A Tale of Two Visits

It was great to meet a group of school pupils from Litchard Primary School, Bridgend recently at the National Assembly for Wales. They were visiting the Assembly to learn more about the Assembly and to visit the Senedd building. They had the opportunity to sit in the old chamber in Ty Hywel.

When I met them, the school children gave a rousing performance of happy birthday which was lovely. It was good to speak to them about my role as an Assembly Member and as First Minister and then to ask them for their questions. They asked a number of questions about my school days, my religious beliefs, my hobbies in my spare time, Wales’ football and rugby teams, my career before entering politics and how I use technology in my job. I thoroughly enjoyed their visit.

Last month, I was delighted to visit Porthcawl Museum to see for myself the changes to the Museum, to have a look at the new exhibitions including the new Victorian school room and the new Maritime Exhibition and to leave a comment in the visitors book. I would encourage people to pop in and take a look.