Statement of Ronnie Prince
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My name is Ronnie Prince. I was born in Wrexham and have lived here all my life. I attended Alexandra and Bromfield schools. I am qualified in electronics and I am a keep fit instructor.
I got interested in local politics after I successfully campaigned to save a local gymnastic centre based here in the Cartrefle ward from being closed down.
I got elected as the Chairman of the Gymnastics Club on the day we received notification to vacate the premises because the land where we were based was going to be redeveloped. The high profile campaign that I ran lasted about 12 months. The constant press/tv coverage of our fight for survival paid off. We then applied for lottery funding and set up a top gymnastic centre for the children of Caia Park and Wrexham. This is based at the Queensway Sports Centre here in Caia Park.
I live in the ward that I represent, therefore if a resident were to experience any problems due to a Council decision then I too would be equally affected.
Over the last few years I have helped many people in the ward on everyday issues. My door is always open to visitors and the kettle is always on. Throughout my time as your elected Councillor I have always been honest and campaigned on behalf of anyone in my Ward who has needed to contact me with any Council related problems, no matter how big or small.
I have no allegiances to any Party. My electorates come first and I have a strong belief in safeguarding the environment for future generations.
If re-elected I will continue to be an effective spokesperson and Councillor for the Cartrefle Ward.
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