Weston Town Council results

THE blues cruised to victory at the Weston Town Council elections. Conservative wins at the town council on Friday accompanied the party's landslide across the district

THE blues cruised to victory at the Weston Town Council elections.Conservative wins at the town council on Friday accompanied the party's landslide across the district.Tories now have 20 seats on the council with the Lib Dems winning seven and Labour three.Ashcombe Wood (two seats)Winners: Andrew Horler (Con/767 votes) Dawn Parry (Con/684 votes). Losers: Gary Longmore (Lib Dem/556 votes), Robert Payne (Lib Dem/591 votes), David Roxburgh (Lab/96 votes), Paul Spencer (UKIP/136 votes), Peter Williams (Lab/114 votes).Birnbeck (one seat)Winner: Chris Kimitri (Con/417 votes).Losers: Jenny Bindon (Lib Dem/299 votes), Lisa Youlton (Lab/49 votes).Bleadon Hill (one seat)Winner:Charles Heard (Con/483 votes).Losers: Andrew Nisbet (Lib Dem/100 votes), Stephen Varney (Lab/58 votes).Bournville & Coronation (two seats)Winners: Ian Parker (Lab/640 votes), Rose Warwick (Labe/548 votes).Losers: Zena Canniford (Lib Dem/290 votes), Mari Owens (Lib Dem/353 votes).Broadoak & Uphill (two seats)Winners: John Ley-Morgan (Con/840 votes), Keith Morris (Con/798 votes).Losers: Kate Bird (Lib Dem/401 votes), James Burn (Lib Dem/318 votes), June Parker (Lab/162 votes), Alison Yianni (Lab/149 votes).Castle Batch (one seat)Winner: Steve Edwards (Con/164 votes).Losers: Mirian Brown (UKIP/34 votes), Ann Francis (Lab/45 votes), Gordon Haldane (Lib Dem/134 votes).Central (two seats)Winners: Geoff Bunn (Con/392 votes), Mike Kellaway-Marriot (Con/409 votes).Losers: Jeff Alen (Lib Dem/356 votes), Ray Armstrong (Lib Dem/334 votes),Mike Lyall (Lab/180 votes), Frederick Roberts (Lab/183 votes).Clarence (one seat)Winner: Clive Webb (Con/513 votes).Losers: Josephine Bateman (Lab/115 votes), Julia Longmore (Lib Dem/214 votes).Earlham (two seats)Winners: Pauline Priestman (Con/635 votes), Len Purnell (Con/566 votes).Losers: Annie Amesbury (Lib Dem/281 votes), Shane Dean (Lab/459 votes), Tina Haysom (Lib Dem/252 votes), Derek Kraft (Lab/457 votes). Ebdon (one seat)Winner: Marcia Pepperall (Con/178 votes).Losers: Roger Brown (Lib Dem/95 votes), Andrew Hughes (Lab/26 votes).Ellenborough (one seat)Winner: Jos Holder (Con/260 votes).Losers: Bob Bateman (Lab/74 votes), Edward Mason (Lib Dem/152 votes).Ewart (one seat)Winner: Robert Cleland (Con/283 votes).Loser: Robert Craig (Lab/242 votes). Invalid nomination: Richard Oddy (Lib Dem).Grove (one seat)Winner: Mark Canniford (Lib Dem/327 votes).Losers: John Hartland (Con/241 votes), Heather Paddick (Lab/39 votes).Hutton Moor (one seat)Winner: William Collins (Con/493 votes).Losers: Joan Dunne (Lib Dem/235 votes), Timothy Taylor (Lab/274 votes).Mead Vale (one seat)Winner: Charles Havill (Lib Dem/405 votes).Losers: Simon Stokes (Lab/191 votes), John Wiltshire (Con/340 votes).Milton (one seat)Winner: Roz Willis (Con/377 votes).Losers: Bea Edmunds (Lab/107 votes), Sue Harding (Lib Dem/252 votes).Oldmixon (one seat)Winner: Cyril King (Lab/249 votes). Loser: Val Field (Lib Dem/163 votes).Summer Lane (two seat)Winners: Mick Hartley (Lib Dem/533 votes), Chris Howell (Lib Dem/ 522 votes).Losers: Simon Arlidge (Lab/192 votes), Brian Grace (Lab/199 votes).Worle Central (one seat)Winner: Clive Darke (Con/424 votes).Losers: Jenny Gosden (Lib Dem/249 votes), David Kellow (Lab/91 votes), Steven Pearse-Danker (UKIP/165 votes).Worle East (two seat)Winners: Paula Howell (Lib Dem/ 183 votes), Phil Judd (Con/233 votes).Losers: Flora Fawcett (Indpt/134 votes), Peter Hardaway (Lib Dem/179 votes), Jacqueline Scholes (Lab/44 votes), Christopher Ward (Lab/50 words).Worle South (one seat)Winner: Edward Keating (Lib Dem/328 votes).Loser: Paul Francis (Lab/202 votes).Worlebury (two seat)Winners: Lisa Pilgrim (Con/841 votes), Ian Porter (Con/828 votes).Losers: Ron Moon (Lib Dem/349 votes), Michael O'Regan (Lab/140 votes), Brian Osborne (Lib Dem/309 votes), Adrian Tucker (Lab/161 votes).Wyvern (one seat)Winner: June How (Lib Dem/219 votes).Loser: Hazel Perren (Lab/211 votes).


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