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North Wales Bolstered by 92 extra police officers

Sarah Atherton has welcomed the announcement that North Wales has been bolstered by an additional 92 officers since the Government launched its major recruitment drive in September 2019.

Are you Wrexham's Best Small Shop?

Sarah Atherton is calling on Wrexham’s small shopkeepers to enter the Best Small Shops Competition, celebrating the successes of small shops and the central role they play in their local community, particularly in response to Covid-19. 
 

Sarah Atherton highlights the work of Nightingale House in Wrexham

Following the announcement that Nightingale House was experiencing cashflow problems Wrexham’s MP and former nurse, Sarah Atherton, has written to the Minister for Civil Society, Baroness Barran, to highlight the fantastic work they do to support the community.

Sarah Atherton Welcomes Unprecidented Funding

The Welsh Government will receive a minimum of £1.1 billion in additional funding this year, on top of £2.9 billion confirmed since March to help provide support following the coronavirus pandemic, the UK Government has announced.

Return to the frontline

Following the outbreak of coronavirus, and seeing the overwhelming response by our communities, volunteers and healthcare professionals, I signed up to the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s ‘coronavirus temp register’ to offer my hand of support at this time of national crisis.

Sarah Atherton, welcomes pay rises for public sector workers

Today the UK Government has announced that almost 900,000 public sector workers, including Police officers and Armed Forces personnel, will see above inflation pay rises, for the third year in a row.

Following today’s announcement Wrexham’s MP, Sarah Atherton, said: