Profile: Gareth Wyn Williams

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Local Democracy Reporter covering Anglesey and Gwynedd in North West Wales.

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The Gwynedd Council chamber. Taken March 7, 2019 by reporter.
The former heliport site prior to work starting on the first set of 10 business units. Anglesey Council now wants to build another seven. Google Streetview image.
Lloyd George Museum, Llanystumdwy. Google Streetview image.
Social housing provider Grwp Cynefin has submitted plans with the Snowdonia National Park Authority for five properties to the rear of the medical surgery in Betws-y-Coed. Screengrab from planning documents.
Dog on the beach. Picture: Pixabay
Council workers make good the damage done to the wall in Rhyd y Sarn following a crash in June, 2021. Handout image.
Sue Essex, chair of Purple Plaques Wales, centre Christopher Price White, Charlotte’s grandson, right, Jane Hutt, Welsh Government Social Justice Minister. Handout image.
The partially redundant garages at Thomas Close, Beaumaris. Some of them have been boarded up. Handout image.
Cllr Brynmor Hughes
A demonstration was held in Caernarfon by members of Divest Gwynedd, which says that over £50m is currently invested in fossil fuels while urging \"decisive action and a published timetable for divestment.\" Handout image.