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Plaid MS calls for Swansea Bay to follow other Health Boards and offer second doses in mass vaccination drop-in sessions

Plaid MS Sioned Williams has called on Swansea Bay Health Board to open up Covid vaccination drop-in sessions for those needing their second dose.

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Plaid calls for Welsh Government investigation into Neath Port Talbot Council tax levels

Plaid MS Sioned Williams has called on the Welsh Government to investigate Councils such as Neath Port Talbot who consistently charge higher Council tax rates.

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Plaid slam Neath Port Talbot Council for Godre’rgraig hot school meals failure

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has called on Labour’s Neath Port Talbot Council to provide hot meals to Godre’rgraig primary school children.

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Plaid MS calls for free school transport policy overhaul

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has called on the Welsh Government to review the current free school transport policy.

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MS congratulates Neath Tennis for being recognized in community tennis awards

As Wimbledon Tennis Championships begin, Plaid Cymru MS for South Wales West, Sioned Williams has congratulated a group of Neath residents who have set about restoring the town's tennis courts on being recognized by the LTA (Lawn Tennis Association). at the organization's annual awards as one of the best Community Tennis Projects in the UK.

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Sioned Williams MS calls for Welsh Government clarity on resumption of dental services

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has called on the Welsh Government to outline its plans in terms of restarting routine dental services.

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Plaid MS calls for Labour Welsh Government focus on Neath Town Centre

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has called on the Welsh Government and Neath Port Talbot Council to provide greater focus on Neath Town Centre in order to tackle the issue of empty shops, anti-social behaviour and reducing footfall.

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Carers Week 2021: Make Caring Visible and Valued

The 7th – 13th of June was Carers' Week and its theme was to Make Caring Visible and Valued. Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlight the challenges unpaid carers face and recognise the contribution they make to families and communities throughout the UK. As someone who has had personal experience of caring, I want to try and ensure that carers’ voices are heard. I was therefore keen to spent some time meeting with those working in the South Wales West region to support carers and hear about their specific needs and  issues.

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Last ditch plea to Labour Council to save Swansea Valley schools

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has called on Neath Port Talbot Council’s Labour Cabinet to save 3 Swansea valley schools from closure.

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Plaid MS calls on Welsh Government to ensure valley communities are not neglected in Swansea Bay Metro plans

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has called on the Welsh Government to ensure that rail and light rail transport options are fully explored to serve valleys communities in South West Wales as part of the Swansea Bay Metro project.

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