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Your local councillors have always been around to ensure that you get the help and support you need.

You can contact you councillors night or day and always get the welcome and response you are after. Whatever your issue or query you are more than welcome to contact your specific local councillor.

Jean (Laurence) Jones - Political Persuasion: Independent

I was born in Gardden Road on Christmas Day 1936 where I lived until I married and moved to 41 School Street, Rhos.  I was educated in Wern School and then Ruabon Girls Grammar School.  Following that I received training at the Croyton Civil Service College in Cardiff and entered the Post Office Department of Service in 1954 and having worked at various post offices in the region until I retired in 1988.

I was a School Governor for 42 years in 8 local schools both Junior & Senior, in the community and the borough and was a magistrate on the Wrexham Bench for 16 years.

I have been a Community Councillor for 20 years, where I am 1 of 3 councillors serving residents of Rhos Ward.

I have 2 daughters and 2 granddaughters who I spend as much time as I can with.

41 School Street,
LL14 1BA

Tel: 01978 840530

Kevin Hughes - Political Persuasion: Labour

I have lived all my life within the community of Rhosllannerchrugog. I am married to Tracey and have two children. I was educated at Ysgol y Grango and Ysgol Rhiwabon. I went on to study Physical Chemistry at college. I am a Welsh speaker and I am currently employed within the Education Department at Glyndwr University.

I have been a member of Rhosllannerchrugog Community Council for the last 10 years. I am proud to have been elected as Vice-Chairman of the Council for 2013-14. In addition to my Community Council commitments, I was elected to represent the Ponciau Ward on Wrexham County Borough Council in May 2012.

I have worked tirelessly on your behalf and for the benefit of the community as a whole for the last ten years. Since my election to Wrexham County Borough Council I have been appointed to the following committees:

  • Planning Committee
  • Homes, Environment and Communities Scrutiny Committee
  • Partnerships and Collaboration Scrutiny Committee

I am also a Governor at Ysgol y Grango and Ysgol Rhiwabon. I take an active part in the running of the schools.

I have introduced myself to as many of the residents of the ward as possible, including some residents in the more outlying areas such as the community of Aberoer.

Thank you for your support, diolch am eich cefnogaeth

Erw Gerrig,
LL14 2BS

07443 037399 // 01978 840884

Sue Hallard - Political Persuasion: Independent

My name is Susan Hallard, but many of you will probably know me as Susan Jones. I have lived in Rhos all my life – mostly in Heol-y-Felin. For the past 11 years I have been happily married to John Hallard. I have two sons, a step-son, three grandsons and a granddaughter. I attended Rhos Infants and Junior Schools and Ruabon Grammar School. On leaving school I went to work for Wrexham, Powys and Mawddach Hospital Management Committee (now the Clwyd Health Authority) where I stayed for ten years, working my way up from Junior Clerk to a senior admin post as Clerk to Clwyd South Community Health Council. In 1983 I was appointed Clerk to Penycae Community Council, a position which I held for 32 years until my retirement in 2015. Also, from 1989 to 2011 I worked at Ysgol Morgan Llwyd where I was Clerk to the Governing Body and Work Experience Co-ordinator. I now work as  a volunteer for Nightingale House Hospice working two afternoons a week in the Rhos shop. I also organise money raising events such as quizzes and live band nights. I also produce hand knitted baby garments which I sell to raise money for the hospice. I am 100% bilingual Welsh/English.

Bryn Offa,
Heol y Felin,
LL14 1AT

01978 841584

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