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Local Elections Archive Project

Wath Ward — Rotherham

Note:— Local by-elections may be missing. If the result for a particular year does not appear on this page, click on the link to see all results for Rotherham council in that year.

This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2021.

5th May 2016 (3 seats)

Alan Atkin Lab 1639 43.9%
Jayne Elliot Lab 1496
Simon Evans Lab 1182
Brian Bailey UKIP 1095 29.3%
Jeffrey Cowles UKIP 975
Mykel Hedge Grn 364 9.7%
Abraham Staples-McCall LD 322 8.6%
Linda Higgins C 316 8.5%
Beryl Brown C 307

7th May 2015

Jayne Elliot Lab 2834 46.0%
Brian Bailey UKIP 1733 28.1%
Linda Higgins C 750 12.2%
Keith Roper Ind 426 6.9%
Ann Roche Grn 420 6.8%

22nd May 2014

Alan Atkin Lab 1558 47.6%
Brian Bailey UKIP 1409 43.1%
Linda Higgins C 303 9.3%

3rd May 2012

Alan Gosling Lab 1805 60.1%
Brian Bailey UKIP 930 31.0%
Linda Higgins C 266 8.9%

5th May 2011

William Sangster Lab 2080 59.1%
Brian Bailey UKIP 917 26.0%
Linda Higgins C 524 14.9%

6th May 2010

Alan Atkin Lab 2901 55.0%
Brian Bailey UKIP 1344 25.5%
Josephine Taylor C 1025 19.4%

1st May 2008

Alan Gosling Lab 1461 49.5%
Christopher Hucknall UKIP 842 28.5%
Jennifer Tiptaft C 650 22.0%

3rd May 2007

Alex Sangster Lab 1641 64.0%
Jennifer Tiptaft C 924 36.0%

4th May 2006

Alan Atkin Lab 1498 56.1%
Jennifer Tiptaft C 611 22.9%
Daniel Gallacher LD 562 21.0%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

Alan Gosling Lab 1891 48.6%
William Sangster Lab 1551
Alan Atkin Lab 1541
Steven Scutt LD 1113 28.6%
Jennifer Tiptaft C 886 22.8%

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