Propel Wales is a grassroots movement that campaigns for individual, community and national sovereignty for Wales.

We're an independent organisation of members and supporters of Plaid Cymru - the Party of Wales.

We work in communities across the country to tackle corruption, re-industrialise Wales for the 21st Century, to reach out to all those who have been let down and left behind by the Welsh political establishment, to deliver a united Wales and to elect a Plaid Cymru - Party of Wales government.

  • From the blog

    It’s time for the Welsh to get some respect

    Neil McEvoy It’s time for the Welsh to get some respect

    The poverty statistics for Wales really do make grim reading. 1 in 4 people in Wales lives in relative income poverty, and the figure is rising. 1 in 5 pensioners lives in relative income poverty, and it’s risen in the last 4 periods. 28% of children in Wales tragically lives in poverty. If you want the Welsh Government stats they’re here.

    Poverty has been a problem in Wales and the UK for centuries. But what’s different now is that the establishment’s past methods for dealing with the ‘unwanted’ poor largely no longer exist.

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    This country really needs change

    Neil McEvoy - This country really needs change

    The Plaid leadership debate is now well underway and the most positive aspect so far has been to see Welsh independence being talked about again.

    Over the past six years it hasn’t been mentioned much. The Plaid leadership was simply more interested in, what Jonathan Edwards has called, ‘niche issues’ rather than Welsh sovereignty.

    This rejection of Welsh nationalism by Plaid has been an abdication of responsibility to our nation, and it must not continue. We need to be upfront with people about our aims for Wales.

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  • Upcoming events

    General Meeting
    Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 11:00 AM
    Hen & Chickens in Abergavenny, United Kingdom

    Propel

    Propel will be holding a general meeting at 11am on 29 September in the Hen & Chickens, 7 Flannel Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5EG. The meeting will begin at 11am and run until 5pm.

    Since Propel’s exciting launch at the Coal Exchange last May, new members have continued to join. Standing orders have now been developed and a statement on Propel’s mission going forward has been drafted. As members, it will be up to you to approve these documents.

    The meeting will also be an opportunity to discuss our campaigning activities across Wales and to hear from our official spokesperson, Neil McEvoy AM.

    It’s a time of great upheaval in Wales and so we need to now strengthen Propel. That way we'll have a movement ready to push for individual, community and national sovereignty for Wales.

     

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  • Contact

    Contact

    Email: post@propel.wales

    Address: Propel Wales, The Maltings, East Tyndall Street, Cardiff, CF24 5EA