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Hawthorn by-election

e65a6f08-539c-42c3-9754-ae0040cfa597.jpgI'm Chad and I’d like to introduce myself. Our local councillor Martin Fiddler Jones has recently announced he will be stepping down sometime in the spring. This gives Plaid a fantastic opportunity to elect a councillor who will dedicate themselves to their community.

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Plaid Cymru councillors praise community spirit following flood clear-up

EQ-INfFXYAA3tm4.jpgThe community spirit after the flooding in Pontypridd has been described as amazing by Plaid Cymru Councillors Heledd Fychan and Eleri Griffiths.

The councillors have been working non-stop with their communities to clean-up following the devastating flooding caused by Storm Dennis.

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Save our A&E Protest

 

The campaign to save the Accident and Emergency Unit at the Royal Glam Hospital reached the National Assembly in Cardiff today.  The meeting was addressed by Adam Price and Leanne Wood from Plaid Cymru.

Many speakers called for the sacking of the Health Minister for his failure to intervene in the plans to downgrade the A&E Dept.

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Save Royal Glamorgan A&E

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Neil Morgan selected to contest Tonyrefail West By-election

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The Westminster Election provided a positive result for Plaid Cymru, with the retention of the four previously held seats, and our candidate here in the Pontypridd constituency, Fflur Elin secured an increase in vote share. The election also saw the County Councillor for Tonyrefail West elected as the Member of Parliament for the Pontypridd Constituency. It is clear that her election means a by-election will be imminent.

 

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Blanche Steet

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Pontypridd has a new street without a brick being laid! Well, maybe not new exactly but Blanch Street finally has a street sign showing where it is. 

 

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Muni to Reopen

When the Muni closed its doors last Christmas, Pontypridd became poorer overnight. The Muni was an integral part of our community, and was enjoyed by people of all ages from across the Valleys and beyond.

There was, rightly, a public outcry and since then Plaid Councillor for Pontypridd Town, Heledd Fychan has continuously made the case for the Council to take a more proactive approach to securing the future of the Muni.

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Plaid hit the ground running

Fflur Elin, Plaid Cymru's Westminster candidate joined Church Village council by-election candidate, Emma Thompson, and RCT Councillors Heledd Fychan and Danny Grehan, campaigning in Church Village.

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In April, maternity services at Cwm Taf Health Board were placed into special measures after an external review identified “serious failings” with “little evidence of effective clinical leadership at any level” and patient concerns not taken seriously. Following the publication of the independent report on maternity services Plaid Cymru led a debate in the Senedd calling on Labour Health Minister Vaughan Gething to resign for the failings.

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Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who voted, I’m honoured that you have placed your faith in me and I want to re-assure you that I am here to represent everyone in our ward, whichever way you voted.  If we haven't met yet, I hope we will have the opportunity to do soon.  I very much looking forward to working with you, and for you, to bring about the changes that are needed.

 

thank you

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