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29 December 2016
- Published on Thursday, 29 December 2016 10:49
The amount of Bovine TB compensation paid to Welsh farmers has risen by an alarming 33% in just 12 months, according to new figures uncovered by the Welsh Conservatives.
According to a Written Assembly Question (WAQ) by the leader of the Welsh Conservatives – Andrew RT Davies – £14.5m was paid in compensation to farmers in 2015/16 as a result of incidences of Bovine TB.
The alarming hike in payouts came in a year where the Welsh Labour Government was forced to suspend its vaccination programme due to supply chain issues.
16 December 2016
- Published on Friday, 16 December 2016 16:41
Local schoolgirl Amelie Dash has won an annual Christmas card competition organised by Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies. Amelie’s card design, featuring festive reindeers sought off competition from school pupils right across Pembrokeshire. Amelie’s card was selected by local artist Cynth Weyman and she was awarded a Kindle Fire by Mr Davies.
Mr Davies said: “I’m delighted to present Amelie with a Kindle Fire for winning this year’s Christmas card competition. I’m very proud of the talent shown by all the local school children in their Christmas card designs – it’s clear there’s some budding artists in our schools! I’ve received plenty of compliments from my Assembly colleagues and so congratulations to Amelie for her winning card, which was creative, festive and fun.”
He added, “I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who took part in the competition and I hope all of the children and their families have a wonderful Christmas and a very happy New Year!”
- Published on Friday, 16 December 2016 11:31
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies has welcomed pupils from Milford Haven to the National Assembly for Wales and taken questions from them about all aspects of public life and politics. Mr Davies talked to the children about his work as an Assembly Member and some of the local issues facing people in Pembrokeshire.
Mr Davies said: “It was a real pleasure to welcome the pupils and staff from Milford Haven Junior School to the Senedd and give them an opportunity to learn more about the Assembly and Welsh politics. It was great to see the children enthusiastic about the Assembly and asking me a lot of questions.”
15 December 2016
- Published on Thursday, 15 December 2016 13:28
Pembrokeshire politicians Paul Davies and Angela Burns have co-hosted a briefing session at the Assembly on the Welsh Government’s proposals for Nitrate Vulnerable Zones with the NFU. The briefing session provided an overview of the Welsh Government’s plans and highlighted the ways in which they will impact on farmers in Wales.
Preseli Pembrokeshire Paul Davies said: “It was a pleasure to open the briefing session and to meet with some of the farmers that are affected by these plans. The Welsh Government’s proposals will have a huge impact on Pembrokeshire farmers and it’s important that they have their say. The consultation is running until December 23rd and I’d strongly encourage everyone to feed into the consultation.
07 December 2016
- Published on Wednesday, 07 December 2016 13:45
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies has raised the Welsh Government’s proposals for Nitrate Vulnerable Zones in the Assembly Chamber with the First Minister. Mr Davies raised the impact of the Welsh Government’s plans on farmers in Pembrokeshire and asked for a justification of them, given that they would leave farmers at a competitive disadvantage.
Mr Davies said: “The Welsh Government has a choice whether to go ahead or not with its proposals for Nitrate Vulnerable Zones in Wales and it’s quite clear that both of the proposals would put Welsh farmers at a disadvantage. Farmers in Pembrokeshire will be particularly affected by these plans and so it’s important that the Welsh Government recognises its impact and offer support to farmers who will be forced to meet any new regulations.
06 December 2016
- Published on Tuesday, 06 December 2016 12:33
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies recently visited Duckspool Farm in Wiston to meet with officials from the Pembrokeshire NFU branch to discuss the Welsh Government’s proposals for Nitrate Vulnerable Zones. The Welsh Government has issued a consultation on its plans for Nitrate Vulnerable Zone designations, which will close on 23rd December.
Mr Davies said: “It was a pleasure to meet with officials to discuss the Welsh Government’s consultation on Nitrate Vulnerable Zones in Wales. Sadly, neither of the options put forward by the Welsh Government are acceptable to farmers in Pembrokeshire, who are already facing tough market conditions and bovine TB restrictions. The Welsh Government’s plans will have serious financial consequences for local farmers, many of whom simply cannot afford to build additional storage facilities.”
05 December 2016
- Published on Monday, 05 December 2016 14:54
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies recently hosted an advice surgery in Haverfordwest with the National Autistic Society’s Pembrokeshire branch. The surgery gave Mr Davies the opportunity to meet with local people living with autism in the County and to discuss ways in which they can be better supported.
Mr Davies said: “I was delighted to hold an advice surgery with the sole purpose of discussing autism in Pembrokeshire, given the number of longstanding issues that people living in the area continue to face. I’d like to thank the National Autistic Society for their support in putting together the surgery and I look forward to continuing to work with the local branch to deliver better outcomes for people with autism in Pembrokeshire.”
- Published on Monday, 05 December 2016 14:53
Mr Davies said: “It was a pleasure to visit Crymych pharmacy and learn more about the challenges that local pharmacies are currently facing. We already know that community pharmacies, such as Crymych pharmacy, are delivering a number of important health services to the local area and it’s important that we continue to do all that we can to support them.”