People of the Senedd
Peredur Owen Griffiths MS
Senedd Regional Member
Plaid Cymru Group
South Wales East
My Senedd Activities
How is the Welsh Government working with local authorities to ensure the safety of toxic sites in the south east?
Tabled on 15/02/2024
What is the Welsh Government doing to improve bus services in south-east Wales?
Tabled on 14/02/2024
What consultation has the Minister held with local authorities across Wales before the Welsh Government allocates consequential funding to local authorities in Wales following the UK Gove...
Tabled on 07/02/2024
What plans does the Government have to strengthen the economy in South Wales East?
Tabled on 01/02/2024
What is the estimated cost for each local authority in Wales to fund the 5 per cent increase in teachers' salaries for the academic year 2024-25?
Tabled on 25/01/2024
Delete all after point 2 and replace with: Regrets: a) the chronic underfunding of Wales by successive UK governments which impacts local authority budgets; and b) estimates of a £750...
For debate on 19/01/2024
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Detailed information: Peredur Owen Griffiths MS
As the son of a minister, Peredur had already lived in many different parts of Wales before he went to Glan Clwyd secondary school in St Asaph, including Pumsaint in Carmarthenshire, Moelfre in Ynys Môn, Lixwm in Flintshire. Peredur has a Masters Degree in Control Systems Engineering from the University of Sheffield, and now lives in Caerphilly.
As a student in Sheffield, Peredur took a job in banking. After completing his degree, Peredur was fast-tracked into being a Bank Manager for Santander, and was able to move back to Wales to complete his training. Whilst with Santander, Peredur worked in branches across south Wales, including Newport, Monmouth, Caerphilly, Merthyr Tydfil, Blackwood, Cwmbran, Barry, Tonypandy, and Cardiff. After Santander, came Principality Building Society, where Peredur worked as a Business Development Manager for the residential mortgage arm of the business. After 13 years in the Financial sector, Peredur joined Christian Aid as Regional Coordinator for South Wales and Legacy Officer for Wales as a whole. During this time, he joined the Board of Directors for Displaced People in Action, a charity working to place refugees. His next step was to join Cytûn: Churches together in Wales, where he worked with the many faith groups across Wales.
Peredur has been a Community Councillor for Trecenydd in Caerphilly since 2017 and served for two years as the Chair of Penyrheol, Trecenydd and Energlyn Community Council. He previously served as Chair of the Plaid Cymru Caerphilly Constituency. A long time campaigner for Plaid Cymru, Peredur was elected to the Senedd the first time he stood for election.
Terms of office
- 08/05/2021 -
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Cross Party Membership
- Children in Our Care - Cross Party Group
- Co-operatives & Mutuals - Cross Party Group
- Coeliac Disease & Dermatitis Herpetiformis - Cross Party Group
- Deaf Issues - Cross Party Group
- Diabetes - Cross Party Group
- Disability - Cross Party Group
- Friends of Ukraine - Cross Party Group
- Gambling Related Harm - Cross Party Group
- Hospice and Palliative Care - Cross Party Group
- Housing - Cross Party Group
- Industrial Communities - Cross Party Group
- Intergenerational Solidarity - Cross Party Group (Vice-Chair)
- Music - Cross Party Group
- Older People and Ageing - Cross Party Group
- Policing - Cross Party Group
- Public Transport - Cross Party Group
- Substance Use and Addiction - Cross Party Group (Chair)