Projects than bring people into Monmouth could potentially receive a slice of a £15,000 fund.

Following a successful grant application by Monmouthshire County Council, projects that promote the town and bring people into Monmouth could be eligible for a share of the cash.The money comes from a Welsh Government scheme called Transforming Towns where local authorities can apply for a share from a £100m pot to help improve town centres and rejuvenate their high streets.The town council have until the end of October to provide suggestions as to where the money can go.Chair of the meeting and mayor, Cllr Terry Christopher proposed to add the discussion to the agenda of the next people and places meeting on October 11 and the next full council meeting on October 18, which was voted for.Cllr Richard Roden suggested approaching schools to see what schemes they think could use the assistance.Anyone who has a suggestion as to which projects may benefit from a cash boost are asked to get in touch with the town council.