- Local AM backs campaign to stop online abuse of rural communities
- Local AM Supports #YoungLivesVsCancer Campaign
- Paul Davies Meets with Cohousing Hafan Lâs
- Post-EU support for Welsh farmers must be ring-fenced, say Welsh Conservatives
- Rural school closures have “ripped heart out of communities”, says AM
- Paul Davies Welcomes funding boost for Wave Energy Demonstration Zone
- Paul Davies Calls for A40 Dualling in Pembrokeshire
- Paul Davies Attends Red Cross Lifesaving Learning Session
- Paul Davies AM selected to bring forward Autism Bill
- Paul Davies Attends School Art Workshop
30 September 2015
- Published on Wednesday, 30 September 2015 12:54
A well-known Pembrokeshire artist will be exhibiting her work at the National Assembly for Wales during October. Dinas Cross based Cynth Weyman will be having a solo exhibition in the Futures Gallery, Pierhead Building, the National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Bay between 2nd and 29th October (10am-4pm daily). Cynth will also be demonstrating her technique on 6th & 7th October (11am-4pm) at the Futures Gallery.
The exhibition entitled ‘Escapism in Colour: Pembrokeshire’ is being sponsored by Preseli Pembrokeshire Assembly Member Paul Davies.
24 September 2015
- Published on Thursday, 24 September 2015 16:04
Welsh Conservatives have labelled a Labour government statement on inadequate facilities at Glangwili ‘shameful’.
Earlier this week a report by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health concluded that the hospital’s labour unit was ‘not fit for purpose’.
The conclusion formed part of the report’s wider scrutiny of Labour’s NHS reorganisation in west Wales, including significant changes at Withybush, where care for the most premature and sick babies has been moved to Glangwili.
22 September 2015
- Published on Tuesday, 22 September 2015 13:52
Welsh Conservatives have called for an urgent statement from Labour’s Health Minister, as a report labels Glangwili Hospital’s maternity unit ‘not fit for purpose’.
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has looked in depth at Labour’s NHS reorganisation in west Wales, including significant changes at Withybush, where care for the most premature and sick babies has been moved to Glangwili.
It has concluded that the hospital’s maternity ward is ‘not fit for purpose; it is too small, with insufficient facilities and provides a poor environment for women and staff.’
17 September 2015
- Published on Thursday, 17 September 2015 14:24
The introduction of part-time 20mph limits around schools across Wales has been welcomed by local Assembly Member Paul Davies. Four schools in Pembrokeshire will be affected by the Welsh Government announcement; Holy Name Catholic Primary School, Ysgol Gynradd Eglwyswrw, Ysgol Bro Gwaun and Milford Haven Comprehensive School. Fishguard Primary School will see dropped kerbs and waiting restrictions as well as being covered by a full time 20mph speed limit.
- Published on Thursday, 17 September 2015 10:28
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies has pledged his support for National Eye Health Week, which takes place 21 - 27 September 2015. National Eye Health Week brings organisations and health professionals from across Wales and the UK together to raise awareness of the importance of good eye health and the need for regular sight tests.
Mr Davies said, “I’m delighted to once again support National Eye Health Week. It’s important that we all take much more interest in our eye healthcare as sadly, the figures tell us that many people across Wales have never had their eyes tested. National Eye Health Week is also a great opportunity to highlight local eye care issues such as cataract treatment, to ensure that these issues are constantly being heard at an Assembly level.”
16 September 2015
- Published on Wednesday, 16 September 2015 17:08
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies has called for a statement from the Deputy Minister for Farming and Food regarding her decision to refuse early access to the Basic Payments Scheme, despite having the levers to do so.
Mr Davies said, “Farmers in Pembrokeshire and further afield are facing significant challenges and the Welsh Government should be doing all that it can to support them. Sadly, that’s not the case as the Welsh Government has denied farmers early access to the Basic Payments Scheme. The Deputy Minister must now come to the Assembly Chamber to explain her justification for that decision.”
- Published on Wednesday, 16 September 2015 13:29
Welsh Conservatives have today called for early access to the Basic Payments Scheme (BPS) in Wales – and an end to Labour refusals and confusion.
With the farming industry facing significant challenges, every possible level of support is a necessity from Welsh government and the Deputy Leader of the Welsh Conservatives has questioned Labour ministers on early BPS access.
11 September 2015
- Published on Friday, 11 September 2015 14:59
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies recently visited Poppit Sands with the Minister for Natural Resources Carl Sargeant AM and fellow Assembly Member Jocelyn Davies to meet with volunteers who have been working to tackle Himalayan balsam in the local area.
Mr Davies said, “I was delighted to visit Poppit Sands with my Assembly colleagues to see first-hand the work done by volunteers, who have been working hard to fight the spread of Himalayan balsam. It’s great to see such community cohesion, where local people have come together to protect the local environment. I thoroughly congratulate the volunteers, who have done a wonderful job and moving forward, I hope that the Welsh Government works with partners and voluntary groups in Pembrokeshire and around Wales to help tackle Himalayan balsam in the future.”
- Published on Friday, 11 September 2015 14:56
Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies will be wearing a gold ribbon this month to support Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Thousands of families deal with the devastating impact of a cancer diagnosis and its treatment every month. Treatment for children is often gruelling, take place for years and take place many miles from home.
CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading charity supporting children and young people with cancer, is asking elected representatives across the UK to join the charity in raising awareness of the impact of cancer and children and their families during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
09 September 2015
- Published on Wednesday, 09 September 2015 15:08
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies recently visited Glangwili hospital’s special care baby unit to see its facilities for expectant mothers. Since the closure of the Special Care Baby Unit at Withybush hospital, families across Pembrokeshire now have to travel to Glangwili hospital in Carmarthen to receive these services.
Mr Davies said, “It was important for me to get a full grasp of the facilities at Glangwili hospital, to see what services expectant mothers in my constituency now receive. Despite the hard work of the staff on the ward, the facilities at Glangwili are inadequate and in clear need of improvement. Not only are mothers in my constituency travelling further for treatment, the standards of these services are simply not up to scratch and therefore could put lives at risk.”