Caerleon Neighbourhood Meetings are back again

  • The year got off to a good start in Caerleon, with the re-establishment of Neighbourhood Meetings.

    The previous ConDem administration at the Civic Centre had tried to abolish them. But Labour’s victory last May meant that they were re-instated – giving local people the chance, once again, to air their views to councillors, council officials and representatives from other public bodies.

    This month’s meeting was held at Lodge Hill Junior School. Councillors gave an update on the Local Development Plan. Officials from the Aneurin Bevan Health Board gave an interesting and informative talk aboout proposed changes to hospital services, now that work is starting on the Specialist and Critical Care Centre at Llanfrechfa.

    Representatives from the police gave an update on what they are doing in the area. And Community Safety Wardens gave an account of their “Bag It And Bin It” campaign.

    Those who attended agreed that they want the meetings to continue, and advertisements for further quarterly meetings will be placed on notice boards.


    February 3rd, 2013 | Caerleon Labour | Comments Off on Caerleon Neighbourhood Meetings are back again |

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