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Duffryn youth project given a boost by High Sheriff

A charity in Newport has had a £5000 boost from the Gwent High Sheriff's fund.

Film academy to open doors to young people in the school...

An award-winning film academy in Blaenau Gwent is opening its doors to children in the school holidays.

Pontypool Youth Project

I was pleased to be invited to the Pontypool Youth Project by young people who attended my Gwent Youth Question Time event in March.

Partnership approach to tackling off-road biking

I was recently invited to join a round table meeting to discuss off-road biking.

Operation Sceptre

This week Gwent Police is supporting Operation Sceptre, a national week of action to tackle knife crime.

Helping residents to secure their homes

Gwent Police’s Safer Streets team is hosting a crime prevention event for Blackwood residents on Saturday 20 May, 10am – 2pm, at ASDA Blackwood.

Gwent to receive £1 million to target domestic abuse...

Gwent will receive more than £1million from the Home Office to target perpetrators of domestic abuse.

Youth outreach scheme is tackling antisocial behaviour in...

A new youth outreach scheme is helping to tackle antisocial behaviour in Cwmbran.

Heddlu Bach join in the Big Help Out

Pupils from Overmonnow Primary School in Monmouth took part in a litter pick to support The Big Help Out.

Young people receive life-saving skills

Young people across Gwent have received training that could help them save lives in the event of a stabbing.

Litter picking in Abergavenny

My team recently joined partners involved in building the new police station at Abergavenny to litter pick the area.

Gwent Officer named Wales's rural and wildlife crime officer of...

I would like to congratulate Gwent Police officer, PC Mark Powell, who has been awarded 'All Wales rural and wildlife crime police officer of the year 2023'.