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Paston Ward — Peterborough

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2016.

7th May 2015 [Lab gain from C]

Jonas Hopogap Yonga Lab 1116 33.6%
Bryan Tyler C 1037 31.3%
Sharon Varkalis UKIP 842 25.4%
Peter Chivall LD 171 5.2%
Roger Proudfoot Grn 151 4.6%

22nd May 2014 [UKIP gain from C]

Frances Fox UKIP 752 41.0%
Nicola Day Lab 641 34.9%
June Bull C 443 24.1%

3rd May 2012 [Lab gain from C]

John Knowles Lab 687 50.3%
David Day C 678 49.7%

5th May 2011

Susan Day C 802 42.1%
John Knowles Lab 577 30.3%
Robert Harris Lib 396 20.8%
Marcus Parry Ind 132 6.9%

6th May 2010

George Simons C 1270 42.1%
Simon Evans Lib 932 30.9%
Vincent Moon Lab 818 27.1%

1st May 2008 [C gain from Lab]

David Day C 826 54.3%
Colin Caborn Lab 385 25.3%
Susan Lovelock Lib 309 20.3%

3rd May 2007 [C gain from Lab]

Sue Day C 735 45.7%
Colin Caborn Lab 479 29.8%
Christine Cunningham Lib 396 24.6%

4th May 2006 [C gain from Lib]

Lee Gilbert C 681 41.3%
Tony Palfrey Lib 516 31.3%
Petr Torak Lab 450 27.3%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

John Bleakney Lab 672 39.9%
Colin Caborn Lab 515
Tony Palfrey Lib 511 30.3%
Simon Evans Lib 507
Zahid Hussain C 502 29.8%
Carol Porteious C 501
Alan Clark Lab 489
David Porteious C 483

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