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Mark Drakeford AM. Here to help you.

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On Thursday May 5 2016, the people of Cardiff West returned Mark to the National Assembly For Wales. Mark is extremely grateful for and humbled by this support, and will continue to work hard to return the trust placed in him.

If you live in Cardiff West, Mark is always available to help and support you should you need him. He or his colleague Kevin Brennan MP are at the Ely and Caerau Community Hub every Saturday 10am – 1230pm. You can attend without an appointment.

You can also contact his office on 029 2022 3207, by e-mail on [email protected], or visit 395 Cowbridge Road East, Canton CF5 1JG (Mark cannot guarantee availability – it is advisable to book an appointment in advance).

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Mark Drakeford re-elected as AM for Cardiff West

In last Thursday’s election, the people of Cardiff West returned Mark to the National Assembly For Wales. Mark is extremely grateful for and humbled by their support, and will continue to work hard to return the trust placed in him.

If you live in Cardiff West – whoever you voted for – Mark is always available to help and support you should you need him. He or his colleague Kevin Brennan MP are at the Ely and Caerau Community Hub every Saturday 10am – 1230pm. You can attend without an appointment.

You can also contact him at his office on 029 2022 3207, by e-mail on [email protected], or visit 395 Cowbridge Road East, Canton CF5 1JG (Mark cannot guarantee availability – it is advisable to book an appointment in advance).

 

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