3/5/2019)
  271. Abergavenny Library launches reading group for youngsters (3/1/2019)
  272. Council’s grounds teams provide boost for environment with mowing change (3/1/2019)
  273. Say Shwmae to Monty, Monmouthshire County Council’s new chatbot this St David’s Day (2/28/2019)
  274. Pupils name council’s new recycling fleet (2/26/2019)
  275. IT server issues RESOLVED (2/25/2019)
  276. Country market and half-term story session with a twist for Usk Hub (2/25/2019)
  277. Monmouthshire’s communities combine to back Fairtrade Fortnight (2/20/2019)
  278. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (20th – 23rd FEBRUARY 2019) (2/19/2019)
  279. Council has listened to residents and is considering Council budget changes (2/15/2019)
  280. Residents urged to register for garden waste collection (2/15/2019)
  281. Free training courses available in Monmouth and Abergavenny for aspiring entrepreneurs (2/14/2019)
  282. Monmouth celebrates launch of top quality leisure provision with new pool and health spa (2/14/2019)
  283. Cwtch up with a book at Caldicot Community Hub (2/11/2019)
  284. Time to Talk at Usk Hub (2/4/2019)
  285. Usk Hub features appearance by local author (1/25/2019)
  286. Monmouthshire launches first Welsh council chatbot (1/25/2019)
  287. Council to consult over proposed changes to school admission arrangements (1/25/2019)
  288. Council to consult over proposed changes to secondary school catchment areas (1/24/2019)
  289. Community hubs raise vital funds for Samaritans with a welcome Brew Monday cuppa (1/22/2019)
  290. Council plans evening meetings to talk budget (1/22/2019)
  291. Event to offer support to Monmouth area volunteers and community groups (1/21/2019)
  292. Community hubs to raise vital funds for Samaritans with a welcome cuppa (1/17/2019)
  293. Chepstow Community Hub to hold Holocaust Memorial Day event (1/17/2019)
  294. Council to offer wedding craft workshops at Usk Hub (1/17/2019)
  295. March on for recycling council rolls out glass box collection (1/15/2019)
  296. Council’s area committees to discuss budget and speed management (1/11/2019)
  297. Council to hold dementia engagement events (1/8/2019)
  298. Disability groups and older people welcomed to attend special Budget – Access for All event. (1/7/2019)
  299. Council seeks foster parents to positively change a child or young person’s life (1/2/2019)
  300. Chairman’s New Year message (12/31/2018)
  301. Free drop-in surgeries will benefit local businesses going for growth (12/31/2018)
  302. Knock out night for Caldicot’s new boxing club (12/31/2018)
  303. Supermarket’s support and generosity benefits local school (12/31/2018)
  304. Monmouthshire County Council budget engagement revealed (12/31/2018)
  305. Communities and councillors chip in to bring festive joy for vulnerable youngsters (12/24/2018)
  306. Council issues plans for Christmas and New Year (12/24/2018)
  307. Monmouthshire recognises part played by volunteers in council’s leisure and culture sector (12/24/2018)
  308. Council depot becomes classroom for Gilwern Primary Pupils (12/24/2018)
  309. Crafty council staff raise funds for mental health charity (12/20/2018)
  310. Council seeks views on the provision of toilets across the county (12/20/2018)
  311. Council seeks independent members to maintain standards (12/20/2018)
  312. Free drop-in surgeries will benefit local business going for growth (12/19/2018)
  313. Monmouthshire residents urged to reuse plastic bags to aid food waste recycling (12/14/2018)
  314. Can you help us to identify brownfield sites for consideration in the Replacement Local Development Plan? (12/12/2018)
  315. Monmouthshire primary school becomes first in Wales to gain Young Carers Award (12/11/2018)
  316. Government grant funding will provide boost to Monmouthshire active travel projects (12/10/2018)
  317. How to prepare for winter (12/7/2018)
  318. Abergavenny to hold bumper Christmas Artisan Market (12/6/2018)
  319. Council gathers GovTech final five to lift loneliness and improve transport in Monmouthshire (12/6/2018)
  320. County marks success of regional livestock centre (12/4/2018)
  321. Usk Hub to exhibit art students’ work (12/3/2018)
  322. Council to hold dementia engagement events (11/30/2018)
  323. Monmouthshire’s residents invited to join in county’s festive spirit (11/30/2018)
  324. Government uses innovative tech companies to tackle rural isolation and loneliness (11/29/2018)
  325. Celebrate Christmas at Monmouthshire’s community hubs and libraries (11/29/2018)
  326. Council’s Christmas tree recycling scheme comes to an end (11/29/2018)
  327. Voices heard as loneliness discussed at Monmouthshire Access for All Meeting (11/28/2018)
  328. Council enforces short-term car parking to benefit businesses (11/27/2018)
  329. Monmouth Community Hub hosts charity recorder performance (11/27/2018)
  330. Council provides free Christmas parking boost for Abergavenny, Chepstow and Monmouth (11/26/2018)
  331. Council seeks schools admission and exclusion panel members (11/26/2018)
  332. Usk Hub to run festive fayre (11/21/2018)
  333. Chepstow School event to counter effects of bullying (11/19/2018)
  334. Monmouth Community Hub to feature discussion with debut crime author (11/19/2018)
  335. Local poet to discuss her work at Usk Community Hub (11/13/2018)
