In Wales today with Swansea West candidate Michael O’Carroll, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron announced that the Lib Dems would give the immediate go-ahead to the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project and start plans for a programme of tidal lagoons, including at Cardiff, Colwyn Bay, and Newport, creating over 34,000 jobs in Wales alone and opportunities for hundreds of businesses in the supply chain.
The Welsh Liberal Democrats have selected postgraduate student Charley Hasted to fight the Swansea East constituency on 8th June.
Charley Hasted was born in and raised in South London but has strong Welsh roots through family in Bridgend. Having been a parental carer since childhood, Charley understands the many demands put on carers. A former youth worker, teaching assistant and disability rights advisor, Charley has a degree in law from Staffordshire University and will be starting a masters degree in Development and Human Rights in Swansea later this year. Amongst Charley’s hobbies are an enthusiasm for Rugby Union and Formula One.
The Welsh Liberal Democrats have selected Michael O’Carroll, to fight the Swansea West constituency on 8th June
Mr. O’Carroll is a local businessman and campaigner who lives in the St Helen’s area of Swansea. He moved to Swansea in 2014 to work for commercial services at Swansea University, having previously run his own successful hospitality business in Mid Wales. He is also a serving Army reservist with 3rd Battalion the Royal Welsh, B Company, based in Morfa. He enjoys running and outdoor fitness; making the most of Swansea’s parks, Swansea Bay promenade and Swansea beach.
The Welsh Liberal Democrats have selected Howard Evans, a local teacher to fight the Gower constituency on 8th June. Howard has fought the constituency before, for the Assembly in 1999.