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Incinerator decision delay "unacceptable"

Welsh Government ministers must make a decision on whether to carry out an Environmental Impact Assessment on the incinerator at Barry Docks – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said. 

 

Davies welcomes charity merger

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has welcomed the news that two leading breast cancer charities are set to merge. 

 

From April 2019 – Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now will operate as one organisation – in a bid to pool their resources and beat the disease.

"Look again at school closure"

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has urged the Vale of Glamorgan Council to look again at plans to close Llancarfan Primary School – following changes to Welsh Government guidance that come into force today.  

 

AM praises staff recognised at Wales Care Awards

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has praised several staff from a Barry Care Home recognised at the Wales Care Awards 2018. 

 

The awards were held at Cardiff City Hall on Friday 19th October – and three members of staff from College Fields Nursing Home picked up gongs.

Regional AM welcomes UK Conservative Government’s budget

South Wales Central AM, Andrew RT Davies, has welcomed the UK Conservative Government’s budget, which will see hardworking people across the region benefit from investment in transport, business and technology.

 

The announcements for Wales include:

 

"Take a moment to support our high street"

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has given his backing to Cowbridge High Street – in its bid to claim the Rising Star prize in the Great British High Street 2018. 

 

Another successful summer for Challenge Wales

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies paid a visit to Penarth-based charity Challenge Wales last week – to congratulate the team following another summer of success.