Conwy County Council marks 25 years and 'successes and challenges'

  Posted: 03.04.21 at 09:30 by The Editor

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This month marks 25 years since Conwy County Council came into existence as part of local government reorganisation in Wales.

Cllr Abdul Khan, chairman of Conwy County Council, said: “Looking back on a quarter of a century of providing public services, there have been many successes and challenges, none more challenging than this last twelve months.

“Throughout it all, there has been a dedicated team of people delivering essential services to those who need them.

“I’d like to pay tribute to the wide variety of staff who live across all these communities and who provide so many different services for the county’s residents.

“And of course, the councillors elected to represent our communities, and all our partners and community groups who work so hard to make Conwy county borough a great place to live, work and visit.”

To find out more about working at Conwy County Borough Council, visit here

To find out more about becoming a councillor, visit here

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