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Local Election Results 2011

Fenland

Whole council up for election. Two Conservative councillors were elected unopposed.

Other results for Fenland: 2003 2007 2015
Results for Cambridgeshire county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017

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Consolidated results — Fenland 2011

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 14422 51.9% 34
Labour 4914 17.7% 0
Liberal Democrat 4058 14.6% 2
Independent 3515 12.6% 4
Green Party 541 1.9% 0
UK Independence Party 360 1.3% 0

Bassenhally

Ken Mayor C 392 79.0%
Tracey Wilkes LD 104 21.0%

Benwick, Coates and Eastrea (2)

Ralph Butcher C 880 50.7%
Alex Miscandlon C 530
Bob Wicks Ind 414 23.8%
Aidan Hervey Lab 248 14.3%
Shane Alexander Grn 194 11.2%

Birch

Alan Melton C 424 55.4%
Christine Colbert LD 234 30.6%
Sandra Rylance UKIP 107 14.0%

Clarkson

Carol Cox C 258 56.7%
Ann Purt Lab 127 27.9%
Robert McLaren LD 70 15.4%

Delph

Kay Mayor C 434 72.2%
David Lewis Lab 167 27.8%

Doddington

David Connor C 554 76.6%
Janet Feekins LD 169 23.4%

Elm and Christchurch (2)

Mac Cotterell C 711 57.0%
Will Sutton C 489
Nicholas Poole Lab 221 17.7%
Robert Pinnock Ind 198 15.9%
Verity Roscoe LD 118 9.5%

Hill (2)

Simon King C 797 58.4%
Bruce Wegg C 677
Dean Reeves Lab 366 26.8%
Luke Roscoe LD 202 14.8%

Kingsmoor

Martin Curtis C unop.

Kirkgate [LD gain from C]

David Patrick LD 311 48.6%
Robert Lawrence C 233 36.4%
John White Lab 96 15.0%

Lattersey

Steve Garratt C 453 67.9%
Jes Hibbert Lab 162 24.3%
Paul Adams LD 52 7.8%

Manea

Mark Archer Ind 568 73.9%
James Carney C 201 26.1%

March East (3)

John Clark C 1154 47.7%
Bernard Keane C 1002
Fred Yeulett C 914
Martin Field Lab 727 30.1%
Louis Sugden Lab 617
John Williams Lab 613
Reg Kemp Ind 537 22.2%

March North (3)

Mike Cornwell C 1064 49.3%
Trevor Quince C 923
Peter Tunley C 827
Matthew Routledge Lab 627 29.0%
William McAdam LD 468 21.7%

March West (3) [1 Ind gain from C]

Kit Owen C 1117 35.7%
Rob Skoulding Ind 1082 34.6%
Jan French C 1019
Adam Triggs C 813
Matt Broadfield Ind 483
Christopher Carter Lab 472 15.1%
Stephen Court LD 460 14.7%

Medworth

Jonathan Farmer C 364 59.1%
Mark Plum Lab 194 31.5%
Christopher Randall LD 58 9.4%

The Mills

John Chambers C 422 57.3%
Diane Baldry LD 314 42.7%

Parson Drove and Wisbech St Mary (2) [1 LD gain from C]

Robert Scrimshaw C 849 47.1%
Gavin Booth LD 652 36.1%
Steve Tierney C 602
Mary Lane LD 405
David Goode Lab 303 16.8%

Peckover

David Oliver C 446 69.8%
Simon Massen Lab 131 20.5%
Heather Kinnear LD 62 9.7%

Roman Bank (3)

Michael Humphrey C 1256 56.9%
Philip Hatton C 1092
Chris Seaton C 1007
Kay Scott Lab 590 26.7%
Nicholas Smith LD 361 16.4%

St Andrews

Derek Stebbing C 542 69.0%
David Chivall Grn 243 31.0%

St Marys

Ken Peachey C 364 46.0%
Roy Gerstner Ind 324 40.9%
Hilary Chivall Grn 104 13.1%

Slade Lode

Florrie Newell C 301 46.5%
Chris Howes LD 206 31.8%
Grant Osbourn Lab 140 21.6%

Staithe

Roger Green C 301 55.1%
Reg Mee Lab 157 28.8%
Will Schooling UKIP 88 16.1%

Waterlees (2) [2 Ind gains from C]

Virginia Bucknor Ind 392 36.6%
Michael Bucknor Ind 381
Ray Griffin C 298 27.8%
David Wheeler C 285
Barry Diggle Lab 186 17.4%
Avis Gilliatt Lab 177
Paul Clapp UKIP 165 15.4%
Christopher Schooling UKIP 137
Christopher Hancox LD 31 2.9%

Wenneye

Peter Murphy C 607 76.5%
Josie Ratcliffe LD 186 23.5%

Wimblington

Paul Jolley C unop.

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