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New affordable housing development launched at Raglan

The new eagerly awaited Monmouthshire Housing Lys Cadoc development at Raglan was officially opened by Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay on Monday. Councillor Penny Jones was also in attendance at the opening event.

AM receives update on safety options for A466 Chepstow link road

MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay has received confirmation from the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Minister for Transport, Ken Skates AM, that the design development of a number of options to improve safety on the A466 link road at Chepstow is ongoing.

MONMOUTH AM to host visit of Salvadorean diplomat

DISTINGUISHED Salvadorean Parliamentarian and UN Ambassador Ruben Zamora will be the guest of Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay when he visits the Welsh Assembly on March 15th as part of a Romero Festival leading up to Romero Day on March 24th. 

AM supports GPs’ concerns over changes to computer systems

MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay has written to the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Health, Vaughan Gething AM, voicing local GPs’ dismay over proposed changes to their computer systems, which they claim would cause huge disruption to patient care.

AM pledges to work to end modern slavery

MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay joined fellow Assembly Members to sign a commitment to end modern slavery and human trafficking.

Held at The Senedd last Wednesday, the event was sponsored by Joyce Watson AM and supported by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent, Jeff Cuthbert.

Nick hails success of Love Zimbabwe student project

MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay was delighted to sponsor and attend a recent Love Zimbabwe event, celebrating the charity's student project, which has taken students from Lampeter University's Anthropology department to the Community Centre in Domboshawa, Zimbabwe.

Nick Attends Premiere of BBC’s New Requiem Drama

Local Assembly Member for Monmouth, Nick Ramsay, was delighted to attend last night’s premiere in Cardiff of the BBC’s new Requiem drama, a joint BBC/Netflix production.

This psychological thriller was filmed partly in Monmouthshire at Cefn Tilla, the former home of Lord Raglan.

AM welcomes record breaking employment figures

MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay has welcomed figures out today showing that the number of people claiming the key out of work benefits in the Monmouth constituency has fallen by 534, a 48% drop since 2010.