21st Century Teaching Facility, Y Pant Comprehensive School Opens in Pontyclun

As part of the Labour Welsh Government’s 21st Century Schools Programme, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has invested over twenty four million pounds to provide a new hi-tech, modern teaching facility in Pontyclun – supported with nearly twelve million pounds from the Labour Welsh Government. Officially opened by First Minister Carwyn Jones, the ceremony was also[…]

Coffee and Cake – You’re Invited

Huw Irranca-Davies AM with Macmillan Head of Regional Fundraising for Wales and West Midlands Catrin Devonald Ogmore Assembly Member Huw Irranca-Davies is encouraging people to pop into one of their local Macmillan Coffee Mornings being held throughout the country next week on Friday 29th September. The Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is an extremely successful[…]

Short Debate – Primary Care Provision In The Llanharan Area

PRIMARY CARE PROVISION IN THE LLANHARAN AREA HUW IRRANCA-DAVIES AM HOLDS SHORT DEBATE IN THE SENEDD WEDNESDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER 2017 CLICK ON PICTURE TO PLAY VIDEO OF SHORT DEBATE Due to a long-running issue affecting primary care in Llanharan, Brynna and surrounding areas, Huw held a Short Debate in the Senedd, highlighting the ongoing concerns[…]


GARTH FLYING START Flying Start – making a real difference to children’s lives in Ogmore with Bridgend County Borough Council leading the way in early years support.  Ogmore Assembly Member Huw Irranca-Davies visited Flying Start Centres in Garth and Lewistown to officially open the facilities along with Bridgend County Borough Council Leader Huw David, Deputy[…]


MP for Ogmore, Chris Elmore, Assembly Member Huw Irranca-Davies and Assembly Member for Pontypridd Mick Antoniw attended the Prosecco and Strawberries event at the Boars Head, Pontyclun.   The event was organised by the Pontyclun Bosom Pals: the breast cancer support group for Pontyclun and the surrounding areas. The Ogmore MP commented: “Cancer is something which affects[…]

Assembly Member Urges Landlords and Agents to Avoid Prosecution

Assembly Member for Ogmore, Huw Irranca-Davies, is urging local landlords and agents to ensure they’re registered or licensed following a change to the law. The warning comes after two recent convictions resulted in landlords being fined thousands of pounds for non-compliance with Rent Smart Wales. With enforcement powers now active, those still refusing to comply[…]