Wrexham Liberal Democrats

Wrexham Liberal Democrats is the local party covering the constituency of Wrexham

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Introducing Tim Sly, Candidate for Wrexham

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have selected Tim Sly to stand as their candidate for Wrexham at the next General Election.

Tim Sly is a local resident and campaigner who will contest the newly enlarged Wrexham seat for the Welsh Lib Dems at the general election.  Tim has worked in environmental industries for many years and runs a technology company making smart controls for schools and office buildings. 

Tim lives in Tallarn Green where he is a member of the local Community Council and he also serves as a governor of the Maelor Church Schools Federation.

Tim’s priorities are fixing our NHS, tackling the cost of living crisis and getting action to tackle the flooding that affects many parts of the local area every time we get heavy rain. 

As a business owner and engineer, Tim is keen to attract more high-skilled, well paid jobs to the Wrexham area and believes that not enough is being done to equip local people with the skills they need for the industries of the future.

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Wrexham Liberal Democrats are working hard for our residents across Wrexham. We are fighting for a Fair Deal for Wrexham from the UK Government, Welsh Government, and the local authorities.

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