A Welsh Brexit Party MEP has opened a new office in Blackwood.
James Wells MEP, who was elected to the European Parliament in May, opened the new office on Wednesday, August 28.
Members of the public and supporters of the Brexit Party were invited to the opening event.
The office, located on the High Street, used to be occupied by Haining and Wright Insurance Services.
Mr Wells resigned from his role as head of UK trade at the Office for National Statistics to stand in the European elections.
He was placed second on the his party’s list, behind fellow MEP and former UKIP AM Nathan Gill.
Mr Wells has recently been confirmed as the Brexit Party’s parliamentary candidate for Islwyn – the seat currently held by Labour MP Chris Evans.
Mr Wells said: “As a Member of the European Parliament for Wales and a local resident of Islwyn I could think of nowhere better to set up my office than my local town of Blackwood.
“I am a passionate local representative who wanted to set up my office in a community where my children are educated and I could not think of a better way to pay back the constituency I love than to open my European Parliamentary office here.”