Wrexham Council has been urged to follow the Welsh Government’s lead and support Plas Madoc Leisure Centre.
Assembly Member Ken Skates earlier this week welcomed the news that communities minister Carl Sargeant had awarded the volunteer-run Splash Community Trust a £0.5m grant.
The Clwyd South AM is now calling on Guildhall leaders to show the same good faith in the volunteer-run Trust, who have asked for a £50,000 loan from the council. Read more “Wrexham Council urged to support Plas Madoc Leisure Centre”
I welcome the announcement that a £1.25m redevelopment of Corwen’s health centre will get under way in the spring, which is fantastic news for patients in the town. Read more “Ken Skates welcomes £1.25m Corwen health centre redevelopment”
Ken Skates has welcomed a huge investment by the Welsh Labour Government in Plas Madoc Leisure Centre.
The Clwyd South AM said he was delighted that communities minister Carl Sargeant had awarded a £500,000 grant for the facility, which was saved from the bulldozers after Wrexham Council leaders voted to demolish it in 2014. Read more “Welsh Labour Government announces £0.5m Plas Madoc investment”
An Assembly Member has asked for increased police patrols after complaints about anti-social behaviour near a play area.
Clwyd South AM Ken Skates has written to North Wales Police Chief Constable Mark Polin following reported problems near the park behind Pencoed, off Station Road in Trevor. Read more “AM contacts North Wales Police after reports of anti-social behaviour in Trevor”