We urge Carmarthenshire County Council and Llanelli Town Council to recognise the huge contribution made to Welsh public life by former MP and Welsh Secretary, Jim Griffiths, by erecting a statue of him in Llanelli town centre.
Rydym yn annog Cyngor Sir Caerfyrddin a Chyngor Tref Llanelli i gydnabod y cyfraniad enfawr Jim Griffiths, gyn AS ac Ysgrifennydd Cymru, i gymdeithasau ar dros y wlad trwy godi cerflun ohono yng nghanol tref Llanelli.
Media coverage continues with S4C's Heno covering the campaign's developments
More media coverage has followed recent developments in the #CofioJim campaign. Theo spoke to S4C's flagship magazine programme, Heno, about the campaign's developments over the last few weeks and why Jim had largely been forgotten in modern Welsh history. Watch the video via this link (here) and see all of the media coverage the campaign has received via the "media" tab at the top of the #CofioJim website homepage.
Nia Griffith MP pledges her support to #CofioJim
Llanelli's MP has announced her support for the #CofioJim campaign. In a statement on Facebook, Nia Griffith said: "Delighted to be supporting the #CofioJim campaign to erect a statue of the great Jim Griffiths, who served as Llanelli’s MP for 34 years." She joins Llanelli's former MP, Denzil Davies; AM Lee Waters, Lord Morris, former Welsh Secretary; and Town Mayor, David Darkin, in pledging her support.
Speaking with the Greats
Theo interviews Denzil Davies, the former MP for Llanelli, and Gwynoro Jones, former MP for Carmarthen for a special video on the #CofioJim campaign. The video is a project between the #CofioJim campaign and hyperolocal media outlet, LlanelliOnline. More information here.