Following the revelation that Powys County Council’s public consultation document on the potential closure of Llanbedr Church in Wales Primary School contained significantly inaccurate figures on the availability of places at the nearest Church in Wales School in Llangattock, local Welsh Lib Dem County Councillor John Morris has challenged the Council’s Cabinet Member for Education, Cllr Phyl Davies, to at the very least re-issue the consultation document with accurate figures.

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The refusal of Powys County Council’s Education Service to allow online consultation events with the parents and pupils of the schools currently under threat of closure has been condemned by the Council’s Welsh Liberal Democrat – Green Group.  

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Tories backtracking over new Powys Hospitals shows lack of honesty with voters

The admission by the Conservatives that their manifesto pledge to build two new hospitals in Powys won’t be fulfilled has been described as a disappointing breach of trust by the Liberal Democrats.

The Conservative manifesto pledges on both the inside cover and on page two that they will build “five new hospitals.” However, Welsh Conservatives have now admitted that only two new hospitals will be built, neither of which will be in Powys and instead that existing hospitals in Newtown and Llandrindod will be upgraded.

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Manifesto rural economy infrastructure and tourism

Rural communities are vital to the character and strength of Wales. Liberal Democrats have a long tradition of representing these communities and understand their needs. We will always give rural
interests a high priority.
In our policies on transport, health, education and communities set out in more detail elsewhere in this manifesto, we have ensured that rural needs and perspectives are included.

Our priorities for Rural Wales are:

  • Fighting to prevent or counteract the adverse impacts on our farmers of losing CAP support and easy access to European markets.

  • Ensuring good local services and community facilities such as schools, public transport, local shops, cultural venues and pubs, as well as more houses to meet local needs.

  • Boosting the attractiveness of Wales as a tourist destination.


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Valuing the NHS and social care workforce

Valuing the NHS and social care workforce

Our health and social care services’ greatest resource is their staff, working tirelessly under immense pressure.

We will: 

• Guarantee the rights of all NHS and social care service staff who are EU nationals, the right to stay in the UK.

• End the public sector pay freeze for NHS workers. 

• Protect NHS whistle-blowers and introduce a Welsh NHS whistleblowing hotline.

GPs in particular have been put under considerable strain, leaving many people waiting weeks to get appointments. GPs are the core of the NHS and they need support to ensure that the NHS is able to survive and thrive.

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Y Gymraeg a’i diwylliant - Welsh language and culture

Y Gymraeg a’i diwylliant

Mae’r Gymraeg yn elfen annatod o wead ein gwlad. Credwn y dylai fod modd i bawb siarad eu hiaith
frodorol, y dylai fod modd i bawb gael gafael ar wasanaethau cyhoeddus o safon dda yn Gymraeg, ac y
dylai’r cyfle i ddysgu Cymraeg fod ar gael i bawb.

Mae’n rhaid bod gan bawb yng Nghymru yr hawl i siarad a dysgu Cymraeg – p’un a ydych yn dod o deulu
Cymraeg ei iaith neu a ydych newydd gyrraedd ein gwlad hardd, dylech fod yn gallu siarad Cymraeg yn eich

Welsh language and culture

The Welsh language is an inherent strand of the fabric of our country. We believe that everyone should be enabled to speak their native language, that everyone should be able to access good quality Welsh public services, and that learning Welsh should be open to all.

Everyone in Wales must have the right to speak and learn Welsh – whether you come from a Welsh�language family or are newly-arrived in our beautiful country, you should be able to speak Welsh in your


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