Alyson-Pugh

Alyson Pugh

Councillor

Electoral Ward: Llansamlet

Cllr.Alyson.Pugh@swansea.gov.uk

01792 636 923

I moved to Swansea nine years ago from the Rhondda. I was a nurse and health visitor for 30 years. I have a BSc in Nursing and an MSc in Community Health. I fully believe that the only way forward is to work in partnership to provide a safer, healthier start in life for children and their families. I have been a district nurse, a school nurse and a health visitor so I am very used to working with people in the local community.

We desperately need more social housing. Where you build though has to have the resources to support families.

I am passionate about ensuring we have support for people who need it. This could be teenagers with little amenities to occupy them, or mother and child groups. Also, we need to support our most vulnerable people and therefore I am really keen to work with other agencies to provide services that are so desperately needed.

If elected as a Labour Councillor I will be a strong voice for people to develop and provide the safer, greener, healthier and more prosperous future for people, both now and the children of the future.

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