Local Matters

Keep up to date with everything I'm doing on the island, and for the island.

Campaigns

Local Jobs for Local People

The UK Government was elected on a manifesto to take us out of the EU and level up the UK.  Levelling up means making sure that areas of the UK that have been underfunded in recent years – like Ynys Môn – get inward investment so that our young people have the same opportunities as more prosperou

Ensure Ynys Môn is front and centre of government policy

For years Ynys Môn has been poorly represented in Westminster by our MPs.  Our island needs someone fighting its corner and making sure that the people in power know and understand our local issues and assets.  My fights for Wylfa and a Freeport are well documented but I have also been working to

News

Huge £14,000 raised for Holyhead education fund at fundraiser

More than £14,000 has been raised to support the educational needs of Holyhead’s young people at a dinner hosted by Ynys Môn MP Virginia Crosbie.

Ninety people were at Braids Bistro, Holyhead Golf Club last Thursday for the event in aid of the John Cave Memorial School Fund.

I'm supporting new legislation to protect livestock from dog attacks

I'm supporting a parliamentary Bill to better protect livestock from dog attacks.

I have been a champion of legislation to tighten up the laws on livestock worrying and is now backing the Dogs (Protection of Livestock) (Amendment) Bill that has government support.

Freeport Seminar - 24 November 2023

If you are wondering what Freeport status could mean for you, your family and your business, register to attend my free Freeport Seminar on 24 November in M-SParc to find out more.

Click here for details.

Holyhead and Anglesey Mail - Nuclear Week in Parliament

Why I wear my nuclear badge with pride

Gan ei bod hi’n wythnos niwclear yn Senedd y DU, mae’n gyfle i mi dynnu sylw at y rhesymau pam rwy’n benderfynol o ddod ag ynni niwclear newydd i Wylfa.

My August Hidden Hero is Vanessa Williams

Ynys Môn MP Virginia Crosbie has visited Anglesey and District Feline Support and Rescue to give a shout out for 
donations of cat food, fleece blankets and other items to help the centre continue its work.