Harry lives on Llandudno’s West Shore and has been a resident of Llandudno since the early 1990s, with his family’s association with the town going back several generations. He went to Rydal Penrhos and then Llandrillo College, before attending university in Aberystwyth where he gained an MScEcon in International History. Following university Harry worked within the heritage rail tourism sector for a short period, before taking up a position working for Guto Bebb MP in 2014. Harry continues to volunteer regularly for the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway, one of North Wales’ premier tourist attractions.
Harry was elected as one of the county councillors for Gogarth Ward in a by-election in December 2015, becoming the then youngest member of the local authority. He was also elected to serve the ward on Llandudno Town Council in May 2017. Gogarth covers the northernmost quarter of Llandudno and the whole of the Great Orme - it is one of the most charming and varied ward in the county. Since being first elected Harry has made an effort to be approachable and assist residents with any issues or queries they may have. He has also worked closely with the Friends of West Shore and the Llandudno Hospitality Association to support their efforts to enhance and improve our neighbourhoods.
His contact details are available online here.