Anti-Incinerator Activist Selected for Plaid Cymru in Barry By-Election
Anti-Incinerator activist Dennis Clarke has been chosen as the Plaid Cymru candidate in the upcoming Barry Town Council Cadoc ward by-election.
A solicitor with 45 years’ experience, Dennis is originally from Barry and now lives in the Mount Pleasant part of Cadoxton.
After his selection, Dennis Clarke said:
“Having attended many Barry Town Council meetings as part of the fight against the Barry Docks incinerator, I was impressed by the Barry Plaid Cymru councillors commitment to the town.
“As a solicitor for 45 years, my history is one of fighting the big guy to ensure the little person got their rights. I am known for never letting go.
“My mother lived in Barry all her life and her asthma is a reason why the incinerator fight is so close to my heart. As a strong Barrian, I am passionate in getting the best for our town.”
Plaid Cymru group leader on Barry Town Council, Cllr Shirley Hodges, welcomed his selection.
Cllr Shirley Hodges said:
“Dennis Clarke is an excellent candidate who has a huge amount of experience and enthusiasm that would benefit Barry. Vote for Dennis Clarke if you want to make a real difference to this town. “
“Dennis has worked hard in the anti-incinerator campaign. He has been hugely important, ensuring that Natural Resources Wales and others realise they aren’t dealing with amateurs.”
For more information contact Ian Johnson on 07738 182867
Photograph shows Plaid Cymru candidate Dennis Clarke in Cadoxton