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Holden Report latest

Plaid Cymru calls for “transparency, accountability and improvement” as Holden Report published

 

“This is about far more than releasing a desperately overdue report, this is about accountability from all in charge of the health board during this most terrible time” – Llyr Gruffydd MS

Plaid Cymru has called for “accountability from all in charge” as the long-overdue Holden Report into mental health services in Betsi Cadwaladr health board is published.

 

 

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Bus firm urged to end strike

North Wales bus passengers hit by disruption as five-week strike starts - North  Wales Live

'Why are Welsh drivers being paid less than their counterparts in England?'

Plaid Cymru's North Wales MS has urged Arriva Bus Cymru to settle the strike with 400 bus drivers across the North, which is now entering its third day.
The strike was called by Unite bus drivers after the company refused to match its offer in Wales with the 39p offer it made bus drivers in north-west England.
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Welsh farmer's African inspiration to enrich soil

Alwyn Hughes, left, demonstrates the improved soil quality on his farm at Llwynau to Plaid Cymru councillor Wyn Jones and North Wales MS Llyr Gruffydd

A Welsh farmer has taken inspiration from novel farming practices in Africa to change the way he manages his land in the Conwy Valley.

Alwyn Hughes who farms at Llwynau near Capel Garmon, said the Covid lockdown had prompted him to look again at how he manages his upland farm.

 

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Healthcare training welcomed

Regional MS backs health education expansion in Wrexham and St Asaph

Plaid Cymru's North Wales Member of Senedd Llyr Gruffydd has given his full backing to Wrexham Glyndwr University's plans for a new Health Education Innovation Quarter.
The expansion plan would mean the university becoming the largest training provider in Wales outside Cardiff with more than 1000 extra students in nursing and allied health professions over the full cycle of courses.
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Racecourse misses out on UK government funding

My latest column for the Wrexham Leader:
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COP 26 and Wales

Llyr Gruffydd MS


Llyr Gruffydd MS and Chair of the Senedd’s Climate Committee will attend CoP26 along with nine other Members. Here he outlines what he’d like to see as outcomes from the conference.

 

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Heavy rain means more sewage

Picture caption, from left: Conwy county councillor Liz Roberts, Capel Curig community council chair Gethin Davies, Llyr Gruffydd MS, community councillor Shan Ashton.

Lack of action on raw sewage at beauty spot prompts Plaid MS anger

Llyr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru's North Wales MS, has condemned the lack of action over rivers of sewage pouring through a noted beauty spot as today's heavy rainfall has seen another outbreak.
Earlier this year Mr Gruffydd met with local campaigners and councillors in Capel Curig to highlight the long-standing problem of sewage and regular overflows in the village.
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A tragic, avoidable scandal

Plaid Cymru has demanded ministers take responsibility for failings in mental health services after raising key questions in the Senedd tonight surrounding a suppressed report that highlighted deadly ligature points.

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School leads the way on climate change

From left: Teacher Rachel Allen, Harvey Barratt, Llyr Gruffydd MS, Matthew Humphreys and school librarian Annette Gardner.

A secondary school is leading the way in the drive to reduce carbon emissions impacting on climate change.

That's the view of Plaid Cymru's North Wales MS Llyr Gruffydd after visiting Ysgol Dinas Brân, at Llangollen, to see for himself the green energy project.

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