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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Surgeries 2016

Julie Morgan runs two weekly surgeries – one in Whitchurch and one in Llanishen – as well as getting out on the weekends with her pop-up 'red gazebo' (watch this space for times and locations).

Julie's experienced staff also deal with drop-in queries from Monday to Friday at Julie's constituency office at 17 Plasnewydd, Whitchurch.

Awen at the Library

On Saturday October 22, I will be presenting a children's art prize at Whitchurch Library after a competition organised by the Awen at the Library group.

The Awen group is supporting the library and promoting the use of it as an arts venue, cultural hub and wants to make better community use of existing space. 

Find out more: www.awenthelibrary.cymru


Meet Julie Morgan...
your Assembly Member

Julie Morgan AMI was thrilled to be elected your Assembly Member for the Fifth Assembly on May 5, 2016 with 16,766 votes – the highest number of votes cast for any Assembly Member in Wales. 

It was a great privilege to represent the people of Cardiff North as AM from 2011-2016 (and before that as your MP from 1997-2010). 

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

In the news...

Celebrating 120 years of Boots with the Whitchurch branch manager

Cardiff North AM Julie Morgan met Boots' Whitchurch branch manager at a special event to celebrate the company's 120th anniversa…

Fears over the future of heart research in Cardiff

Julie Morgan, the Assembly Member for Cardiff North, has questioned the future of heart research in Cardiff after plans to 'down…

Council-owned garages in Cardiff North – council maintenance work

Information for constituents in Cardiff North If you live in Cardiff North you may wish to be aware that Cardiff Council is und…

Julie Morgan thanks supporters after 16th successful annual Macmillan Coffee Morning

Julie Morgan has thanked everyone who came to her 16th annual Macmillan Coffee Morning held in Whitchurch on October 7 helping t…

People in residential care to see higher limit for capital assets before charges appled

The minister for social services and public health, Rebecca Evans, has announced that from next year people will be able to keep…

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