Welsh Affairs Committee visits Cardiff

25 October 2012

Welsh Affairs Committee visits and holds evidence session in Cardiff.

On Wednesday 24 October, the Welsh Affairs Committee will visit Network Rail’s Wales Operating Centre, and the Wales Traffic Management Centre, in relation to the inquiry into Cross-border road and rail connectivity in Wales. 

Following this on 25 October, there will be an evidence session in Cardiff for the Support for Armed Forces Veterans inquiry.  Details of the session are as below:

Thursday 25 October 2012, Committee Room 4, Ty Hywel, National Assembly for Wales.

At 9.15am

Hazel Hunt and Kate Swinhoe, campaigners, Welsh Warrior (the Richard Hunt Foundation).

At 10.0am

Carl Sargeant AM, Minister for Local Government and Communities, Welsh Government; Ms Alyson Francis, Community Safety Division, Welsh Government; Cllr Brendan Toomey, Leader of Merthyr County Borough Council and WLGA Spokesperson for Community Safety, Policing and Fire, Welsh Local Government; and Naomi Alleyne, Director, Equalities and Social Justice, Welsh Local Government Association.

This evidence session is open to the public and press, all are welcome to attend. The venue is fully accessible. There is no need to reserve a place but if you would like more information please contact the Committee on 020 7219 6189 or

For the full terms of reference of the inquiry please go the Committee’s website:

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