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AM GOES BACK TO SCHOOL PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 13:41

 

North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood went back to school last week when he visited Hawarden High School in Flintshire.

Mr Isherwood went to the secondary school with the Assembly Education Outreach Service, which is based in Colwyn Bay, to talk about his role as an Assembly Member.

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PROJECT GIVES NORTH WALES TEENAGERS INSIGHT INTO CONSEQUENCES OF LAW BREAKING PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 13:41

North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood, who attended a ‘Justice in a Day’ event involving 40 Wrexham students, has praised the project which over the last few weeks has been giving North Wales teenagers an insight into the consequences of law breaking and the effects it can have on the offender, the community and those closest to you.

For the fourth year running, the ‘Justice in a Day’ project has been touring North Wales, calling at various locations including Mold, Llandudno, Prestatyn, Llangefni and Wrexham.

Educating 14 to 15-year-olds is the main aim of Justice in a Day which has again been developed by the Police and Community Trust (PACT) in partnership with Clwyd Theatr Cymru.

It also seeks to discourage young people from going down the route of criminality by making informed choices and it encourages good citizenship.

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AM SIGNS FOR MEN UNITED? V PROSTATE CANCER PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 13:40

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North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood is the latest signing to Prostate Cancer UK’s new campaign Men United v Prostate Cancer, a unique team which seeks to unite people across the UK against the common enemy of prostate cancer.

 

Research for Prostate Cancer UK shows that nearly 650,000 people in Wales know someone who has been diagnosed with prostate cancer but nearly six in ten (56%) people in Wales say they don’t feel personally informed about the disease.

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WALES LAUNCH OF UNIVERSAL CREDIT AT SHOTTON JOB CENTRE PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 13:39

 

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North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood visited Shotton Job Centre after ?its 7th April launch of Universal Credit in Wales.

 

The UK Department of Work and Pensions’ Universal Credit is a new simpler benefit for people living on a low income, or who are out of work. It will make it easier to start a new job or work more hours, so that a claimant will be better off in a job than on benefits.

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FOUR NATIONS OF UNITED KINGDOM ARE BETTER TOGETHER PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 11 April 2014 13:21

 

Speaking at the Welsh Conservative Party Conference North Wales Assembly Member Mark Isherwood has emphasised the importance of keeping the four nations of the United Kingdom together.

 

Addressing the Llangollen Conference, Mr Isherwood, Shadow Minister for North Wales, Local Government, Communities and Housing, said that Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and England are better together as part of our United Kingdom.

 

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