Ward Results

Ward ElectorateTotal BallotsTotal Valid VotesTotal Rejected
18094894881

Candidate Breakdown

Nigel Williams wins for Independent.

CandidateVotes
Nigel Williams374
Katie Brisco72
Andrew Humphreys42

Gwenfro Candidates

Katie Brisco

Plaid Cymru

I’m Katie Brisco, I’m 40 years old, a mum of two and I work in Wrexham as a Night Team Leader in communications. With the exception of a few years at university, I’ve lived in the ...
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Andrew Humphreys

Not Stated

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Nigel Williams

Independent

I’m Nigel and I have had the privilege to have served as councillor for Gwenfro ward for the last 5years. Born in Lodge then living in Southsea and New Broughton I have lived within this commun...
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