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Local Election Results 2003

Kennet

Whole council up for election on new ward boundaries. One Independent councillor, the UKIP councillor and eight Conservative councillors were elected unopposed.

Devizes = Devizes Guardians
TPLRA = Tidworth, Perham and Ludgershall Residents Association

Other results for Kennet: 2007
Results for Wiltshire county council: 2005

Map of the resultsExport spreadsheet


Consolidated results — Kennet 2003

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 7519 40.9% 27
Independent 3263 17.8% 8
Liberal Democrat 3128 17.0% 3
Labour 2236 12.2% 1
Devizes Guardians 1403 7.6% 3
Green Party 377 2.1% 0
UK Independence Party 304 1.7% 1
Tidworth, Perham and Ludgershall Residents Association 151 0.8% 0

Aldbourne

Christopher Humphries C 421 69.4%
Peggy Dow LD 105 17.3%
Frank Jeffrey Lab 81 13.3%

All Cannings

Tony Molland C unop.

Bedwyn

Rosemary Cummins Ind unop.

Bishops Cannings

Jennifer Combe C 303 67.8%
Ronald Bright Grn 144 32.2%

Bromham and Rowde (2)

Janet Giles C 619 51.8%
Philip Brown C 524
Josephine Partt LD 446 37.3%
Heather Price LD 370
Claire Fennell Lab 131 11.0%

Burbage

John Booth C unop.

Cheverell

Lionel Grundy C unop.

Collingbourne

Anthony Still Ind 239 55.2%
Peter Jackson C 194 44.8%

Devizes East (3)

Anthony Duck Devizes 658 41.4%
Margaret Taylor Lab 498 31.4%
Peter Evans C 432 27.2%
Julian Beinhorn C 427
James Thorpe Lab 406
Colin Hopgood Lab 362
Janette Osman-Davis C 237

Devizes North (2)

Paul Winchcombe C 302 27.9%
Nigel Carter Devizes 298 27.5%
John Leighton C 239
Susan Buxton Lab 186 17.2%
Timothy Price Lab 177
Katherine Walling LD 160 14.8%
Bridget Selwyn LD 151
Ernest Giles UKIP 137 12.7%

Devizes South (2)

Jeffrey Ody Devizes 447 30.2%
Raymond Parsons (ELECTED) C 433 29.2%
Angus Taylor (NOT ELECTED) Lab 433 29.2%
Charles Winchcombe C 347
Judith Coom Lab 187
Carol Brewer LD 168 11.3%

Lavingtons (2)

John Reid C 453 45.3%
Dennis Willmott C 406
Sharon Charity Lab 314 31.4%
Simon Ayres Grn 233 23.3%
Joan Barnett Lab 206

Ludgershall (2)

Ken Beard C unop.
Peter Richardson C unop.

Marlborough East (2)

Elizabeth Hannaford C 471 41.4%
William Cavill LD 446 39.2%
David Parker C 419
Graham Francis LD 403
Brian McClintock Lab 222 19.5%

Marlborough West (2)

John Fogg Ind 624 42.7%
Anthony Skittrall C 489 33.4%
Hilary Cripps C 422
Michael Gray Ind 417
Bryan Castle LD 349 23.9%
Patricia Cavill LD 307

Milton Lilbourne

James Pearcy-Caldwell C 223 39.4%
William Clarke Ind 196 34.6%
David Walker LD 147 26.0%

Netheravon

Alan Wood UKIP unop.

Ogbourne

Patricia Courtman Ind 277 61.8%
Adrienne Francis LD 171 38.2%

Pewsey (2)

Anne Hayhoe Ind 651 55.6%
Jeremy Kunkler Ind 537
John Cooke C 520 44.4%

Pewsey Vale

Brian Ashley C unop.

Potterne

Clyde Hoddinott Ind 302 80.3%
Mervyn Calfe Lab 74 19.7%

Ramsbury (2)

Susan Findlay Ind 694 43.1%
Brian Twigger C 626 38.9%
Margaret Rose C 446
Nicholas Winch LD 289 18.0%

Roundway (2)

Geoff Brewer LD 371 47.0%
Katherine Callow LD 353
John Stevens C 293 37.1%
Judith Triggs C 276
Humphry Woolrych Lab 125 15.8%

Seend

Thelma Carr C 350 56.4%
Ralph Elia LD 271 43.6%

Shalbourne

Peter Veasey C unop.

Tidworth, Perham Down and Ludgershall South (3)

Andrew Connolly C 671 57.8%
Peter Colling C 613
Stephen Miles C 561
Susan Turner Lab 172 14.8%
Dorothy Halfon UKIP 167 14.4%
Andrew Edwards TPLRA 151 13.0%

Upavon

Dominic Campbell C unop.

Urchfont

Colin Stone C 389 58.1%
James Wale Ind 280 41.9%

West Selkley

Noel Rawlins C 330 61.7%
Stephen Pascall LD 205 38.3%

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