Local News

“Keep Cwm Penmachno Connected”

A campaign is underway to save a phone box in a valley and community with no mobile phone signal.  Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, has put her weight behind the calls of local residents and is challenging BT to “keep Cwm Penmachno Connected”.

 

Janet's column in the North Wales Weekly News (29/08/2019)

Whilst the Welsh Parliament might be long into recess, I have been pleased to continue working for Aberconwy’s best interests during the holiday.

Rather than just being in the office, I am making the most of the extra opportunities I now have to be out and about in the constituency.

AM Secures Progress on Pont Fawr

The campaign led by Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, to save Llanrwst bridge from further damage and traffic trouble has taken a major step forward with Conwy County Borough Council proposing new road markings and signage.  However, so that residents can consider all potential

Crowds turn out for Llandudno Civic Sunday

Several hundred turned out to see the Mayor, Councillors and visiting civic dignitaries. Attending the service and parade was the Assembly Member and former Llandudno Mayor, Janet Finch-Saunders.

 

Janet said:

 

Finch-Saunders Secures 4G 4 Ysbyty Ifan

EE is to provide 4G to the Ysbyty Ifan area ‘in the near future’.  This follows concerns having been raised by Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, about the lack of mobile signal in and around the village, and the negative impact it is having on both residents and the economy.