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Local Election Results 2019

Ribble Valley

Whole council up for election on new ward boundaries. Two Conservative councillors were elected unopposed.

Other results for Ribble Valley: 2003 2007 2011 2015
Results for Lancashire county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017 2021

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Consolidated results — Ribble Valley 2019

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 7973 54.7% 28
Labour 3254 22.3% 0
Liberal Democrat 2825 19.4% 10
Independent 336 2.3% 2
Green Party 104 0.7% 0
UK Independence Party 76 0.5% 0

Alston and Hothersall (2)

Jim Rogerson C 351 69.4%
Judith Clark C 317
Stephanie Lomas Lab 155 30.6%
Maria Gee Lab 124

Billington and Langho (2)

Ruth Baxter C 525 69.0%
Anthony Austin C 512
Anne Taylor Lab 236 31.0%
Maya Dibley Lab 197

Bowland

Rosie Elms C unop.

Brockhall and Dinckley

Stephen Atkinson C 305 83.3%
Gerald Davies Lab 61 16.7%

Chatburn

Gary Scott C 368 88.5%
Gaye McCrum Grn 48 11.5%

Chipping

Simon Hore C unop.

Clayton-le-Dale and Salesbury

Louise Edge C 391 85.2%
Philip Gedling Lab 68 14.8%

Derby and Thornley (2)

Stuart Carefoot C 447 67.1%
Sarah Rainford C 437
Jonathan Irwin Lab 219 32.9%
Bryan Dalgleish-Warburton Lab 215

Dilworth (2)

Brian Holden C 402 66.4%
Angeline Humphreys C 356
Harold Gee Lab 203 33.6%
Nicholas Stubbs Lab 202

East Whalley, Read and Simonstone (2)

Richard Bennett C 572 82.4%
David Peat C 500
Christopher O'Connor Lab 122 17.6%
Michael Graveston Lab 102

Edisford and Low Moor (2)

Simon O'Rourke LD 410 48.6%
Jennifer Schumann LD 339
Terry Richardson Lab 222 26.3%
Maureen Fenton Lab 220
Maria Berryman C 211 25.0%
Peter Bryan C 188

Gisburn and Rimington

Richard Sherras C 268 67.5%
David Waters Lab 129 32.5%

Hurst Green and Whitewell

Jan Alcock C 232 57.1%
Andrew MacFarlane Lab 129 31.8%
Tony Halliwell LD 45 11.1%

Littlemoor (2)

Susan Knox LD 474 57.9%
Mark French LD 411
Katei Blezard C 193 23.6%
Sue Riley Lab 151 18.5%
Giles Bridge Lab 150
Lisa Quinn-Jones C 132

Mellor (2)

Stella Brunskill C 574 54.4%
Noel Walsh C 549
John Hymas LD 271 25.7%
Stephen Adnitt LD 163
Danielle Murtagh Lab 134 12.7%
Sheelagh Donnelly Lab 112
Stephen Sanderson UKIP 76 7.2%

Primrose (2)

Mary Robinson LD 418 60.3%
Allan Knox LD 403
Ronald Corbin Lab 166 24.0%
Karl Barnsley Lab 151
Kevin Horkin C 109 15.7%
Charles McFall C 98

Ribchester

Alison Brown C 268 61.3%
Jennifer Berry Lab 169 38.7%

Sabden

John Newmark C 288 65.6%
Liz Birtwistle Lab 151 34.4%

St Mary's (2)

Stewart Fletcher LD 477 52.9%
Jonathan Hill LD 440
Sue Hind C 257 28.5%
Warren Bennett C 175
Garry Dugdale Lab 168 18.6%
Jordan Campion Lab 157

Salthill (2)

Ian Brown C 372 46.7%
Donna O'Rourke LD 288 36.2%
Pam Dowson C 264
Chantelle Seddon LD 228
Liv Pamphlett Lab 136 17.1%
Carol Makin Lab 119

Waddington, Bashall Eaves and Mitton

Robert Buller LD 226 53.4%
Kenneth Hind C 197 46.6%

West Bradford and Grindleton

Mary Hilton C 301 68.3%
Edward Clayton LD 140 31.7%

Whalley and Painter Wood (2)

Mark Hindle C 456 67.6%
Ged Mirfin C 421
Margaret Young Lab 219 32.4%
Joseph Kellaway Lab 184

Whalley Nethertown

David Berryman C 194 55.9%
Ian Metcalfe Lab 77 22.2%
Mark Powell LD 76 21.9%

Wilpshire and Ramsgreave (2)

Stuart Hirst C 544 65.4%
Susan Bibby C 531
Katherine Burn Lab 288 34.6%
Charles Cathcart Lab 269

Wiswell and Barrow (2)

David Birtwhistle Ind 336 56.9%
Robert Thompson Ind 300
Steve Farmer C 148 25.0%
Simon Kerins C 142
Oi Wrightson Grn 56 9.5%
Ian Turner Lab 51 8.6%
Julian Dunn Lab 49

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