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Mar 28, 2013

Devolution embodied in cedar and glass

The Senedd in Cardiff Bay is more than a striking modern building – it’s the embodiment of decades of …

aspiration for Wales to have greater control over its own affairs. The process of devolution can be traced back to radical Liberal ideas in the Victorian age. In 1997 the people of Wales voted by the narrowest possible margin to establish a National Assembly for Wales, which sits in the Senedd. To read more, scan the QR codes by the public entrance to the Senedd. Or click here