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28 April 2015
- Published on Tuesday, 28 April 2015 10:31
Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies recently visited Llain Las, an Independent Living Scheme in Fishguard to meet with staff and residents to discuss the scheme and how it supports older people to live independently. Built in 1986, Llain Las houses 32 flats, including mobility and wheelchair standard properties and is further supported by resident management staff and a community alarm service.
- Published on Tuesday, 28 April 2015 10:05
Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies recently opened the new Black and White exhibition at the Waterfront Gallery in Milford Haven. The exhibition, features drawings and etchings by John Cahill, Photography by Heather Bennett and Philip Clarke and water colours by Janet Llewellyn.
Mr Davies said, “I was delighted to open this wonderful exhibition. There are some fantastic pieces of art on display at the Waterfront Gallery and I sincerely hope that the local community support the exhibition and take the time to visit the gallery. We want to see galleries like this go from strength to strength, and that means working with local communities to boost its profile. Therefore, I’d like to encourage everyone to see the exhibition. It’s running until June 6th and it’s free to enter – so why not go with family or a group of friends and make an afternoon of it.”
14 April 2015
- Published on Tuesday, 14 April 2015 12:28
Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies has joined children, young people and parents across Pembrokeshire, outside County Hall in Haverfordwest, to protest against changes to sixth form education in the County.
Ahead of a full Council meeting to discuss the issue, Mr Davies said, “I sincerely hope that Councillors think very carefully about the future of our sixth forms across Pembrokeshire. Pembrokeshire County Council must find a way to deliver education services locally that also meets the needs of communities’ right across the County.”