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Adam Price heads west on virtual tour of Wales

JOBS, housing, health services and other important subjects which impact the day-to-day life of Pembrokeshire residents will be under the spotlight on Wednesday evening, 3rd March at 7pm, as the Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price visits Pembrokeshire as part of his “Ask Adam” virtual tour of Wales.

On the Pembrokeshire virtual panel will be the Senedd candidates Cris Tomos for Preseli Pembrokeshire, Cefin Campbell the Senedd candidate for South Pembrokeshire as well as being regional candidate for Mid and West Wales. Joining them on the panel will be Elen Haf Roach a recent former pupil at Ysgol y Preseli and now studying a degree course at Aberystwyth University.

Cris Tomos, Plaid Cymru’s Senedd candidate for Preseli Pembrokeshire and Cefin Campbell, Plaid Cymru’s Senedd candidate for South Pembrokeshire & West Carmarthenshire, jointly noted: “Plaid Cymru is putting forward a vision of what Wales could look like by ensuring that resources are distributed better throughout Wales. Adam Price wants to hear from as many people as possible about their concerns and their aspirations. In the absence of any street campaigns, we have found virtual ways of reaching out to people and communities across Wales.

“There are many issues facing our communities in Pembrokeshire. Housing, the centralization of services, jobs, and of course the health service are the most prominent issues. But this is an opportunity to raise any issues that might concern residents.”

Michael Williams the Leader of the Plaid Cymru group of councillors in Pembrokeshire County Council “This is a fantastic opportunity to share your views with Adam Price and prospective candidates for the Senedd Election. Adam will also share his vision of the kind of Wales we could live in, with improved services and opportunities for our rural and coastal communities in west Wales. I would urge as many people from Pembrokeshire as possible to sign up and join in the conversation.”

Adam Price MS said “At a time when reaching out to each other can seem impossible, this really is a great way for people in Pembrokeshire to connect and share their concerns, thoughts and ideas with me. “Ask Adam” will give you the chance to ask me questions and to discuss the matters that are important to you in the area. Plaid Cymru is the party of Wales, for Wales and as your prospective First Minister, I want to hear what you have to say”

Elen Haf Roach noted “Young people In Wales have many challenges at the moment. I received a Welsh upbringing in an English area near Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire and it has opened my eyes to the challenges facing the Welsh language and its general culture in Wales.”

Anybody wishing to join in the meeting can do so by registering here: https://www.plaid.cymru/ask_adam_holi_adam_pembs?lang=en