Tories grab three more seats

THE Conservatives walked away with another clear victory to claim the final seats on North Somerset Council. Steven Edwards,

THE Conservatives walked away with another clear victory to claim the final seats on North Somerset Council.Steven Edwards, Phillip Judd and Marcia Pepperall all cruised to success to become the representatives for the North Worle ward.The turnout for voting was extremely low at just over 26 per cent, compared to just under 40 per cent at the rest of the elections in May.The results were as follows:Miriam Brown (UKIP): 154, Steven Edwards (Con): 920, Ann Francis (Lab): 268, Brian Grace (Lab): 234, Peter Hardaway (Lib Dem): 494, Phil Judd (Con): 946, Ron Moon (Lib Dem): 513, Laurence F Orme (Indpt): 157, Marcia Pepperall (Con): 904, Richard Skinner (Lib Dem): 498 and Simon Stokes (Lab): 218. The North Worle election was previously delayed after the sudden death of North Somerset Council leader Alan Hockridge.


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