People of the Senedd

Vikki Howells MS

Vikki Howells MS

Senedd Constituency Member

Welsh Labour

Welsh Labour Group

Cynon Valley

My Senedd Activities

Will the Welsh Government provide an update on plans to introduce subordinate legislation to restrict the placement and price promotions of products high in fat, sugar and salt in retaile...

Tabled on 20/06/2024

What is the Welsh Government doing to promote access to the history and heritage of the south Wales valleys?

Tabled on 19/06/2024

What assessment has the Cabinet Secretary made of the administration of Welsh Government grants awarded to organisations in Cynon Valley?

Tabled on 12/06/2024

What assessment has the Welsh Government made of the impact that the different outcomes of the UK general election will have on Wales?

Tabled on 06/06/2024

Will the Cabinet Secretary set out the Welsh Government’s assessment of the impact of the loss of the planned UK Government Tobacco and Vapes Bill due to the calling of the general electi...

Tabled on 28/05/2024

Will the Cabinet Secretary set out his priorities for improving animal welfare?

Tabled on 08/05/2024

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Key interests and achievements

Vikki’s political interests include education; transport and the economy; tackling poverty; inclusive play; community regeneration; and heritage and culture.

Personal history

Vikki Howells is the Welsh Labour Senedd Member for Cynon Valley. Born and raised in the constituency, Vikki was educated at St John Baptist Church in Wales High school, Aberdare, before attending the University of Wales, Cardiff, where she gained a bachelor’s degree in International and Welsh History, and a master’s degree in Modern Welsh History. Whilst studying at Cardiff, Vikki received the Charles Morgan award in recognition of her contribution to the field of Welsh History.

Professional background

Vikki worked as a History teacher at St Cenydd Community School, Caerphilly, from 2000 to 2016, where she also undertook a range of pastoral roles, most recently serving as Assistant Head of Sixth Form. Vikki has also worked as a mentor for trainee teachers and has sat on the admissions panel for the History PGCE course at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Political history

Vikki joined the Labour Party at the age of 17 and has undertaken many roles within her Constituency, including Women’s Officer and CLP Chair. Vikki was elected to Chair the Welsh Labour Group of Senedd Members in November 2017.


Terms of office

  1. 06/05/2016 - 28/04/2021
  2. 08/05/2021 -

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