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The European Commission Office in Wales was established in Cardiff in 1976 as an information office of the European Commission. Over time the role and responsibilities of the office have evolved and today the EC Office is the political representation of the European Commission in Wales, operating in the fields of public affairs, public diplomacy, political contacts, press & media activity, and outreach to the general public. As such the EC Office is the voice of the European Commission in Wales, but also its eyes and ears. Based on this, the EC Office in Wales has as its main responsibility the representation of EC interests in Wales. The EC Office also tries to facilitate and mediate in contacts between Welsh authorities and interest groups and the EU institutions, with a view to fostering closer ties between the two.

The EC Office in Wales forms part of the European Commission Representation in the United Kingdom, with offices in London, Edinburgh, Belfast and Cardiff, and is one of 37 representation offices of the European Commission within the 28 Member States of the European Union.

The European Commission's team in Wales

Staff at the EC Office in Wales cover a variety of areas of responsibility. Names and contact data can be found below.

Head of Office of the European Commission in Wales – David Hughes

Outreach & Information – Sian Stoodley (information, publications, events, schools)

Outreach & Information – Leri Davies (information, publications, events, schools)

Press & Political Affairs - Rachael Davies (media & press, political analysis)

Office Manager & PA to the Head of Office – Christine McGrath (logistics, coordination)

European Commission Office in Wales / Swyddfa'r Comisiwn Ewropeaidd yng Nghymru
2 Caspian Point/2 Pentir Caspian,
Caspian Way/Ffordd Caspian,
CF10 4QQ
Tel: 029 20895020
Fax: 029 20895035

Follow us on Twitter: @EUCommWales

Last update: 26/05/2015  |Top