Ward Results

Ward ElectorateTotal BallotsTotal Valid VotesTotal Rejected

Candidate Breakdown

Paul Pemberton and Kevin Hughes are the winners.

Paul Pemberton970
Kevin Hughes649
Aled Roberts597

Ponciau Candidates

Kevin Hughes

Welsh Labour

I have lived within the Ponciau Ward all my life and have been privileged to represent you at Wrexham County Borough Council for the last five years and Rhosllanerchrugog Community Council for over tw...

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Paul Pemberton


Been in local councils e g Rhos for 14 yrs and wrexham for 13 yrs heavily involved with planning,licensing bee chair and vice chair Also on fire authority I successful tabled an amendment to save seco...

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Aled Roberts

Welsh Liberal Democrats

I have lived in the Ponciau ward all my life apart from the three years I spent studying law at Aberystwyth University. I worked as a solicitor in Wrexham for over 20 years specialising in criminal a...

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