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Rethink urged over dementia ward closure

Proposals to close a 15-bed dementia ward in Chepstow should be delayed until the completion of Gwent’s new £350m super-hospital in 2021, an MP has urged.

Broadband woes for Llangattock Lingoed

Built by the King of Mercia and sat in glorious countryside on the Offa’s Dyke path, The Hunters Moon Inn is the focal point of Llangattock Lingoed.

Young Chepstow angler reels in award

Twenty-four young anglers from across the UK have been recognised at the House of Commons in the Fishing for Schools Champions Awards – and Monmouth MP David Davies was on hand to congratulate Josh Wall from Mounton House School in Chepstow.

Costain losing public support

Monmouth MP David Davies has warned that the contractor responsible for dualling the A465 Heads of the Valleys road between Gilwern and Brynmawr is rapidly losing the support of the public.

Caution urged over transgender law concerns

Plans to allow people to change their legal gender without a medical diagnosis and broadening access to sex-change drugs for children should be met with extreme caution, an MP has said.

Cadets v MP Challenge

Army cadets have put a local MP through his paces after accepting a fitness challenge to see if experience or youth would win.

David Davies threw down the gauntlet to Gwent and Powys Army Cadet Force (ACF) in a battle of five physical training exercises against the clock.