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Updated 28 July 2020

CORONAVIRUS & COUNCIL BUSINESS ARRANGEMENTS:  The Council and its Committee Meetings will be held remotely for the foreseeable future to limit non-essential social activity and interaction with the community.  Members of the Public are welcome to join and observe the remote meetings.  Please call the Clerk on 07913 071470 if you require log-in details for the meeting to be sent to  you. 


For accurate and reliable information on the Coronavirus for people in the Acton Community area, the following list of websites may be of use:

AVOW Wrexham : https://avow.org/category/covid-19/ 

Public Health Wales: https://phw.nhs.wales/

Welsh Government: https://gov.wales/coronavirus

Wrexham County Borough Council https://beta.wrexham.gov.uk/service/covid-19-novel-coronavirus-information

NHS Helpline: 111 https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19

 


If you are an enthusiastic community spirited person and wish to make a difference in your local Community, you can do so by expressing an interest and putting your name forward for election or co-option onto the Council to fill any casual vacancies that may occur in your ward.  please contact the Clerk for more information.  Did you know that if you want to be a Community Councillor, you may be eligible to receive some re-imbursement for Financial Loss and Carers costs to enable you attend the Council meetings? Please click here to view a leaflet prepared by the Independent Remuneration Panel for Wales on payments to Councillors 

There are currently no Community Councillor vacancies on the Council.   Please keep a check on the News and Public Notices sections of the Council's website for information about any vacancies that may occur.

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 THE LAST FULL COUNCIL ELECTIONS WERE HELD IN MAY 2017.  

Acton Community Council was established in April 1985 together with the other three Wrexham Town Centre Community Councils of Caia Park, Offa and Rhosddu. 

 The website of One Voice Wales has a detailed section providing basic information and leaflets on the role of community and town councils and how to become a Councillor that answers most of the questions asked by potential candidates.  

 (Election Information last updated on 6 May 2017 by Mrs Carole Roberts, Clerk to the Council)