About Janet Finch-Saunders
Janet is a well known and popular local Councillor here in Aberconwy and has a reputation for getting thing's done. Many residents know her to be a straight talking politician and local business woman who is passionate and committed to serving the residents of Aberconwy with a strong voice. She was elected as a Llandudno Town Councillor in 1993, becoming the Mayor of Llandudno in 2004 and was elected as a Conwy County Borough Councillor as the Deputy Leader of the Welsh Conservative Group. A former Cabinet member with portfolio responsibilities to include Community Safety, Licensing, Animal Welfare, Food Safety, Building Control, Trading Standards, Equalities and Disability issues and this has given Janet a broad insight to the needs of the community. She has also held the brief for the Welsh language issues.
Janet will always fight to ensure:-
- No further downgrades to Llandudno Hospital.
- Increased support and funding for our local hospices, stroke services and E.M.I provision ( to include those suffering with Alzheimer's)
- Increased accessibility to much needed cancer treatments.
- Better recognition of support for our Carer's to include respite provision.
- There is help and support for those suffering with mental health issues.
- Our Tourism industry is at the heart of all Welsh Policy making.
Janet is well known throughout Aberconwy for her passion and commitment to ensuring that the residents in Aberconwy are represented in a strong and forthright manner. She is a seasoned campaigner on many important issues and is not afraid to expose what she considers to be inefficient and wasteful spending within the Labour / Plaid Cymru Welsh Assembly Government, Conwy County Borough Council and the other public authorities. She believes that for too often the residents are not involved or even consulted when it comes to the allocation of spend on important public services.
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Janet was elected as the Welsh Conservative Member for Aberconwy on 6th May 2011