AMs Call for Action to tackle Cigarette Stubs

Following the recent Llandudno North Shore beach clean arranged by Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, and Ms Clare Reed of the Marine Conservation Society, the Member is taking action to address the finding by her, and all volunteers on the day, that the beach is being used as a

Volunteers Tackle Beach Litter – Despite the Rain!

Despite the first rainy day in weeks, more than 20 people joined Assembly Member Janet Finch-Saunders at Llandudno’s North Shore for a beach clean.


The AM has expressed her thanks and admiration for all those who came along.


Janet said:


AM Welcomes Wild Animal Circus Ban

Aberconwy AM, Janet Finch-Saunders, has welcomed the announcement by the First Minister that the Welsh Government would bring forward a ban on wild animals in travelling circuses in the next year.


The First Minister made the announcement in his final legislative statement.

Welsh Labour Failing Wales on Tackling Poverty

Janet Finch-Saunders AM, Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Local Government, has called on the Welsh Labour Government to take more radical steps to tackling poverty in Wales.


Millions spent on Maintenance of Welsh Government Building

After uncovering the staggering maintenance costs of the Welsh Government building in Llandudno Junction for the financial years of 2015-2018, Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, has dug deeper into this financial scandal, uncovering the fact that a total of £2,246,000 has been s

AM Welcomes TAN 1 Reversal

Janet Finch-Saunders AM has welcomed the decision of the Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs to temporarily disapply controversial guidance to local authority planning department on housing land figures.