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Local Election Results 2019

Tunbridge Wells

One-third of council up for election. No elections this year in Brenchley and Horsmonden, Broadwater, Capel or St James'.

TWellsA = Tunbridge Wells Alliance
WEP = Women's Equality Party

Other results for Tunbridge Wells: 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011 2012 2014 2015 2016 2018
Results for Kent county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017

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Consolidated results — Tunbridge Wells 2019

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 7582 29.1% 5
Liberal Democrat 7309 28.1% 5
Tunbridge Wells Alliance 4008 15.4% 5
Labour 3387 13.0% 2
UK Independence Party 1290 5.0% 0
Independent 1114 4.3% 1
Women's Equality Party 670 2.6% 0
Green Party 663 2.5% 0

Benenden and Cranbrook [TWellsA gain from C]

Nancy Warne TWellsA 771 42.8%
Sally-Ann Marks C 706 39.2%
Wendy Fitzsimmons LD 214 11.9%
Anne Musker Lab 109 6.1%

Culverden [LD gain from C]

James Rands LD 723 32.2%
Eizabeth Orr WEP 570 25.4%
Nasir Jamil C 560 24.9%
David Adams Lab 237 10.6%
Paul Standing UKIP 155 6.9%

Frittenden and Sissinghurst

Andrew Fairweather C 347 46.4%
John Smith TWellsA 321 42.9%
Brian Guinnessy LD 80 10.7%

Goudhurst and Lamberhurst

Linda Hall C 505 38.9%
David Knight Ind 487 37.5%
Jeremy Stirling LD 184 14.2%
Simon Fowler Lab 122 9.4%

Hawkhurst and Sandhurst

Godfrey Bland C 797 54.8%
Helena Waters LD 545 37.5%
Ana-Mari Draper Lab 113 7.8%

Paddock Wood East (2) [Resignation of Allan Gooda; Ind gain from C]

Rodney Atkins Ind 416 39.7%
Sarah Hamilton C 329 31.4%
William Hills Ind 324
Christopher Camp C 222
Derek Boyle Lab 126 12.0%
Josephine Wilby Grn 93 8.9%
Martin Brice LD 84 8.0%
Robert Seggie Lab 84
Amanda Wells Grn 82
Martin Huebscher LD 53

Paddock Wood West

Matt Bailey (ELECTED) C 289 31.2%
Raymond Moon (NOT ELECTED) Lab 289 31.2%
Tracey Goacher UKIP 120 13.0%
Trevor Bisdee Grn 119 12.9%
James Cole LD 108 11.7%

Pantiles and St Mark's [LD gain from C]

Andrew Hickey LD 1346 60.0%
Lawrence Heasman C 554 24.7%
John Hurst Grn 152 6.8%
CĂ©line Thomas WEP 100 4.5%
Patricia Fowlie Lab 93 4.1%

Park (2) [Resignation of Peter Bulman; TWellsA gain from C]

Christian Atwood TWellsA 1125 41.7%
Rebecca Bruneau TWellsA 1088
Tracy Moore C 539 20.0%
Rachel Sadler LD 486 18.0%
Gillian Douglass LD 482
Victoria White C 437
Linda Jagger Lab 211 7.8%
Victor Webb Ind 211 7.8%
Michael Jerrom UKIP 128 4.7%

Pembury [TWellsA gain from C]

David Hayward TWellsA 784 44.5%
Susan Nuttall C 484 27.5%
Colin Sefton LD 165 9.4%
Richard Bayles Grn 125 7.1%
Peter Scott UKIP 114 6.5%
Joel Turner Lab 90 5.1%

Rusthall [LD gain from C]

David Funnell LD 547 41.4%
Bjorn Simpole Lab 346 26.2%
David Pate C 283 21.4%
Alun Elder-Brown UKIP 144 10.9%

St John's [LD gain from C]

Marguerita Morton LD 1165 59.3%
Peter Oakford C 347 17.7%
Benjamin Phillips Grn 174 8.9%
Louise Reid Lab 154 7.8%
Robert Horan UKIP 125 6.4%

Sherwood [Lab gain from C]

Hugo Pound Lab 517 33.9%
Samantha White C 506 33.2%
Alan Bullion LD 268 17.6%
Christopher Hoare UKIP 233 15.3%

Southborough and High Brooms [Lab gain from C]

Luke Everitt Lab 845 49.7%
Alexis Bird LD 352 20.7%
Mark Puller C 309 18.2%
Christine Marshall UKIP 195 11.5%

Southborough North [LD gain from C]

Trevor Poile LD 691 52.5%
David Elliott C 414 31.5%
Nicholas Blackwell Lab 135 10.3%
Stephen Lukacs UKIP 76 5.8%

Speldhurst and Bidborough [TWellsA gain from C]

Lucinda Willis TWellsA 1007 51.1%
John Jukes C 613 31.1%
Iola Palmer-Stirling LD 351 17.8%

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