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Local Elections Archive Project

Valley Ward — North Tyneside

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2nd May 2019

Carole Burdis Lab 1394 54.1%
James Davey UKIP 478 18.6%
Miriam Smith C 462 17.9%
Steve Leyland Grn 242 9.4%

3rd May 2018

Brian Burdis Lab 1561 63.0%
David Lilly C 493 19.9%
Jim Davey UKIP 157 6.3%
John Morley Grn 139 5.6%
Andrew Pattinson Ind 129 5.2%

5th May 2016

Tommy Mulvenna Lab 1501 63.8%
Elizabeth Borlos UKIP 476 20.2%
Joseph Furness C 376 16.0%

7th May 2015

Carole Burdis Lab 3061 59.7%
Joseph Furness C 1133 22.1%
Peter Bayliss UKIP 937 18.3%

22nd May 2014

Brian Burdis Lab 1366 56.6%
Angie Potter UKIP 683 28.3%
Alan Furness C 364 15.1%

3rd May 2012

Tommy Mulvenna Lab 1728 81.6%
Frank Austin C 390 18.4%

5th May 2011

Carole Gambling Lab 2064 75.7%
Leon Rodda C 661 24.3%

6th May 2010

Brian Burdis Lab 2999 63.2%
Joanne Johnson C 1232 26.0%
John Burrows BNP 513 10.8%

1st May 2008

Thomas Mulvenna Lab 1106 59.3%
Angela Potter LD 478 25.6%
John Burrows BNP 282 15.1%

3rd May 2007

Carole Gambling Lab 1306 57.0%
Louise Partis C 530 23.1%
Paul Moat LD 455 19.9%

4th May 2006

Brian Burdis Lab 1285 63.1%
Louise Partis C 752 36.9%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

Angela Potter Lab 1437 62.4%
Carole Gambling Lab 1429
Brian Burdis Lab 1277
Frank Austin C 594 25.8%
John Lawson C 522
Valerie Lawson C 512
Damian Whitaker BNP 271 11.8%

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