Welsh Labour AM for Mid & West Wales

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Joyce backs electrical safety campaign for older people

Older people in Mid and West Wales are at significantly greater risk of an electrical fire in their home than any other age-group.

Over half of fires in Welsh homes are caused by electricity, with older people at far greater risk of experiencing one – according to a new report by leading safety charity, Electrical Safety First, and Swansea University.Read more


Violence Against Women: Young people call on ‘Men of Harlech’ to speak out

Pupils from Ysgol Ardudwy led a march through Harlech town centre on Friday (24 November) to mark White Ribbon Day.

The students were joined by Assembly Member Joyce Watson, local Women’s Institute members and chairman Meinir Lloyd Jones, as well as Welsh Government representatives. Starting at Bron y Graig upper car park, the group walked with a ‘respect’ banner to the castle. There was also an evening candlelit vigil at St Mary’s Church, Dolgellau, organised by Meirionnydd WI member Christine Hemsley.Read more


Joyce visits Llanelli homelessness charity

Assembly Member Joyce Watson this week (23 October) visited a Llanelli project providing accommodation, support and advice to homeless young people.

The self-contained flats at Clos Sant Paul are run by Welsh homelessness charity The Wallich. As well as a temporary home, the project offers young people (16 to 25 years old) 24-hour support including family mediation, help with benefits claims and employment and training advice.Read more

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