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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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USDAW campaign – ‘Keep Your Cool at Christmas’

With the lead up to Christmas underway, Usdaw’s ‘Freedom From Fear Campaign’ aims to highlight and prevent violence, threats and abuse against shopworkers. Usdaw is a Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers, and their recent annual survey found that more than 300 shopworkers are abused or assaulted simply for doing their job every day.

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Maesgeirchen colourful flowerbed

A colourful flower bed was opened by Sian Gwenllian, Assembly Member at the entrance to Wales' third biggest housing estate at Maegeirchen, Bangor. 

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Local Authorities ‘bailing-out’ UK Government over Bedroom Tax

Local Authorities forced to pay Bedroom Tax on behalf of victims.

Plaid Cymru MP, Hywel Williams, has attacked the Tories for forcing local authorities to bail-out the UK Government over its ‘heinous’ Bedroom Tax policy.

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Calls for clarity regarding development proposals for Parc Bryn Cegin

Plaid Cymru Member of Parliament for Arfon Hywel Williams and Assembly Member Siân Gwenllian are calling for clarity regarding the progress of developments at the empty Parc Bryn Cegin in Bangor, over a year since local campaigners successfully lobbied the Welsh Government to market part of the 90 acre site for leisure purposes. 

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North Wales students endorse Arfon AM's call for Bangor Medical School

The budget deal agreed between Plaid Cymru and Labour at the National Assembly includes funding for developing a Bangor Medical School. This was confirmed by Arfon Assembly Member Siân Gwenllian who has been campaigning vigorously for the training of doctors in north Wales since her election five months ago.

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Community leaders continue to push for safe solution to bypass crossing concerns

The Welsh Government has indicated it favours providing a Toucan crossing at the Goat roundabout in Llanwnda once the new Caernarfon-Bontnewydd bypass is open; this despite vocal calls from the local MP and AM and cycling-walking groups for a much safer option such as a bridge or underpass.

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