Julie Morgan, AM for Cardiff North

... in the Fifth Welsh Assembly 

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About Julie

She speaks up and stands up for people in Cardiff North

She works flat out

She's a tireless campaigner who never gives up

She is principled and independent-minded

She brings years of experience to the job

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Caedelyn Park: Network Rail drop-in

If you are concerned about the possible closure of the footpath across the railway line at Caedelyn Park in Rhiwbina there is a drop-in consultation being held by Network Rail on Friday May 27 from 3.30pm-6pm in Rhiwbina Library.

Awen at the Library: May 25

The next meeting of the Awen At The Library group is meeting in Whitchurch Library at 7pm on May 25. Come along to hear about fundraising ideas including crowdfunding new movable library shelves to allow more flexible use of the space.


Meet Julie Morgan...
your Assembly Member

Julie Morgan AMI am thrilled to have been elected your Assembly Member for the Fifth Assembly on May 5 with 16,766 votes – the highest number of votes cast for any Assembly Member in Wales. 

It has been a great privilege to spend the last five years working for the people of Cardiff North as Assembly Member (and before that as MP from 1997-2010). 

Thank you for putting your trust in me once again. I'm determined to carry on doing my best for you as your Assembly Member for Cardiff North.

In the news...

Rhiwbina railway footpath - are you concerned about closure?

Network Rail is holding a public 'drop-in consultation' about the possible closure of the well-used footpath between Caedelyn Pa…

Carwyn Jones sets out priorities for new government

On May 18, Labour's Carwyn Jones was re-elected as First Minister and made a speech setting out priorities for the first 100 day…

Meadowbank School: Rethink plans to close this specialist Cardiff school

In March 3,500 people signed a petition to Cardiff Council over plans to close Meadowbank specialist speech and language school …

Caerphilly Mountain A469 traffic: Read what I said in my submission to Caerphilly Council planners

On Friday I handed over a petition signed by 1,016 people in Cardiff North asking planners in Caerphilly to reconsider plans to …

Deadline for petition to Caerphilly planners is this FRIDAY, April 22

Nearly 600 people in Cardiff North have signed the petition - please share to help us get to more than 600 by the deadline this …

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