Vale MP Challenges Welsh Government to Fix School Funding

Vale of Glamorgan MP Alun Cairns has challenged the Welsh Government to use the boost in education funding from Westminster to change their current school funding formula, which currently underfunds schools in the Vale.

Alun Cairns Welcomes Pay Rise for Workers in the Vale

Families in the Vale of Glamorgan can look forward to receiving a well-earned pay rise with a new National Living Wage (NLW) thanks to the UK Conservative Government.  From 1 April 2020 it will rise to £8.72 per hour, its biggest cash increase ever – and an increase from the current value of £8.2

Vale MP Responds to Crime Reports

Vale of Glamorgan MP, Alun Cairns, has responded to recent figures stating violent crime has been on the increase in the Vale.

Vale MP Holds Sam Davies Meeting

Vale MP Alun Cairns has held a Community Surgery at Brynhill Golf Club, specifically to discuss the proposed closure of the Sam Davies Ward at Barry Hospital.

Alun Cairns Visits Indoor Bowls Club

Vale MP Alun Cairns joined bowls players from across the Vale at the green in Sully Indoor Bowls Club, ahead of the start of the winter season. The facility is used by players from Clubs across the Vale, including Rhoose, Llantwit Major, Barry and Cowbridge.

Master Mariner Crowned Vale’s Pub of the Year!

Just weeks after securing its future as a pub, following the threat of closure, the Master Mariner has been crowned the Vale of Glamorgan’s Parliamentary Pub of the Year 2019.

Volunteers Thanked for Llantwit Garden Project

Llantwit Major Garden Volunteering Project has held a ‘Thank You’ presentation evening to celebrate the volunteers who have given their time to make the initiative a success in its first year.

Alun Cairns Delivers Guide Dogs Donation

After raising over £4000 for Guide Dogs Cymru through running the London Marathon in April, Alun Cairns MP has visited the charity to discuss how the money will support the work that they do.

Former St Cyres pupil terrified by IS fighter classmate

Following reports that Aseel Muthana, a terrorist who left South Wales to join IS, has been found alive in a prison in northern Syria by British journalists, his former schoolmates have spoken about their fear and disgust that some have called for his return.