Statement of Sharon Mazzarella
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My name is Sharon Mazzarella I am 53 years of age. I was born in Marchwiel and I currently live in Ruabon with my husband Tony and 2 children Shane and Kirsty. Schools I have attended are Marchwiel primary school Bryn Alun high school Acrefair school and Ysgol Rhwiabon. I have spent many years training at Yale College now known as Coleg Cambria.
My work history at present I work for Betsi Cadwalader University Health Board as a Dental support worker in the community, calling at schools who are participating in the oral health promotion known as brush bus/ toothbrushing by the children. I am a coordinator Independent Custody Visitor working for the Police Chief Crime Commisioners office and have a team of 9 people. My previous work history includes Wrexham Maelor Hospital as a support worker on Labour Ward, Wales Pre School providers association as a peripatetic supervisor around the County, Ysgol Maes Y Llan as a playgroup/nursery plus supervisor, Plasmadoc Leisure Centre and Dennis Ruabon Hafod tilieries.
I became interested in standing in the local elections as I feel Ruabon has become untidy in appearance compared to surrounding villages and I think more should be done to keep our streets clean and free of dog fouling. I am a approachable person who is pro active and reactive and willing to listen and help residents as best I can. I like to get jobs done asap and would always get back to you with feedback.
It would be a privilege for me to become Councillor for Ruabon Wrad.
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