Caerleon councillors have been informed that archaeological works arranged by the university will be starting on the Caerleon university site on Monday. This is part of the archaeological evaluation that will be included in the Environmental Statement to be submitted with a future planning application. Positions of trenches, etc have been agreed with the Glamorgan […]Read More
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| Council News, Latest News, News, News Archive | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Archaeologists move on to the Campus site
| News Archive | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Steve takes a novel approach to the problem of drugs taking in athletics
Caerleon Labour Party member Steve Howell has written a thriller which explores the problem of drug taking in the world of athletics. Over the Line tells the story of how the ambitions of Megan Edwards, Britain’s poster girl for the 2016 Olympics, are threatened by a drugs scandal and a police investigation into the steroid-linked […]Read More
| News Archive | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Caerleon Labour Christmas Coffee morning. Our MP wins the quiz!
Caerleon Labour’s annual coffee morning once again brought elected members, friends and members of the public into the Town Hall for a seasonal get together. Paul Flynn MP showed what he is made of by winning the general knowledge quiz. Hopefully, with the general election coming up, it’s a good omen! Stephanie O’Sullivan, winner of […]Read More
| News Archive | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on It’s that time of year again!
The Goldcroft Common Christmas tree is up – and the lights are on. This year’s preparations have been organised by Councillor Paul Huntley and the tree and lights have been purchased with the allowances of Councillors Huntley, Gail Giles and Cliff Suller. In the run up to Christmas there’ll be the annual Caerleon Labour Party […]Read More
| News Archive | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Caerleon Labour Party nominate Gail and Jayne
Caerleon Labour Party have backed Councillor Gail Giles and Jayne Bryant in the search for a successor to Rosemary Butler AM – who retires from the National Assembly in 2016. Each branch is entitled to send two names forward to the final selection process which takes place on December 13th. Newport West CLP agreed to […]Read More
| News Archive | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Our autumn newsletter – roads, schools, university campus and more
Our latest edition of Caerleon News is now being distributed throughout the ward. A big thank you to our colleagues and comrades from other wards who have been braving the rain to help us deliver Caerleon News. It features the welcome news that a whopping £274,125 has been spent on Caerleon’s key roads. There’s also some […]Read More
| News Archive | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Caerleon Labour members challenge tabloid lies
Two Caerleon Labour Party members have been challenging tabloid journalists in London over the way they write about the Welsh NHS and the EU. Max Perkins (Caerleon Labour Party chair) and Steve Howell are both former journalists living in Caerleon with well over fifty years journalistic experience between them. Steve is a regular columnist with […]Read More
| News Archive | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Polling station in Home Farm/Roman Reach needs a new home!
Can you help? The designated polling station for Home Farm and Roman Reach over the last few years is no longer available, which means that voters in next May’s General Election could have to travel to Lodge Hill School to vote. Caerleon Labour Party have written to Newport City Council’s Electoral Registration Manager to express […]Read More
| News Archive | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Caerleon Labour Summer Party – the sun shone on us!
A great event on the riverside at Nailery Cottage – the tide’s turning for Labour! .Read More
| News Archive | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Police aim to minimise disruption at NATO summit
A packed meeting in Caerleon Town Hall, organised by Councillor Paul Huntley and attended by Councillors Gail Giles and Cliff Suller, heard that Gwent Police hope to keep disruption for residents and local businesses to a minimum. Inspector Mike Richards, from the local division, explained that they were expecting 150 VIPs, 5,000 delegates and 1500 […]Read More