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    Harlech residents lobby AM over “eyesore” hotel

    September 3rd, 2014 | Feature | Joyce Watson AM | No Comments

    Harlech residents this week met Assembly Member Joyce Watson to discuss the fate of the derelict St David’s Hotel. At a meeting held at the Old Library and Institute on Monday (1 September) evening, members of local regeneration group Harlech a’r Cylch told Mrs Watson of their concerns over the dilapidated hotel which they describe […]

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    Joyce goes gold to support children with cancer

    September 1st, 2014 | Feature | Joyce Watson AM | No Comments

    Assembly Member Joyce Watson will be wearing a gold ribbon this September to support Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. According to cancer charity CLIC Sargent, thousands of families deal with the devastating impact of a cancer diagnosis and treatment every month. The organisation is highlighting how treatment for children is often gruelling, can span years and […]

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    Tribute to Robin Williams

    August 12th, 2014 | Blog, Feature | Joyce Watson AM | No Comments

    “When someone like the film actor Robin Williams dies at the age of 63 it makes us all uncomfortably aware of our own mortality. The part he played in The Dead Poets Society in 1989 brought him to our attention as a great optimistic force who could relate to the hopes, frustrations and idealism of […]

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    Joyce welcomes further investment to Aberystwyth

    July 28th, 2014 | Feature | Joyce Watson AM | No Comments

    Joyce Watson AM for Mid and West Wales welcomed the news by Carl Sargeant, the minister for housing and regeneration that more investment is to be ploughed into regenerating Aberystwyth, with the Welsh government pledging a further £570,000 to repair the bandstand. Joyce commented, ‘When I saw Aberystwyth in January soon after the storms, the […]

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    Call for council chief to resign after ex youth worker is jailed

    July 15th, 2014 | Feature, Media | Joyce Watson AM | No Comments

    An Assembly Member has called for Wales’ highest paid council chief executive to resign over the way Pembrokeshire council dealt with allegations about a former senior council youth worker who went on to be jailed for sexually abusing a child.

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