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Mapperley Ward — Nottingham

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

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Rosemary Healy Lab 2941 33.9%
Leslie Ayoola Lab 2796
Chris Tansley Lab 2422
Bill Dennis C 1730 20.0%
Jim Fields C 1505
Samantha Tema Grn 1289 14.9%
Emma Dewinton Ind 1288 14.9%
Alexander Lamont C 1281
Sally Cook UKIP 834 9.6%
Peter Mendenhall LD 589 6.8%
Lee Waters UKIP 564
Rhea Waters UKIP 481

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Emma Dewinton Lab 2358 49.2%
Rosemary Healy Lab 2059
Thulani Molife Lab 1836
Bill Dennis C 1413 29.5%
Jim Fields C 1304
Mohammed Maqsood C 1101
Anthony Hamilton Grn 572 11.9%
John Hay LD 451 9.4%
Dan Caseley LD 358
Dora Kostiuk LD 313

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Emily Dewinton Lab 1744 39.8%
Michael Edwards Lab 1649
Mohammed Choudhary Lab 1541
William Dennis C 1475 33.7%
Alexander Lamont C 1342
Dean Fischer C 1319
Jane Carruthers Grn 635 14.5%
John Hay LD 524 12.0%
Ishtiaq Haq LD 374
Zulqurein Yousaf LD 231

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Emma Dewinton Lab 1560 36.2%
Michael Edwards Lab 1467
Mo Munir Lab 1328
William Bradbury C 1280 29.7%
Timothy Bowler C 1209
Anthony Mittenshaw-Hodge C 1022
Jane Carruthers Grn 533 12.4%
Peter Kunzlik LD 481 11.1%
Anthony Stock Ind 461 10.7%

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