  336. Teams work together to remove fly-tipping from beauty spot (11/13/2018)
  337. Council event to guide people seeking employment in care (11/13/2018)
  338. Usk Hub seeks festive stallholders for Christmas Fayre (11/12/2018)
  339. Campaigner Sara Payne to deliver talk at Monmouth Leisure Centre (11/12/2018)
  340. Monmouthshire parents advised to meet 14th January deadline to apply for 2019 reception class places (11/8/2018)
  341. Monmouthshire commemorates the contribution of brave service men and women (11/7/2018)
  342. Foster Care team on hand to meet and greet potential Foster Carers in Chepstow (11/5/2018)
  343. Local organisations plan for major emergencies with mock exercise (11/5/2018)
  344. Welsh SMEs set to benefit from Transport for Wales investment (11/5/2018)
  345. School dinner menu launches with a bang (11/2/2018)
  346. Council publishes annual well-being plan report (10/30/2018)
  347. Chepstow Leisure Centre officer recognised for saving life  (10/29/2018)
  348. Training and support workshops for budding businesses in Monmouth and Abergavenny (10/29/2018)
  349. Council to ask children and young people about library provision (10/25/2018)
  350. Monmouthshire offers half-term activities for busy youngsters (10/24/2018)
  351. Llanfoist Fawr Primary pupils gain valuable insight into Democracy (10/24/2018)
  352. Councillors inspire children to speak out during Local Democracy Week (10/23/2018)
  353. Monmouthshire Children Services Team host outward bounds day for youngsters (10/22/2018)
  354. Mentoring project helping Monmouthshire young people and adults into employment, education and training (10/22/2018)
  355. Chairman’s funding provides boost for two Welsh charities (10/19/2018)
  356. Caldicot Castle offers November 4th fireworks spectacular (10/19/2018)
  357. Council joins national body to raise issue of dog fouling on sports fields (10/18/2018)
  358. Chepstow schoolchildren join national body to combat scourge of litter (10/18/2018)
  359. Town will honour those who served in The Great War (10/17/2018)
  360. Young volunteering hero takes on The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge for BBC Children in Need (10/16/2018)
  361. Monmouthshire County Council is seeking views on proposals for the Cross area of Caldicot town centre. (10/15/2018)
  362. Road closures in Monmouthshire (8.55am, Monday, 15th October) (10/15/2018)
  363. Please take care while bad weather persists (10/12/2018)
  364. Council hosts first Trans Wellbeing Day for young people (10/12/2018)
  365. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (12th OCTOBER 2018) (10/11/2018)
  366. Hub to unveil book collection to aid people living with dementia (10/9/2018)
  367. Council to seek views on Caldicot regeneration (10/9/2018)
  368. County looks forward to Libraries Week (10/8/2018)
  369. Monmouthshire parents advised to meet 30th November deadline to apply for secondary school places (10/8/2018)
  370. Council broadens commercial property portfolio (10/4/2018)
  371. Training and support workshops for budding businesses in Monmouth and Abergavenny (10/2/2018)
  372. Monmouthshire ranks top out of 22 Local authorities in Wales (10/1/2018)
  373. Recycle Week: This is the year Monmouthshire said ‘We Do!’ (9/26/2018)
  374. Council staff help Monmouthshire Scouts craft poppies to remember fallen soldiers (9/24/2018)
  375. Llanfoist Fawr Primary gain an award for Inspirational Education (9/21/2018)
  376. Top award for Monmouthshire friendship project (9/20/2018)
  377. Monmouth Comprehensive opens its 21st Century School doors to pupils (9/19/2018)
  378. Monmouthshire welcomes childcare offer to help provide the best start in life (9/18/2018)
  379. Views on Countryside Access Management Requested (9/18/2018)
  380. Young artists needed to design new Monmouthshire library membership cards (9/14/2018)
  381. Communities welcomed to join Superfast Broadband discussion with Minister (9/12/2018)
  382. Crafting, Singing, Dancing and Sporting Fun at Usk Show (9/12/2018)
  383. University and Government to survey business on use of digital technology (9/5/2018)
  384. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (9th – 12th SEPTEMBER 2018) (9/5/2018)
  385. Council makes strides towards becoming a plastic-free county (9/5/2018)
  386. Monmouthshire County Council pavilion back by popular demand at Usk Show (8/31/2018)
  387. Foster Care team on hand to meet and greet potential Foster Carers in Usk (8/30/2018)
  388. Play workers and volunteers celebrated (8/28/2018)
  389. Council seeks residents’ views over recycling (8/28/2018)
  390. Exercise Jurassic Spark (8/28/2018)
  391. Monmouthshire’s GCSE students continue to work hard for excellent results (8/24/2018)
  392. Monmouth play scheme benefits from support by local partners (8/20/2018)
  393. Monmouthshire to offer warm welcome to cyclists Thomas and Froome (8/20/2018)
  394. Monmouthshire’s A-Level students achieve excellent results (8/16/2018)
  395. Council launches Usk health and social care service (8/14/2018)
  396. Monmouthshire’s sports programme firm favourite with county’s youngsters (8/13/2018)
  397. Council advertises theatre manager position (8/13/2018)
  398. HIGH TIDES – TINTERN (12th and 13th AUGUST 2018) (8/10/2018)
  399. Town’s leisure centre set to re-open (8/10/2018)
  400. Monmouthshire celebrates successful Youth Pride event (8/7/2018)