Severn tolls to be scrapped sooner than planned

Monmouth AM, Nick Ramsay, has welcomed an announcement from the Secretary of State for Wales, that the tolls on the two bridges crossing the River Severn will be abolished two weeks earlier than planned, on 17th December 2018.

AM calls for Gilwern embankment to be reassessed

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay is calling on the Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Ken Skates AM, to reassess the visual impact of the embankment on the A465 at Gilwern after receiving complaints from local residents.

Raglan Coffee Morning raises £500 for Macmillan

A well attended Coffee Morning held in St Cadoc’s Church, Raglan, on Friday, raised £500 for Macmillan.

The event, which included a raffle, was organised jointly by Raglan fund raiser and volunteer Beverley Jones and Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay.

AM welcomes good news for Usk Post Office

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay has welcomed news that the threatened closure of Usk Post Office has been averted and that the Bridge Street branch is to remain open, albeit with reduced hours.

Nick wears it pink for Breast Cancer Research

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay added a splash of pink to his usual attire to support Breast Cancer Now’s ”wear it pink fundraiser”, which will take place on Friday 19th October to raise money for vital breast cancer research.

AM hosts Drop In for Zimbabwean Chief

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay was the sponsor of a Love Zimbabwe Drop In event, held at the Welsh Assembly in Cardiff last Wednesday.

The event gave all AMs the opportunity to meet Chief Chinamhora who is visiting the UK and whose support has been integral to Love Zimbabwe’s development.

AM joins Chief Chinamhora at food festival march

AM joins Chief Chinamhora at food festival march

MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay joined Zimbabwean Chief Chinamhora and local schoolchildren for a march through Abergavenny during the town’s famous food festival on Saturday.

Join Youth Parliament, urges Monmouth AM

Join Youth Parliament, urges Monmouth AM

MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay is encouraging young people in his constituency to consider becoming a Welsh Youth Parliament Member.

AM asks for explanation for X-ray delays

MONMOUTH AM Nick Ramsay has asked the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board’s Chief Executive to explain why Chepstow patients have to wait so long before receiving results of X-rays.

Goytre residents fearful of crossing busy road, AM told

Monmouth AM Nick Ramsay has written to the Welsh Government Minister for Transport, Ken Skates AM, on behalf of residents of Goytre Fawr who are fearful of crossing the busy A4042 that runs through their village.