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AM calls for assurances that Maesteg Hospital will not be downgraded | AC yn galw am sicrwydd na fydd Ysbyty Maesteg yn cael ei israddio

Commenting on Welsh Government’s plans to move Bridgend into Cwm Taf Health Board, Suzy Davies AM said: “The Cabinet Secretary’s decision is no huge surprise – even if the opinions expressed in the consultation are very mixed and far from conclusive. 
Wrth ymateb i gynlluniau Llywodraeth Cymru i symud Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr dan ofal Bwrdd Iechyd Cwm Taf, meddai Suzy Davies AC: “Dyw penderfyniad Ysgrifennydd y Cabinet ddim yn syndod mawr – er bod y safbwyntiau a fynegwyd yn yr ymgynghoriad yn gymysg iawn ac ymhell o fod yn bendant.

Out & About: 18 - 24 June

Thursday 21st June: Having invited the Minister for Culture to visit Neath Abbey and Ironworks, Suzy is meeting with Dafydd Elis-Thomas in his role as Minister to look around the Abbey and Ironworks and discuss heritage

Welsh Conservatives announce plans to help young carers stay in education and training | Ceidwadwyr Cymreig yn cyhoeddi cynlluniau i helpu gofalwyr ifanc i aros mewn addysg a hyfforddiant

Welsh Conservatives have announced plans for a new grant to help address the financial pressures that force many young adult carers to drop out of education and training.
Mae’r Ceidwadwyr Cymreig wedi cyhoeddi cynlluniau am grant newydd i helpu i leddfu’r pwysau ariannol sy’n gorfodi llawr o oedolion ifanc sy’n ofalwyr i roi’r gorau i addysg a hyfforddiant.

Out & About: 4 - 10 June

Monday 4th June: As Welsh Conservative spokesperson for Social Services, Suzy is launching the Young Adult Carers Futures Grant with Carmarthenshire Carers Trust