The First Minister of Wales has today announced that Neath Town Hall will host a Carwyn Connect event on Monday 25 January.

The Carwyn Connect events, which have taken place across Wales, give people the opportunity to ask the First Minister questions, face to face, on any issues which affect them or their local community.

The session in Neath will take place between 6pm and 7.30pm at Neath Town Hall [1-2 Church Place, Neath Port Talbot SA11 3LL].

The event is free but people are encouraged to register their interest in attending online via www.eventbrite.co.uk

You can ask your questions in a number of ways.  You can submit your question when you arrive at the venue, doors open at 5.30pm; in advance via email on cabinetcommunications@wales.gsi.gov.uk or via Twitter using @fmwales with the hashtag #carwynconnect.

Speaking ahead of the event Carwyn Jones said:

“I’ve travelled all over Wales, meeting some fantastic people, taking questions on a huge variety of topics.

“It’s been great to see how popular these Carwyn Connect events have been and I’m sure Neath will be no different. So come along and get involved. I look forward to seeing you there.”


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