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Morris back on the Town Council

Created on 06/10/2017 @ 10:14
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It was a woeful turn-out at the polls on Thursday as the remaining seats on Welshpool Town Council were filled.

On the Gungrog Ward, only 13.4% of the electorate voted as Independent, Carol Robinson, won 160 votes compared to 100 for Ben Gwalchmai of the Welsh Labour Party.

But it was better news for Labour on the Llanerchyddol Ward where Nicola Morris was elected back onto the council after losing her seat earlier this year. Her 197 votes were enough to secure the second seat behind another Independent, Alison Davies, who secured 206 votes.

Thomas Howel (Independent) and Shantel Kay (Welsh Lib Dems) missed out.


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