In response to concerns from local residents, Nia Griffith MP will be holding a public meeting at Cross Hands Club at 7 pm on Tuesday 15th April about the proposed Pyrolysis plant (“incinerator”) at New Lodge on the A48 between Cross Hands and Pont Abraham.
For 20 years I taught in local schools, I was an active member of my trade union; a founder member of a local Women’s Aid organisation; a driving force behind a local youth group; and an environmental activist.
For me being an MP is about standing up for our communities; it’s about making useful changes that will benefit the many, not the few.
I roll up my sleeves and deal with serious issues whether it’s galvanising support on local issues or working with all the different groups who make our community a great place to live.
I am always pleased to hear from you, so please get in touch.