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Evidence gathering comes to Powys

Welsh Assembly Government

Evidence gathering comes to Powys

The All Wales Convention will be coming to Llandrindod Wells on Monday 15 June when it conducts a formal evidence gathering session at Powys Council Offices.

The session provides an invaluable opportunity for Powys residents and organisations to personally make their views heard to members of the Convention face-to-face.

The evidence gathering sessions, which are held separately from the ongoing open public meetings across Wales, provide an opportunity for any organisations and individuals wishing to have their say to present their views to the Convention on whether they think Wales should have more law-making powers.

Sir Emyr Jones Parry, Chair of the All Wales Convention, said:

Evidence gathering sessions are an important part of our consultation process and have been very well attended as we continue on our visit to every region of Wales.

Our open public events are great and provide an informal opportunity for as many people as possible to have their say, but sometimes people and organisations prefer a more formal environment to submit their views as part of the debate. This Powys evidence gathering session is an ideal place for organisations and individuals based in mid Wales to give us structured evidence about their views on devolution and the Assembly’s powers. I would encourage those who would like an opportunity to share their views with us in this more structured environment to register their interest with the Convention’s secretariat.

Anybody wishing to book a time to present evidence should call 029 2089 8187 or email before 8th June.

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