Siân Gwenllian

Plaid Cymru MS for Arfon

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Plaid Cymru MS for Arfon

Entered the Senedd on 5 May 2016

Recent appearances

  • 12. Short Debate: Confronting the crisis: Tackling youth homelessness in Wales 17 Jul 2024

    As you've both mentioned, preventative work from an early age is crucially important to prevent homelessness among young people. By collaborating on a cross-sectoral basis, we can identify those young people who are at risk way before they reach crisis point or before young people are threatened with homelessness. We've talked about Upstream Cymru, which is an excellent resource that...
  • 4. 90-second Statements 17 Jul 2024

    Thank you very much. In 1984, R. Gwynn Davies from Waunfawr was inspired by personal circumstances to transform people’s perceptions of the role of individuals with learning disabilities in society. Antur Waunfawr was established to provide opportunities to people with learning disabilities within the community, rather than providing care and employment opportunities in isolated specialist...
  • 2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Climate Change and Rural Affairs: Local Food Supply Chains 17 Jul 2024

    Thank you very much. In a Government statement in 2022 this was said: 'Ensuring that all primary school children in Wales will get free school meals by 2024, presents real opportunity for a major step change in policy and practice to transform the food system'. And two years ago, a food procurement resource was launched online, a new one called 'Buying Food Fit for the Future'. Before this...

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