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Bilborough Ward — Nottingham

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2019.

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Wendy Smith Lab 3559 54.2%
Malcolm Wood Lab 3122
Marcia Watson Lab 3010
Adam Gray UKIP 1413 21.5%
David Hall UKIP 1369
Alan Collins UKIP 1338
Roger Alton C 1141 17.4%
Denise Appleby C 1067
Ian Culley C 852
John Calvert LD 452 6.9%

4th April 2013 [Death of Derek Cresswell]

Wendy Smith Lab 1542 67.2%
Irenea Marriott UKIP 347 15.1%
Ian Culley C 176 7.7%
Katharina Boettge Grn 103 4.5%
John Calvert LD 96 4.2%
David Bishop Elvis 31 1.4%

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Derek Cresswell Lab 2573 61.3%
Malcolm Wood Lab 2407
Marcia Watson Lab 2288
Ian Culley C 824 19.6%
Husham Chattar C 780
Vera Cross C 763
John Calvert LD 421 10.0%
Bob Brindley BNP 381 9.1%
Bob Coyne BNP 379

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Derek Cresswell Lab 1877 46.5%
Malcolm Wood Lab 1774
Marcia Watson Lab 1588
Craig Cox C 889 22.0%
Robert Hurley C 858
Matthew Gayle C 832
John Calvert LD 820 20.3%
Eric Walker Ind 449 11.1%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Derek Cresswell Lab 1956 57.1%
Susan Scott Lab 1912
Malcolm Wood Lab 1888
Peter Jackson C 855 24.9%
Joyce Richards C 772
Janet Shore C 768
John Calvert LD 617 18.0%

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