People of the Senedd

Sam Rowlands MS

Sam Rowlands MS

Senedd Regional Member

Welsh Conservative Party

Welsh Conservative Party Group

North Wales

My Senedd Activities

Thank you, Minister, for your initial response there. It is a sad fact, isn't it, that Wales has the highest COVID-19 death rate across the United Kingdom. Regretfully, throughout the pan...

Plenary | 27/09/2022

To propose that the Senedd: 1. Notes:   a) the impact that migraine has on the 1 in 10 children and young people who live with it, including at school and their day-to-day lives; b) th...

For debate on 21/09/2022

What discussions is the Minister having with the Minister for Economy regarding the future of the former Anglesey Aluminium site in Holyhead?

Tabled on 21/09/2022

What steps is the Welsh Government taking to improve local government performance in delivering local services?

Tabled on 21/09/2022

as chair of the cross-party group on tourism, I had the delight of meeting a number of businesses within the tourism sector, listened to their concerns and the challenges that they are fa...

Plenary | 20/09/2022

Diolch, Llywydd, and thank you, Minister, for bringing forward today's statement. Minister, you'll be aware, of course, that this summer's report by the Federation of Small Businesses on...

Plenary | 20/09/2022

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Biography

Personal history

Sam was born in Bangor and grew up in Penygroes, near Caernarfon, before moving to Abergele when he was nine; he attended Ysgol Eirias in Colwyn Bay. Sam worked for HSBC between 2009 and 2019 as a credit risk manager which provided him with international experience and also the attainment of a degree in business management. He married Natasha in 2008 and together they have three daughters.

Political history

Sam was first elected to Conwy County Borough and Abergele Town Councils in 2008. He was the youngest Mayor of Abergele from 2015 – 2016 and was appointed Conwy County Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Finance and Resources in 2017 before being elected Leader of the Council in 2019. Sam contested the Vale of Clwyd constituency in the 2016 Senedd elections, before being elected to represent the North Wales region in 2021. After his election Sam was appointed as the Conservative Party’s spokesman for local government in Wales.

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Terms of office

  1. 08/05/2021 -

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