An Assembly Member has announced a round of summer surgeries to offer help and support to constituents.
Ken Skates holds monthly drop-in advice sessions with Susan Elan Jones MP – which will continue – and has now organised an extra three over the summer months. Read more “Clwyd South AM Ken Skates announces extra summer surgeries”
Assembly Member Ken Skates has praised major Welsh Government investment in his constituency ahead of the official opening of brand new facilities at a local school.
The Clwyd South AM will visit new-look Ysgol Penycae later this month to see how the refurbishment – part of £2m of investment in the school – is benefiting pupils. Read more “Ken Skates AM welcomes Welsh Government investment at Ysgol Penycae”
Campaigners have thanked the Welsh Government’s Health Secretary after ‘positive talks’ about a new facility for Cefn Mawr.
Vaughan Gething visited the current Caritas Surgery on Well Street on Friday morning (April 20) after an invitation from local Assembly Member Ken Skates. Read more “Ken Skates AM welcomes Health Secretary Vaughan Gething to Cefn Mawr”
Assembly Member Ken Skates has called on ‘shambolic’ Wrexham Council to put plans to close a village school on hold.
Council leaders voted to shut Ysgol Pontfadog last week and issued a statutory notice of closure, but have since admitted not looking at all the responses to a public consultation programme which local campaigners had described as a whitewash. Read more “Wrexham Council under fire from Ken Skates AM over Ysgol Pontfadog closure”
An Assembly Member involved in the campaign for improved health facilities in Corwen has welcomed confirmation that work to revamp the town’s surgery will be completed this year.
Ken Skates vowed before his 2016 re-election he would help deliver increased spending on health and social services in Clwyd South and subsequently secured a promise of investment from Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board chief executive Gary Doherty. Read more “Corwen GP surgery revamp ‘to be completed in autumn’, AM Ken Skates told”