Plaid Cymru Assembly Member for Ynys Môn Rhun ap Iorwerth is hosting a public meeting next week for the residents of Amlwch and northern Anglesey to discuss ideas for the future of an area which has suffered significant economic blows in recent months.
The island’s AM will be hosting a public meeting at Amlwch’s Memorial Hall on Thursday, March 14th at 6pm, and he is inviting the local community to come along and share their thoughts and ideas for the future of the north of the island.
Mr ap Iorwerth said:
“I have asked specifically for Welsh Government to support economic development on the island, and in particular the north following the announcements by Horizon and Rehau, as this is an area that has been hit by economic blow after economic blow in recent times.
“It is obvious that the north of Anglesey, and indeed the whole island and North Wales, needs to see extra investment into the economy now, to make up for what is being lost, and that is why I am hosting this public meeting, to hear directly from the people where they want me to focus my efforts.
“We need significant investment in regeneration schemes and in innovative projects across Anglesey, but especially in the north of the island and the Amlwch area. We need to see Lein Amlwch reopened, we need to see investment in connecting the Morlais marine energy zone and we need to see support for marine renewables innovator Minesto.”