Chris Were has been returned as the Green Party’s candidate in Monmouth for the 2016 elections to the National Assembly of Wales, as well as a list candidate in the South Wales East region.
“Welsh politics lacks young people and new ideas. We’re not short of problems here in Wales but, with my background in diagnosing problems and finding solutions in software, I intend to bring those skills to the Senedd.”
Brian Dafydd Williams is a 21 year old from West Wales. He has a strongly supports the Green Party’s Education policies.
During a period where it’s even more important than ever for someone to have a university education to get ahead in life, the Tories axing Maintenance Grants is a kick in the teeth to social mobility, and any illusion that the conservatives are on the side of the working people.
Brian Dafydd Williams
Freya Amsbury is an 18 year old LGBTIQ+ person who is active within the party and the LGBTIQ+ community.
“Since joining the Green Party in the run up to the 2015 election I have become more and more passionate about social issues, especially issues facing young people, and environmental issues. As someone who identifies as queer, and an active member of the LGBTQ+ community, I believe I have an insight into some of the many issues faced by queer and genderqueer folk.”
– Freya Amsbury
Andrew Creak, is a 19 year old LGBTIQ+ person from Caerphilly. He is joined the party on the run up to the election and has since been very active from leafleting to complaining along side the Caerphilly preservation group ‘Gwern Y Domen’.
I joined the Green Party in March during the run up to the election. I can say with my hand on my heart that that was one of the best decisions of my life. I knew that I agreed with the majority of the Green Parties policies so I became a member to show my support to the party in the run up to the election, But I wasn’t that active as a member.