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Local Election Results 2011

Newcastle-under-Lyme

One-third of council up for election. No election this year in Clayton, Holditch, Porthill or Town.

Note:— The election in Seabridge ward was postponed to 23rd June 2011 due to the death of a candidate.

Many thanks to Kevin Larkin for supplying the results.

Other results for Newcastle-under-Lyme: 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2010 2012 2014 2015 2016
Results for Staffordshire county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017

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Consolidated results — Newcastle-under-Lyme 2011

Party Votes Percent Seats
Labour 11376 37.6% 15
Conservative 8795 29.0% 4
UK Independence Party 5078 16.8% 0
Liberal Democrat 4871 16.1% 2
Independent 168 0.6% 0

Audley and Bignall End

Ann Beech Lab 749 41.2%
Bert Proctor LD 671 36.9%
Luke Hilliard C 229 12.6%
Roger Ruddle UKIP 168 9.2%

Bradwell

Sandra Hambleton Lab 873 51.2%
Chloe Mancey C 406 23.8%
Andrew Keeling UKIP 346 20.3%
Julian Colclough LD 79 4.6%

Butt Lane [Lab gain from LD]

John Taylor Lab 584 43.0%
Silvia Burgess LD 348 25.6%
John Holdcroft UKIP 271 20.0%
James Bowles C 154 11.3%

Chesterton

Sandra Simpson Lab 778 50.2%
Matthew Davies C 311 20.1%
Anthony Myers UKIP 295 19.0%
Mike Dolman LD 167 10.8%

Cross Heath

John Williams Lab 819 51.3%
Nathan Brittain UKIP 496 31.0%
Jonathan Lewis C 180 11.3%
David Dugdale LD 103 6.4%

Halmerend

David Becket LD 575 43.1%
Paul Breuer Lab 406 30.5%
Andrew Firth C 252 18.9%
Mark Barlow UKIP 100 7.5%

Keele [Lab gain from LD]

Tony Kearon Lab 410 52.8%
Wenslie Naylon LD 224 28.9%
Kate Lawrence C 112 14.4%
Trevor Colclough UKIP 30 3.9%

Kidsgrove (2) [Lab gain from LD]

Margaret Astle Lab 835 46.5%
Reginald Bailey Lab 713
Tricia Harrison UKIP 418 23.3%
Geoffrey Hall LD 315 17.5%
Ian Shepherd UKIP 310
Simon Barnes C 227 12.6%
John Parsons LD 215

Knutton and Silverdale [Lab gain from UKIP]

Tony Eagles Lab 435 44.6%
Derrick Huckfield UKIP 405 41.5%
Andrew Nicholson C 92 9.4%
Chris Wain LD 43 4.4%

Loggerheads and Whitmore

David Loades C 1669 65.8%
Sophia Baker Lab 372 14.7%
Carol Lovatt UKIP 286 11.3%
Morgan Inwood LD 210 8.3%

Madeley [Lab gain from C]

Bill Sinnott Lab 483 34.3%
Tracey Peers C 445 31.6%
Simon White LD 366 26.0%
Wayne Harling UKIP 113 8.0%

May Bank

Simon Tagg C 1426 66.5%
Stephen Harrison Lab 519 24.2%
Dean Page UKIP 117 5.5%
Malcolm Henshall LD 83 3.9%

Newchapel [Lab gain from C]

Paul Waring Lab 304 32.7%
Carl Thomson C 254 27.3%
Victor Jukes Ind 168 18.1%
Michael Prosser UKIP 143 15.4%
Eric Durber LD 60 6.5%

Ravenscliffe [Lab gain from C]

Gill Burnett Lab 439 39.9%
Elizabeth Bishop C 291 26.5%
Geoffrey Locke UKIP 247 22.5%
Doris Hall LD 123 11.2%

Seabridge [Postponed poll; held 23rd June 2011]

Peter Hailstones C 557 45.7%
Colin Brookes Lab 497 40.8%
George Harvey UKIP 112 9.2%
Hilary Jones LD 52 4.3%

Silverdale and Parksite [Lab gain from UKIP]

Thomas Lawton Lab 471 46.4%
Eileen Braithwaite UKIP 431 42.5%
Rita Gilmore C 112 11.0%

Talke [Lab gain from LD]

David Allport Lab 451 38.0%
Matthew Banner UKIP 305 25.7%
David Daniels LD 301 25.4%
Andrew Davies C 130 11.0%

Thistleberry

Nigel Jones LD 750 37.6%
James Matthews Lab 563 28.2%
Adam Carney C 519 26.0%
Dominic Arnold UKIP 164 8.2%

Westlands

Mark Holland C 1086 47.9%
David Leech Lab 792 34.9%
Philip O'Rourke UKIP 226 10.0%
Michael Shenton LD 165 7.3%

Wolstanton [Lab gain from C]

Sophie Olszewski Lab 596 37.7%
David Woolley UKIP 405 25.6%
John Pedder C 343 21.7%
Mark Hammersley LD 236 14.9%

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