Gwynedd support changes to Welsh Government's planning law
At Gwynedd’s full council meeting today, Plaid Cymru Councillors have again pressed for a change to the planning laws so that local houses remain within Gwynedd’s housing stock, as homes for local people.
Time to legislate the use of jet skis similarly to legislation of motorcycles
Plaid Cymru Gwynedd will today call on the UK Government to create legislation to regulate offshore personal water vehicles, such as jet skis, in the same way as motorcycles are governed by road legislation. (Photo: Councillor Gareth Thomas, communities and economic development Gwynedd leader)
Housing for local people continues to disappear in Gwynedd
The housing leader at Plaid Cymru Gwynedd, Councillor Craig ab Iago, is concerned that Gwynedd houses are disappearing apace from local people’s ownership.
A new welcome for Gwynedd and Snowdonia tourists?
Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Leader is keen to welcome a mature and open discussion with local communities and partners who play a role within the tourism sector in Gwynedd, so that a new welcome is offered to tourists who visit the area.
Plaid Cymru Caernarfon at the fore assisting people of the town
Over the weekend, some Caernarfon town children will receive a doorstep surprise! Plaid Cymru branch members will distribute 150 sewing kits to Cadnant Ward's children, as a gift to promote creativity and well-being as they begin their summer holidays.
Plaid Cymru Gwynedd lead the way on education in Wales
At several recent meetings, Plaid Cymru Gwynedd has taken the lead within education by providing guidance to Gwynedd Headteachers are they prepare schools for educating children in September.
Former Bangor Ambulance man discusses his Councillor role
Serving the community is a family tradition for Bangor’s Dewi Ward Councillor, Gareth Roberts. Generations of his father’s family were caretakers of St James Church in Bangor so training to become an Ambulance man, and then a City and County Councillor was a natural progression for the Bangor lad.
No stone left unturned to save 94 jobs in Penygroes, Gwynedd
Following a meeting yesterday between Plaid Cymru politicians and the management of Northwood, Penygroes, that closed suddenly 10 days ago, politicians stressed they will leave no stone unturned as they try to assist the company in tackling problems at the site.
"There are approximately 3,700 miles between Gwynedd and Minnesota in the United States but in every sense we stand firm alongside the black community over there," said Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Leader, Councillor Dyfrig Siencyn.
Congratulations to Gwynedd’s talented youths, the Urdd and its virtual Eisteddfod
“We are delighted to learn that three of the county's young people came out on top in three of the Urdd's major virtual Eisteddfod competitions last week 'Eisteddfod T,'” said Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Leader, Dyfrig Siencyn (pictured, far right).