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East Valley Ward — Stoke-on-Trent

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2011.

6th May 2010 [Lab gain from LD]

Matt Wilcox Lab 1973 34.4%
Jack Brereton C 1675 29.2%
Susan Ford LD 1043 18.2%
Andrew Smith UKIP 461 8.0%
Geoffrey Knight Ind 303 5.3%
Roger Ibbs Ind 240 4.2%
Andrew Wragg Ind 44 0.8%

1st May 2008 [C gain from Lab]

Joanne Powell-Beckett C 1146 43.8%
Sybil Halfpenny Lab 713 27.3%
Christine Knight Pot 509 19.5%
Jackie Ward CityInd 247 9.4%

3rd May 2007 [C gain from Ind]

Hazel Lyth C 949 35.1%
Stan Leese Ind 912 33.7%
Richard Hughes Lab 843 31.2%

4th May 2006

Geoffrey Knight LD 806 29.5%
Richard Hughes Lab 774 28.3%
Raymond Booth BNP 591 21.6%
Hazel Lyth C 560 20.5%

10th June 2004 [Lab gain from LD]

Sybil Halfpenny Lab 823 30.9%
Allan Eaton BNP 674 25.3%
Geoffrey Knight Ind 429 16.1%
Donald Smith C 406 15.3%
Robert Gore LD 330 12.4%

1st May 2003

Charles Miller Ind 861 37.6%
Sybil Halfpenny Lab 754 32.9%
Maxine Morrow LD 416 18.2%
Linden Yardley C 260 11.3%

2nd May 2002 (3 seats)

Martin Dent LD 1000 39.0%
Geoffrey Knight LD 980
Charles Miller Ind 897 35.0%
George Abela Ind 803
Sybil Halfpenny Lab 666 26.0%
Barbara Dunn Lab 650
Peter Lythgoe Lab 514

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