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Mandy Jones AM

Mandy Jones AM

Party: United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP)

Region: North Wales

Contact information

Assembly Address: 
National Assembly for Wales
Cardiff Bay
Cardiff
CF99 1NA

Phone:  01248 717 052

Email:  mandy.jones@assembly.wales

Phone:  0300 200 7387

Twitter :  twitter.com/MandyJonesAM

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Term of Office

  • 28/12/2017 -

Additional Information

Key interests and achievements

Mandy is an accomplished seamstress and can make, repair and alter her own clothes. She is a huge animal lover and has 3 rescue dogs – 2 Rottweilers and a Catalonian Shepherd dog she brought home from Spain; Mandy loves donning her leathers and riding her Honda CBR 600F around the beautiful north Wales landscape. 

 

Personal history

Mandy hails from Wolverhampton and came to north Wales in 1986. She attended Llysfasi Agricultural College studying agriculture and then small animal husbandry. Here she accomplished student of the year in 2000.

Mandy has 4 grown up children who are all fluent Welsh speakers. She now lives in rural Corwen.

 

Professional background

Mandy has worked in a chip shop, a bakery, and has run her own micro business making designer dog coats and doing corporate and company branding. She has been a shepherdess, a tractor driver and a meter reader for G4S.

 

Political history

Mandy joined UKIP in 2014, having been attracted by its policies. She was a candidate for Clwyd South in GE 2015, and in the Assembly Elections 2016. She was also a list candidate and an active campaigner for the referendum in June 2016.  She was returned as a Regional Assembly Member in December 2018 on the resignation of Nathan Gill.

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