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Local Election Results 2003

Newark and Sherwood

Whole council up for election on new ward boundaries. Three Conservative councillors were elected unopposed.

Other results for Newark and Sherwood: 2007 2011 2015
Results for Nottinghamshire county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017

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Consolidated results — Newark and Sherwood 2003

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 11220 43.9% 22
Labour 6337 24.8% 13
Liberal Democrat 4633 18.1% 4
Independent 3362 13.2% 6

Balderton North (2)

Kenneth Fletcher C 692 55.1%
Raymond Hind C 678
Phil McCauley Lab 311 24.8%
Joan Whicher Lab 277
Neil Allen LD 252 20.1%

Balderton West (2)

Gordon Brooks C 440 50.5%
Patricia Fletcher C 397
Vic Hall Lab 299 34.3%
Janet Atkinson Lab 273
Lorretta Chalk LD 132 15.2%

Beacon (2)

Leonard Wilkes C 598 51.1%
Peter Prebble C 575
Doreen Westmoreland Lab 295 25.2%
Peter Gafney LD 278 23.7%
Carolyn Podmore Lab 278

Bilsthorpe (2)

Graham Bennett Lab 525 57.5%
Kevan Wakefield Lab 488
James Thornton C 388 42.5%
Hazel Wilson C 372

Blidworth (2)

Geoffrey Merry Ind 386 54.8%
Kathleen Arnold Lab 319 45.2%
William Bates Lab 315
Will Richards Ind 199
Arthur Formon Ind 192

Boughton (2)

Carole Turner Lab 477 58.4%
Raymond Shilling Lab 440
Donald Brown C 340 41.6%
Mary Brown C 332

Bridge (2)

Gillian Dawn Ind 638 59.8%
Irene Brown Ind 600
Keith Girling C 245 23.0%
Rita Crowe C 211
Dennis Jones Lab 184 17.2%
Andrew Freeman Lab 169

Castle (3)

Thomas Bickley C 781 52.9%
David Payne C 755
Stanley Richardson C 719
Laurence Goff Lab 464 31.4%
Matthew Stevenson-Dodd Lab 457
Desmond Whicher Lab 348
Eileen Green Ind 232 15.7%

Caunton

Sylvia Michael C 602 73.2%
Frances Higson LD 119 14.5%
Josephine Cocking Lab 101 12.3%

Clipstone (2)

Leonard Sprigg Ind 404 56.4%
Robert Murray Lab 312 43.6%
W J A Giles Ind 193
Terence Bell Lab 192

Collingham and Meering (2)

Richard Shillito C 994 61.9%
Antony McDonald C 977
Marylyn Rayner LD 354 22.0%
John Stobbart Lab 259 16.1%

Devon (2)

John Clarke Lab 365 42.5%
Alan Hannaford Lab 339
Peter Foster C 256 29.8%
Tracy Mathias Ind 238 27.7%
Mark Mathias Ind 224
Maria Tribe C 199

Edwinstowe (2)

Pamela Bird Ind 772 44.4%
John Benson Lab 546 31.4%
John Faben Ind 486
Richard Empson Lab 431
Brian Jarvis C 421 24.2%

Farndon (2)

Ivor Walker C 648 51.4%
Keith Walker C 630
Declan Logue LD 612 48.6%
Linda Harris LD 449

Farnsfield (2)

Nora Armstrong C 1050 57.0%
Bruce Laughton C 978
James Moore LD 427 23.2%
Christopher Bower Lab 366 19.9%

Lowdham (2)

Roger Jackson C unop.
Keith Sheppard C unop.

Magnus (2)

Richard Alexander C 504 50.5%
Tony Robert C 478
Paul Trickett Lab 326 32.7%
Yvonne Woodhead Lab 273
Derek Green Ind 168 16.8%

Muskham

Susan Saddington C 707 81.1%
John Higson LD 165 18.9%

Ollerton (3)

Stanley Crawford Lab 594 40.0%
Henry Swan Ind 524 35.3%
Edward Jackson Lab 518
Benjamin Wells Lab 506
Robin Richardson C 368 24.8%
Brian d'Arcy Ind 329

Rainworth (2)

Michael Jefferies Lab 554 69.7%
Allen Tift Lab 530
Jonathan Gadadhar C 241 30.3%

Southwell East

John Baker LD 489 61.4%
John King C 307 38.6%

Southwell North

Brendan Haigh LD 579 70.7%
David Lomax C 240 29.3%

Southwell West

Peter Harris LD 476 55.3%
Suzannah Beatson-Hird C 385 44.7%

Sutton-on-Trent

Christine Rose LD 499 53.3%
Garth Robertshaw C 398 42.5%
Anne Brooks Lab 40 4.3%

Trent

Roger Blaney C 615 71.0%
Margaret Allen LD 251 29.0%

Winthorpe

Maureen Dobson C unop.

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