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Eye services to move to Abergele Hospital

Commenting on news that the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has announced that ophthalmology services are to be relocated to Abergele Hospital by the end of March next year, Clwyd West AM Darren Millar said:

Millar flies high – with North Wales Police!

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar proved that he had a head for heights this week during a day with the officers and crew of the North Wales Police helicopter.
19th January 2009
 
During the visit Darren had the opportunity to experience helicopter pol

Existing climate change problems must be addressed

Responding to Friday’s Assembly Government statement on climate change strategy, Shadow Environment Minister Darren Millar AM said:
12th January 2009
 
 “While we welcome the fact the Assembly Government has identified areas it wa

Council Wind Farm vote praised

Councillors in Conwy have been praised for backing a vote to seek legal advice over a possible challenge to a UK Government decision which gave the green light for a controversial wind farm off the North Wales coast.
The Department of Energy and Climate

Winners announced in Christmas Card competition

The results of a constituency wide competition to design a Christmas card for Darren Millar, Welsh Conservative Assembly Member for Clwyd West, have been announced.
Once again, hundreds of children from every corner of the constituency entered the compet

Curtains up for Bro Aled Community Centre

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

Early Christmas present for Gwytherin

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

Cash lifeline given to vulnerable service

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

Action not talk needed to combat flooding risk

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

Next stop is rural bus service cuts

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