people’s council

The People’s Council for North Wales was set up to inform the people of Wales about the sub-regional strategy, and to challenge the plan and the thinking behind it. We will also present an alternative vision and spatial plan for the future of North Wales that will:

a) Inform the people of North Wales about the West Cheshire/ North East Wales sub-regional strategy.

b) Campaign against the sub-regional strategy.

c) Become a voice for the people of North Wales.

d) Challenge the culture of undemocratic, unethical and discriminatory behaviour within our local government.

e) Support, promote and to include ordinary people into the Welsh Assembly’s vision for Wales, as outlined in the One Wales document.

f) Provide alternative developmental plans that reflect local people’s needs and local people’s aspirations.

g) Preserve and enhance our environment, communities and Welsh identity.

Officers of the People’s Council for North Wales.

Pol Wong – Consultant/Strategic Director

Denbighshire.

Cheif Exec Powys Fadog Community Development Centre.

Studied Shaolin Chan Buddhism at Shaolin Temple 1996 – 2002.

Interested in Welsh history, sustainable development and nature.

Aran Jones – Co Chair

Gwynedd.

Chief Executive of communities group Cymuned

Lives in Pwllheli, Gwynedd.

Adam Phillips – Flintshire Area Delegate

 

 

 

 

 

Flintshire.

Founder of Welsh Consciousness Movement “Balchder Cymru’ ‘

(The Pride of Wales). Former Community Councillor in Mold,

Flintshire. Organiser of Cambria Marching Drum Band. Co-organiser of

Cardiff and Wrecsam St. David’s Day parades.

Nia Lloyd – Treasurer

 

 

 

 

 

Wrecsam.

Born in Liverpool and has lived in Wrecsam for 40 years.

Interests include Welsh history, culture and current issues.  laeth gyntaf

Cymraeg (First language Welsh). Works with in education with special needs children.

Initiated with mentor Iaeth Maelor in 2000.

 


Ed Fisher – Arts and Culture Officer

 

 

 

 

 

Denbighshire.

Has lived in Carrog for 37 years and is an artist/craftsman though “retired” . First language English,

second language welsh.

Avril Smith – Secretary

 

 

 

 

Wrecsam.

Born in Wrecsam. Interests are community issues, fundraising, spending time with family,

cycling and walking. First language English and second Welsh.  Supports children with

educational difficulties.

Ann Phillips – Administration/Flintshire delegate

 

 

 

 

 

Keith Gregory – Legislative Advisor

 

 

 

 

 

Wrecsam.

County Borough Councillor.

Born in Wrecsam and lives in Caia Park.

Interests include community work.

Carrie Harper – Planning policy advisor

 

 

 

 

 

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ABOUT

The People’s Council for North Wales has been set up to inform the people of Wales about the sub-regional strategy, and to challenge the plan and the thinking behind it. We will also present an alternative vision and spatial plan for the future of North Wales that will:

a) Inform the people of North Wales about the West Cheshire/ North East Wales sub-regional strategy.

b) Campaign against the sub-regional strategy.

c) Become a voice for the people of North Wales.

d) Challenge the culture of undemocratic, unethical and discriminatory behaviour within our local government.

e) Support, promote and to include ordinary people into the Welsh Assembly’s vision for Wales, as outlined in the One Wales document.

f) Provide alternative developmental plans that reflect local people’s needs and local people’s aspirations.

g) Preserve and enhance our environment, communities and Welsh identity.

 

Officers of the People’s Council for North Wales.

Pol Wong – Consultant/Strategic Director

Denbighshire.

Cheif Exec Powys Fadog Community Development Centre.

Studied Shaolin Chan Buddhism at Shaolin Temple 1996 – 2002.

Interested in Welsh history, sustainable development and nature.

Aran Jones – Co Chair

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Gwynedd.

Chief Executive of communities group Cymuned

Lives in Pwllheli, Gwynedd.

Adam Phillips – Flintshire Area Delegate
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Flintshire.

Founder of Welsh Consciousness Movement “Balchder Cymru’ ‘

(The Pride of Wales). Former Community Councillor in Mold,

Flintshire. Organiser of Cambria Marching Drum Band. Co-organiser of

Cardiff and Wrecsam St. David’s Day parades.

Nia Lloyd – Treasurer

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Wrecsam.

Born in Liverpool and has lived in Wrecsam for 40 years.

Interests include Welsh history, culture and current issues.  laeth gyntaf

Cymraeg (First language Welsh). Works with in education with special needs children.

Initiated with mentor Iaeth Maelor in 2000.

 


Ed Fisher – Arts and Culture Officer

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Denbighshire.

Has lived in Carrog for 37 years and is an artist/craftsman though “retired” . First language English,

second language welsh.

Avril Smith – Secretary

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Wrecsam.

Born in Wrecsam. Interests are community issues, fundraising, spending time with family,

cycling and walking. First language English and second Welsh.  Supports children with

educational difficulties.

Ann Phillips – Administration/Flintshire delegate

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Keith Gregory – Legislative Advisor

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Wrecsam.

County Borough Councillor.

Born in Wrecsam and lives in Caia Park.

Interests include community work.

Carrie Harper – Planning policy advisor

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Wrecsam.

County Borough Councillor First language English, second language Welsh. Lives

in Caia Park. Interests include planning policy, spatial planning, housing,

welsh identity, culture and language.

Matt Rhys Roberts – Officer for sustainability and the environment.

 

 

 

 

 

Wrecsam.

First Language English, second language Welsh (learner). Born in Caerfyrddyn

and lives in Ruabon. Electronics Engineer & Musician.  Interests include

Ecology, appropriate technology and sustainable communities.

Amanda Richards -Researcher

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Wrecsam

 

Rhostyllen Residents Committee

Kevin Jones – Events manager