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ISHERWOOD: WELSH CONSERVATIVE ASSEMBLY CANDIDATE SIGNS UP TO YOUTH MANIFESTO PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 12:48

MARK ISHERWOOD, Welsh Conservative, Regional National Assembly  Candidate for North Wales has committed to help the young people of Wales.
By signing Rathbone Cymru’s Youth Manifesto Mr Isherwood has committed to:

Ensure the voices of young people in Wales are listened to by the next Welsh Assembly Government.
Press the next Welsh Assembly Government to do more to help young people gain work experience
Support updating of the school curriculum to better prepare young people for life outside school or academic routes.
Press for improvements to the frequency and reliability of public transport services, especially in rural and semi-rural areas.

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ISHERWOOD: HALF OF WALES NOT REPRESENTED ON WELSH GOVERNMENT’S PUBLIC TRANSPORT USER COMMITTEE PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 March 2011 09:48
  Welsh Conservative AM for North Wales, Mark Isherwood, who last week raised in the Assembly concerns that there is no North Wales representation on the Welsh Government’s Public Transport User Committee,  has since learned that mid-Wales is not represented either.

Mr Isherwood has therefore raised the matter in the Chamber again.

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ISHERWOOD: LACK OF UNDERSTANDING OF NEUROLOGICAL CONDITIONS IN EMERGENCY UNITS PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 March 2011 09:47
 WELSH Conservative AM for North Wales, Mark Isherwood, has called on the Health Minister to respond to a report highlighting a lack of understanding of neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis, in emergency units across Wales.

The report was published last Friday by the Cross- Party  Group on  Neurosciences, which Mr Isherwood Chairs.

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ISHERWOOD: ARTS, CULTURAL AND HERITAGE ACTIVITIES IN NORTH WALES NOT RECEIVING THE SUPPORT THEY DESERVE PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 March 2011 09:47
 A North Wales Assembly Member has this afternoon praised arts, cultural and heritage activities in the region, but stressed that they need more support from the Welsh Government.Speaking in the debate on the  the Communities and Culture Committee's report 'Accessibility of Arts and Cultural Activities in Wales,' Welsh Conservative AM Mark Isherwood referred to the fact that  a Freedom of Information request by the Greenfield Valley Trust last year revealed that North Wales received substantially less than South Wales for heritage tourism and called for this unfairness to be addressed.He also emphasised the excellent attractions in the region, including Clwyd Theatr Cymru and Pontcysyllte World Heritage Site, but stressed they deserved greater attention.

Mr Isherwood said these issues could be resolved by Welsh Conservative proposals to give North Wales a greater voice by appointing a North Wales Minister.

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ISHERWOOD: AM GRILLED BY FLINTSHIRE STUDENTS PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 March 2011 09:47
 WELSH Conservative Assembly Member for North Wales, Mark Isherwood, took part in a QuestionTime event with Flintshire sixth formers  at Mold  Alun School last week.He said: "It was a grilling, but I enjoyed it! The standard of questions from Alun School and Ysgol Maes Garmon students was high and it was encouraging that so many young people recognised the importance of political engagement to their own lives. Our young people are our future and our democracy will only work if they exercise their hard won right to hold politicians to account and to vote." 
 
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