Visit to mid Wales by Tory party co-chairman

Cabinet member and Conservative Party co-chairman Amanda Milling has visited Montgomeryshire to look at training and skills in the region.

Amanda Milling MP with Vicky & Arwyn Watkins of Cambrian Training Company, Craig Williams MP, Russell George MS, and Glyn Davies, Chairman of the Welsh Conservatives.
Amanda Milling MP with Vicky & Arwyn Watkins of Cambrian Training Company, Craig Williams MP, Russell George MS, and Glyn Davies, Chairman of the Welsh Conservatives.

Ms Milling and Montgomeryshire MP Craig Williams visited the Chartists 1770 restaurant based at the Trewythen Hotel in Llanidloes.

Cambrian Training Company opened the restaurant creating 16 full-time and part-time jobs, including six apprenticeships.

Ms Milling and Mr Williams met staff and apprentices, as well as Cambrian Training Company CEO Arwyn Watkins.

Mr Williams said: “Amanda’s visit was focussed on training and skills within Mid Wales, and she met with staff and apprentices at Trewythen.

"We also had a good discussion with CEO Arwyn Watkins regarding the UK Government’s Kick Start programme, alongside opportunities for apprentices working towards Foundation Apprenticeships and Apprenticeships in licensed hospitality, food production, cookery and cleaning supervision skills, all of which are delivered by Cambrian Training at the hotel."

Ms Milling said: “It’s training schemes like this and the work that Cambrian Training do that play a key part in this Conservative government’s mission to level up our whole country."

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