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Welsh Assembly Business: Thursday 8 February 2018

In Plenary

The National Assembly for Wales is not sitting in Plenary

In Committee  

Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee (9:30am, North Wales)
- Visit to Enterprise Zones in North Wales

Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee (9:00am, room 3)
- Inquiry into rough sleeping in Wales – Evidence from Dr Peter Mackie, Senior Lecturer, School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University; Professor Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Professor / Director of Institute (ISPHERE), Heriot-Watt University; Jane Thomas, Assistant Director, Housing & Communities, Cardiff Council; Simon Inkson, Head of Housing, Powys County Council; Julie Francis, Service Manager, Housing, Tracy Hague, Temporary Housing Options Lead, Wrexham Council; Antony Kendall, Director of Operations, The Wallich; Yvonne Connolly, Regional Manager for Wales and the South West, The Salvation Army; Richard Edwards, Chief Executive, The Huggard Centre; Frances Beecher, Chief Executive, Llamau; Katie Dalton, Director, Cymorth Cymru; Jennie Bibbings, Campaigns Manager, Rebecca Jackson, Policy and Research Officer, Shelter Cymru; Jon Sparkes, Chief Executive, Crisis; Beth Thomas, Regional Sales Manager, Wales & South West, The Big Issue; Assistant Chief Constable Jeremy Vaughan, Chief Superintendent Stephen Jones, South Wales Police; Ian Barrow, Director for the NPS in Wales, HM Prison and Probation Service in Wales; Diana Binding, Lead Senior Manager on Accommodation, Wales Community Rehabilitation Company; Dusty Kennedy, Director, Youth Justice Board Cymru

Health, Social Care and Sport Committee (10:30am, room 5)
- Inquiry into physical activity of children and young people – Evidence from - Ray Williams, Holyhead & Anglesey Weightlifting and Fitness Centre


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