The Tory "alternative" budget for Wales would mean an extra £4.4m in cuts for Wrecsam.
The Tories, who have laughably tried to pose as the party to defend the NHS (while virtually privatising it in England), were forced to explain how they would ringfence health spending in the light of WAG facing budget cuts from the UK government.
The budget was slipped out in a press release on the day of last week's student protests - a good day to bury bad news as they say.
Among the Tory "ideas" was an additional 1.5% cut to every local council budget - on top of the existing cutbacks imposed.
Plaid's Eurfyl ap Gwilym - scourge of Jeremy Paxman on Newsnight - has crunched the numbers and here's what the Tories would cut from each local council budget in real terms:
Isle of Anglesey 3,038,114
Neath Port Talbot 6,393,560
Vale Of Glam 4,899,205
Merthyr Tydfil 2,804,854
Blaenau Gwent 3,527,828
That's an awful lot of teachers, care workers, refuse collectors to sack.
I wonder whether the Tory candidates in Clwyd South and Wrecsam will be trumpeting this in their election manifestos?