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Caldicot (Welsh: Cil-y-Coed) is a small town in Monmouthshire, South East Wales, located between Chepstow and Newport, just off the busy M4/M48 motorway corridor. It adjoins the Caldicot Levels, on the north side of the Severn estuary. It has easy access by motorway and rail to Cardiff, and across the Second Severn Crossing, old Severn Bridge and railway tunnel to Bristol. It is known for its medieval castle.

Croeso i’n gwefan

Mae Cil-y-coed yn dref fach yn Sir Fynwy, de ddwyrain Cymru. Mae wedi ei lleoli rhwng Cas-gwent a Chasnewydd, ger coridor traffordd prysur yr M4/M48. Mae’n cydffinio â Gwastadeddau Cil-y-coed ar ochr ogleddol Môr Hafren. Mae ganddi fynediad rhwydd ar draffordd a rheilffordd i Gaerdydd ac ar draws Ail Groesfan Hafren, yr hen Bont Hafren a’r twnnel rheilffordd i Fryste. Mae’n enwog am ei chastell canoloesol.

Annual Meeting 2022

Caldicot Town Council Elected the Mayor and Deputy Mayor at the Annual Meeting 2022.

Caldicot Town Council Mayor for 2022/23 is Cllr Maxine Mitchell

Deputy Mayor for 2022/23 is Cllr Frank Rowberry 

Town Council approved the  Hybrid Meeting Protocol 

The protocol has been developed to ensure safety, security and assurance for attendees, both remote and in person.  It demonstrates the Town Council commitment to openness, transparency and integrity of those attending meetings.