Hannah Blythyn AM for Delyn has recognised the vital contribution women make across Flintshire during a debate in the National Assembly.
Hannah Blythyn AM said:
“I took time in the National Assembly to pay tribute to the remarkable women who are making a difference in a variety of ways across my constituency of Delyn and Flintshire.”
“These fabulous women rarely make the headlines, but are often the beating heart of our local communities. They do things – not for recognition or reward – but simply because it’s the right thing to do”
In her speech, Hannah Blythyn AM acknowledged the positive influence of local women, including:
[icon name=”angle-double-right” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Flint Ladies Choir Chair, Mel Buckley – who has Chaired for 3 years and the group goes from strength to strength.
[icon name=”angle-double-right” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Sarah Way – unpaid full time volunteer Director for RainbowBiz Limited.
[icon name=”angle-double-right” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Val Nevitt – poppy appeal organiser in Flint for 4 years now and raising over £13,000 last year alone.
[icon name=”angle-double-right” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Viv Williams (who was present in the Senedd gallery to watch the debate) – one of the founders of Flintshire Memorials which tells the stories of those who served and fell locally in the First World War.
[icon name=”angle-double-right” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] The young women from Mold Alun School – who are volunteering as part of the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up campaign.
Hannah Blythyn AM concluded,
There are many women across my constituency and the country who are making a positive difference in their communities. My message to all of these women is thank you, thank you for all that you do, thank you for being an inspirational woman, and thank you for blazing a trail for all of us