Kay’s latest visits in Wales
Amlwch Copper Kingdowm, April 2013
It was a pleasure for Kay to be welcomed to Amlwch Copper Kingdowm, Anglesey, to experience the excellent work being done there, with the help of European funds, to keep the history of the area alive.
Welsh Conservative Party Conference, Swansea, April 2013
Kay was proud to play a part in this year's Welsh Conservative Party Conference in Swansea. "It was fantastic to be in the Liberty Stadium discussing the challenges ahead with friends old and new."
Celebration of Youth, Newtown, April 2013
Kay was delighted to be asked to speak and hand out the awards at the Newtown Celebration of Youth evening, organised by Newtown Rotary Club. Kay said, "It was lovely to see the achievements of these young people being celebrated and to see the huge potential of the next generation at work."
Cardiff North Conservative Association Christmas Churchill Dinner, December 2012
Kay was delighted to be asked to address Cardiff North Conservative Association's Churchill Club at their annual Christmas dinner in Whitchurch, in which she referred to Churchill's vision for Europe. Kay said, "It was a pleasure to see so many people enjoying themselves on Friday and also asking relevant questions regarding the EU."
Monmouth Conservative Association Christmas Luncheon, December 2012
Kay was very pleased to be invited to join Monmouth Conservative Association at their Christmas Luncheon, with the estimable company of The Secretary of State for Wales, David Jones MP, David Davies MP, Nick Ramsay AM and the local Conservative Association Officers. "It was great to see so many familiar faces once again in Monmouth. Monmouth is a thriving association and I wish everybody a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year."
Newtown Boxing Club, November 2012
Kay and Glyn Davies, MP for Montgomeryshire, visited Newtown Amateur Boxing Club on Friday to meet with head coach Tim Gibbs and his team. Participation in sport by all age groups brings both health and social benefits, and as part of her work on the European Parliament's Culture and Education Committee, through her unique social action project, Kay is visiting and supporting young boxers in clubs around Wales.
Swansea University, November 2012
Kay spent a very informative afternoon visiting a possible new site for Swansea University's second campus with the Vice Chancellor of Swansea University, Professor Iwan Davies. Kay said, "Swansea University is doing exciting things that should make us all very proud of this excellent Welsh institution."
Conservative Policy Forum, Llandudno, November 2012
Kay was pleased to spend time at the Conservative Policy Forum in Llandudno discussing the latest developments in the EU with Party members. It was great to see so many supporters turning out in force and engaging with the political system.
Kay Opens New Avox Offices in Wrexham, November 2012
Kay was delighted to be asked to open the new Avox offices in Wrexham following their recent expansion. Avox is part of the USA firm DTCC a leading player in the global financial services industry, who are bringing high value IT and administration jobs to the area. It is an expanding industry that is bringing more and more expertise and employment to North East Wales.