Nancy Matthews

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Labour taking the ‘local’ out of local elections

by nancymatthews on 26 April, 2012

Nancy Matthews has criticised the Labour party and the Labour Government for taking the ‘local’ out of local government in the run up to the local government elections on May 3rd. Campaigning for the council elections is well under way with Flintshire Liberal Democrats reminding people of their record in local government and telling voters […]

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Annwyl Etholwr

by nancymatthews on 12 April, 2012

Diolch i chi am eich cefnogaeth ers Mai 2008 pan wnaethoch fy ethol i’ch cynrychioli ar Gyngor Sir y Fflint.  Mae fy ngwaith yn ystod y pedair blynedd diwethaf wedi bod yn dra gwahanol i’r pedair blynedd cyntaf o 2004. Yn ogystal ? helpu pobl Gwernymynydd a Nercwys , rwyf wedi bod yn helpu Sir […]

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Labour in the Assembly have announced funding cuts to bus companies across Wales which could threaten local bus services or force fares to increase. At the same time, the Welsh Labour government splashes out over £1 million a year on an air link between Cardiff and Anglesey, which works out at £160 per passenger. The […]

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Dear Elector………

by nancymatthews on 3 April, 2012

Thank you for your support since May 2008 when you elected me to represent you on Flintshire County Council. My work during the last four years has been rather different than the first four years from 2004. As well as helping people in Gwernymynydd and Nercwys , I have been involved with helping Flintshire fit […]

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by nancymatthews on 13 March, 2012

I outlined earlier this month some of the progress we had made since the coalition administration started working together in 2008 for a better Flintshire. Here are just some of the changes we have made. We thought there was money to be saved in the central organisation. Have we managed to do anything about that? *  […]

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by nancymatthews on 4 March, 2012

Gwernymynydd and Nercwys we have two excellent village newsletters full of local news. This article by Councillor Nancy Matthews, who has represented Gwernymynydd and Nercwys from 2004 until now, looks at the work done by the County Council since the last elections. The  current  County Council was elected in 2008 and in May 2012 it […]

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by nancymatthews on 22 February, 2009

Former independent Flint Town Councillor Michele Jones has joined the Welsh Liberal Democrats, believed to be the first Lib Dem to sit on the ancient historic council. Michele, who represents Castle ward in Flint, has joined the party after being inspired by Kirsty Williams AM, Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats, whom she recently shadowed […]

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Home energy plans mean cheaper bills in Flintshire

by nancymatthews on 13 February, 2009

PLANS by the Liberal Democrats to massively increase the energy efficiency of all homes will lead to big savings in energy bills, say Liberal Democrats in Flintshire.  In a message to local residents, campaigner Cllr Nancy Matthews has backed the plans to raise the standard of home energy efficiency.  “The energy efficiency standards of 99 […]

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Xmas & New Year refuse collections

by nancymatthews on 24 December, 2008

Black sack collections: Mon Dec 22, Tues Dec 23 & Wed Dec 24 all as normal Dec 25/26 will be collected on 2/3 January; Mon Dec 29 Tues Dec 30 Wed Dec 31 all as normal Jan 1/2 will be collected 2/3 Jan Monday 5 Jan all back to normal. Fortnightly blue box and bag […]

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by nancymatthews on 19 December, 2008

Work is nearing completion on new footpaths in the area courtesy of the Welsh Assembly.  In Nercwys the paths are part of the safer routes in the community scheme and while the lights have not yet been finished the new paths provide access across the village green to the school.  Meanwhile on the A494 much […]

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