Jane Hutt AM

Volunteers – how to help, thank you and stay safe

Jane Hutt, the Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, today gave thanks to the brilliant, kind people from all backgrounds throughout Wales who are volunteering to help communities face the coronavirus outbreak together. “Wales has a strong tradition of people helping one another out, and we’ve really seen this in action […]

The Vale Show

  I enjoyed this year Vale Show at Fonmon Castle – it’s an important opportunity to thank and celebrate the farming community in the Vale of Glamorgan. The Show is also an opportunity to listen to and learn from local farmers, so that we can support the farming community as […]

Aberthaw Power Station

I have supported the loyal and skilled workforce at Aberthaw over the past 20 years,  and want their loyalty recognised by RWE, given the assurances we have had of a longer life for the plant. I am speaking to RWE management and the unions about the situation, drawing on Welsh […]

Jane Visits Awesome.Wales in Barry

    I  visited the new social enterprise Awesome.Wales shop on Holton Road, Barry, to meet co-owner Amy Greenfield. Awesome Wales has received funding from the Wales Council for Voluntary Action Social Business Group Fund, and a loan from the European Regional Development Fund through the Development Bank of Wales and […]

Jane’s Monthly Update – July 2019

Supporting staff and patients at Barry Hospital    Barry Hospital is a vital resource and I am glad improvements are being made to outpatient services. The Health Board plans for Barry Hospital to be a Health and Wellbeing Hub for the Vale of Glamorgan. This will involve working even more […]