Sandy Mewies

Sandy Mewies

Sandra (Sandy) Mewies (born 16 February 1950) is the Labour Party National Assembly for Wales member for the Delyn Constituency.


Grove Park Girls' Grammar School, Wrexham. Holds a degree from the Open University and is an Honourary Fellow of the North East Wales Institute. She has worked as a journalist, in the voluntary sector running the former Clwyd Community Care Federation and as a lay inspector of schools. She is a former director of the Wales European Centre in Brussels.

Political career

County and Community Councillor, Wrexham for 16 years - she serverd as deputy leader and Mayor.

She was elected to the National Assembly for Wales in 2003 as a Labour candidate to represent Delyn and re-elected in 2007 with a majority of 511. She is Chair of the European and External Affairs Committee and sits on the Enterprise and Learning Committee.

External links

* [ Sandy Mewies AM homepage]
* [ Website of the Welsh Assembly Government]
* [ Website of the National Assembly for Wales]

Offices held

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