A leisure centre nominated for a national award has been praised after a visit from a Welsh Government minister.
Alun Davies AM, Cabinet Secretary for Local Government and Public Services, was given a tour of Plas Madoc Leisure Centre on Thursday (November 8). Read more “Plas Madoc Leisure Centre praised after Welsh Government minister’s visit”
Assembly Member Ken Skates visited a nursery to hear about the difference a new Welsh Government scheme is making to parents. Read more “Welsh Labour Government childcare scheme hailed ‘life-changing’ by Overton Playcentre”
Health service staff have been presented with a huge card to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the NHS.
Ken Skates AM and Susan Elan Jones MP joined local councillor Frank Hemmings for the presentation at Castle Health Centre in Chirk on Friday (November 9). Read more “Chirk NHS staff thanked during 70th birthday presentation by Clwyd South AM and MP”
Sixth form students were given the chance to quiz their AM and MP during a question and answer session.
Ken Skates and Susan Elan Jones visited the Maelor School in Penley on Friday (October 26) to talk to politics students about issues ranging from homelessness and mental health to public transport in Wales and concern over Brexit. Read more “Ken Skates AM and Susan Elan Jones MP hold Q&A at Maelor School, Penley”
Two Assembly Members said they were ‘incredibly proud’ of a Wrexham-based mental health helpline which offers 24/7 support to people all over Wales.
Ken Skates and Lesley Griffiths visited C.A.L.L. Helpline, based on Grove Road, on Friday (October 26) and were given a tour of the facility by interim helpline manager Luke Ogden.
C.A.L.L. – which stands for Community Advice and Listening Line – was launched in 1995 as a local pilot project with limited opening hours. It has had Welsh Government funding since 2001 and now operates 365 days a year, helping people the length and breadth of the country. Read more “Ken Skates and Lesley Griffiths AM praise Wrexham mental health helpline”