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Local Election Results 2019

Malvern Hills

Whole council up for election. Four Conservative councillors were elected unopposed.

Other results for Malvern Hills: 2003 2007 2011 2015
By-elections for Malvern Hills (may be incomplete): 21st October 2004 (Alfrick & Leigh) — 3rd September 2009 (Hallow) — 5th July 2012 (West) — 2nd May 2013 (Chase) — 22nd May 2014 (Lindridge) — 7th August 2014 (Wells) — 3rd December 2015 (Teme Valley) — 4th May 2017 (West)
Results for Worcestershire county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017 2021

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Consolidated results — Malvern Hills 2019

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 6421 29.9% 13
Independent 5435 25.3% 10
Liberal Democrat 5017 23.4% 9
Green Party 2272 10.6% 5
Labour 1414 6.6% 1
UK Independence Party 905 4.2% 0

Alfrick and Leigh (2)

Sarah Rouse Ind 764 54.0%
Peter Whatley Ind 634
Karen Hanks C 328 23.2%
Niels Emmerson LD 168 11.9%
Mike Savage UKIP 156 11.0%
Mark Starr UKIP 91

Baldwin

Pam Cumming C 455 77.6%
Danielle Bennett LD 131 22.4%

Broadheath (2) [1 Ind gain from C]

Daniel Walton Ind 708 51.3%
David Chambers C 419 30.4%
Richard Moore C 361
Jed Marson LD 252 18.3%
Tom Travers LD 131

Chase (3) [1 Lab gain from C]

Caroline Baldwin C 568 31.3%
Samantha Charles Lab 548 30.2%
James O'Donnell C 541
Kathy Leather C 504
Josie Wilkinson LD 482 26.6%
Neil Morton Lab 479
William Chaundy LD 478
Peter Wilkinson LD 354
Jeanette Sheen UKIP 214 11.8%

Dyson Perrins (2) [1 Grn gain from C]

Chris Reed Grn 645 59.8%
Julie Wood Grn 596
Tony Baker C 313 29.0%
Amelia Emmerson LD 121 11.2%
Charlie Emmerson LD 85

Hallow

Dean Clarke Ind 476 82.8%
Paul Selway-Swift C 99 17.2%

Kempsey (2)

David Harrison Ind 957 80.9%
John Michael Ind 917
Harry Tanner C 133 11.2%
Madeline Slaney LD 93 7.9%
Elaine Drage LD 90

Lindridge

Douglas Godwin C 385 68.5%
John Drage LD 177 31.5%

Link (3) [2 LD gains from C]

Kwai Hung Chan LD 753 36.8%
Neville Mills LD 638
Kaleem Aksar LD 623
David Watkins C 439 21.5%
Jennie Newman C 425
Heather Jeavons Ind 360 17.6%
Mo Dutta C 318
Martin Willis Lab 307 15.0%
Christopher Burrows Lab 282
Malcolm Delingpole UKIP 185 9.1%
Brian Hill UKIP 169

Longdon

Bronwen Behan C 374 62.1%
John Humphreys LD 228 37.9%

Martley

Barbara Williams C 362 72.3%
Arthur Mountford Ind 139 27.7%

Morton

Mick Davies Ind 613 77.1%
Neil Baldwin C 182 22.9%

Pickersleigh (3) [1 LD gain from C]

Caroline Bovey LD 571 51.3%
Paul Bennett LD 423
Richard Whitehead LD 410
Jane Yardley C 272 24.4%
Lynne Lambeth Lab 271 24.3%
Sydney Harrison C 265
Lou Lowton Lab 205

Powick (2)

Tom Wells LD 965 53.1%
Kathy Wells LD 729
Elaine Newman Ind 511 28.1%
David Barrie UKIP 170 9.4%
Sylwia Miziula C 170 9.4%

Priory (2) [1 Ind gain from C, 1 LD gain from C]

Cynthia Palmer Ind 484 32.0%
Beverley Nielsen LD 419 27.7%
Hannah Campbell C 406 26.8%
Roger Hall-Jones C 395
Dee Tomlin LD 367
Josephine Leibrandt Lab 204 13.5%

Ripple

Jeremy Owenson C 396 71.0%
Anne Burge Grn 162 29.0%

Teme Valley

Caroline Palethorpe C unop.

Tenbury (2)

Tony Penn C unop.
Bridget Thomas C unop.

Upton and Hanley (2) [1 Grn gain from C]

Andrea Morgan C 540 36.6%
Martin Allen Grn 467 31.6%
Debbie Collings C 437
Robert Emmerson LD 290 19.6%
Doug Guest UKIP 180 12.2%

Wells (2) [1 Ind gain from C]

John Gallagher Ind 423 41.8%
Mark Dyde Ind 356
Jill Campbell C 329 32.5%
Alison Oliver Ind 316
Chris O'Donnell C 283
Elizabeth Mills LD 177 17.5%
Ronan Head LD 149
Daniel Roberts Lab 84 8.3%

West (2)

John Raine Grn 998 69.4%
Natalie McVey Grn 935
Jennie Kelly C 251 17.4%
Ben Murphy LD 190 13.2%

Woodbury

Paul Cumming C unop.

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