Learn more about some of the campaigns Sioned is currently working on as your local Member of the Senedd.

Buses are essential services for many of my constituents. Every day, buses ensure people can get to education, employment and key public services. They are important for our health, wealth, and wellbeing, contributing to keeping us connected and reducing transport related carbon emissions.

However, buses are under threat. With increased costs, reduced income from passengers, and funding cuts from Welsh Government, buses need our support now. For results of my bus users survey, click here.

South Wales West has a rich heritage and vibrant cultural offer. Over the centuries, poets, artists, authors, musicians, actors, sporting icons and many more have lived and worked in our communities. We have impressive ruins in every corner of the region, from castles to copperworks, monuments to the legacy of those who came before us.

Since being elected, I have endeavoured to visit people and places across the region, regularly holding street surgeries or visiting a wide variety of local groups and organisations. To me, this is an essential part of my role as your representative.

In 2019, Wales became the first country in the world to declare a climate emergency. This has since been followed by a declaration of a nature emergency.

It is beyond doubt that human activity is leading to global climate change, and that all of us can play in rising to this challenge.


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Following a spate of burglaries and attacks on local businesses in Neath town centre in 2021 I was keen to do all I could to make the town centre safe and welcoming to all. I am incredibly proud of our vibrant town and having recently opened an office on Alfred Street I am honoured to be a part of the community, but it as we all know, it is not without its challenges. 

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NHS dental provision has been in decline for many years.  In 2022 I conducted a survey of your experiences, concerns and asked for feedback which I raised in the Senedd, asking Welsh Government to do more.

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Many residents of Pontardawe, Trebanos, Godre’rgraig and Alltwen and the surrounding areas were concerned about the proposal for a new super primary school in Pontardawe at the present site of Cwmtawe School. 

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In the lead up to COP26 in Glasgow I asked to hear your thoughts about local environmental issues. Since then I have been doing my best wherever possible to make sure that the environment is an important priority in my work.

Click here to see the results of the survey.

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