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Local Election Results 2003

Wyre

Whole council up for election on new ward boundaries.

Other results for Wyre: 2007 2011 2015
Results for Lancashire county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017

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Consolidated results — Wyre 2003

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 15648 50.1% 33
Labour 12031 38.5% 21
Liberal Democrat 2813 9.0% 1
Independent 750 2.4% 0

Bourne (3)

Terence Lees Lab 692 53.6%
Anne Hall Lab 667
John Condron Lab 659
Corinne Roberts C 600 46.4%

Breck (2)

Harry Taylor C 669 70.8%
Francis Carroll C 646
Alan Dawkins Lab 276 29.2%
Peter Elliott Lab 250

Brock

Roy Harrison C 425 69.4%
David Thompson LD 187 30.6%

Cabus

Roger Brooks C 364 54.7%
Marilyn Levey Lab 301 45.3%

Calder

David Williams C 292 52.2%
Jack Rogers LD 267 47.8%

Carleton (2)

James Hargreaves C 677 57.0%
Frances Gandhi C 669
Jane Jackson Lab 511 43.0%
Andrew Walker Lab 478

Catterall

David Sharples LD 532 68.9%
Valerie Wilson C 240 31.1%

Cleveleys Park (3)

Penelope Martin Lab 862 44.8%
Wayne Martin Lab 854
John Traynor Lab 852
Arthur Brooks C 750 39.0%
William Rogerson C 730
Ernest Smith C 693
Jean Taylor LD 312 16.2%

Garstang (3)

Dulcie Atkins C 1066 48.4%
Elizabeth Collinson C 923
Thomas Balmain C 912
Paul Harrison LD 693 31.4%
Francis Purkins LD 590
Stanley Harvey Lab 445 20.2%

Great Eccleston (2)

Alfred Coop C 815 77.8%
Thomas Pimbley C 688
David Swift Lab 233 22.2%

Hambleton and Stalmine-with-Staynall (2)

John Dickinson C 878 59.4%
Lynne Bowen C 797
Roger Cameron Lab 599 40.6%
Margaret Jackson Lab 548

Hardhorn (2)

Geoffrey Cocker C 787 70.1%
Frank Turner C 730
Richard Barnes Lab 336 29.9%
Eileen Pacey-Patrick Lab 316

High Cross (2)

Maurice Richardson C 787 58.7%
Daniel Penswick C 752
Alphonse Robert Lab 553 41.3%
Eric Stafford Lab 517

Jubilee (2)

Alan Heppenstall C 530 51.5%
John Hodgkinson C 501
Kathleen Condron Lab 499 48.5%
Graham Robinson Lab 438

Mount (2)

Ian Duffy Lab 596 56.7%
Ruth Duffy Lab 572
Mark Hamer C 456 43.3%
Carole Bonham C 367

Norcross (2)

David Twizell Lab 503 51.7%
Peter Smith Lab 477
John Shedwick C 470 48.3%
Leonard Jolley C 451

Park (2)

Stanley Leadbetter Lab 673 72.1%
Geoffrey Horrocks Lab 603
Kathleen Vincent C 261 27.9%
Catherine Rogerson C 232

Pharos (3)

Lorraine Beavers Lab 946 68.7%
Clive Grunshaw Lab 927
Ronald Shewan Lab 905
Margaret Grant C 249 18.1%
Graham Cooke C 206
Michael Vincent C 195
Kenneth Palmerton LD 183 13.3%

Pilling

Donald Lawrenson C 342 52.1%
Neil Thompson LD 314 47.9%

Preesall (3)

Ian McCann C 1012 44.8%
Paul Moon C 936
Vivien Taylor C 935
Thomas Hudson Ind 750 33.2%
Nicholas Fogg Lab 498 22.0%
Brian Stephenson Lab 412

Rossall (3)

Marlene Colby Lab 953 66.2%
Vincent Riley Lab 950
Edwin Taylor Lab 886
Harry King C 486 33.8%
Frances Thewlis C 463
Kathleen Walker C 459

Staina (3)

William Forsyth C 941 56.1%
Ralph Lawrenson C 934
Ramesh Gandhi C 931
Thomas Rawlings Lab 736 43.9%
David Oxley Lab 712
Richard Anyon Lab 707

Tithebarn (2)

David Bannister C 781 69.6%
Peter Hawley C 752
Alan Morgan Lab 341 30.4%
Christopher Frost Lab 332

Victoria (3)

Keith Tibbs C 839 57.7%
Rita Amos C 828
Alan Vincent C 779
Fred Greenhalgh Lab 615 42.3%
Christopher Brooks Lab 545
Paul Meehan Lab 527

Warren (3)

Margaret Anderton Lab 863 60.6%
Irene Robinson Lab 821
George Irish Lab 777
Andrea Whitehouse C 562 39.4%
Roger Berry C 546
William Proctor C 491

Wyresdale

Richard Collinson C 369 53.2%
Hazel Ronson LD 325 46.8%

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