Plaid Councillors pay homage to local people and community group, Pobl
At a recent public meeting at Llanbedr, Ardudwy, two local county councillors paid homage to the local people and community group, Pobl, for their continued lobbying, organisational work, correspondents and meetings to put pressure on the Welsh Government and Westminster to find a solution to the traffic issues facing the village. Councillors are urging local residents to support 'Pobl' who has arranged a Llanbedr protest walk at 11am, this coming Saturday, 25 of March starting from the southern side of Llanbedr village.
Canolfan y Fron receives £3,000 to distribute food to the residents of Tryfan Ward
Canolfan y Fron near Caernarfon, Gwynedd is delighted to be awarded £3,000 to prepare hot food to residents living in Tryfan Ward. The money will allow the community centre to distribute up to 40 two course meals, for FREE, once a week.
UK Government’s economic community investment is chaotic, arbitrary and ad-hoc, says Plaid’s Gwynedd Leader
Speaking ahead of Gwynedd Council’s Cabinet meeting this week in relation to the UK Government’s Levelling Up fund, Plaid Cymru Gwynedd Leader, Dyfrig Siencyn (pictured) said:
“We are appreciative of the money we have received for the ‘Llewyrch o’r Llechi’ Slate Valleys scheme as part of the UK Government’s Levelling Up fund.
Investing in the Welsh language and education at Eifionydd
Welsh language and education is top of the agenda in Eifionydd as the village of Chwilog prepares for further investment at the local school.
The community of Chwilog, near Pwllheli and the surrounding areas are preparing for an increase in numbers at the school, as more investment in housing for local people gives families the opportunity to thrive in the area.
Safeguarding the Air Ambulance at Dinas Dinlle would be the best Christmas gift for Gwynedd residents
At the recent full council meeting in Gwynedd (Thursday 1 December), the Councillor who represents Dinas Dinlle residents, Llio Elenid Owen, was unanimously supported in her call to protect the Air Ambulance service in Gwynedd.
The people of Gwynedd deserve better than one of the worst rail services in Europe
At a meeting of the full council in Caernarfon today (Thursday, 1 December) Councillor Huw Rowlands who represents the residents of Llanwnda on Gwynedd Council is calling for the support of his fellow councillors to push for improving the area's train services and standards.
Porthmadog meeting and joint letter highlights concerns re Wales Air Ambulance review
A letter from Plaid Cymru Gwynedd representatives recognising the “invaluable and crucial emergency medical service” provided to the people of Gwynedd by Wales Air Ambulance (WAA) is calling for answers to people’s concerns regarding a review of the service and the future of its base near Caernarfon.
Prince of Wales title should be abolished to the history books, says Gwynedd Councillor
A Plaid Cymru Councillor is calling on his Gwynedd colleagues to support his notice of motion to abolish the title ‘Prince of Wales’ from use.
Blaenau Ffestiniog Councillor for Bowydd a Rhiw, Elfed Wyn ap Elwyn (pictured) strongly believes that the title Prince of Wales continues the historical symbol of dominance held over Wales by another country.
£40 million fund application rubber stamped for Bangor
Bangor Councillors have welcomed the news that Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd led cabinet has rubber stamped a £40 million bid to invest in a Bangor city centre regeneration programme.
Ardudwy Green Corridor a development for the people of Llanbedr and Meirionnydd
Councillor Dyfrig Siencyn, leader of Plaid Cymru Gwynedd, said: “There has been a lot of hard work and discussions on going behind the scenes for some months now to discuss a positive way forward with the ongoing problems facing local people, businesses, workers and visitors in relation to Llanbedr’s road network issues in Meirionnydd, since the Welsh Government's announcement to halt the investment for a new road infrastructure in the village (1 November 2021).