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Chirton Ward — North Tyneside

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2nd May 2019

Norman Percy Lab 1055 51.7%
Mick Terrill UKIP 688 33.7%
Stephen Bones C 299 14.6%

3rd May 2018

Margaret Reynolds Lab 1412 75.8%
Susan Rodgerson C 451 24.2%

5th May 2016

John Stirling Lab 1270 61.5%
Norman Morse UKIP 581 28.1%
Yasmin West C 213 10.3%

7th May 2015

Norman Percy Lab 2658 63.9%
Norman Morse UKIP 900 21.6%
Carole Ayre C 601 14.5%

22nd May 2014

Margaret Reynolds Lab 1234 55.7%
Stephen Brand UKIP 585 26.4%
Heather Sarin C 232 10.5%
Amanda Normand Ind 165 7.4%

3rd May 2012

John Stirling Lab 1571 80.0%
Sue Rodgerson C 393 20.0%

5th May 2011

David Corkey Lab 1841 76.1%
Sue Rodgerson C 579 23.9%

6th May 2010

Amanda Normand Lab 3375 77.4%
Edith Furness C 988 22.6%

1st May 2008

John Stirling Lab 1181 54.4%
David Milton C 652 30.0%
Thomas Barton LD 337 15.5%

3rd May 2007

David Corkey Lab 1377 58.1%
Sandy Carter Ind 606 25.6%
Margaret Kelly C 387 16.3%

4th May 2006

Amanda Normand Lab 1176 54.5%
Alexandra Carter Ind 982 45.5%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

John Stirling Lab 1388 53.1%
Michael Smith Lab 1352
Alexandra Carter Lab 1305
Edward Burnett C 642 24.6%
David Sarin C 609
Malcolm Smith LD 582 22.3%
Phillip Gill C 550

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