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Llandrillo yn Rhos Ward — Conwy

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4th May 2017 (4 seats) [1 C gain from PC]

Roger Parry C 1374 41.2%
James Lusted C 1265
David Roberts C 1257
Donald Milne C 1074
Hannah Fleet Ind 889 26.6%
Chris Brockley Lab 775 23.2%
Gemma Campbell Ind 667
David Griffiths UKIP 299 9.0%

3rd May 2012 (4 seats)

Phil Edwards PC 1107 28.3%
Roger Parry C 1094 28.0%
Dave Roberts C 970
Donald Milne C 889
Jeff Pearson C 813
Ian Scott Lab 798 20.4%
Merfyn Thomas Ind 630 16.1%
David Griffiths Chr 278 7.1%

1st May 2008 (4 seats) [1 PC gain from Ind, 2 C gains from Ind]

Philip Edwards PC 1449 40.2%
Roger Parry C 1235 34.3%
Merfyn Thomas C 1081
David Roberts C 1074
Neil Formstone Ind 672 18.6%
Edward Ansell Ind 643
Sibani Roy PC 568
Thomas Roberts Ind 544
Paul Richards Ind 406
John Oddy BNP 248 6.9%

20th July 2006 [By-election; PC gain from Ind]

PC 957 46.9%
C 861 42.2%
Lab 221 10.8%

3rd March 2005 [By-election; C gain from Ind]

C 720 35.7%
PC 351 17.4%
LD 317 15.7%
Lab 175 8.7%
Ind 169 8.4%
Ind 152 7.5%
Ind 131 6.5%

10th June 2004 (4 seats)

David Roberts C 1110 29.6%
Harriet Pearce-Geary Ind 989 26.4%
Olive Ansell Ind 960
David Davies Ind 882
Aled Williams C 834
Maxen Eames-Hughes LD 770 20.5%
Gareth Saunders C 724
Harold Marshall Lab 497 13.2%
Heather Evans PC 386 10.3%

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