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Local Election Results 2003


Whole council up for election on new ward boundaries. Eight Labour councillors, fifteen Independent councillors and all three Conservative councillors were elected unopposed.

Other results for Teesdale: 2007
Results for Durham county council: 2005

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Consolidated results — Teesdale 2003

Party Votes Percent Seats
Independent 922 70.5% 20
Labour 386 29.5% 9
Conservative 0 0.0% 3

Barnard Castle East (2)

John Hinchcliffe Ind 264 72.1%
Margaret Hamilton Ind 242
Robert Jackson Lab 102 27.9%

Barnard Castle North (2)

David Blackie Ind unop.
Kenneth Coates Lab unop.

Barnard Castle West (3)

David Armstrong Lab unop.
John Watson Ind unop.
Newton Wood Ind unop.

Barningham and Ovington

William Salvin Ind unop.

Cockfield (2)

Pauline Charlton Lab unop.
John Priestley Lab unop.

Cotherstone with Lartington

Dreda Forster Ind unop.


Peter Stubbs Ind unop.

Etherley (3)

Frederick Moore Lab unop.
Joseph Smith Lab unop.
Keith Stansfield Ind unop.

Evenwood, Ramshaw and Lands (3)

John Armstrong Ind 373 56.8%
Arnold Smith Lab 284 43.2%
Raymond Gibson Ind 237
Margery Bolden Lab 224

Gainford and Winston (2)

Josephine Fergus C unop.
Kenneth Hodgson Ind unop.


Phillip Hughes Ind unop.

Hamsterley and South Bedburn

George Richardson C unop.


John Salter Ind unop.

Lynesack (2)

Donald Metcalfe Lab unop.
George Robinson Lab unop.

Middleton-in-Teesdale (2)

Richard Bell C unop.
Richard Betton Ind unop.


Elisabeth Walton Ind unop.

Staindrop (2)

Oswald Hedley Ind unop.
Kathleen Mitchell Ind unop.


Keith Watson Ind unop.

Streatlam and Whorlton

Michael Simpson Ind 160 56.1%
Ruth Renton Ind 125 43.9%

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