Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Councillors voted unanimously in favour of a scheme to keep all Gwynedd toilets that are under threat of closure, due to Tory funding cuts, open for the future.
Plaid Cymru’s Dolgellau Councillor, Linda Morgan has paid tribute to the cancer team in Wales and Manchester that has assisted her in her personal battle with cancer.
The Leader of the Plaid Cymru group on Gwynedd Council has called on people to vote in favour of keeping Wales and Britain in the European Union.
Plaid Cymru’s Penrhyndeudraeth Councillor, Gareth Thomas is again calling on the Welsh Government Minister for Transport to carry out an urgent safety assessment of the A487 junction near Deudraeth Garage in the town following a near miss incident at the site again recently.
In a special evening at Clwb Rygbi Caernarfon recently, Plaid Cymru members and supporters celebrated Arfon Assembly Member, Alun Ffred Jones’ 13 year contribution to the Welsh Assembly, and his continued support to Gwynedd and Welsh culture as a whole.
Plaid Cymru’s Pwllheli Councillor, Michael Sol Owen presentrf Gwynedd Council with a petition signed by nearly 7,000 people calling for Neuadd Dwyfor in the town to be saved from a list of financial cuts.
Penrhyndeudraeth Councillor, Gareth Thomas is calling for confirmation from Welsh Water that an underground sewage pipe is safe for allotments to be created at Cookes field in Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd.
“Seeking a fair budget - in the face of stringent cuts imposed upon us by the Tories and funding future essential Gwynedd services, is the challenge for us,” according to Gwynedd Plaid Cymru Leader, Dyfed Edwards when looking at Gwynedd’s financial budget for the next two years.
Plaid Cymru Councillor for Dolgellau, Dyfrig Siencyn welcomes the Post Office investment to its branch at Siop Glyndŵr in the town.
Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Leader, Dyfed Edwards has today welcomed the news that the Prime Minister, David Cameron has personally taken up concerns relating to the future funding of S4C.
It is with sadness that Plaid Cymru Councillors in Gwynedd announce the passing of long standing Bangor Councillor, Eddie Dogan.
Children and teenagers from Pen Llŷn now have a safe area to interact and socialise after school with computers, thanks to a Menter Llŷn project based at the village of Nefyn.
A brand new community group, ‘Harlech in action’ is seeking the views of local people, youngsters, businesses and community groups to see what their future vision is for the town of Harlech.
Safeguarding funding for the only Welsh TV channel in the world is imperative, says Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Leader Dyfed Edwards, a statement supported by all members of Gwynedd Council at a meeting recently.
Gwynedd Councillors have publicly declared their total opposition to the serious financial cuts soon to affect Gwynedd services as a result of Tory Treasury policies from London.
Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Councillors will publicly declare at Gwynedd’s next full Council meeting their total opposition to the serious financial cuts soon to affect Gwynedd services by the Tory Treasury in London.
Gwynedd Plaid Cymru Councillors want to halt the Westminster Tory Government plans to undermine workers' rights in Gwynedd.
Plaid Cymru Gwynedd gained a Llais Gwynedd seat at Llanaelhaearn’s Gwynedd Council By Election last night (19 Nov) and retained a Bangor seat at Gwynedd’s Dewi Ward.
Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Group Councillors showed their gratitude to one of the longest standing Gwynedd Councillors during their group meeting last week at Caernarfon, Gwynedd.
A Plaid Cymru Councillor from Bangor is calling for a change in the Law so Welsh people can clearly state their national Welsh identity on official forms, documents and databases.