AM attends Severn Growth Summit

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay joined around 350 delegates at a special Severn Growth Summit, organised by Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns and held at The Celtic Manor, Newport, on Monday.

AM seeks answers over A40 resurfacing delay

Local AM, Nick Ramsay, has sought answers from the Welsh Government, as to why money has been found to resurface stretches of the A55 in North Wales with modern low-noise ‘whisper tarmac’, despite Labour Ministers claiming there’s no such money for a similar resurfacing along the A40 in Monmouths

AM visits Monmouthshire Housing Association

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay visited Monmouthshire Housing Association on Friday, meeting up with Chief Executive John Keegan before enjoying a tour of the Association’s impressive new building at Nant Y Pia House, Mamhilad.

AM praises pupils' quilting tribute

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay has praised local schoolchildren for their work in creating a moving quilting tribute to mark the centenary of the end of the Great War.

AM enjoys Epiphany Supper

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay was delighted to join local parishioners and friends for the traditional Epiphany Supper, held in a festive looking St Cadoc’s Church. Raglan, last Friday.

AM welcomes cuts in tolls

The return to public ownership of the two Severn Bridges and the resultant cut in tolls, has been welcomed by Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay who said “This is an historic day, which is good news for motorists and for Monmouthshire’s economy.”

AM draws attention to ABI flood guide

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay is drawing constituents’ attention to advice from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) on how to minimise the risk of flood damage during the winter months.

Action on business rates

Businesses in Monmouthshire faced a double whammy of business rate increases last year and the impact on small businesses, particularly in the high streets of Monmouth, Chepstow, Abergavenny and Usk has been damaging.