Mark Williams MP shows support for Armed Forces community in Wales

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, recently met with The Royal British Legion’s Wales Area Manager Antony Metcalfe to discuss support for the Armed Forces community in Wales.

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Government must address Police Widows’ Pensions injustice

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion and Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has criticised the Government for its failure to address the concerns of police widows who would lose their pension were they to remarry or move in with a partner.

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Mark Williams supports Dog Theft Awareness Day in Parliament

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has joined with Members of Parliament and the Stolen & Missing Pets Alliance for the first ever Dog Theft Awareness Day event that took place in Parliament on March 14th.

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Mark reiterates S4C funding calls during St David’s Day debate in Parliament

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion and Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has reiterated his calls for assurance from the government over continued funding for S4C during the St David’s Day debate that took place in Parliament this week.

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Mark raises Brexit impact on Higher Education during St David’s Day debate

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion and Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, has raised concerns for higher education after Brexit during the St David’s Day debate that took place this week.

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People with Arthritis need more support to work

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has called on the government to provide more support for workers with arthritis to help rectify the ‘arthritis employment gap’.

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Mark welcomes Heritage Lottery grant for WW1 research in Llanfair Clydogau

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has welcomed the announcement that Hanes Llanfair has been granted £9,000 of Heritage Lottery funding to enable research into the impact of the First World War on the local community.

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Mark Williams takes on blindfold walk for Guide Dogs awareness

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has today undertaken a blindfolded walk to understand the struggle faced by partially sighted and blind constituents, as well as to raise money and awareness for the local Aberystwyth & District Guide Dogs group.

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Mark speaks on importance of food education at ‘Let’s Talk about Food!’ event

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, took part in the ‘Let’s Talk about Food!’ event at the Morlan Centre on Monday 13th February and spoke about the importance of food education from an early age and the benefits of locally grown produce.

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Mark congratulates Cardigan Town Centre Partnership on commendation in High Street Awards

Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, has congratulated Cardigan Town Centre Partnership for their ‘Special Recognition’ commendation as part of the Great British High Street Awards.

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