Ward Results

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Candidate Breakdown

Beverley Parry-Jones wins for Welsh Conservative Party.

Beverley Parry-Jones215
William Derek Wainwright 129
Rob Jones 83
Barbara Fox Roxburgh71
Andrew Steven Humphreys31

Bryn Cefn Candidates

Andrew Steven Humphreys


I am local and have a supporting partner Beverly and a son Joe as well as two older step children Lucy and Tom and I am the son in law of Ken and Val Evans of Brynteg so believe in family values. As ...

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Rob Jones


I'm a local lad with a passion for the area. I served 15 years in the army and have seen many changes both good and bad in the area. I'm already very active in and take great pride in my c...

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Beverley Parry-Jones

Welsh Conservative Party

I am very pleased to have been selected as the Welsh Conservative Candidate for Bryn Cefn ward, which includes the communities of Pentre Broughton, Brynteg, Moss and Lodge and the reason I am standing...

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Barbara Fox Roxburgh


Candidate is yet to submit details to Wrexham.com. Please check back soon.

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William Derek Wainwright

Welsh Labour

I was born in 1952 at Trevalyn Hospital, Rossett, Wrexham and have lived in Wrexham all my life. I have been a resident of Pentre Broughton since 1978 with my wife Kay and have 3 grown up children, J...

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