Our latest project, the Llanidloes Gazette is proving to be very effective. 

It's a mix of stories. Half are about the work of local groups and the other half explain what the campaign does and how it can benefit the people of Wales and Britain. The stories that aren't about the campaign aim to help local organisations, tell an interesting story that has a local connection, perform a useful public service and make us friends. It's a monthly publication and the first two came out in December and January. The next is due mid February.

Llanidloes and district are to become part of the new Ceredigion and North Pembrokehire constituency.

Many people living in and around Llanidloes (where our campaign is based) would not approve of the changes proposed by the Boundary Commission for Wales. We are setting up web pages that will describe what is proposed, what the alternatives are, and how you can persuade the Commisssion to go back to their 2012 proposals, proposals that left Llanidloes, Llangurig and district as part of the new seat of Brecon, Radnor and Montgomery. Click here to go to our introductory page.

Small steps.
County Times.

Building a campaign from nothing takes time and each little step matters. Our most recent one is a small article in the County Times about our work on the boundary changes. It's at the bottom of this weeks County Times on page 4.

The World Weekly.

We've also been asked to do a section for an online magazine, The World Weekly as a lead contributor in a debate about whether or not referendums can contribute towards peace and prosperity. Click here to have a look.