THE First Minister Mark Drakeford AM joined the election campaign with visits to Anglesey and Arfon.

Mr Drakeford, who is leader of Welsh Labour was campaigning alongside local Welsh Labour Ynys Môn candidate Mary Roberts, from Anglesey, and Steffie Williams Roberts, from Bangor, the parliamentary candidate for Arfon

Ahead of the General Election the AM met with Holyhead and other area Labour Party members and supporters, local businesses, residents and the Island's former MP Albert Owen on Thursday, November 13.

Among his visits he stopped off at Halen Môn - The Anglesey Sea Salt Company at Brynsiencyn and the station at LlanfairPG.

Mary Roberts said: "It was great to have the First Minister visiting us here on Anglesey this morning (Thursday).

"We had an excellent visit to Halen Môn. A small and very successful business, and an important employer to the Island's economy.

"It's the type of quality and sustainable business we need to encourage here on Anglesey."

Mr Owen who stepped down as the island's MP last week, but is still active within the Labour Party added: "

Welsh Labour also launched its Gender Pay-Gap campaign today, and it will be vigorously promoting equality of pay in the workforce."