Wales campaigns on 38 degrees

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Dear Andy,

Across Wales, tens of thousands of 38 Degrees members are campaigning for change on issues that matter to all of us. People are coming together to call for a fairer and more sustainable place to live. Together, we’re making our public services work for us – and fighting devastating cuts.

Take a look below at some of the campaigns started by 38 Degrees members in Wales:

In Newport, Rich is campaigning to stop the proposed M4 route – the plans could damage the nature and wildlife at Gwent levels:
https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/M4

Malcolm has started a petition to save Pontrhydyfen Primary School in Afan Valley from closure. To watch the campaign song by Pontrhydyfen students click the link below:
https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/Pontrhydyfen

In Neath Port Talbot, Neale is campaigning to get the council to reject all applications for fracking. With your support Neath Port Talbot could become a frack free zone:
https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/Neath-Port-Talbot

And Len has started a petition asking members of the National Assembly for Wales to stop austerity cuts:
https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/Cuts-in-Wales

Is there an issue you’d like to campaign on? Maybe you want the government to improve NHS services in Wales, or perhaps you want to make your voice heard and campaign for politicians to be more accountable?

With Campaigns by You anyone can start their own campaign with the click of a button. But that’s just where your campaign journey begins. Creating a petition, then sharing it with friends and promoting it locally, can soon give you a groundswell of local support. And hopefully, you’ll end up winning a campaign you really care about.

Click here to get your campaign started today:

START A CAMPAIGN

Thanks for everything you do,

Ali, Amy, Robin and the 38 Degrees team

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