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Contact your Assembly Member

On 9th May we are hosting an event in the Welsh Assembly with Jayne Bryant AM, to tell Assembly Members all about the importance of cervical cancer prevention.Welsh Assembly

If you live in Wales, please encourage your AM to pop in. They will be provided with briefings, containing both area-specific and national cervical screening statistics. They will have the opportunity to have their photo taken to demonstrate their commitment to raising awareness about the importance of cervical screening. This is particularly timely as Cervical Screening Awareness Week is 11th-18th June 2018.

You can find out your AM and their email address by typing in your postcode here: http://www.assembly.wales/en/memhome/Pages/memhome.aspx

Then please send the following email to your AM, adding any information you would like about why cervical cancer prevention is an important issue to you.

Email to send to your AM

Dear [name of AM]

I live at [address] and would be grateful if you could attend a Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust drop-in event at the Welsh Assembly to discuss the importance of cervical cancer prevention.  

The drop-in event will take place in Conference Room B between 12 and 2pm on Wednesday 9th May.  You will be able to find out the latest cervical screening (smear test) statistics and have your photo taken to demonstrate your commitment to cervical cancer prevention. This is particularly timely as Cervical Screening Awareness Week is 11th-18th June 2018, so you will have photos and materials ready for the week.

Cervical screening provides the best protection from cervical cancer, preventing up to 75% of cervical cancers from developing. Nearly 1 in 4 women in Wales (23%) did not attend cervical screening when invited last year.

Please RSVP to Jane at [email protected] if you think you can go, so Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust can ensure they have area-specific briefings ready for you.

Thank you and best wishes,


If you have any questions about the event, please contact [email protected] or call 020 3096 8100.


Date last updated: 
06 Apr 2018