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Local Election Results 2003

Ribble Valley

Whole council up for election on new ward boundaries. Both Independent councillors and four Conservative councillors were elected unopposed.

Other results for Ribble Valley: 2007 2011 2015 2019
By-elections for Ribble Valley (may be incomplete): 23rd October 2008 (Billington & Old Langho) — 4th June 2009 (Chatburn; Langho) — 17th September 2011 (Salthill) — 1st August 2013 (Littlemoor) — 6th May 2021 (Billington & Langho; Mellor; West Bradford & Grindleton) — 19th August 2021 (Littlemoor; Primrose)
Results for Lancashire county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017 2021

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Consolidated results — Ribble Valley 2003

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 8068 46.6% 22
Liberal Democrat 7298 42.2% 15
British National Party 1284 7.4% 0
Labour 655 3.8% 1
Independent 0 0.0% 2

Aighton, Bailey and Chaigley

Janet Alcock C unop.

Alston and Hothersall (2)

James Rogerson Ind unop.
David Smith C unop.

Billington and Old Langho (2)

G Sowter LD 353 50.9%
C Ross C 340 49.1%
R Gledhill C 300
R Price LD 291

Bowland, Newton and Slaidburn

R Elms C 374 80.4%
J Knight LD 91 19.6%

Chatburn

H Douglas LD 297 53.7%
K Hall C 256 46.3%

Chipping

Doreen Bailey Ind unop.

Clayton-le-Dale with Ramsgreave (2)

P Ainsworth C 548 68.6%
D Taylor C 454
E Joyce LD 251 31.4%
J Theakston LD 171

Derby and Thornley (2)

R Croasdale LD 503 58.2%
K Butler C 362 41.8%
A Duckworth LD 268

Dilworth (2)

J Flitcroft LD 326 52.0%
J Reese LD 320
A Ferrari C 301 48.0%
M Kay C 264

Edisford and Low Moor (2)

A Yearing LD 466 33.0%
J McGowan Lab 394 27.9%
S Yearing LD 323
P McQuade BNP 295 20.9%
A Mare Banki Lab 280
A Dean C 256 18.1%

Gisburn, Rimington

R Sherras C 308 78.4%
P Rawson LD 85 21.6%

Langho (2)

J Taylor C 407 54.2%
D Eccleston C 351
J Grimes LD 344 45.8%
D Threlfall LD 326

Littlemoor (2)

J Sutcliffe LD 755 55.0%
M Sutcliffe LD 700
D Boden C 326 23.7%
B Ferguson BNP 292 21.3%

Mellor (2)

C Warkman C 645 76.2%
N Walsh C 628
J Sowter LD 202 23.8%

Primrose (2)

M Robinson LD 490 44.9%
A Knox LD 416
I Duxbury BNP 242 22.2%
A Worsley C 191 17.5%
P McGowan Lab 169 15.5%
R Stuttard C 156
S Wilkinson Lab 107

Read and Simonstone (2)

J Hill C 584 54.1%
C Bartop C 558
J Waddington LD 495 45.9%
R Bennett LD 411

Ribchester

B Collis LD 252 50.5%
D Nuttall C 247 49.5%

Sabden

M Fielding C 393 57.5%
F Goss LD 291 42.5%

St Mary's (2)

B Jones LD 561 47.3%
F Dyson LD 500
S Pietrzak C 424 35.7%
D Moores C 404
P Frankland BNP 202 17.0%

Salthill (2)

D Barryman LD 419 35.6%
I Brown C 413 35.1%
S Sims C 397
S Adnitt LD 384
S Gath BNP 253 21.5%
G Bridge Lab 92 7.8%

Waddington and West Bradford (2)

G Pye LD 612 51.2%
E Ranson C 584 48.8%
R Chaplin C 547
W Le Breton LD 475

Whalley (2)

J Holgate C 708 64.8%
C Sterry C 583
T Hardwick LD 385 35.2%
C Marchi LD 329

Wilpshire (2)

Stuart Hirst C unop.
Chris Holtom C unop.

Wiswell and Pendleton

R Thompson C 401 77.0%
B Dowles LD 120 23.0%

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