Gareth Davies

Conservative MS for Vale of Clwyd

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Conservative MS for Vale of Clwyd

Entered the Senedd on 6 May 2021

Recent appearances

  • 10. Welsh Conservatives Debate: Farming 17 Jul 2024

    I'm pleased to take part in this debate today, to recognise the importance of our rural and farming communities here in Wales, how vital they are to our nation, and how we can better support them, going forward. Coming out of the furore of the sustainable farming scheme, in which trust between the farming community and the Welsh Government was severely damaged, it's now more important than...
  • 3. Topical Questions: Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board 17 Jul 2024

    Diolch, Deputy Llywydd. As the Member for Dwyfor Meirionnydd said, one of the qualifying criteria for de-escalation is indeed the reduction of waiting times, and, as you know and as I know and as most people know, the waiting times at A&E in Glan Clwyd Hospital are chronic. It's only getting worse, and obviously if that's one of the de-escalation qualifying criteria then it's never going to...
  • 2. Questions to the Cabinet Secretary for Climate Change and Rural Affairs: Community Action for Nature 17 Jul 2024

    In the Vale of Clwyd, we have Rhyl Cut and Prestatyn Gutter, which are often subject to littering, similar to what Darren Millar mentioned. You name it, it goes in there—shopping trolleys and large items, to say the least—and one of the solutions to this that we've identified with the local authority is making the walkway—we call them 'destiny paths'—but opening those destiny paths to...

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