PLAID CYMRU NAMES ANNE GREAGSBY AS CANDIDATE FOR ST AUGUSTINE’S

Anne Greagsby (see here with Plaid Cymru colleague Neil McEvoy) is aiming to capture at St Augustine's Ward seat from Labour

Plaid Cymru’s Anne Greagsby (seen here with Plaid colleague Neil McEvoy) is aiming to win one of Labour’s St Augustine’s Ward seats in next May’s council elections

Plaid Cymru has nominated the well-known environmental campaigner Anne Greagsby to stand for election to Penarth Town Council in the Penarth’s  St Augustine’s Ward in next May’s council elections .

She joins fellow Plaid Cymru candidate Sandy Clubb who has already been selected by Plaid to contest another of the St Augustine’s seats . [See http://tinyurl.com/jjn743g0 ]

St Augustine’s Ward has 2 seats on the Vale of Glamorgan Council (currently held by Cllr Lis Burnett  (Labour) and Cllr Gwyn Roberts (Labour)  – and has 5 seats on Penarth Town Council (currently held by  Cllr Lis Burnett  (Labour), Cllr Gwyn Roberts (Labour), Cllr Mike Cuddy (Labour), Cllr  Rosemary Cook (Labour) and Cllr Philip Rapier (Labour).

Anne Greagsby with one of St Augustine's Ward trees she's campaigning to save.

Anne Greagsby with one of St Augustine’s Ward trees she’s campaigning to save.

Anne Greasgby is a member of Penarth Civic Society committee, the Friends of Belle Vue Park committee, is a member of the Vale Over 50s Forum  and is a “Sustainable Penarth” activist [Sustainable Penarth  is the new body formed following the collapse of the former “Gwyrddio Penarth Greening”] .

With Cardiff West Plaid member Neil McEvoy, Anne Greagsby has also been involved in a  campaigns in Cardiff against the city’s LDP, against plans to close the Waungron Road Recycling Centre, has opposed the Viridor Incinerator project in Splott and coordinated the campaign against the St Athan Military academy.

She has also been campaigning to Save Penarth Trees  – particularly the town’s street trees and those currently threatened at Northcliffe and Headlands .

 

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2 Responses to PLAID CYMRU NAMES ANNE GREAGSBY AS CANDIDATE FOR ST AUGUSTINE’S

  1. Chris David says:

    Sounds like she may have some good points.

  2. Taffy says:

    Come on St. Augustines voters give this worthy cadidate your votes

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