Ward Results

Ward ElectorateTotal BallotsTotal Valid VotesTotal Rejected

Candidate Breakdown

Malcolm King wins for Welsh Labour.

Malcolm King195
Colin Ridgway110
Cameron Hughes56
Merril Anna Maria Wolfson15

Wynnstay Candidates

Cameron Hughes

Plaid Cymru

I’m Cameron Hughes and I am 19 years old. I grew up in the Wynnstay ward and have always kept in touch with those in Caia Park. I am running for the Wynnstay Ward under Plaid Cymru due to the fa...
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Malcolm King

Welsh Labour

For over 43 years and most of my working life, I have been involved with the people of Wynnstay. I have also been the Wynnstay councillor for 33 years, supported throughout by my family - my wife Ann...
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Colin Ridgway


I am the only candidate standing who lives in the ward and standing as an independent non-aligned candidate. I moved to the area of St. Giles/ St. David’s Crescent almost 35 years ago. First wit...
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Merril Anna Maria Wolfson

Welsh Conservative Party

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