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Local representatives take action as Ardudwy residents voice opinion on new parking charges

Plaid Cymru Gwynedd Councillors in Ardudwy are delighted that discussions with officers have led to amendments to new parking charges introduced to Gwynedd long stay car parks.

Residents and business owners voiced concerns to Llanbedr Councillor, Annwen Hughes and Harlech’s newly elected Councillor, Gwynfor Owen regarding the new parking charges to the long stay car parks (band 2) at Y Maes, Llandanwg plus Min y Don and Bron y Graig Ucha at Harlech.

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Plaid Cymru Gwynedd gain the seat of Harlech and Talsarnau

Plaid Cymru Gwynedd have gained a new seat from the Independents in Gwynedd Council's By-Election last night (24 June 2021), as businessman Gwynfor Owen is elected as the representative for Harlech and Talsarnau Ward.

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Plaid Cymru county leaders call on the First Minister to take action on housing

All Plaid Cymru county council leaders have called on First Minister, Mark Drakeford, to take urgent action on housing solutions for local people.

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Bangor becomes First City in Wales to be Awarded ‘Plastic Free Communities’ Status as it Takes Action on Single-Use Plastic.

Bangor has become the first city in Wales to secure Plastic Free Community status by marine conservation charity, Surfers Against Sewage (SAS).

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Community pride key to keeping Dolgellau clean and tidy

“Community pride is key to keeping Dolgellau town clean and tidy,” says local Councillor Linda Morgan as people complain of dog mess at some locations within the town.

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Clinical Psychologist, Mother and Plaid Cymru Gwynedd Chair

Ten years on from being elected County Councillor for Glyder Ward in Bangor, Dr Elin Walker Jones is celebrating the fact that more women are now part of the team she steers as Chair of nearly 40 Plaid Cymru Councillors representing Gwynedd communities.

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183 Gwynedd empty properties back in use thanks to second home premium

Over the past three years, families and individuals have brought 183 of Gwynedd's empty homes back into use, through grants as a result of the 50% premium on second homes totalling nearly £3.5 million in financial investment.

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Poor internet connection detrimental to Croesor children and young people’s education

The lack of superfast internet connection is hampering the education of children and young people in the Croesor area of ​​Gwynedd, according to County Councillor Gareth Thomas.

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A basic income for every Gwynedd resident?

How could we, in Gwynedd, improve everyone’s health and well-being by providing a decent income that eradicates food banks, homelessness and mental health issues, asks Plaid Cymru Councillor Elin Walker Jones, Bangor? By investing in a Universal Basic Income (UBI) across Wales.

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Strong community voice to stand as Plaid Cymru Gwynedd’s representative at Llanrug By-election

Beca Brown from Llanrug chosen as Plaid Cymru’s candidate for Gwynedd Council’s Llanrug By-Election says: “It would be a privilege to follow in the footsteps of the late Plaid Cymru Councillor, Charles Jones.” 

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