My Week 14-20 November 2022

A quick overview some of things I've been doing  in the Senedd and around the region this week. 

This week in the chamber I asked what actions the Economy Minister is taking to ensure equality for women in the workplace after a report showed an increase in the gap between what men and women earn in full time work.

I also spoke in a Senedd debate about the need for more Changing Places Toilets to help disabled people and their families have access to more places outside the home.

In an event in the Senedd to promote Welsh wool, I met with Mair Jones from Cilybebyll and heard about her work with Wool Insulation Wales which supports Welsh wool producers and decarbonisation. I also supported the calls of Climate Cymru 's #WarmThisWinter campaign to ensure more support for those facing fuel poverty and action on insulation and renewable energy development and marked #WorldCOPDDay with Asthma + Lung UK Cymru.

Back in Swansea I met with a group of young people who are being supported by Barnardos Cymru Bloom Project to discuss their experiences as a part of my work with the Senedd’s Children, Young People and Education Committee.

On Friday I held a community advice surgery in the Phoenix Centre, Townhill to help residents with their concerns and met with Local Area Coordinator Bethan McGregor and PCSO Sam Butler.

You can read more of my Senedd speeches and questions here: Sioned Williams MS (



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