Welcome to Monmouth Gov UKThe market town of Monmouth, situated on the South Wales border, by the banks of the River Wye.
The town has historic connections with early Roman and medieval times, and its most famous sons are Henry V and Charles Rolls, of Rolls-Royce fame. With a current population of 10,000 it has easy access to Cardiff, Bristol and the Midlands via motorway links.
The web site contains current Town Council Agendas and Minutes, detailed histories, information about local Clubs and Organizations, and a contacts page for your convenience.
The Mayor and the Town Councillors invite you to learn more about their town and hope you will visit Monmouth in person in the near future.
Congratulations to these winning entries in the “Monmouth: Mucky or Magnificent?” photographic competition.
There were many entries and thank you to all who took part, the response and quality of entries was fantastic.
Winners and pictures are: ... See "More" for details and large pictures ...
Tenders are invited for the Town Maintenance contract managed by Monmouth Town Council. Duties will include regular inspection and maintenance of the Drybridge play area, the Town field (next to the Rowing Club), benches owned by Monmouth Town Council, lifebelts, and other duties on an ad hoc basis.
The contract will run from 1st July 2013 until 30th June 2016.
The deadline for the receipt of tenders is 31st May 2013.
A sample contract is listed in publications. For more information contact the Town Clerk.
This year's Mayor's Spectacular is taking place on Thursday 2nd May, 7pm at HMSG, Monmouth,
A family evening of variety with something for everyone.
The show begins at 7pm, at the Monmouth Haberdashers School for Girls, with tickets at £7 adults, £5 children, being available from Posies Florists in St Thomas' Square, and the Nelson Museum in Priory Street.
Please come and enjoy the show and at the same time support the Mayor's Charities -ABF The Soldier's Charity, Monmouth Mobility, and Supporting the Needs - Overmonnow Special Needs Unit
Community grants -2012/13 scheme has now been closed for this year.
However, there is now a new scheme, for Larger Community Projects in Monmouth, with closing date of 1st April.