Open letter - Safe trains for major sport events

Wales qualifying for the World Cup for the first time since 1958 is a huge achievement for this country.

Between World Cup group games, Euro Group games, the Nation’s league group games and friendlies, Wales is seeing an increased number of international football matches in Cardiff.

We have been lucky to be witnessing a golden age in Welsh football, but if you rely on the train to travel from north Wales then unfortunately packed trains have been putting a dampener on the spirits of our sports fans.

For years now, when there has been a big event in Cardiff put TfW and its predecessor Arriva Trains Wales have not increased their capacity.

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HSBC Petition: No new charges for community bank accounts

HSBC Bank have announced new charges for community bank accounts.

We believe there will be an adverse and far-reaching effect on a number of community groups and charities in Wales if these proposed charges go ahead.

HSBC should not introduce these new charges and instead take on and accept their social responsibility to our communities here in Wales.

Community groups have supported people during the Covid crisis. These additional charges could be too expensive for many of them to re-establish themselves. It's about time HSBC shouldered their responsibility.

Sign this petition calling on HSBC to reverse their harmful decision.

👉 Sign the petition here.



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Improve Broadband

Superfast broadband (at least 25 mbps) is now one of life's essentials: for work, studying, receiving online services and leisure. 

Unfortunately, Dwyfor Meirionnydd is amongst the worst served areas throughout the UK for superfast broadband. 

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Maintain nursing bed provision on Pen Llŷn

We are calling on the Health Board and Welsh Government to ensure that we have nursing bed provision on Pen Llŷn

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Keep community heart failure service

Since 2015 the Health Board have invested in order to enhance a gold standard community heart service for patients with heart failure. 

The service saves lives; saves people from having to stay in General Hospitals; and saves the Health Board a lot of money.

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Gallwch lenwi'r holiadur i fewn yma.

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Call to open cancer diagnosis centre in Gwynedd

Letter to Welsh Government from people of Gwynedd - open a cancer diagnostic centre here

Cancer is the biggest cause of death in north Wales, attributed to 28% of all deaths in Gwynedd in 2018. In some areas it's higher, such as the Dolgellau area at 41%. 

An early diagnosis could mean the difference between life and death.

Sign our open letter here.

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