UPDATE ON COVID-19
With the continuing development of information on coronavirus and in order to limit the spread, we must now all think about how we can work differently.
My Assembly and Constituency offices will also be changing the way they work. From today, until further notice, I’m urging constituents to contact my office via email and telephone, only. We will not be organising face-to-face meetings.
I appreciate this may be an inconvenience, but we need to follow the medical advice we are being given to ensure we slow the spread of coronavirus.
You can contact the team via email [email protected] or 0300 200 7150. My staff will be available during the weekday, as usual and are here to help. We’re aiming to continue to provide a consistent service across the constituency, but we do anticipate that things may take longer, please bear with us.
Please remember to keep yourself updated with the latest information from Public Health Wales https://phw.nhs.wales.
Take care of yourselves and please take care of each other.
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