28th February 2018 Monmouthshire County Council has agreed to regain ownership and control of Abergavenny’s Borough Theatre following a decision taken at today’s (Wednesday, 28th February) cabinet meeting. Talks between the council and the Borough Theatre (Abergavenny) Trust paved the way for the termination of the current management agreement entered into by both parties when the trust was set up
Alun Cairns: “The reduction in tolls represents a major step forward in further spurring the Welsh economy”.
The Savoy Theatre Monmouth gears up to celebrate 90 years of Variety this March.
A new guide for visitors to the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean has been launched by Wye Valley and Forest of Dean Tourism with a distinctly maritime theme.
Switched on buyers who purchase a new home now could save substantially by beating new tax rules.
Non Kinsey answers your questions on buying from a relative, switching mortgage lenders and obtaining a freehold for your property.
Monmouthshire County Council’s cabinet members have visited Monmouth’s Chippenham Mead children’s play area to inspect the site which is due to benefit from investment following recent housing developments. Original proposals to renew the existing play area are opposed by some who want the play area relocated to a more environmentally suitable part of Chippenham Mead. Meanwhile, other residents are opposed
In a competitive property market, property dressing expert Shelly Robinson of Robinson Stone explains how to achieve the quickest and most desirable sale of your property.
Our homes are as individual and unique as we are. Each family home will have different requirements for the perfect front door, depending on style, security requirements and functionality.
Rhiannon Blackaby, Residential Property Solicitor at Harding Evans Solicitors in Newport answers your property questions on Japanese Knotweed, New Builds, selling flats and more.
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