Neath Port Talbot Councillor joins Propel

Cllr Martyn Peters of Neath Port Talbot Council has joined Propel stating that Wales needed “fresh new thinking to take it forward”.

Councillor Martyn Peters and Neil McEvoy AM

Cllr Peters represents Dyffryn ward on NPT Council and is also a member of the Dyffryn Clydach Community Council.

The arrival of Cllr Peters to Propel means the new party now already has representation on two local authorities, with a Propel Assembly Member also representing the South Wales Central region.

Welcome to the WNP Councillor Martyn Peters

Welcome to the WNP Councillor Martyn Peters, representing Dyffryn Clydach ward on Neath Port Talbot Council. The party keeps growing. Croeso i Gynghorydd Y Blaid Genedlaethol, Martyn Peters, sy'n cynrychioli ward Dyffryn Clydach ar Gyngor Castell-nedd Port Talbot. Mae'r blaid yn parhau i dyfu.

Posted by Welsh National Party - Y Blaid Genedlaethol on Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Cllr Peter's said,

"This nation needs fresh new thinking to take it forward. That is why I am excited to be joining Propel, who are committed to doing what’s right for Wales.

“I believe in individual sovereignty, enabling people to be independent and have power over their own lives. I believe in community sovereignty. Too many things are imposed on our communities. Nationally, I passionately want Wales to stand on its own two feet.

“I come from a really strong community with a proud history. People know each other, we look out for each other. And that community spirit is really being demonstrated now as we face the Coronavirus pandemic. I know we’ll get through this crisis together, and when we do, Propel will be pushing for a better, united Wales.

Leader of Propel, Neil McEvoy AM, said:

"As soon as I met Martyn we were on the same page. His local record is fantastic. Martyn is a community champion, with an electoral record which is second to none. How many councillors in Wales win 73% of the vote? We are all delighted to have attracted a local politician of such high calibre to Propel."