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Make venues accessible to people with learning disabilities

Plaid Cymru spokesperson on Social Justice and Equalities, Sioned Williams MS, called on the Welsh Government to respond to calls made by a learning disabilities charity for publicly funded venues to retain cash payments alongside card payments.

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Sioned Williams calls for universal roll-out of baby bundles

Today, Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams called on the Welsh Government to implement a universal roll-out of baby bundles in Wales to help parents during the cost of living crisis.

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NPT Council congratulated for ‘speedy’ progress in delivering additional free school meals

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams welcomed today’s announcement that £70 million in funding will support the next stage in the expansion of free school meals in all primary schools in Wales, thanks to the Co-operation Agreement between Plaid and the Welsh Government, and praised NPT Council for its “speedy” expansion of free school meals in the county borough after visiting a local school.

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Sioned Williams stands with refugees

Today, Plaid Cymru Member of Senedd, Sioned Williams lambasted the Conservative UK Government for its "immoral" attacks on the rights of refugees.

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My Week 1 - 6 May 2023

A short week because of the Bank Holiday but a busy one nonetheless!

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Sioned Williams backs our town centres

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams has reiterated her support for Neath and Bridgend town centres, following a new statement by the Welsh Government on town centre revitalisation. 

 

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‘Let’s talk about PMDD’ – Plaid MS

Plaid Cymru MS Sioned Williams today called on the Welsh Government to raise awareness of the support that is available to those suffering from Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD), a hormone-based mood disorder which effects 1 in 20 women and those assigned female at birth.

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A Resolven Revolution

Last week I visited Resolven Miners Welfare Hall to see a set of proposals by Cardiff University School of Architecture students for the restoration and continued use of this historic building.

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Neath Port Talbot Rainbow Coalition demonstrates “principle and strength” in superschool vote

Sioned Williams, Plaid Cymru Member of the Senedd for South Wales West, has welcomed news that Neath Port Talbot Council’s Cabinet voted against proposals for a new primary superschool in Pontardawe.

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Aberafan Community Surgery

I recently held a very productive community surgery at the St Paul's Centre in Aberafan.

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