Angela Burns pledges to Count Armed Forces Community In

Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire Assembly Member Angela Burns pledged her support for The Royal British Legion’s ‘Count Them In’ campaign which calls for questions on the Armed Forces community to be included in the next UK Census, during a recent event at the Welsh Assembly. 

Business Success Powers Haven

GenPower Ltd founded by Roland and Lisa Llewellin hosted Secretary of State Stephen Crabb and the local constituency Assembly Member Angela Burns during an extensive visit to their factory in Pembroke Dock. Genpower was established in 2006 after realising there was a gap in the market for an affordable yet high quality range of standby generators and power equipment. Since then the company has won the right to be the exclusive UK and Ireland distributor for Korean manufacturing giant Hyundai.

Wings Over Wales

People with Passion for a local Project was the description given to the 20 or so volunteers who turned out at Carew Cheriton Museum and Control Tower by Carmarthen West & South Pembrokeshire Assembly Member Angela Burns.

Angela Burns AM supports WWF’s Earth Hour 2016

Local Assembly Member Angela Burns has pledged her support for WWF’s Earth Hour campaign 2016 – the global celebration of our brilliant planet.Every year, millions of people across the planet show their love for our planet and their commitment to protecting it by taking part in WWF’s Earth Hour.

Llanddowror Bypass

Local Assembly Member Angela Burns updated Cllr Jane Tremlett and members of Llanddowror and Eglwyscummin community councils on her work to persuade the Welsh Labour Government to mitigate the problems arising from the new Llanddowror bypass. Concerns have been raised by many constituents over the past months because the new turning off the bypass to Red Roses in a sharp turn with no filter lane. The Government erected a monitoring camera for a short time  however no further action has been taken.

The Avenue Centre, Tenby

Local Assembly Member Angela Burns has welcomed the news that the Director for Social Services at Pembrokeshire County Council intends to recommend to the Cabinet that there is no decision taken on the future of the Avenue Centre in Tenby. Having had numerous discussions with the families and carers of the Avenue Centre users and Council officials Mrs Burns is delighted that fairness and common sense have won the day.


Local Assembly Member Angela Burns AM joined the UK’s largest cat charity at the launch of their Manifesto for Cats: with over 29% of welsh homes owning at least one cat it was important to see what needs to be done in Wales  to improve the lives of one of the nation's favourite pets.

Pembrokeshire Politicians Pledge for an Autism Bill

Pembrokeshire Assembly Members Paul Davies and Angela Burns have welcomed plans to bring forward and Autism Bill, which would form part of the legislative programme for a Welsh Conservative Government, following a visit to the local branch of the National Autistic Society.