Plans for £100m testing centre an opportunity to deliver for local communities

Kirsty Williams AM has welcomed the progress made towards a new rail testing centre on the border of Brecon and Radnorshire, stressing the need to ensure the potential benefits for local communities are realised. It is estimated that the facility would employ around 400 people in the construction...

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World IBD Day 2019 marked in Welsh Assembly

World IBD Day 2019 marked in Welsh Assembly

Kirsty Williams AM attended an event in the National Assembly for Wales to mark World IBD Day and raise awareness of the condition. Among those present was Amber Davies, a student from Builth Wells who has ulcerative colitis and has been an active campaigner and fundraiser. She lives with a perma...

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£820,000 Flying Start childcare boost for Priory Church in Wales School

£820,000 Flying Start childcare boost for Priory Church in Wales School

Kirsty Williams has welcomed the news that Priory Church in Wales School will benefit from £820,000 in Flying Start funding, boosting its childcare provision. The money will be used to create new facilities for the current school. The new site will offer Flying Start childcare, Childcare Offer pl...

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Kirsty backs cerebral palsy register for Wales

Kirsty backs cerebral palsy register for Wales

Kirsty Williams AM has signed a pledge supporting the creation of a cerebral palsy register for Wales, as part of a visit to Brecon Hospital on Friday 10th May. The planned national register is intended to improve care for people with cerebral palsy, and the first stage of the project is starting...

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Kirsty visits new Brecon Beacons green conference and training centre

Kirsty visits new Brecon Beacons green conference and training centre

On Friday 3rd May Kirsty Williams AM visited “Like Work But Different” for the first of their Friday drop-in sessions. “Like Work But Different” is a unique set of meeting spaces situated in the heart of the Black Mountains, in the Brecon Beacons National Park. It aims to make use of the great ou...

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New plans could hurt tourism, warn local Liberal Democrats

New plans could hurt tourism, warn local Liberal Democrats

Kirsty Williams and Jane Dodds have called on the Conservative Government to address concern over possible plans that could risk small businesses in tourism struggling to cope with an increase in late cancellations.

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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.

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