Llay Candidates

Bryan Apsley

Welsh Labour

Dear Residents of Llay, I would like to be given the chance to represent Llay as a County Councillor in the Local council elections in May. I would like to enhance the work that I have already done ...

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Terry Boland

Independent

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Ian Edwards

Welsh Liberal Democrats

This is my first time standing in any political election. I was born in Wrexham and have lived in Wrexham all my life. I have lived in Llay for the past 15 years, along with my wife and my son who is ...

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Anthony Fontes

Welsh Conservative Party

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Gary Hall

Independent

My name is Gary Hall, I am 46 years of age and I am standing as an Independent candidate to represent the views of the people of Llay. I was born and brought up in Nottingham and moved to Wrexham in 1...

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Nathan Hughes

UK Independence Party

Born and bred in Wrexham, and lived in Llay all my life. I was educated here at the local primary school, Llay CP School and Darland High School. Working in the Llay Business Centre made me aware of ...

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Hannah Jones

Welsh Conservative Party

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Victoria Jones

Not Stated

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Rob Walsh

Welsh Liberal Democrats

I am Rob Walsh and I am standing for re-election as county councillor for Llay. I have been a councillor for just under 2 years having won a by-election in 2015. I have spent most of my life in Lla...

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