HIGH STREET CHRISTMAS MARKET

         SUNDAY 16TH DECEMBER 2018

             Over 40 stalls..... 

 

 

                                                       A Nation Remembers....
     Chepstow Town Council as part of the national commemorations to the fallen of The Great War has installed a Memorial Bench in Hollins Garden, Bridge Street.

It is hoped that the bench will be somewhere for the community to quietly reflect on the sacrifice made by so many.  

Chepstow Town Council has signed up to
'Give Dog Fouling The Red Card'.
Dog Waste bags and a list of the Dog Waste Bins are available from the
Town Council Offices during office hours.



The Council
Chepstow Town Council is the grass roots voice of local government for Chepstow and comprises of 15 Councillors elected for four years.  The next election will be held in 2021 but by - elections may be held to fill vacancies occurring between elections.
Each year the council raises a "precept" on the council tax payers to cover the cost of running expenses and services provided.
In 2017/18 the precept will be £669,810.00 (costing the average council tax payer based on Band D  £121.81 per annum)

In Chepstow, the Town Council:
Provides major funding for the Citizens Advice BureauSupports the Bulwark Community Centre and the Drill HallProvides Summer floral displays and Christmas Lighting Underwrites the Round Table November Fireworks Spectacular and Chepstow CarnivalProvides funding for a summer playscheme for local children of primary school ageProvides funding for the Chepstow Festival and Two Rivers Folk FestivalSupports Chepstow Farmers MarketUndertakes the regular cleaning of the Town's War MemorialMaintains and undertakes improvement works to the historic Town Arch and GatehouseSeeks to improve problem unadopted areas throughout the Town.  Funds the pruning and replanting of Nelson Street car park and the bedding under the A48, community litter picking initiatives, the cleaning of unsightly "gum" from the town centre, the planting of bulbs in the Spring and, fruit trees in the Autumn.Makes grants to local community groups and organisations to facilitate a wide range of activities.  Recent funding has for example included parent/toddler and playgroups, Guide and Scout groups, youth football and rugby teams, senior citizens groups, Chepstow Town Band, the Severn Area Rescue Association and the  Severn Princess Restoration Group.Enhances services provided by Monmouthshire County Council including the provision of a new WC at Chepstow Bus Station, extended opening hours at Chepstow Museum. Comments on all planning applications in the town - Monmouthshire County Council then makes the final decision, taking into account our views.