Brynle Williams


Brynle Williams

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name=Brynle Williams AM



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office = Assembly Member
constituency=North Wales
term_start =2003
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predecessor = Peter Rogers
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party = Conservative Party

Brynle Williams born in Cilcain, North Wales, 9 January 1949, is a member of the National Assembly for Wales in the North Wales region for the Welsh Conservative Party . He was first elected to the Assembly on 1 May 2003, and was successfully re-elected in 2007. He made his name during the importing of beef to Holyhead, Wales and as a leader of the UK fuel protests in 2000.

Professional career

Farmer. International judge of Welsh Ponies and Cobs. President-Elect of the Denbighshire and Flintshire Agricultural Society (2003-04), Chairman of Flintshire County Farmers Union of Wales, lifetime member of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society [http://www.wpcs.uk.com/] (where he served on the council for 8 years), and a member of the Livestock Committee of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society [http://www.rwas.co.uk/society] for over 20 years.

Political career

He is currently the Shadow Minister for Rural Affairs and sits on the Sustainability, [http://www.assemblywales.org/bus-home/bus-committees/bus-committees-third1/bus-committees-third-sc-home.htm] Rural Development [http://www.assemblywales.org/bus-home/bus-committees/bus-committees-third1/bus-committees-third-rd-home.htm] and Standards [http://www.assemblywales.org/bus-home/bus-committees/bus-committees-third1/bus-committees-third-std-home.htm] committees.

Williams has previously been the Conservative spokesman for Environment, Planning and Countryside and Local Government in the Second Assembly (2003-07), during which time he was also Chair of the North Wales Regional Committee.

References

External links

* [http://www.brynlewilliams.com/ Official Site]
* [http://www.conservatives.com/tile.do?def=wales.index.page= Welsh Conservatives Website]
* [http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/924774.stm BBC News Welsh Farmer behind Protest]
* [http://www.transaction-2007.com Transaction 2007 Fuel Protest Site]

Offices held


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