Kirsty backs WWF Cymru’s Earth Hour 2019


Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for Brecon and Radnorshire, has pledged her support for WWF’s Earth Hour campaign.

The Earth Hour campaign unites people to send a message about the importance of the future of the planet. Each year people across the world switch off their lights for 60 minutes and organise events in their communities. Last year over 400,000 people in Wales took part.

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New broadband voucher scheme worth considering for businesses and residents struggling with connectivity, says Kirsty

A new broadband voucher scheme arising from a partnership between the Welsh and UK Governments has been welcomed by Kirsty Williams AM.

The ‘Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme’ is part of efforts to connect homes which still cannot access superfast broadband. Funding is available of up to £5,500 per business and up to £800 per residential property.

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Council tax reduction awareness campaign backed by AM

An awareness raising campaign highlighting how some people may be missing out on support with council tax bills has been backed by Kirsty Williams, the Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for Brecon and Radnorshire.

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Kirsty welcomes Welsh renal charity to the Senedd to mark World Kidney Day

Kirsty Williams AM welcomed representatives of the Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales to the National Assembly for Wales in an event to mark World Kidney Day.

The charity was set up in memory of Paul Popham, who successfully fought renal failure for many years and benefitted from two kidney transplants. It works with units and centres that treat and specialise in renal care in Wales to purchase items that will benefit renal patients’ quality of life, and to develop initiatives that will help improve their health, well-being and welfare.

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Assembly Member supports calls for increased awareness of ovarian cancer symptoms

Kirsty Williams AM is marking Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month by supporting calls to raise awareness of the key symptoms of ovarian cancer.

Kirsty attended an event in the National Assembly for Wales, organised by Ovarian Cancer Action, giving Assembly Members a chance to discuss the issue and meet people affected by ovarian cancer.

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No-deal tariff plans would bring the agricultural sector to its knees

As the Westminster Government publishes plans for tariff rates in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Kirsty Williams has said its implications for farming would mean “any MP voting in favour of a no-deal Brexit would do so in the knowledge it would bring our agricultural sector to its knees.”

It comes ahead of the vote in Westminster on leaving the EU without a deal later today.

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