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Monmouthshire County Council are pleased to announce that the Nature Isn’t Neat is returning for 2024. Nature Isn’t Neat promotes the benefits of letting nature do its thing in green…

If you have ever thought of growing your own produce, either for you and your family, or for a community group, then there’s an event coming up that could be…

Monmouthshire County Council has received funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the…

The climate emergency has seen flooding become a recurring and increasing challenge for communities who live alongside waterways and rivers. The Flood Management team at Monmouthshire County Council is currently…

The Gwent Green Grid partnership has just announced that it has been awarded almost £1million by the National Lottery Heritage Fund in Wales to promote resilient ecological Nature Networks in…

As part of the Welsh Government’s Active Travel Fund 2023/24, Monmouthshire County Council has received £6.99million for this financial year, the highest allocation in Wales. This comes after successive years…

Garden compost is great for growing your own fruit and vegetables which taste better and can save money, that’s the message for International Composting Awareness Week (May 7th-13th). To get…

Last week, teams from Monmouthshire County Council, Keep Wales Tidy (KWT) and Melin Homes held a spring clean on the green at Hillside in Abergavenny. The Reuse shop from Llanfoist…

The Gwent Green Grid is hosting a ‘Greater Gwent Goes Wild’ event for all the family on Saturday 20th May, 2023. The free, nature-inspired event will take place in Abergavenny’s…

Llangattock Litter Pickers and staff from Monmouthshire County Council and Powys County Council came together on Thursday (23rd March) for a community clean up the local area as part of…

Monmouthshire’s first Library of Things opens its doors in Monmouth on April 1st. It allows people to borrow things that they need but don’t own, saving money and space in…

Monmouthshire’s streets should become even safer as 20mph zones are being introduced by Monmouthshire County Council this month. The first of these projects will see Abergavenny, Llanfoist, Magor, Undy, Caldicot,…

Plans for a new velo park at Llanfoist, Abergavenny were discussed at Monmouthshire County Council’s meeting of full cabinet on Wednesday 2nd March. The project would help provide facilities for…

To celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight 2022 schools and communities across Monmouthshire will be holding a range of events and activities to help people learn more about Fairtrade and climate change, the…