Saturday, 29 April 2017


Plaid Cymru is a party for local communities, based entirely in Wales. We fight against downgrading and selling off local services.

Where Monmouthshire services are good, Plaid councilors will support them; where they need improvement, there will be open constructive criticism and proposals for better ways of working.

Plaid Cymru candidates are committed to:

  • Protecting our services by fighting for fair resources, delivered by fairly treated frontline staff.
  • Clamping down on executive top-level pa, but paying all staff above the “living wage”.
  • Putting peoples needs first instead of ticking boxes. This has transformed services in Plaid run Gwynedd.
  • Supporting teachers and reducing bureaucracy to give more time with pupils. Plaid run Ceredigion is ranked No 1 in Wales, the only authority classed as ‘outstanding’.
  • Acknowledging that bilingual education is of enormous benefit therefore making it accessible to all.
  • Buying council goods and services locally; investing council reserves locally where possible but always responsibly and ethically.
  • A cleaner, greener Monmouthshire, supporting sustainable working and local renewable energy projects.
  • Working for planning reform, towards sustainable, affordable development meeting the needs of local communities.
  • Working in partnership to invest in social housing. A decent home is everyone’s right.

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