Plaid Cymru Councillor Dai Rees Jones will today (16 Sept 2010) share his experience as a 'corporate parent' to children in Gwynedd Council's care at a conference in Cardiff.
Local man, Paul Thomas, 31, born and bred in Tanygrisiau, has been announced as Plaid Cymru's candidate in the forthcoming Gwynedd Council by-election at Blaenau Ffestiniog's Bowydd and Rhiw Ward.
Plaid Cymru Councillor, Evie Morgan Jones from Dyffryn Ardudwy will be a very busy man on the 25th of August this year, as he has will carry out the role of President at Meirionnydd County Show, held this year at Tŷ Cerrig farm, Ynys, Talsarnau, near Harlech.
Following the recent success of Relentless Wakestock Festival 2010 at Abersoch and Pwllheli earlier in the month, Plaid Cymru Councillor Wyn Williams has congratulated the organisers on the resounding success of the event:
Plaid Cymru's Gwynedd group Leader and Gwynedd Council Leader Dyfed Edwards has described criticism of Ieuan Wyn Jones' support for one of north Wales' biggest summer events as "dismissive" towards the region and its important tourism sector.
Plaid Cymru Councillor for Botwnnog, Glyn Roberts has welcomed the decision that a new Enterprise Centre is to be built at Botwnnog on the Llŷn Peninsula.
Deiniolen Village is a hive of activity this week as the Annual Carnival is reinstated into the community's events calendr.
Plaid Cymru Councillor, Penri Jones who represents Llanbedrog on Gwynedd Council is proud of the work carried out by some diligent volunteers in the area.
Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd group is calling for youngsters across Gwynedd to be given direct guidance and education in ensuring the county becomes a low carbon county.
Today, (Friday 12 March) local Plaid Cymru Councillor Linda Ann Jones and Plaid’s Town Councillor and Chair of Ffestinog Town Council Dylan Richards has invited Plaid Cymru group Leader Dyfed Edwards to a visit of Bro Ffestiniog.
Twelve months since disaster struck a Caernarfon based furniture manufacturer and distributor, things are looking up thanks to the helping hand of Gwynedd Council and the Welsh Assembly Government.
As the economy begins to recover from the affects of the recession, Plaid Cymru Councillor Dyfed Edwards took the opportunity to highlight some successful home-grown businesses in Pwllheli today (Friday 5 February 2010).
“Porthmadog’s new by-pass will strengthen the town as a central facility for the local community and further enhance its appeal as a great tourist destination,” explains local Plaid Cymru Councillor Selwyn Griffiths today (Friday 29 Jan 2010) as he and his fellow Plaid Cymru Councillor Dyfed Edwards (Gwynedd Council Leader) join Deputy First