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MS backs union’s call to tackle abuse faced by shopworkers

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MS visits Twite population

Read about Siân Gwenllian's visit to a north Wales Twite / Llinos y Mynydd population of Welsh Country here.

 

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MS reacts to Medical School announcement

Listen to Siân Gwenllian MS' interview on BBC Radio Cymru here.

 

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Concerns raised over Bangor electoral ward changes

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Africa Society praised for “vital work” during the pandemic

Siân Gwenllian, the Member of the Senedd (MS) for Arfon, recently visited the Bangor African and Caribbean Centre on the High Street, after they received a National Lottery Grant to continue “vital work” in the community.

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MS Siân Gwenllian reacts to study showing stark hunger figures

ARFON MS Siân Gwenllian has said ‘practical solutions’ are not being implemented after a new study regarding the UK’s ‘food insecurity’ revealed worrying results.

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Arfon MS Siân Gwenllian helps open Ogwen Valley community venture

The hub of a new project tackling community issues in the Ogwen Valley was officially opened by Arfon MS Siân Gwenllian on Friday.

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Siân Gwenllian: Why I think gender quotas are a necessary step for Welsh elections

Siân Gwenllian MS is Chair of the Senedd’s Cross-party Group on Women

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MS visits Maesgeirchen community group

Arfon MS Siân Gwenllian recently visited the Maes Ni community organisation to congratulate them on securing a substantial sum of money from the National Lottery Community Fund.

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Arfon MS Siân Gwenllian attends Bangor arts centre opening day

A new arts, culture and community hub at the Grade II listed former St Mary’s Church in Bangor opened its doors to the public yesterday.

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