Abergavenny’s new Community Hub opens

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Councillor Paul Jordan, Cabinet Member with responsibility for Community Hubs, Sheila Woodhouse, Chair of Monmouthshire Council and Cheryl Haskell, Community Hubs Manager outside the Town Hall.

Residents of Abergavenny will now be able to visit the new Community Hub located at the Town Hall.

 The new hub opened its doors on Monday for essential face-to-face council services.  Initially the facility will be opening with a reduced service and where possible residents are asked to self-serve still.

Opening hours will be Mondays to Thursdays 9am-1pm and 2pm-5pm, and Fridays 9am-1pm and 2pm-4:30pm.

Speaking about the opening of the Abergavenny Community Hub, Monmouthshire’s Cabinet Member with responsibility for Community Hubs, Councillor Paul Jordan commented: “We are delighted to be able to open this service in Abergavenny. Our Community Hubs play such a vital role in the community, not least for those without internet access, and we know people will look forward to being able to come in for their essential face-to-face enquiries, their recycling bags and to use the ‘Request and Collect’ library service.”

In addition to the usual council services, the Gwent Police service enquiries desk will also be located at the hub.

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