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Local Election Results 2002

Worcester

One-third of council up for election.

Other results for Worcester: 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 — Worcester 2002

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 9857 44.4% 6
Labour 8455 38.1% 4
Liberal Democrat 2545 11.5% 1
Independent 1330 6.0% 1

All Saints

Mohammed Altaf C 956 56.8%
Nazrul Islam Lab 726 43.2%

Bedwardine

Derek Prodger C 1093 59.8%
David Candler Lab 521 28.5%
Iain MacBriar LD 213 11.7%

Claines

Susan Askin LD 1465 58.2%
William Elsy C 1051 41.8%

Holy Trinity

Roger Berry Lab 555 57.5%
Lucy Hodgson C 256 26.5%
Adrian Hughes Ind 155 16.0%

Nunnery

Michael Francis Ind 749 44.9%
Dawn-Marie Turner Lab 665 39.9%
Gerard Francomb C 253 15.2%

St Barnabas

David Barlow Lab 696 79.2%
Mumtaz Ali C 183 20.8%

St Clement

Barry MacKenzie-Williams C 1034 50.1%
Andrew Watson Lab 1029 49.9%

St John

Marc Baylis Lab 805 52.5%
Colin Layland Ind 426 27.8%
Colin Phillips C 302 19.7%

St Martin

Ian Imray C 1504 51.3%
June Tyler Lab 1429 48.7%

St Nicholas

Raymond Turner Lab 899 54.9%
David Tibbutt C 739 45.1%

St Peter

Frank Tarbuck C 1412 51.7%
Pauline Smith Lab 759 27.8%
Paul Griffiths LD 560 20.5%

St Stephen

Gareth Jones C 1074 61.3%
Ali Asghar Lab 371 21.2%
Elizabeth Smith LD 307 17.5%

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