Local councillor welcomes new restricted airspace at Meirionnydd airfield
Llanbedr Councillor Annwen Hughes (pictured) has welcomed the news that the Civil Aviation Authority has approved plans for Llanbedr Airfield to have a restricted air space at the location to test, invest and develop its research activities safely.
The new ‘restricted zone’ comes into immediate effect, but the permanent site will only be activated by Notice to Aviators 24 hours in advance.
“The words 'cancer' and 'children' shouldn’t be included in the same sentence”
“The words 'cancer' and 'children' shouldn’t be included in the same sentence,” says Felinheli Councillor Gareth Griffith (pictured) who has been prompted to run the London Marathon this year to raise money for Children with Cancer UK charity.
The 60 year old Gwynedd Councillor loves a challenge, and this is one of his biggest challenges to date.
“It's a year late due Covid19, so the journey has been a long one,” explains Plaid Cymru Councillor, Gareth Griffith.
The importance of Porthmadog in the history of Gwynedd's slate heritage
Did you know that over 116,000 tonnes of north Wales slate were exported from Porthmadog in 1873? The town plays a vital role in the story of the Welsh slate landscape as a UNESCO world heritage site.
“We’re all aware of the importance of the quarrying areas of Blaenau Ffestiniog and Bethesda, where Welsh slate was mined and used to roof so many of the world’s buildings in the 19th century,” said Porthmadog East Councillor, Nia Jeffreys (pictured with Councillor Selwyn Griffiths).
Working together to resolve traffic and tourism issues in Llangywer
Working together swiftly during the summer months has made roads much safer for the residents of Llangywer in Bala and for visitors to the area as well, says Plaid Cymru Councillor for the area, Alan Jones Evans (pictured).
There were problems with visitors' cars parked along both sides of the narrow road that leads along Llyn Tegid from Bala to Llangywer during the summer. There were grave concerns that local traffic could not travel along the road freely, including tractors and lorries, but more importantly, the emergency services.
Councillor calls for end of life beds in Blaenau Ffestiniog
Blaenau Ffestiniog Plaid Cymru Councillor for Bowydd and Rhiw, Annwen Daniels (pictured, left, with town councillor Gwenlli Evans) is calling for end of life beds in her community.
Local service warmly welcomed for Penrhyndeudraeth residents and the surrounding area
Plaid Cymru Gwynedd Councillor for Penrhyndeudraeth, Gareth Thomas is delighted that a £83,000 investment has been confirmed for the council building at Parc Busnes Eryri in Penrhyndeudraeth.
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.
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.
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.
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).