Julie Morgan AM for Cardiff North
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Everyone has the right to contact their local Member of the Senedd (MS) to discuss issues affecting them. If you're a constituent, Julie will do her best to help you and can act on a wide range of devolved issues (see list below). You are also represented by four regional Members of the Senedd and an MP (in Cardiff North, Anna McMorrin MP), as well as local councillors.

Is Julie Morgan my local Member of the Senedd?

Julie represents Cardiff North which includes Gabalfa, Llandaff North, Whitchurch, Tongwynlais, Birchgrove, Rhiwbina, Heath, Llanishen, Lisvane, Pontprennau and Old St Mellons.

  • If you are unsure whether you live within the constituency you can check via the Welsh Parliament Senedd website.

How can my Senedd Member help?

Senedd Members can raise issues on behalf of the constituents they represent. Please use the contact form on this website to get in touch with Julie.

Once you've contacted Julie, she will do her best to help (she may ask one of her staff to act on her behalf). Julie's caseworkers are very experienced at dealing with personal issues or issues which concern the local community. If your concern is a wider policy issue, Julie can write to Welsh Government ministers to seek answers on questions to do with Welsh Government (not UK Government) policy. 

You should contact the current MP for Cardiff North for non-devolved issues including immigration.

What areas does the Welsh Government have responsibility for?

Devolved areas of responsibility:

  • Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and rural development;

  • Ancient monuments and historical buildings;

  • Culture;

  • Economic development;

  • Education and training;

  • Environment;

  • Fire and rescue services and safety promotion;

  • Food;

  • Health and health services;

  • Highways and transport;

  • Housing;

  • Local government;

  • National Assembly for Wales;

  • Public services;

  • Sport and recreation;

  • Tourism;

  • Town and country planning;

  • Water and flood defences;

  • Welsh Language.