Statement from Debbie Wallice

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Hi! My name’s Debbie Wallice and for the last five years, I’ve had the immense pleasure of being the County Councillor for Borras Park.

That being said, it’s by no means been an easy ride, but I’ve certainly enjoyed every second of it.

In this time, our small community has achieved so much. Whether that be the launch of my safer neighbourhood project, the partial resurfacing of Norfolk Road or my recent work with Sam Rowland MS to protect local homes from flooding. It’s certainly been a busy few years.

But that’s not to say my time as your Councillor has come without its challenges.

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a whole host of unprecedented problems. I was amazed to see how our community pulled together. Just days after the first lockdown was announced, I worked with local residents to organise a community support network; ensuring no resident was left to self-isolate alone and without help. That could only have been done with your help and generosity – thank you.

But, there’s still more to do – and that’s why I decided to stand for re-election this May. However, as per Wrexham Council’s Statement of Nominations, I was the only candidate to do so.

Essentially, this means I’ve been re-elected unopposed, therefore there won’t be a polling day in Borras Park on Thursday 5th May. Ballots won’t be issued and the polling station at Barkers Lane School will not be open.

Whilst I’m disappointed to have not been given the opportunity to fight an election, it’s a huge honour to continue representing such a fantastic community.

I was super eager to get out campaigning, but now I’m just as eager to get back into the swing of things and continue fighting for our fabulous neighbourhood – there’s still plenty more to do!

I’m still going to back local residents to secure the return of the Service 44 bus route.

I’m determined to improve the situation at Borras Park GP Surgery & Borras Park Pharmacy.

And I’m certainly going to champion the reduction of the speed limit along the Llan-Y-Pwll Link Road.

But for now, I just want to say thank you to every Borras Park resident. Without your support, I wouldn’t be in this position and for that, I’m incredibly grateful. Thank you.

As ever, if there are any local issues you need addressing, please don’t hesitate to contact me.


Councillor Debbie Wallice

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