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AM accepts 5,000 name business rates petition

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay has accepted a petition signed by over 5,000 people calling for changes to the planned business rates revaluation, which is set to sting many high street businesses in the new financial year.

Nick takes part in Save a Life session

Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay was among those taking part in a ‘Save a life’ short learning session, held at the Senedd, last Wednesday.

The event was sponsored by Suzy Davies AM, and promoted by Cardiff City Youth Council and the British Red Cross. 

Nick unveils new murals at Raglan Parc Golf Club

Six new murals adorning the underpass to Raglan Parc Golf Club were officially unveiled on Saturday by Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay.

The murals, which include a series of caricatures and golf scenes, were painted by local artist Lyn Crossman, and were commissioned by the Board last year.

AM presses Minister for Chepstow site meeting

Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay is pressing the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Ken Skates AM, for a site meeting to discuss serious concerns about Chepstow’s infrastructure.

Nick supports Message in a Bottle campaign

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay has this week, at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay, thrown his weight behind this year’s 10th anniversary WWF-Cymru Earth Hour celebrations, which includes a special ‘Message in a Bottle’ campaign, demonstrating the strength of feeling across Wales for climate change action.

AM dismayed by NatWest closure

Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay said he was dismayed to learn that Monmouth’s NatWest branch is set to close on October 3rd, one year after opening hours were cut to save money.

Nick urges constituents to get a smart meter intalled

After learning more about the benefits of smart meters at the Conservative Spring Forum conference, Nick Ramsay AM is calling on the people of Monmouthshire to contact their energy supplier about installing their smart meter.