Top Welsh politician calls in at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery

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Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood made an official visit to Tenby Museum and Art Gallery on Saturday (02 April) as part of her campaign schedule ahead of the elections on May 5th

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood said:

"I was really pleased to visit Tenby Gallery and Museum this week, it's a real gem.

I would recommend anyone visiting Tenby to go to there and take a look at the excellent exhibitions and art collections that feature some of Wales' best known artists.  Plaid Cymru has led the campaign to protect it and we will continue to fight for its survival until its future is secured."

 

Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire candidate for the Party of Wales Simon Thomas said:

 

“We need to get away from the piecemeal approach to art and museums which is endangering our heritage and culture. A Plaid Cymru government will ensure a comprehensive regional museums support programme for important institutions such as Tenby and Narberth. We must ensure our local museums have professional support; share best practice and get central government backing. For Plaid Cymru museums represent not just our past but how we see our future. We won't turn our back on them.”

 

Pembrokeshire County Councillor Michael Williams and Dyfed Powys Police Commissioner candidate Dafydd Llewelyn also attended.


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