Gareth Davies MS is the Conservative Member of Welsh Parliament (Senedd) for the Vale of Clwyd following his election success in the 2021 May elections.
Prior to standing for the Senedd Gareth has worked in the Welsh NHS for over a decade and has been a Denbighshire County Councillor and Town Councillor since 2017, serving the Prestatyn South West Ward.
Gareth was born and grew up in St Asaph, moving then on to Rhyl and now resides in Prestatyn with his wife and young son. Upon winning the seat he said “It means everything”, “I wanted to run for my constituency which is my home, I'm pleased I have been given the opportunity and I thank the people of the Vale of Clwyd for putting their trust in me”
His priorities for the area are;
Being a strong voice for residents and their concerns
Working with, and on behalf of, local residents to assist with their queries and voice important matters to the relevant persons both in Cardiff and with services in the constituency.
Improving access to local health services and treatment
Betsi Cadwalladr Health Board was left in special measures for over 5 years, with wait times getting increasingly longer. Gareth will speak up for the much-needed improvements to local provisions.
Supporting local business to survive and thrive
Fighting for investment into local business and industry, protecting and creating jobs within the Vale of Clwyd and the local area.
Ending the North/ South divide in Wales
Ensuring that North Wales, and the Vale of Clwyd, is not left behind by the Welsh Government and that we see our fair share of investment, funding and improvements.
Delivering a first class education system
Education standards in Wales are falling, Gareth will endeavor to see that Children attending school in Wales get the education they deserve.
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