Llyr Gruffydd, Plaid Cymru’s North Wales AM, met with Hafren Dyfrdwy to talk about the water company’s future plans for the Wrexham and Powys area.
The meeting was organised to discuss the company’s plans for 2020-2025, while also giving the AMs the chance to have a chat to Daniel Armstrong-Jones and Rhys Wingeatt, two Wrexham-based apprentices with the company.
Mr Gruffydd said: “Hafren Dyfrdwy is a subsidiary of Severn Trent, which took over Dee Valley Water last year. The new company now has responsibility for water services in the Wrexham area as well as Powys and this was an opportunity to discuss their future plans. It’s important that the new company maintains the quality and reputation of the service provided by Dee Valley Water in the past.
“I will continue to monitor the company’s plans for the coming years to ensure customers in the Wrexham area get the best possible service.
“It was also good to meet Daniel and Rhys, the company’s new apprentices, and I wish them all the best in their new careers.”
Noel Hughes, Hafren Dyfrdwy team leader for Powys, said: “It was great to be able to talk Llyr through our future plans for Hafren Dyfrdwy which include millions of pounds of new investment and increased help for our most vulnerable customers.
“Alongside that, I know that Daniel and Rhys really enjoyed the opportunity to talk about their apprenticeships and about the work that they do.”
Also attending from Hafren Dyfrdwy were Ann Beynon and Sally Jones-Evans, who are both non-executive directors.
Daniel Armstrong-Jones, Llyr Gruffydd & Rhys Wingeatt.