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Wales - Cymru

The communists of Wales helped found the CP some 90 years ago and have today, developed a presence in every area of the country. The Wales CP is a bi-lingual party, active in union and community struggles as well as solidarity with the Cuban revolution and Venezuela.

For more information go to the CP Wales website here.

You can read the Party programme for Wales, Real Power for the People of Wales, in English and Welsh, here.

PRIFYSGOL GOMIWNYDDOL CYMRU Communist University of Wales

The bi-ennial Communist University of Wales will be held in Pontypridd on the Friday and Saturday 28 and 29 November 2014; featuring the Gwyn Alf Williams Memorial Lecture on 'Imperialism and Africa - Past and Present’.


WALES: Campaigning communists

The March edition of Welsh Communist News is mailed to members and supporters with news of campaigns, events and policy. Read the latest edition and sign up for future editions.


COMMUNIST UNIVERSITY OF WALES: A programme of debate, discussion and entertainment

The Communist University of Wales is being held in Pontypridd over the weekend 7-9 December with a full programme of lectures, debates and revolutionary entertainment. You can view the three-day programme here.


Morning Star at this year's Eisteddfod (4th - 11th August) Vale of Glamorgan

Volunteers are required to staff the Morning Star stall at this year's Eisteddfod. Welsh communists are looking for two volunteers for the morning shift and 2 volunteers for the afternoon shift for each day of the Eisteddfod, at least one of whom would need to be a Welsh speaker.


WALES LOCAL ELECTIONS: Communist Viewpoint

Communists 'pleased' with local election impact 

'Welsh Communists are pleased with our impact on these local elections', the party's secretary in Wales, Rick Newnham, declared today (May 4).