Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, Paul Davies AM, has picked up the baton in the wake of his Party’s Welsh Parliament debate last week, in tackling the Welsh Government on the state of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.
Paul Davies AM recently visited Pembrokeshire based company GenPower. The company has seen huge expansion over the thirteen years it has been in operation and now employs fifty people at its headquarters in Pembroke Dock.
Local Assembly Member Paul Davies recently visited The Citizens Advice office in Haverfordwest. Paul met with Chief Executive Geraldine Murphy, Trustee Alan Furlong and Advice Senior Manager Nikki Neufeld. Paul was also able to speak to case workers in what was a very informative visit.
Preseli Pembrokeshire Assembly Member Paul Davies recently visited Pembrokeshire Wake Park during Tourism Week. The Wake Park near Martletwy was opened in 2017 by siblings Mark, Sarah and Steph Harris.
“I’d like to thank Mark for his valuable contribution as a part of the Welsh Conservative Group in the Assembly over the last two years and his ability to thoroughly challenge the record of this failing Welsh Labour Government.