Kirsty calls for urgent action on Coelbren GP services

Kirsty Williams AM has called for urgent action to retain GP services in Coelbren following the news that Dulais Valley General Practice in Seven Sisters is losing two of its four doctors and is concerned it will struggle to find replacements. Dulais Valley General Practice provides a branch clin...

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Kirsty Williams votes against AM pay rise

Kirsty Williams AM this week voted against the huge £10,000 pay rise for Assembly Members. Despite urging all parties in the Assembly to join forces to fight the pay rise, the Welsh Liberal Democrats were the only party to vote against the rise.  The Tories, Labour and Plaid all voted in support ...

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Ambulance response times in Powys in desperate need of improvement

Ambulance response times in Powys are in desperate need of improvement, Kirsty Williams AM has said today in response to newly published figures. Figures published for August show that just 54.8% of emergency responses to Category A (immediately life-threatening) calls in Powys arrived at the sce...

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Deaf people in Brecon at risk, unless life-changing clinics can be saved

People with hearing loss in the Brecon area could be at risk of loneliness and isolation, should an essential hearing clinic close next year, as planned. Action on Hearing Loss Cymru’s free hearing aid clinics change lives every day across Wales, by helping people to manage their hearing loss in...

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Anger as NatWest set to leave Crickhowell

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat AM for Brecon and Radnorshire, and John Morris, Welsh Lib Dem Cllr for Crickhowell have vowed to campaign against the closure of the NatWest Branch in Crickhowell following today’s announcement that the branch is to close in November.  If it goes ahead, the...

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Kirsty Williams backs Welsh farming

Today, Kirsty Williams, AM for Brecon and Radnorshire, supported the NFU Cymru stall in Cardiff City centre. The idea was to bring a ‘taste’ of the countryside to Wales’ capital city to help explain to shoppers why it’s more important than ever to #backWelshfarming   In what is an extremely chall...

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About Kirsty

Since being elected as a Lib Dem Assembly Member in 1999, Kirsty Williams has gained a reputation as a tireless worker for the people of Brecon and Radnorshire. She has helped local people with tens of thousands of individual issues and problems as well as leading countless high profile campaigns in our area. Read more