‘Get your skates on Ken' - Locals demand immediate action on delayed bypass
Plaid Cymru Arfon’s Hywel Williams MP and Siân Gwenllian AM joined a large turnout of local residents and campaigners in Bontnewydd at 8.00am this morning (Monday 30.04.18) to repeat calls for the Welsh Labour Government to confirm a start date for the Caernarfon Bypass.
National living wage for all Gwynedd Council staff
Plaid Cymru Gwynedd welcomes the recent announcement of an agreement on increases in Local Government employees' wages. This means that Gwynedd Council employees will receive a national living wage or more from 1 of April 2018.
Plaid MP calls for proper redress for victims of Home Office target chasing
Plaid Cymru MP for Arfon Hywel Williams has called on the Home Secretary to provide immediate redress to those not of the Windrush generation subjected to intimidation and target chasing by the Home Office.
Victory for Plaid Cymru’s free sanitary provision campaign
Plaid Cymru has today welcomed the announcement that Rhondda Cynon Taf council will begin introducing free sanitary products in the county borough’s secondary schools following the council cabinet approving all of the recommendations outlined in a report by the Children and Young People's Working Group Chaired by Plaid Cymru Councillor Shelley Rees-Owen regarding sanitary product provision in Rhondda Cynon Taf’s schools. The report was the direct result of a campaign led by Plaid Cymru and Rhondda Cynon Taf councillor Elyn Stephens’s campaign to eradicate period poverty and ensure free universal sanitary product provision in schools.
Development money for two cycling initiatives Cymru
Arfon Assembly Member congratulates local campaigners on securing development money for two cycling initiatives Cymru
Don’t bomb Syria!
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Victory for Plaid’s sanitary provision campaign
Plaid Cymru today welcomed the announcement of over a million pounds worth of funding for tackling period poverty, following a grass roots campaign led by the Party in Rhondda Cynon Taf.
Cabinet Member refuses meeting with Assembly Member over over fishing restrictions on Welsh rivers
Arfon Assembly Member Siân Gwenllian today expressed her surprise and disappointment at the news that Lesley Griffiths AM and Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs had declined her request for a meeting to discuss the new fisheries bylaws, which if implemented, will bring significant fishing restrictions for the majority of Welsh rivers.
Plans for super car park in Arfon village shelved
Plans to build a 110 space car park in an Arfon village have been scrapped, the local MP and AM can reveal.
Success for Plaid Cymru Bangor’s campaign in opposing 366 new homes at Pen-y-Ffridd
Local residents and Plaid Cymru Bangor are celebrating today as their campaign to oppose the development of 366 new homes at Pen y Ffridd, Bangor has been successful!