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Nia Griffith MP was delighted to be invited to say a few words at the official opening of the Ty Mair family centre in Burry Port, which provides support for families with children aged up to 10 years old. Speaking just before the Right Reverend Wyn Evans, Bishop of St Davids, cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of the centre, Nia said

“ The Church in Wales’ organisation  Plant Dewi has a proven track record in providing much –needed services in our communities and we are very grateful that they have chosen to set up the Ty Mair family centre here in Burry Port. It is important for the sustainability of projects like this that they have the strong backing and support of organisations like Plant Dewi. The marvelous singing that we have just heard form pupils of Glanymor, Parc y Tywyn and Burry Port School reminds us that we can achieve more together than on our own, and I would like to thank everyone who has worked in partnership to get this centre up and running. I wish the Centre Manager Shan Cheesman, her staff and all who use the project every success in the future.”