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Local Election Results 2002

Cheltenham

Whole council up for election on new ward boundaries.

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Consolidated results — Cheltenham 2002

Party Votes Percent Seats
Liberal Democrat 13052 43.0% 21
Conservative 11985 39.5% 13
People Against Bureaucracy Action Group 2537 8.4% 4
Labour 2221 7.3% 2
Green Party 556 1.8% 0

All Saints (2)

Tina Franklin LD 813 58.4%
Stephen Jordan LD 800
John Newman C 463 33.3%
Paul Simons C 456
Brenda Moody Lab 116 8.3%

Battledown (2)

Paul McLain C 711 47.1%
Hedley Thompson C 711
Susan Needs LD 701 46.5%
Alan White LD 699
David Evans Lab 97 6.4%

Benhall and The Reddings (2)

Nigel Britter LD 1082 56.4%
Andrew Rickell LD 948
Jacqueline Fletcher C 836 43.6%
Timothy Harman C 720

Charlton Kings (2)

Jennifer Moreton C 981 50.3%
Duncan Smith C 903
Stephen Harvey LD 715 36.6%
Heather Turner LD 500
Celia Bear Grn 133 6.8%
Lorna Steers Lab 123 6.3%

Charlton Park (2)

Brian Chaplin C 1179 64.1%
John Melville-Smith C 1109
John Finnemore LD 567 30.8%
Anthony Oliver LD 542
David Addison Lab 93 5.1%

College (2)

Garth Barnes LD 772 48.1%
Lloyd Surgenor LD 736
Penelope Hall C 628 39.1%
Robert Evans C 621
Christopher Chatfield Grn 120 7.5%
Gillian Mair Lab 85 5.3%

Hesters Way (2)

Lydia Bishop LD 614 66.0%
Wendy Young LD 584
Daphne Allen C 186 20.0%
Lesley Silvester C 170
Robert Wells Lab 131 14.1%

Lansdown (2)

Barbara Driver C 746 59.1%
Diggory Seacome C 725
Michael Storm LD 288 22.8%
Martin Horwood LD 274
Keith Bessant Grn 140 11.1%
Katya Vines Lab 88 7.0%

Leckhampton (2)

Kenneth Buckland C 1186 54.8%
Robin Macdonald C 1181
Dermot Clarke LD 977 45.2%
John Coleman LD 949

Oakley (2)

Martin Hale Lab 610 58.0%
Diana Hale Lab 583
Barrie Anderson LD 254 24.2%
Sandra Wheeler LD 202
Clare Huckett C 187 17.8%
Sophie Preston-Hall C 182

Park (2)

Robert Garnham C 996 57.2%
Gerald Gearing C 951
Michael Pictor LD 744 42.8%
William Whelan LD 650

Pittville (2)

Diane Lynne PABAG 752 43.0%
David Prince PABAG 723
Gary Bowden C 574 32.8%
John Hopwood C 502
Colin Hay LD 268 15.3%
Kirstie Clish-Green LD 257
Edward Hemmings Lab 156 8.9%

Prestbury (2)

Leslie Godwin PABAG 1187 60.3%
Malcolm Stennett PABAG 1171
Martin Locke C 488 24.8%
Paul Ryder C 383
Jennifer Jones LD 202 10.3%
Elizabeth Whalley LD 99
Caroline Griffiths Grn 93 4.7%

St Mark's (2)

Sandra Holliday LD 709 60.8%
Clive Lloyd LD 698
Michael Horton C 301 25.8%
Andrew Wall C 274
Andre Curtis Lab 157 13.5%

St Paul's (2)

Andrew McKinley LD 523 66.1%
Christopher Coleman LD 441
Christopher Anstey C 104 13.1%
William Fawcett Lab 94 11.9%
Patrick Corbyn C 86
Jennifer Stone Grn 70 8.8%

St Peter's (2)

Pat Thornton LD 535 48.1%
James Stuart-Smith LD 462
Roger Marchant C 426 38.3%
Robert Bird C 333
Robert Irons Lab 152 13.7%

Springbank (2)

John Morris LD 603 63.5%
Simon Wheeler LD 547
James Stevenson C 196 20.6%
Antony Sygerycz C 157
Clive Harriss Lab 151 15.9%

Swindon Village (2)

Janice Ledeux LD 725 48.3%
Robert Jones LD 699
Joanna McVeagh PABAG 598 39.8%
Peter Allen PABAG 568
Anthony Fletcher C 178 11.9%
Terence Gould C 170

Up Hatherley (2)

Zoe Forbes LD 1015 58.9%
David Fidgeon LD 1002
Eric Baylis C 708 41.1%
Alan Nicholson C 589

Warden Hill (2)

Rowena Hay LD 945 46.7%
Anne Regan C 911 45.0%
Christine Ryder C 878
John Oates LD 865
Christopher Bailey Lab 168 8.3%

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