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Caernarfon MP slams NatWest for abandoning popular town centre

Plaid Cymru MP for Arfon Hywel Williams has accused NatWest of abandoning their loyal customers as the bank confirmed plans to close their Caernarfon branch next year.

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Plaid Cymru Arfon launch the Reverse Advent Calendar

Winter is an especially difficult time for families on low incomes as they are often faced with a stark choice between heating or eating.

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Arfon Assembly Member opens new Arts Centre in Llanberis

New community arts centre Y Festri in Llanberis was officially opened by Arfon Assembly Member Sian Gwenllian, with more than 300 local people and arts organisation representatives in attendance.

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Plaid Cymru push for UK mobile data expansion

Amendments to the Digital Economy Bill will tackle ‘not-spots’ and allow network roaming in the UK

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Siân Gwenllian AM supports ‘live fear free'

Friday the 25th of November is International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and to mark the date, Arfon’s Assembly member Siân Gwenllian visited a centre that runs a national help line, Live Fear Free, located in the Arfon constituency.

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Medical consultants endorse Arfon AM's call for Medical School in Bangor

Arfon Assembly Member Siân Gwenllian’s campaign to have a Medical School established in Bangor is gathering momentum and support. Following the endorsements of two medical students last week two highly respected consultants have given their names to the campaign. Dr Rhys Davies is a Consultant Neurologist at Walton, Liverpool; and Mr Phillip Moore is a Consultant Surgeon at the Ear, Nose and Throat Department at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor.

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Further delays to A55 flood prevention scheme 'unacceptable' say local AM and MP

Plaid Cymru Member of Parliament for Arfon Hywel Williams and Assembly Member Siân Gwenllian have called on the Welsh Government to provide a full explanation as to why planned measures to prevent repeated flooding on the A55 in Abergwyngregyn have still not begun.

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Cross-party calls on Government to redress cavity insulation scandal

Victims of botched scheme met with hostility and indifference claims campaigning MP.

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Arfon MP to hold special advice surgery to help constituents with water bills

Water customers could save up to £250 on bills.

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Petition: Bangor Medical School

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