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24.10.2017 - Emails need to be updated for our members to receive group mail

Please ensure that your email settings allow to send mailbox if it is set as spam it will be rejected

20.10.2017 - Annual Reunion Lunch Sunday3rd December 2017

This year’s Reunion Lunch will be held at Ponthir Village Hall on Sunday 3rd December. The cost will be £10 pp for members and partners, guests will be charged £18 pp. We will meet at 12.30pm for lunch at 1pm. Please select one...[more]

16.06.2017 - Summer News Letter 2017

Please click on the file for the Summer 2017 Gwent Narpo Newsletter[more]

26.03.2017 - Gwent Narpo AGM Meeting Friday 7th April 2017

Ponthir Village Hall Ponthir Free Buffet and Drink for members and spouses/partners . Please contact or Dave Moses on 01633 669672 if your attending thanks

02.03.2017 - Police Widows Pensions for Life Petition

The campaign continues please support this the link is shown below [more]

02.03.2017 - Next Narpo Meeting

Ponthir Village Hall 10.30am Friday 3rd March 2017 [more]

24.01.2017 - Gwent Narpo Branch Winter Newsletter

Dear Members please find our Winter Newsletter full of useful information and advice for our members .[more]

21.06.2016 - Summer News Letter 2016

Full of help advice and social events for our members[more]

05.04.2016 - Gwent Narpo and St Josephs's Hospital

Special Discount Scheme for Gwent Narpo Members and their Spouses / Partners [more]

05.04.2016 - International Police Association South Wales Branch

Our friends at the IPA have kindly sent us their newsletter for everyone to see [more]

05.04.2016 - Gwent Narpo Spring Newsletter 2016

Jeff Smith has kindly composed our Spring Newsletter please click on the document to open it up [more]

28.02.2016 - Plutus Health Scheme Open to Gwent Narpo Members

Contact Details Kay Brussalis-Davis - mob: 07817737550   Tel: 01633 844883  email:[more]

11.03.2013 - Employment and Support Allowance - problems

As you may well know this Government are radically reforming the welfare system and welfare benefits in an effort to reduce the welfare burden on the state. Part of that reform was the staged migration of those in receipt of...[more]