It’s ‘curtains up’ for a North Wales community centre following a grant of over £3,000 to improve facilities.
Awards for All Wales, which is funded by the Big Lottery and Heritage Lottery Fund, has provided £3,214 to the Bro
Residents in one of the largest remaining communities in Wales without broadband will soon benefit from improved telephone services.
BT/Openreach have confirmed that Gwytherin near Llangernyw will be one of six schemes to benefit from the rollout of broa
An important service for people with mental health problems in Conwy has been given a cash boost just weeks after a Clwyd West AM Darren Millar warned that the service would close without more help from the Assembly Government.
Llandudno based Cam Ymlaen
Commenting on today’s Assembly Government statement responding to the Pitt Review on flooding, Shadow Environment Minister Darren Millar AM said: “The Minister must now look to review Assembly Government planning guidance to local authorities
Clwyd West AM Darren Millar has warned that critical rural bus services in rural Conwy could face serious cuts due to an Assembly Government announcement earlier this week.
Services along the A5 between Corwen and Betws-y-Coed have already been red
A number of improvements will be made to bus services in Abergele following a packed public meeting in the town this week.
The meeting was called by Clwyd West AM Darren Millar in response to dozens of constituent complaints over cuts to bus services in
Commenting on today’s announcement by Assembly Government Local Government Minister Brian Gibbons that Conwy County Borough Council is to receive £400,000 less next year as a result of the revised local government settlement, Clwyd West AM Dar
Shadow Minister for the Environment, Darren Millar AM, has praised the work of volunteers from a North Wales community organisation in his Clwyd West constituency after they picked up yet another award for their efforts to improve green spaces in one of t
Shadow Minister for the Environment Darren Millar AM is backing a Green Christmas scheme which can see shoppers turn trash to trees just by visiting their local supermarket.
Supermarket giant ASDA has teamed up with environmental charity ‘Trees for
The Assembly Government should do more to help cancer patients to meet rising fuel bills this winter. That’s the message from Clwyd West AM, Darren Millar who challenged First Minister Rhodri Morgan over the issue in the Assembly this week.
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