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Praise for apprentice training scheme

A leading civil engineering firm based in north Wales has been praised for its commitment to training local apprentices.

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'A lifeline in challenging times' - Denbigh men's shed reopens

Plaid Cymru's North Wales MS has welcomed the re-opening of the Denbigh Men's Shed project at Trefeirian on the outskirts of the town, describing it as a "lifeline in challenging times".

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Cost of living crisis sees big increase in dogs abandoned

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Learning about about policing priorities

From left: Llyr Gruffydd MS, Lucy, David and Liam

Llyr Gruffydd said he had learned so much from his time spent with police officers in the Denbighshire area.

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Lottery funding helps community venture expand

Image previewGrace Lockhart and Llyr Gruffydd MS

A North Wales MS has praised a community venture based in Rhosllannerchrugog that has been able to expand its activities thanks to a Lottery grant.

Rhos Community Cafe, which is managed by Grace Lockhart, won the grant to support wellbeing in the community. This includes Meditation and Mindfulness sessions, craft sessions for wellbeing and Mental Health Awareness sessions.

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School pupils grill MS over Senedd work

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Pupils at a Colwyn Bay primary school have been praised for their knowledge of the democratic process by North Wales MS Llyr Gruffydd.

 

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Food firm welcomes MS visit

Picture caption: From left: Director Mulkh Mehta, Llyr Gruffydd MS, Site Director Ricky Mehta and Director, Cassidy and Ashton, Guy Evans.

 

Plaid Cymru's North Wales MS Llyr Gruffydd has visited one of Wales's largest poultry processing plants.

Maelor Foods near Wrexham employs 250 workers, and now processes a million chickens a week at the plant.

 

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Flooding Funds

Proud that Plaid Cymru has secured funding to fight flooding in North Wales

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Call to extend innovate food share scheme

From left, Cllr Beca Brown, Banc Bwyd Llanrug; Llyr Gruffydd MS; Cllr Steve Collings, Bwyd Da Bangor; Peter and Tia Walker Fareshare; Cllr Berwyn Parry Jones, Cwm y Glo; Liws, Pantri Pesda; Megan Thorman, Y Dref Werdd, Blaenau Ffestiniog; and Dewi Roberts, Pantri Pesda.
Plaid Cymru's North Wales MS Llyr Gruffydd has called for the extension of an innovative scheme that keeps surplus food from landfill and ensures it goes to help people in need.
The Surplus with Purpose Cymru Fund comes to an end at the end of this month after redistributing almost 1200 tonnes of food to charities and community groups.
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First Minister quizzed over key links in the North

Image previewPlaid MS questions First Minister over road and bridge repairs

A year after floods swept away an historic listed bridge in Denbighshire and closed a key road link in the Vale of Llangollen, Plaid Cymru MS Llyr Gruffydd has questioned the First Minister over funding for road and bridge repairs.

Llyr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru's North Wales MS, said Pont Llannerch near Trefnant in the Vale of Clwyd and the B5605 linking Cefn Mawr and Pentre near Chirk were key links for local communities.

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