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Tyn-Y-Nant Byelection

Ioan BellinPlaid Cymru locally has chosen Ioan Bellin as a candidate for the Tyn-Y-Nant Ward by-election.  The by-election will be held on Thursday 22 July.


Ioan Bellin is an experienced and enthusiastic, local community campaigner. He has campaigned to keep local libraries; leisure centres and care homes open in the face of cuts from Rhondda Cynon Taf Council.

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Heledd calls for re-opening of Ice Arena Wales

Heledd Fychan MS has called on the Welsh Government to re-think it's decision to delay opening Ice Arena Wales

 

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Work to Start on White Bridge

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Cllr Heledd Fychan - M.S. for South Wales Central has welcomed the announcement by RCT that work is scheduled to start on repairing the White Bridge.  The bridge has been closed since Storm Dennis in February 2020, causing chaos for road users and massively affecting the quality of life of many residents of Berw Road.

This news follows only 3 weeks after the launching of a petition calling for urgent action.

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Plaid Senedd Group

Plaid Senedd Group

Pontypridd Cllr Heledd Fychan joins the Plaid Cymru Group in the Welsh Parliament.

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Thank You

Thank you all for your support in the election last week.  In Pontypridd Constituency Heledd Fychan achieved Plaid's highest vote since 1999 and she was elected to the Senedd to represent South Wales Central.

 

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Manifesto 2021

2021 Manifesto

Plaid Cymru offers a truly radical and ambitious programme for government, coupled with the promise of putting Wales' future in Wales' hands.

Our manifesto will finally tackle the problems of the prior pandemic in Wales; low wages, child poverty, and lack of opportunity.

Nothing about Wales today is inevitable, there are no problems that we cannot solve for ourselves.

 

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Plaid’s £500m flooding fund to help communities left behind by Labour

A Plaid government, if elected on May 6th, would commit £500m to improving Wales flood defences and support the communities “left behind by Labour” in recent years. 

In a ground-breaking commitment, Plaid Cymru MS for the Rhondda Leanne Wood said that major storms over the last few years had devastated homes in her community, nearby Pontypridd, and in many other areas of Wales from Llanrwst to Caerphilly.  

 Councillor Heledd Fychan, Plaid Cymru candidate for Pontypridd, criticised Labour for opposing an independent inquiry into severe flooding in the Valleys, saying that a Plaid Cymru government would put right Labour’s “piecemeal approach” to flood prevention with meaningful investment. 

 

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Nature Act to tackle “biodiversity crisis”

Plaid Cymru has today announced that his party would introduce a pioneering Nature Act if it wins the election in May to get to grips with the “biodiversity crisis” facing Wales.

The growing crisis undermines the essential services provided to society by nature – food, clean air and water, materials, medicine and more – and that one in six species in Wales were now threatened with extinction.  Plaid Cymru would introduce legally binding targets to restore biodiversity by 2050.

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Use Your Voice! Events for #FirstTime Voters Launched

For the first time in Wales, 16 and 17 year olds will be able to vote in this year's Senedd election on 6 May.

 

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Choosing who to support is a big decision.

To help with this, Plaid Cymru Senedd candidate for Pontypridd, Heledd Fychan, is today launching a series of online events for first time voters. 

 

 

 

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