Non-statutory Services Theme
Aim of this project
The project identified non-statutory areas of activity significant to the rural community in the Vale of Usk by focussing on five separate communities, four in Monmouthshire, one in Newport. The research exercise serves as a vehicle to draw out ideas and proposals for support and also identified individuals and organisations who might give leadership to development initiatives funded under the Vale of Usk Local Development Strategy.
Total cost of the project
The complete from the study is available to download below here:
A summary and recommendations presentation made to a meeting on the 26th April is available here:
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