Posted: Thu 7th Nov 2019

Updated: Thu 7th Nov

Cartrefle councillor joins Independent Group at Wrexham Council for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Nov 7th, 2019

A formerly non-aligned councillor has joined the administration’s largest independent grouping.

Councillor Ronnie Prince, who represents the Cartrefle ward, will now sit as part of councillor Mark Pritchard’s Independents.

His move means there are now 18 members of the council leader’s grouping.

Cllr Prince, who is also deputy mayor, said: “I’ve been a non-aligned councillor for about two and half years and I’ve learnt a lot during that time.

“I am now looking forward to working with the “Independent group” of councillors in Wrexham and in fact all Wrexham councillors for that matter.”

The Independent grouping work with similarly titled Wrexham Independents and the Conservatives to run Wrexham Council. In opposition Labour, Plaid Cymru, the Liberal Democratic and the now one un-aligned councillors make up the rest of the 52 councillors.

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