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The Returning Officer (Andrew Lewis, Chief Executive Cheshire West and Chester Council) has reported that the following ten names (in surname alphabetical order) have been nominated for election to Tarvin Parish Council:
David H Cotgreave, Benjamin Dean, Sarah Dutton, Helen C Flynn, Robert Ford, Ted Lush, Matthew J W Pochin, Peter W Ryan, Pet D Twigg, and S Wiley.

As there are eleven places and only ten nominations there will not be a poll on 2nd May 2019 for the Parish Council and the above named will automatically become Tarvin Councillors.

The last meeting of the old Council will be on Wednesday 17th April and the first meeting of the new Council will be on Monday 13th May. The new Council will be able to co-opt one person to make the number up to eleven and this position will be advertised after 13th May.

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