Ward Results

Ward ElectorateTotal BallotsTotal Valid VotesTotal Rejected

Candidate Breakdown

Krista Childs and Michael James Dixon are the winners.

Krista Childs603
Michael James Dixon426
Adrian Elfed Williams380
Graham Kelly373

Coedpoeth Candidates

Krista Childs

Welsh Labour

I have been married to Phil for 35 years, we have two lovely sons, Mark and Tim, who both still live in the village with their families, and we now have four fantastic grandchildren. We have lived in ...

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Michael James Dixon


I moved to Coedpoeth when I married a villager in 2002 and started to settle in to a thriving community. I think that my first considered involvement with a charity was a sponsored swim for Shelter ba...

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Graham Kelly

Welsh Liberal Democrats

I have lived in Coedpoeth since 2003 with my wife, Glenda, who is a Coedpoeth Community Councillor. Born and educated in Wrexham, I have lived in the Wrexham area for most of my life. My grandfather...

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Adrian Elfed Williams

Welsh Labour

I was born in and have lived in this area all of my life. I am married, have a young son living at home and my two grown up daughters were pupils at Ysgol Bryn Tabor. I attended Grove Park Grammar Sch...

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