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Candidate Breakdown

Beryl Blackmore wins for Welsh Liberal Democrats.

Beryl Blackmore481
James Robert Hobbley373

Marford and Hoseley Candidates

Beryl Blackmore

Welsh Liberal Democrats

Originally from Liverpool ,I have been a Community Councillor for 20+ years on Gresford Community Council,I served as Gresford County Councillor from 2008-2012. In the village of Gresford I set up a G...
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James Robert Hobbley

Welsh Conservative Party

My name is James Hobbley. Having grown up in Marford and had the pleasure of calling it my home for 36 years, I will use my voice on the council to ensure that resident's views are represented in...
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