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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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50 Days until the Senedd election

In 50 days, you’ll have the chance to vote for who you want to represent you in the Senedd and to elect the next Welsh Government.
In Pontypridd, a vote for Heledd Fychan and Plaid Cymru is a vote for change, a vote for a brighter future, a vote for a representative who will fight to ensure that our communities receive the services we need and deserve.
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International Women's Day

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Education Recovery Plan

Plaid Cymru has launched its Education Recovery Plan, as it emerged that children in Wales have lost an estimated half a year of learning during the pandemic.

Speaking at Plaid Cymru’s Spring Conference, Shadow Education Minister Siân Gwenllian MS outlined her plans to help all children, young people and schools recover after COVID-19

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#Vote16 Week

 

It's #Vote16 week! In May 16 and 17 year olds can vote for the first time ever! Remember to register to vote! 🗳️

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Call for strategic approach to flooding

 BBC Flood Feb 2021We have seen too many times the terrible impact that flooding can have on our homes and businesses. Here in Pontypridd people are still dealing with the results of the flooding from a year ago.
Every time it rains heavily now, people are anxious it could flood again which has a massive impact on their mental health.
 
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Fight for Justice for Flood Victims Continues a Year-on

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“The need for an Independent Inquiry remains, and the fight continues until we secure justice for those affected and investment in flood prevention measures. Our communities will not be able to rest easy until this happens, and I call on the Welsh Government to re-think their position to date, and establish an Independent Inquiry as a matter of urgency.”

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Listen Back to Heledd on GTFM

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Listen back to GTFM DJ Terry catching up with County Councillor for the Pontypridd Town Ward, Heledd Fychan giving an update on:-

  • Re-opening of the White Bridge and M&S Bridges
  • Plans to renovate the White Bridge
  • The development of the YMCA and progress on the Muni Arts Centre

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Nadine for South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner

Nadine MarshallNadine Marshall was born and raised in the Vale of Glamorgan. A Welsh speaker, Nadine lives with her family in Barry, and has 3 children and 1 grandchild.

Before a period working as an educational coordinator across south east Wales, Nadine worked as a lecturer within education and childcare.

Tragic personal circumstances led to Nadine becoming familiar with the justice system and its workings. Following the horrific murder of her eldest son, Conner, Nadine pursued a four-year campaign to challenge and change government policies relating to information sharing, procedural reform and recognition for families affected by murder.

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