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Statement of Philip Williams
We invited them to tell you a little about who they are, any political history and about their political leanings.
My name is Philip Williams and I am 63 years old. I have been married for nearly 42 years and we have 3 children and 5 grandchildren.
I have had a varied career which started in Bersham Colliery in 1969 and which continued with McAlpines working in the building industry. Whilst working for McAlpines I studied for a City and Guilds in Civil Engineering at Warrington Technical College.
Latterly my career moved on to working for Royal Mail, I delivered the post in the Gwenfro ward for 9 years. It was listening to and talking to the residents of the Gwenfro ward that developed my interest in local politics. I have enjoyed canvassing in the area as it has given me the opportunity to reacquaint myself with people I regard as friends.
I still work in the local area as a support worker, and this has further expanded my knowledge of the area as the people I work with use the local services.
I would be honoured for the chance to support and represent the residents of Gwenfro ward, to resolve the issues that they have told me about, such as parking, dog fouling, fly tipping, speed restrictions required, support for local businesses, youth provision and environmental issues.
I can assure you that if you vote for me I will be accessible to residents and will have a visible presence in the community during the day and evening and I will communicate what is being done to address people's concerns.
I believe it is important to work together with agencies to get the best services and results for our community.
Please vote for me.
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