Find out about planned roadworks at Monmouthshire County Council's website Monmouthshire Roadworks or on Facebook
We need your opinions!
We have had a request from the Rogiet
Community Junction group who currently run the Rogiet Community Café, to ask us
to consider whether the land adjoining the Sports Pavilion at the end of
Westway could be used for a community shop.
The land has a restrictive covenant on it, stating that use of the land
is limited to leisure and sports for the people of the community and this would
need to be lifted to progress the proposal. We are therefore required to canvas the community for views on the
If you have any thoughts
please contact the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or by post at 3 Seymour Way, Magor, NP26 3GF
ideally by Monday 10th June 2019.
Rogiet Community Council on Facebook!
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Appointment of new Clerk
The position of Clerk to the Community Council became available in April 2019 and Catherine Baker was appointed. Maureen Williams remains with Rogiet Community Council as our Responsible Financial Officer.
Events in Monmouthshire
A selection of events in the area in the coming months... (Follow links for details and prices, and for a full list of events see Visit Monmouthshire)
The Living Levels (July-Dec events booklet)
"The Living Levels Landscape Partnership (LLLP) has come together to deliver a programme of work which will promote and reconnect people to the heritage, wildlife and wild beauty of the historic landscape of the Gwent Levels.
The Programme seeks to conserve and restore the important natural heritage features of the area, to develop a far greater appreciation of the value of the landscape and finally to inspire people to learn about and participate in the heritage of the Gwent Levels. A £2.5 million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund will help us lever in further funding and deliver a £4 million scheme over the next 3.5 years.
Our Scheme covers an area of 225km squared extending from Cardiff and the River Rhymney in the west to Chepstow on the River Wye in Monmouthshire to the east. Predominantly low-lying agricultural land, criss-crossed with an intricate network of drainage channels and field ditches, the project area also includes the inter-tidal zone of saltmarshes, mudflats and sands that are revealed at low tide along the northern coastline of the Severn Estuary within Wales."
See the Living Levels website for more information about the Gwent Levels and activities and events for all.
More events in Monmouthshire...