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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Roadshows on how to become a councillor

Denbighshire County Council will be hitting the road with a series of information roadshows aimed at the county’s residents who are thinking of becoming a county councillor.

The next county council elections will take place on Thursday, May 4 on the same day as the city, town and community council elections. 

Council representatives will be on hand at the roadshows to provide information on the role of the county councillor, how the Council works, the issues county councillors will face after the elections, the nomination and election process and the support available to councillors once elected. Serving councillors will also be available to share their experiences and insights on the office of elected member.

The roadshows will take place at the following locations:

Fforddlas Community Centre, Rhyl – Tuesday, January 24
Conference Room 1a, County Hall, Ruthin – Tuesday, 31 January
Restaurant at the Nova, Prestatyn – Wednesday, February 8
Denbigh Town Hall – Tuesday, February 28

All events will begin at 7.30pm and will last for approximately two hours.

Whilst booking is not essential, it would be useful if people could register their attendance at one of the workshops by e-mailing: or by phone: 01824 712589. 

For further information about any aspects of the elections process, including nomination packs,  please visit: or call 01824 706000.

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