Plaid Cymru Concerns Over Potential Job Losses at General Electric Nantgarw
Plaid Cymru has raised concerns with the Welsh Government about the impact of potential job losses at the General Electric plant in Nantgarw.
Pontypridd Constituency’s Community Spirit Still Strong, Despite Flooding and Coronavirus
Despite the flooding and the Coronavirus crisis, the community spirit of Pontypridd is stronger than ever according to Plaid Cymru’s councillors.
A massive thank you to all those who have answered our appeal and donated to Pontypridd Foodbank
Welsh Government Slammed for Welsh Government slammed for "complex, shambolic" testing system as 5,000 target set to be missed
Plaid Cymru have hit out at the Welsh Government’s “complex and shambolic” Covid-19 testing system as the target to reach 5,000 tests a day by tomorrow is set to be missed.
I'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.
Plaid Cymru councillors praise community spirit following flood clear-up
The 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.
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.
Neil Morgan selected to contest Tonyrefail West By-election
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.
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.