FIRST Minister Mark Drakeford and Labour Leader Keir Starmer will be coming to North Wales on Thursday ahead of May's election.

The pair will be visiting Wrexham's local businesses as part of their doorstep campaign for the Labour party.

The Labour leader and First Minister of Wales will look to promote Welsh Labour’s offer to North Wales by visiting businesses and taking part in doorstep campaigning.

Welsh Labour described the region as the “powerhouse of the Welsh economy” where it has pledged to create new and green jobs.

As part of the easing of the Covid-19 restrictions, election campaigns are allowed to go ahead if safety regulations are adhered to.

The people of Wales will go to the polls on Thursday, May 6.

While some will choose to vote by post or proxy, and others by visiting the polling station, they will all receive at least three ballot papers.

These will include a paper for the constituency, another for the region and a third for the Police and Crime Commissioner election.