- Paul Davies AM: Wales’ rural economy needs a plan
- Pembrokeshire Politicians Attend Rural Oscars
- Local AM Raises Concern over Latest Bank Closure
- Local AM Calls for More Action on Mobile Phone Connectivity in Pembrokeshire
- Paul Davies Signs Holocaust Book of Commitment
- Paul Davies Welcomes Pembrokeshire Disabled Bowlers Club to the Senedd
- Paul Davies Hosts Annual Farmhouse Breakfast
- Community Cash Up For Grabs!
- Paul Davies Takes Part in Business Rates Panel
- Local AM Meets with the Country Land & Business Association
26 September 2016
- Published on Monday, 26 September 2016 14:35
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies was delighted to recently offer a work placement through leading local charity Pembrokeshire People First. Mr Davies offered Jeremy de Wilton, from St David’s, the opportunity to work alongside his team in both his constituency office in Haverfordwest and in his Assembly office in Cardiff Bay. During his placement, Jeremy had the opportunity to see first-hand the work that Paul and his team do in Pembrokeshire and at the National Assembly for Wales.
Mr Davies said, “I’m delighted that Jeremy has enjoyed his time shadowing me in my role as an Assembly Member. I hope that the placement was able to give Jeremy a taste of the work that I do at the Assembly and in the constituency. It’s always great to see people actively engaging with local and national politics and I look forward to welcoming more work experience placements in the future.”
22 September 2016
- Published on Thursday, 22 September 2016 10:28
Support to help deliver a more stable solution for Goodwick surgery was raised in the Assembly Chamber by local AM Paul Davies. Mr Davies raised the issue with the First Minister following concerns from local residents about the lack of access that patients have to services.
Mr Davies said: “It’s important that GP practices are delivering high-quality medical services in our local communities and that everything possible is done to ensure that in the case of Goodwick, a permanent and stable solution is found. I’ve received correspondence from constituents who are rightly concerned about the future of the practice and I hope that the Welsh Government will do all that it can to support Hywel Dda University Health Board in recruiting more staff, so that we can see an improvement in service delivery.”
- Published on Thursday, 22 September 2016 10:26
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies has called for a commitment from the Welsh Government to dual the A40 in Pembrokeshire, following the publication of the Welsh Government’s Programme for Government. Mr Davies called on the First Minister to not to rule out dualling the A40 in Pembrokeshire, following confirmation in the Programme for Government that improvements to the A40 would be made in this Assembly.
Mr Davies said: “I’m pleased to see that the Welsh Government will be delivering improvements to the A40 in Pembrokeshire over the next few years, but the time has come for the A40 to be dualled. Dualling the A40 will send a clear message that Pembrokeshire is open for business as well as tackling traffic congestion, which can be particularly heavy during the summer months. Whilst I welcome any steps to improve Pembrokeshire’s transport network, it’s clear that the Welsh Government need to get on with the job of dualling the road and delivering real infrastructure improvements in west Wales.”
19 September 2016
- Published on Monday, 19 September 2016 16:37
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies has pledged his support for National Eye Health Week, which takes place this week (19th – 25th September 2016.) 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 so important to raise awareness of good eye health and I strongly advise everyone to have their eyes tested regularly. Over the next 25 years, the number of people with sight loss is expected to double, so please make sure that you’re doing all that you can to protect your sight and the sight of your loved ones.”
15 September 2016
- Published on Thursday, 15 September 2016 11:16
New Bovine TB statistics released by the Welsh Government once again highlight Welsh Labour’s failure to eradicate the disease in Wales.
The figures reveal that in the 12 months to June 2016, 9,476 cattle were slaughtered in Wales – up 43% from 6,647 for the same period to June 2015.
Welsh Conservatives have called on the Welsh Government to acknowledge calls from the farming unions for changes to their TB eradication programme.
14 September 2016
- Published on Wednesday, 14 September 2016 16:16
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies has once again called for a statement on the Welsh Government’s delivery of broadband across Wales, following complaints from constituents across Pembrokeshire who continue to receive a poor service.
Mr Davies said: “The Welsh Government are keen to emphasise the success of rolling out superfast broadband across Wales and yet in areas of Pembrokeshire, communities are still facing poor broadband speeds and substandard services. Now last year the Minister promised that rural communities wouldn’t be left behind – but that’s not the experience of some of my constituents.”
07 September 2016
- Published on Wednesday, 07 September 2016 15:09
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies has recently visited the Coast Lines exhibition in Fishguard. Coast Lines is a community arts group that encourages local people to capture the landscapes in their communities. It has successfully organised workshops across North Pembrokeshire with different community groups of all ages, including the residents at Llain Las and even the Sea Cadets.
Mr Davies said: “I was delighted to visit the Coast Lines exhibition at St Mary's Church and the exhibition shed located on the golden mile. The work of Coast Lines very much benefits the whole of Pembrokeshire and it’s great to see its success go from strength to strength. It was lovely to see the exhibits first hand and I’m grateful to Lizzy for showing me around and explaining to me more about the whole Coast Lines project. It was also great to hear that Coast Lines are looking to bring their work to the Senedd and so I look forward to seeing their work at the Assembly in the future.”