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AM Supports 'Raise the Roof' Quiz at Raglan

Local Assembly Member for Monmouth, Nick Ramsay AM, was once again the quizmaster at the “Raise the Roof “fundraising quiz and supper held at The Beaufort in Raglan last night.

AM Pays Christmas Visit to Nevill Hall Sound

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay dropped in to visit Nevill Hall Sound on Wednesday evening this week for the Dave Holman Christmas Special.

Nick is a keen supporter of the radio station, and is looking forward to helping the team develop in 2018 with some exciting new projects in the pipeline.

AM visits Baffled Riverside Park residents

Local AM Nick Ramsay visited residents of Monmouth’s Riverside Park this week as they remain baffled by the Welsh Government’s decision to refuse planning permission for the popular Hotel and Spa on the Wye development project that had been planned for Monmouth.

Home schooled children need to be monitored, says Monmouth AM

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay has asked the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Education, Kirsty Williams AM, what the potential was to ensure that children under the age of five “don’t slip through the gaps”, whether they are in conventional or home schooling.

AM visits Usk Information event about Upgrade of Gas Network

Local AM Nick Ramsay visited the event held by Wales and West Utilities on Tuesday afternoon at The Three Salmons Hotel, Usk to learn more about the work due to start in the town next February to upgrade the gas network.

More support needed for Monmouthshire businesses, says Monmouth AM

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay has given a cautious welcome to the Welsh Government’s proposed new permanent small business rates relief scheme, which will limit the number of properties eligible for small business rate relief to two per business in each local authority, preventing larger business and n

AM enjoys tour of new Morrisons' building

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay was delighted to join the Mayor of Abergavenny, Cllr David Simcock, for a tour of the new Morrisons’ building, which is now nearing completion.

AM calls for better public transport links

Public transport proposals for Wales must have power and not be just a talking shop, Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay said during a recent debate on the importance of developing a modern public transport network to relieve pressure on the road network.

AM Concerned About Gas Pipe Upgrade Work Planned for Usk

Monmouth Assembly Member Nick Ramsay has been contacted by Usk Town Council and constituents who have great concern about the proposed upgrade of the gas pipeline in Usk which they have only very recently been informed about.

AM Enjoys Raglan's Christmas Market

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay was pleased to have been able to attend an excellent Christmas market held in the function room of The Beaufort, Raglan, last Wednesday.