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Councillors and elections


The nine community councillors are local people from diverse backgrounds who work voluntarily and un-paid for the benefit of the community.  They represent the people of their area at the closest level to the community and they are there to represent the views of their electors.

You can contact the council officially through the clerk or you could discuss issues of interest or concern with any of the councillors.

Cwm Ward:

Penmachno Ward:


Daniel Tomos. You can contact the clerk, here

Political Affiliation:

No councillor has declared a political affiliation.

Code of Conduct:

All members have resolved to adhere to the Code of Conduct for Councillors.

Register of Interests:

No member has any business or other interests that could potentially lead to a conflict of interest in their role as a Community Councillor.

County Councillor:

Dilwyn Roberts 10 Maes Melwr, Llanrwst LL26 0RY phone: 07786 094787
The County Councillor also attends meetings of the council.


Elections for local councillors throughout Wales are held on the first Thursday in May every five years.  Those eligible to be community councillors must be over 18 years of age and must have strong local connections e.g. a local government elector within the community, having been the owner or tenant of any land or other property or having worked largely or mainly within the community within the previous 12 months or having lived within, or within 3 miles, of the community.

The most recent elections were held on Thursday 5th May 2022.

The next election will be held in May 2027.

Conwy County Council is responsible for administering elections within the county.  Nomination papers are available from:

Conwy County Council Electoral Officer, Bodlondeb, Conwy LL32 8DU    01492 574000