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Stanground Central Ward — Peterborough

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

7th May 2015 (2 seats)

Raymond Bisby C 1731 32.9%
John Whitby UKIP 1560 29.6%
Marco Cereste C 1418
Margaret Thulbourn Lab 1273 24.2%
Christopher York Lab 1031
Jonathan Phillipson Brown Grn 376 7.1%
Nicholas Capp EDP 324 6.2%

22nd May 2014

Brian Rush C 957 40.2%
Chris York Lab 811 34.1%
Nick Capp EDP 610 25.7%

3rd May 2012

Irene Walsh C 719 39.0%
Ron Graves Lab 701 38.1%
Nick Capp EDP 269 14.6%
Julian Bray Ind 153 8.3%

5th May 2011

Marco Cereste C 996 40.0%
Christopher York Lab 818 32.8%
Stephen Goldspink EDP 574 23.0%
John Swallow Ind 105 4.2%

6th May 2010

Brian Rush C 1683 54.8%
Christopher York Lab 1307 42.6%
Jane Cage EDP 79 2.6%

1st May 2008

Irene Walsh C 1060 52.3%
Christopher York Ind 504 24.9%
John Knowles Lab 462 22.8%

3rd May 2007 [C gain from Lab]

Marco Cereste C 1105 52.5%
Ray Palmer Lab 1001 47.5%

4th May 2006 (2 seats)

Brian Rush C 1115 52.3%
Irene Walsh C 1010
Ann Sylvester Lab 723 33.9%
Colin Martin Lab 666
Andrew Nash LD 295 13.8%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

Clifford Sneesby C 1034 51.3%
Raymond Palmer Lab 982 48.7%
Brian Rush C 942
Ann Sylvester Lab 907
Vincenzo Narducci Lab 890
Michael Donnelly C 771

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