§ Mr. Elystan Morgan
asked the Attorney-General if he will give consideration to the possibility of designating Aberystwyth as a town in which the Crown Court will normally sit.
§ The Attorney-General
I would refer the hon. Member to the answer which I gave on 26th January to the hon. and learned Member for Southport (Mr. Percival) in which I said that my noble and learned Friend the Lord Chancellor would welcome representations in connection with his proposals for court centres not later than 28th February. He will certainly consider any representations that may be made to him with regard to the possibility of designating Aberystwyth as a town in which the Crown Court will normally sit, though it may be doubted whether this would be justified in addition to the other locations provisionally designated as court centres in North Wales.—[Vol. 810, c.98.]