Party: Welsh Conservative Party
16 Maryport Street
Phone: 01291 674898
National Assembly for Wales
Phone: 0300 200 7211
Website (non-Assembly) : www.nickramsay.org.uk/
Twitter : twitter.com/@NickRamsayAM
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Born in 1975, Nick is originally from Cwmbran. Aside from politics, Nick is a keen tennis player and member of Cwmbran Tennis Club. He is also a follower of Welsh rugby. He is involved in charity work.
Nick went to Croesyceiliog Comprehensive School before attending St John's College at the University of Durham where he gained a Joint Honours degree in English and Philosophy. He later gained a Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics from Cardiff University.
Nick was elected as Welsh Conservative Assembly Member for Monmouth in May 2007 and was Shadow Minister for Local Government and Public Services until October 2008 when he was appointed Shadow Minister for Finance. He was appointed Shadow Minister for Business, Enterprise & Technology, Chair of Enterprise & Business Committee 2011-2014
Nick has previously worked as a researcher for former Welsh Conservative party leader Nick Bourne. Prior to that he worked for former Monmouth AM David Davies.