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Letter to HSBC

Together with the MS for the Rhondda, I have written to HSBC urging them to reconsider their decision to close their branches in Pontypridd and Talbot Green.

You can help with the campaign by signing the petition here.

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Fresh concern over flooding

A Message from Cllr Heledd Fychan on the morning of the 20 January.

"Many people have contacted me, worried about the risk of flooding. The river is high and fast flowing in Pontypridd this morning and obviously concerning as it is still raining. But, for residents, please keep an eye on this for the latest updates and be reassured that it is nowhere near as high as last February at present and no red river warning:

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"People simply want to know when they might receive the vaccine"

Plaid Cymru calls for maximum transparency to build trust, and queries appointment system in open letter to Health Minister

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“Vote for Wales” – A new ambitious Government for changing times

Plaid Cymru unveils election slogan and vows to harness “spirit of ‘99”

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"Comprehensive education recovery plan urgently needed"

Siân Gwenllian MS calls for clear catch up plan for pupils following months of lost education

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Air Pollution Berw Road

Berw Road "A major step to addressing air-pollution on Berw Road."  that was the response from Cllr Heledd Fychan on receiving the news that RCT will install an air pollution monitoring scheme on Berw Road.

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Flood Victims Support Calls for Public Inquiry in Plaid Cymru Report

 

Evidence published in a Plaid Cymru report looking at the devastating impact of flooding in Rhondda Cynon Taf shows 100% support for an independent public inquiry.

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Plaid Leader Adam Price visits Pontypridd

On a visit to Pontypridd, Adam Price revisited some of the businesses and residents that were so badly hit in February's floods, to hear for himself how they were coping and their plans for the future.  He was shown around the constituency by Pontypridd Councillor, Heledd Fychan.

 

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Hypocritical Labour Deny Justice for Flood Victims

At a full Council meeting of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council last night (25 November), Labour Councillors voted unanimously against an independent inquiry into the floods that devastated communities across the County Borough earlier this year.

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Leader of Plaid Cymru to visit Pontypridd

On Friday 27 November, the Leader of Plaid Cymru Adam Price MS will visit the Pontypridd constituency to hear directly from businesses, organisations and residents about the challenges they have faced this year in light of both the floods and COVID-19. 

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