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Protect our Red squirrels

Two years ago I was appointed as the Red Squirrel Species Champion in the Assembly.

The Wales Environment Link (WEL) Species Champions initiative asks Assembly Members to lend political support to the protection of Wales’ special and threatened wildlife by becoming ‘Species Champions’.

Welsh Government to canvass views of children on Brexit

Children and young people are to be asked for their views on Brexit, with seven to 11-year-olds canvassed in schools, with a teacher or member of support staff present.

Commenting on the announcement, Mr Millar said:

Colwyn Bay Train Station improvements praised

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar has applauded improvements works at a busy train station after seeing them first hand last week.

Darren  visited Colwyn Bay Train Station to see the newly refurbished facilities on Friday and was hugely impressed by the works that have been carried out.

A very special political experience up for grabs

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar AM has thrown his support behind the Welsh Mountain Zoo’s ‘Silk Road’ crowdfunding campaign offering a very special and unique ‘political’ prize.

Welsh Heads warn of school funding crisis

Head teachers in Wales are warning of a “quiet crisis” in schools due to underfunding.

There are concerns that financial constraints placed on school budgets could already be damaging standards.

Progress on new council offices praised

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar has applauded progress on the new 31 million Conwy County Borough Council offices in Colwyn Bay following a recent visit to the site.

Nobody deserves to feel lonely and isolated

Loneliness and isolation can affect anyone at any stage in their lives.

The National Survey for Wales on Loneliness found that in the year 2016-17, 17% of people were lonely, and 54% of people experienced some feelings of loneliness.