On St David’s Day, Dr James Davies MP attended a celebration at 10 Downing Street, hosted by Theresa May. Dr Davies was accompanied by Cllr Ann Davies, Chairman of Denbighshire County Council, her daughter and consort, Jane Hugo, and Cllr Hugh Evans, Leader of Denbighshire County Council. Also in attendance were Bethan and Garry Owen of Rhyl, and Naomi Lea of St Asaph. Bethan and Naomi were awarded the Prime Minister’s ‘Points of Light’ volunteers award at the event.
The reception was held to celebrate Welsh business, sport and food and a number of businesses showcased their products including the Rhyl based Snowdonia Cheese Company.
During the event Theresa May said ‘I am immensely proud to be Prime Minister of the whole United Kingdom – I am absolutely committed to promoting and supporting Wales as part of that honour and responsibility.’
‘This proud country – and a special part of our United Kingdom – is home to some of the greatest talent and industry in the world.’
‘As a UK government we will always do everything we can to support Welsh business and to help create more jobs in Wales.’
Dr James Davies MP said: ‘It was a privilege to attend this celebration and meet a number constituents who were also in attendance. Ensuring Wales, and North Wales in particular, is high on the Prime Minister’s agenda is a key aim for me as MP for the Vale of Clwyd.’