Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Brynle re-profiling Wales

My colleague, Brynle Williams has just told the First Minsiter that there is "Considerable downward pressure on upland farms". The obvious question is at what stage do they become lowland farms. Brynle was making the important point that the upland farming scheme, Tir Mynnydd is important to hill arms in Wales in his own inimitable way

6 comments:

Alwyn ap Huw said...

As the late cartoonist Gren once said "If Wales was flat it would be bigger than England"

bethan said...

Out of interest, do you and Peter Black always share ideas for blogs?!

Chanticleer's said...

It must be the sign of impending coalition, Bethan. Not long til you and Leighton start blogging from the same hymn sheet, so to speak, eh? *winks galore*

Glyn Davies AM said...

Peter and I were both in the chamber, and decided to share the 'gem' with the world at the same time. We both clearly have the same quirky sense of humour

Anonymous said...

How can you take any institution which has someone of the calibre of Brynle Williams as a member be taken seriously.

Glyn Davies AM said...

I think Brynle is a really valuable member of the Assembly. So often, he brings a personal and unique perspective to an issue, born of experience and intuition. I suspect anon objects to an individual who is clearly 'different'.