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Local Election Results 2002

Redditch

One-third of council up for election. No election this year in Church Hill.

Other results for Redditch: 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011 2012 2014 2015 2016
Results for Worcestershire county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017

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Consolidated results — Redditch 2002

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 6598 39.9% 5
Labour 5925 35.9% 4
Liberal Democrat 3789 22.9% 2
Independent 207 1.3% 0

Abbey

Diane Thomas LD 986 63.7%
Robin King Lab 345 22.3%
Gordon Hazelton C 216 14.0%

Batchley

Jack Cookson Lab 793 52.0%
Peter Anderson C 523 34.3%
Kathleen Cummings LD 208 13.6%

Central

Stephen Wheeler Lab 806 47.1%
Michael Braley C 684 40.0%
Adam Isherwood LD 222 13.0%

Crabbs Cross

Sarah Sulley C 791 50.5%
Les Smith Lab 584 37.3%
David Gee LD 192 12.3%

Feckenham

Michael Chalk C 967 57.3%
Patricia Hill Lab 449 26.6%
Graham Pollard LD 273 16.2%

Greenlands

Philip Mould Lab 790 43.8%
Tracey Smithers C 767 42.6%
Anthony Pitt LD 245 13.6%

Lodge Park

Mohammad Nasir Lab 474 35.6%
Janet Clark C 452 33.9%
Simon Preston Ind 207 15.5%
Ian Webster LD 200 15.0%

Matchborough

Anita Clayton C 867 50.8%
Iris Beech Lab 570 33.4%
Christopher Hennessey LD 270 15.8%

West

Karen Lumley C 1182 55.4%
Gavin Smithers C 1047
John Witherspoon Lab 536 25.1%
Caroline Ashall LD 415 19.5%
Michael Ashall LD 383

Winyates

Cyril Springall LD 778 51.7%
Albert Wharrad Lab 578 38.4%
Gordon Craig C 149 9.9%

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