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Local Election Results 2011

Wyre

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

Other results for Wyre: 2003 2007 2015
Results for Lancashire county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017

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Consolidated results — Wyre 2011

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 20181 55.6% 40
Labour 13469 37.1% 15
UK Independence Party 1409 3.9% 0
Independent 759 2.1% 0
Green Party 485 1.3% 0

Bourne (3) [1 Lab gain from C]

Terence Lees Lab 1013 51.8%
Donald MacNaughton C 942 48.2%
Julie Newsham C 912
Sean Hazelwood Lab 901
Christopher McConnachie C 894
Kevin Higginson Lab 876

Breck (2)

Peter Gibson C 761 67.6%
David Henderson C 758
Brian Hobson Lab 365 32.4%

Brock

Pete Murphy C unop.

Cabus

Roger Brooks C 444 70.5%
Faron Young Lab 186 29.5%

Calder

David Williams C 535 75.4%
Simon Noble UKIP 175 24.6%

Carleton (2)

James Hargreaves C 914 62.2%
Frances Gandhi C 905
Andrew Walker Lab 556 37.8%
Frank Turner Lab 487

Catterall [C gain from LD]

Dave Swift C unop.

Cleveleys Park (3) [1 Lab gain from C]

Andrea Kay C 1210 52.9%
Rita Amos C 1102
Penelope Martin Lab 1077 47.1%
Anthony Morley C 1068
David Oxley Lab 978
John Traynor Lab 931

Garstang (3)

Dulcie Atkins C 1272 66.8%
Alice Collinson C 1223
Thomas Balmain C 1073
Marilyn Levey Lab 632 33.2%

Great Eccleston (2)

Susan Catterall C 1089 80.3%
Susan Pimbley C 824
Alfred Davies Lab 268 19.7%

Hambleton and Stalmine-with-Staynall (2)

Julie Robinson C 1055 69.0%
Lynne Bowen C 966
Andrew Meredith Lab 474 31.0%

Hardhorn (2)

Simon Bridge C 1049 73.1%
Geoffrey Cocker C 1003
Richard Anyon Lab 387 26.9%

High Cross (2)

Barry Birch C 880 62.0%
Roger Berry C 876
Christopher Frost Lab 540 38.0%

Jubilee (2)

John Hodgkinson C 602 40.9%
David Walmsley C 563
William Glasgow Lab 486 33.0%
Alan Morgan Lab 462
Roy Hopwood UKIP 384 26.1%
Alan Southern UKIP 252

Mount (2)

Ruth Duffy Lab 617 55.5%
Ian Duffy Lab 603
David Jones C 317 28.5%
Kerry Jones C 259
Robert Jones Ind 177 15.9%

Norcross (2)

Ronald Greenhough C 664 53.9%
Ann Turner C 641
Margaret Jackson Lab 568 46.1%
Peter Smith Lab 536

Park (2) [1 Lab gain from C]

Julie Grunshaw Lab 694 58.0%
Christine Smith Lab 674
Margaret Bond C 503 42.0%
James McConnachie C 420

Pharos (3)

Clive Grunshaw Lab 919 71.5%
Lorraine Beavers Lab 893
Ronald Shewan Lab 825
David Shaw C 366 28.5%
Ian Nicholson C 343
Alexander Tomlinson C 269

Pilling

Donald Lawrenson C 523 63.4%
Susan White Grn 173 21.0%
Darrell Jackson Lab 129 15.6%

Preesall (3)

Ian McCann C 1299 52.3%
Vivien Taylor C 1226
Paul Moon C 1220
Nicholas Fogg Lab 656 26.4%
Christopher Lamb UKIP 530 21.3%

Rossall (3)

Terence Rogers Lab 841 41.0%
Edwin Taylor Lab 801
Gertrude Hewitt Lab 758
Marlene Colby C 698 34.0%
Michelle Riley C 684
Vincent Riley C 655
Gerard Gerrard UKIP 320 15.6%
James Orange UKIP 233
John Harrison Ind 193 9.4%

Staina (3)

Julia Anderson C 1445 68.0%
Ian Perkin C 1336
Ramesh Gandhi C 1311
Thomas Rawlings Lab 679 32.0%
Jonjo O'Connell Lab 665

Tithebarn (2)

David Bannister C 928 53.7%
Lesley McKay C 902
Liam Bromley Lab 488 28.2%
Jake Welsh Grn 312 18.1%

Victoria (3)

Patsy Ormrod C 1379 65.9%
Michael Vincent C 1239
Alan Vincent C 1223
Brian Stephenson Lab 713 34.1%
Evelyn Stephenson Lab 665

Warren (3) [3 Lab gains from C]

Marge Anderton Lab 920 45.5%
Paul Treece-Birch Lab 911
Emma Anderton Lab 896
Stan Leadbetter C 714 35.3%
Mike Sanderson C 607
Bob Long C 466
Mark Hamer Ind 389 19.2%
Trisha Hogg Ind 175
Belinda Armstrong Ind 161

Wyresdale

Val Wilson C 592 69.4%
Ben Whittingham Lab 261 30.6%

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