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Plaid Cymru MS calls for accessibility improvements at local heritage sites

Sioned Williams, Member of the Senedd for South Wales West, called on the Welsh Government to look at how accessibility can be improved at Neath Abbey.

The call followed a statement on community engagement with Cadw sites made in the Senedd by Dawn Bowden, Deputy Minister for Art, Sport and Tourism, where the recent work partnership working between Cadw and Dŵr-y-Felin Comprehensive School was highlighted and praised.

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Plaid Cymru Member of the Senedd calls on Welsh Government to get onboard and back the bus

Sioned Williams, Plaid Cymru MS for South Wales West is calling Welsh Government to take action to secure bus services amidst concerns raised by her constituents.

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Spotted: the rare Fen Raft Spider

What a privilege to see the rare Fen Raft Spider with its spiderlings at the Pant-y- Sais Nature Reserve by the Tennant Canal.

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MS congratulates Neath Community Group on Successful Summer Fun Day

Sioned Williams,  Plaid Cymru Member of the Senedd for South Wales West has congratulated a long standing community group following their successful Summer Fun Day.

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MS calls for action to tackle dog fouling on sports fields

Sioned Williams MS has written to Neath Port Talbot Council asking them to explore the possibility of a Public Space Protection Order to cut down on dog fouling on sports fields.

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MS pledges support for Port Talbot ‘Skills Academy’

Senedd Member for South Wales West, Sioned Williams MS, pledged her support to proposals for the launch of a highly innovative ‘Skills Academy’ in Port Talbot’s docklands.

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South Wales West MS “delighted and honoured” after re-election as Chair of Human Rights Cross Party Group

Sioned Williams MS has been re-elected as Chair of the Cross Party Group on Human Rights in the Senedd for another year.

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Plaid calls for establishment of Poverty Truth Commissions

Plaid Cymru Members of the Senedd for South Wales West have called upon Neath Port Talbot and Bridgend Councils to explore the establishment of Poverty Truth Commissions.

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'Inhumane' Illegal Migration Bill lambasted by Plaid

Plaid Cymru spokesperson for Social Justice and Equalities, Sioned Williams MS, last night lambasted the UK Government's proposed new Illegal Migration Bill, labelling it as "inhumane" and "immoral".

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Sioned Williams launches Water Poverty Survey

Today, I'm launching a new survey to learn more about my constituents' experiences in paying their water bills. 

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