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Swansea maternity service findings “extremely distressing” says Plaid Cymru

Welsh Government must take more responsibility for “known” issues with Swansea Bay maternity services, says local MS Sioned Williams

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Plaid Cymru says delay to child poverty strategy “beyond disappointing”

“While Labour fails to even manage to write a strategy, child poverty remains a national scandal for Wales” – Sioned Williams MS

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Survey results “paint a clear picture” of a bus service in decline

9 out of 10 people say bus services have got worse in South Wales West in the last year

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“Clarity needed” on future of Neath Port Talbot fertility clinic

Sioned Williams MS calls to keep “provision and expertise we currently have in the south west of Wales”

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Red card for Wales when it comes to women’s health

Sioned Williams MS, Plaid Cymru’s spokesperson on equalities, writes about how we need to address gender based health inequalities for the good of our health service

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Leader of Plaid Cymru visits Swansea Distillery

“Inspiring” to see Swansea’s heritage embraced in “modern, ambitious” project - Rhun ap Iorwerth and Sioned Williams

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Plaid Cymru unveils cost of inequality plan to tackle economic crisis over winter

Labour “can and must do more” to support struggling families – Sioned Williams MS.

Plaid Cymru has today (Monday 13th November) published a ‘Cost of Inequality’ plan that would help people struggling to pay bills over winter.  

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Macmillan Coffee Morning in the Neath Office

A massive thank you to everyone who came to my coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support at my Neath office at the end of September. 

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Making themselves heard!

Late last month I had the honour of presenting pupils of Rhos Primary School who had been elected by their classmates to be members of Llais yr Ysgol with their certificates and badges. Myself and Cllr Marcia Spooner, who represents Rhos and sits as Chair of Governors at the school congratulated the pupils on their election and wished them well in the year ahead. 

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School investment welcomed and celebrated

It was a pleasure to attend the official opening of new classes and Welsh immersion centre at Ysgol Gymraeg Pontardawe last Friday with Cllr Chris Williams, Mayor of Neath Port Talbot, NPT Council Leader Cllr Stephen Hunt and Deputy Leader Cllr Alun Llewelyn, NPT Cabinet Member for Education Cllr Nia Jenkins, and Governors - and hear the pupils perform. 

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