People living in one corner of Gwynedd can look forward to a very quiet local election campaign.
Most of the rest of Wales goes to the polls next month but when nominations closed for the Bryncrug/ Llanfihangel ward, no-one had put their name forward.
There'll have to be a by-election eventually to see if anyone wants to represent the area, after a long-serving independent councillor decided to step down.
Lorna Prichard has been to the area to find out what people living there think about it.
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