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Resident's ambulance wait "unacceptable"

An elderly Dinas Powys resident’s 20-hour wait for an ambulance is “completely unacceptable” – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Cross party backing "sends message" on incinerator

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has welcomed the “virtually unanimous” backing of the Vale of Glamorgan Council of calls for an Environmental Impact Assessment to be carried out on the controversial Barry incinerator.

 

Davies' shock at power station closure

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has expressed his concern at the news that Barry Power Station is set to close in spring next year.

 

Support your local post office

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has urged residents to join him in supporting post offices in their local area.

 

With several branches closing in recent years – many local businesses have taken on the mantle of providing the service.

 

GP pressures must be addressed

Action must be taken to deal with pressures on GP services in the Cardiff area, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Vale businesses nominated for "Rural Oscars"

Two businesses in the Vale of Glamorgan have been shortlisted as finalists in the Countryside Alliance Wales Awards 2018.

 

The winners of awards – nicknamed the “Rural Oscars” – will be announced at an event at the Senedd on Wednesday 7th March.

 

We must tackle the stigma surrounding mental health

More support must be provided for people affected by mental health issues in Wales, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Mr Davies recently visited the YMCA at their Cardiff base – to discuss the support they provide with Chief Executive Andrew Templeton.