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Llanbadoc Community Council represents the Monmouthshire communities of Llanbadoc, Monkswood and Glascoed. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month (apart from August) at 6.30pm at County Hall, The Rhadyr, Usk. You are very welcome to join us. Time is set aside towards the beginning of each meeting for members of the public to ask questions or raise any issues they have.

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News

Llanbadoc Island Improved car park access

December 5, 2019

Llanbadoc Community council are delighted to be one of many groups in Wales that were awarded a share of the National Lottery Awards for all Community Fund this year. Thank…

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Monmouthshire Draft Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP)

September 19, 2019

Message from Monmouthshire County Council … We have now produced a Draft ROWIP 2019-29 for public consultation and we would like your views to ensure that it meets the needs and expectations…

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New Concessionary Travel Cards for Wales

September 19, 2019

Information from Transport for Wales…. How to renew your bus pass on our new Concessionary Travel Card site. There’s plenty of time to apply: Your current pass is still valid…

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Notice of temporary closure of Llanbadoc Island car park

September 18, 2019

NOTICE OF TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF ACCESS ROAD AND CAR PARK AT LLANBADOC ISLAND The car park at Llanbadoc Island will be closed from 23rd September 2019 for approx. 3 weeks…

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Footpath improvements in Monkswood

September 18, 2019

The pathcare team have been busy this month, improving access on Llanbadoc Community Councils Walk 4 – Monkswood and the Usk Valley. Before and after photos shown here. If you…

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Pathcare Group Latest work

September 13, 2019

The Volunteer Pathcare Group have improved signage at the start of the Cefn Ila walk 6 following feedback from members of the public.  A small tree had fallen across the…

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