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Assembly Members


The National Assembly for Wales is made up of 60 Assembly Members.

40 Assembly Members represent the constituencies of Wales - your local area - and 20 Assembly Members represent the five regions: North Wales, Mid and West Wales, South Wales West, South Wales East and South Wales Central.

Assembly Members carry out the work of the National Assembly for Wales; they represent the interests of Wales and its people, make laws for Wales and hold the Welsh Government to account.

Assembly Members

​Each person in Wales is represented by five Assembly Members: one for your constituency – local area – and four for your region, either North Wales, Mid and West Wales, South Wales West, South Wales East or South Wales Central.

Find your Assembly Members

To find the name and contact details of your AM enter your postcode or click the region on the map.

​In this section

AMs, Roles and Responsibilities

Discover more about how Assembly Members carry out their duties and how they represent you.

Your Assembly Members

Information about all 60 Assembly Members, their specialist roles and the areas they represent.

Working for or becoming a Member

Find out how to stand as an Assembly Member in the next Assembly election, or how to work for an Assembly Member.

Pay, expenses, financial interests and standards

Information about financial standards, registers of financial interests and the employment of family members by Assembly Members.

Senedd seating plan

View where Members and parties are seated in the Senedd Chamber.

Members Plenary contributions

Find out what Assembly Members have said in Plenary and how they have voted on the subjects that matter to you.

Code of Conduct for Assembly Members

This Code applies to all Members of the National Assembly. Members must comply with it. Should you have any concerns about a Member's conduct or wish to make a complaint, please contact the Standards Commissioner.

How The Assembly Works

Presiding Officer

Presiding Officer

The Presiding Officer is the single most important office in the Assembly. Read more
The Record

The Record

Find out everything AMs have said on the Record about the issues that matter to you. Search the Record


Committees in the Assembly need your input to help shape their work. View current consultations
Visiting the Senedd

Visiting the Senedd

See the Assembly in action by coming to watch Plenary or committee meetings. Read more
Research Service

Research Service

Our researchers write short, topical and informative pieces on public life in Wales. Read more
In your area

In your area

Our Outreach and Education services can bring the Assembly to you. Find out more

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