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A new welcome for Gwynedd and Snowdonia tourists?

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Bring forward lasting solution to Eryri bottleneck says local MPs and MS.

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Urgent explanation needed about funding for The Arts say Plaid Cymru.

Following concerns around the amount of funding available to the arts industry following the £59 million announced by the UK Government, Plaid Cymru’s Shadow Culture Minister says Welsh Government must give clarification.

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Plaid Cymru responds to Finance Minister announcement to raise Land Transaction Tax threshold .

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Small-scale Snowdonia-based activity providers missing out on vital support.

Arfon MP and MS call on Welsh Government to provide freelancers and self-employed instructors with certainty.

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Urgent clarity sought on the reopening of Bangor High Street.

Plaid Cymru Member of the Westminster Parliament for Arfon Hywel Williams and Member of the Senedd Siân Gwenllian have called for an urgent progress update on work to reopen Bangor High Street, eight months after it was closed to traffic following a devastating fire.   

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50 days to get our children back to school safely.

Plaid Cymru responds to the news that all pupils will be able to return to school in September. 

 

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Local MS 'disappointed' with Penygroes factory owners.

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Announcement on schools reopening in September "needed now" - not before the end of term says Plaid Cymru

Plaid Cymru Shadow Education Minister Siân Gwenllian MS and Ceredigion Council Leader and WLGA deputy spokesperson on education Ellen ap Gwyn calls for announcement from Welsh Government on September schools reopening. 

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Charlotte Church and Catrin Finch amongst dozens of Wales' leading arts figures backing Plaid Cymru call for "solid leadership" on leading arts in Wales out of crisis.

Open letter to First Minister Mark Drakeford from Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price MS and Shadow Culture Minister Siân Gwenllian MS warns sector could collapse within a "month" without urgent action.

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