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CLICIWICH YMA AM FERSIWN CYMRAEG
David Bevan
 
Party Leader & Co-Founder. 
I was born in Cilfrew near Neath and now live in Groes Faen, Glamorgan. After studying engineering at Bristol University, I worked in Scotland and Iran building oil refineries.

I then joined the Army and served 3 years. For the past 20 years I have been running my own building company, taking on projects in London and South Wales.

I had never expected to get involved in politics but joined UKIP in 2003 when I finally realised that all four old, failed, political parties were going to allow the United Kingdom to be dismantled.
I was Chairman of the Cardiff Branch of UKIP for 7 years. I was Treasurer for UKIP Wales for about the same time. I have stood as a candidate in various elections:
 
  • General Election,Pontypridd. 2005
  • Welsh Assembly Election 2006.
  • Local Elections 2008.
  • European Election 2009
  • General Election 2010
  • Welsh Assembly Election 2011

I resigned from UKIP to help set up this new Party because UKIP changed its policy and now supports the Welsh Assembly.  
Jonathon Harrington
 
Treasurer and Co-Founder.
I was born in London and moved to a small farm in The Brecon Beacons when I was eleven.
 
After studying agriculture at Harper-Adams I went to work for Fisons Fertilisers in East Anglia before going to South Africa and what was then Rhodesia. Upon my return I worked for Bayer Crop Science in Gloucestershire and then for a number of agricultural merchants including West Midland Farmers before setting up my own company.
 
In 2005 whilst walking I fell from Cadir Idris and broke my back and as a result I am now paraplegic.
 
I am also a visiting lecturer at Cardiff University and visit local schools to explain how and where our food is produced.
 
I have never stood for public election but am now so convinced that The Welsh Assembly is doing more harm than good for the people of Wales that it is essential that a party is formed to represent the views of the great but silent majority.
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