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Mick welcomes £101,000 Welsh Government Grant to restore and modernise Clwb y Bont

Clwb Y Bont was founded in the spirit of a co-operative in 1983, and has been at the heart of Pontypridd’s cultural life ever since. It provides a space for a diverse range of social, cultural and educational events, but it is also a place where people can use and hear the Welsh language, as

VACCINE ROLL-OUT PLAN PUBLISHED

Welsh Government has published its plan to vaccinate the 2.5m adults in #wales The key milestones are: By mid-February vaccination offered to approx 700,000 in 4 groups: o All care home residents and staff o Frontline health and social care staff o Everyone over 70 o And everyone who is clinically extremely vulnerable. By Spring,

UPDATED ADVICE TO THOSE SHIELDING

Further to the Welsh Government statement on 22 December about updated advice to people who are clinically extremely vulnerable, you can download a version of the letter that has been sent to approximately 130,000 people on the shielding patient list here. Guidance for those who are Clinically Extremely Vulnerable can also be found on the following

BREXIT DEAL – THE CLOCK IS NOW TICKING ON THE FUTURE OF THE UK

In a speech today (30 December 2020) at the Senedd, Mick Antoniw, Member of the Welsh Parliament for Pontypridd has warned that the Tory Government’s Brexit deal by-passes Welsh interests and concentrates even more power in the hands of the Westminster Government. The warning follows the publication of the UK Government’s EU Future Relations Bill,