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Janet Haworth AM

Janet Haworth AM

Party: Welsh Conservative Party

Region: North Wales

Term of Office

  • 27/05/2015 - 05/04/2016

Additional Information

 

Janet Haworth was a Member of the National Assembly for Wales between May 2015 and April 2016. This was her biography at the time she left.

 

Personal History

Janet background is in teaching and training. Alongside raising three children she worked in secondary schools in London, Derbyshire, Aberdeen and North Wales as well as a FE college in Essex.

Janet has also worked as a personnel and training manager for a charity and for Shell Petroleum.

Whilst in Essex Janet established only the second Return to Work programme for women in the UK.

In the mid 2000’s Janet opened Abbey Lodge Guest House in Llandudno which featured in the Michelin Guide. Janet has become fully involved with the small business community of the region. She serves on the executive of the Llandudno Hospitality Association, a local small business association. For 5 years she served as a director for North Wales Tourism.

 

Political History

In 2008 Janet was elected to Llandudno Town Council and Conwy County Council representing a ward that had been held by Labour for over twenty years. In 2012 years ago Janet was re-elected and continues to serve as a County Councillor for the area. 

In early June 2015 Janet took her seat as a Welsh Conservative Regional Assembly Member for North Wales following the election of the previous AM for the area to Parliament.

Since her appointment Janet has been appointed as Shadow Minister for Environment and Energy and is as member of the Assembly’s Environment and Sustainability Committee.

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