This is likely to be the only opportunity you have to meet your candidates, ask them questions, and hear what they have to say. The candidates are (in alphabetical order):
Ian Chandler – Green Party Peter Fox – Conservative Hugh Kocan – Plaid Cymru Catrin Maby – Labour Nicholas Ramsay – Independent Jo Watkins – Lib Dem
The Hustings will be facilitated by Haydn Cullen-Jones, and he wants the questions that you want answers to. Please email them to email@example.com by noon on Tuesday 27 April.
Each candidate will make a brief opening statement. Haydn will then work through the questions, rotating the opening speaker, finishing each question by returning to the questioner if present and then opening discussion to the floor.
We look forward to seeing you for what promises to be a lively and interesting discussion. Here are the details for this Zoom event:-
We’re getting there! After a long cold winter of lockdown, it looks like we will be able to meet again next month but in the meantime we have a couple of Zoom events.
Join us at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 13 April for a Members’ Meeting. The idea is to have a bit of a catch up and get the latest on the Library of Things, Green Grow and Green Spaces, our participation in the Climate Future Festival, Plastic Free Monmouth and anything else you want to talk about. If you are new to Zoom, about 15 minutes before the start of the meeting, try clicking on the link below and if you have a problem ring me on 01600 715065. Details are:-
Then on Tuesday 27 April we will hold our Climate Future Hustings for the Senedd election on 6 May. At present the candidates are (in alphabetical order) Ian Chandler (Green Party), Peter Fox (Conservative), Hugh Kocan (Plaid Cymru), Nicholas Ramsay (Independent) and Jo Watkins (Lib Dem). All have been invited and we hope they will all be able to attend. Start thinking about the questions you would like to ask and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of the Hustings. We will send out further details nearer the time.
And your views, please, on a couple of things:-
Viridor is preparing a bid to Monmouthshire County Council for a contract to operate the recycling centres across the county. They would like to focus their attention on how they can support the local community and obtain a better understanding of the voluntary sector organisations and how they can be supported. For example DIY Clubs that could repurpose wood, craft clubs that could use unwanted textiles etc. We have asked for a Recycle Shop at Mitchel Troy, or preferably at a centre town location. Please email Grant Cummings with your requests/needs – GCummings@viridor.co.uk