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Wollaton East and Lenton Abbey Ward — Nottingham

Note:— Local by-elections may be missing. If the result for a particular year does not appear on this page, click on the link to see all results for Nottingham council in that year.

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

7th May 2015 (2 seats)

Sally Longford Lab 1686 46.5%
Sam Webster Lab 1254
Samuel Armstrong C 754 20.8%
John Edward C 728
Duncan Davis Grn 471 13.0%
Adam McGregor Grn 441
Barry Holliday LD 355 9.8%
Callum Southern LD 278
Steven de la Salle UKIP 277 7.6%
John Allen TUSC 80 2.2%

4th April 2013 [Resignation of Stuart Fox]

Sam Webster Lab 627 52.9%
Tony Sutton LD 368 31.0%
Jeanna Parton C 116 9.8%
Andrew Taylor UKIP 75 6.3%

5th May 2011 (2 seats) [2 Lab gains from LD]

Sally Longford Lab 981 42.9%
Stuart Fox Lab 942
Dave Oldham LD 676 29.6%
Tony Sutton LD 631
James Spencer C 551 24.1%
Jane Upton C 530
Chris Sneap UKIP 79 3.5%
Andrew Taylor UKIP 54

3rd May 2007 (2 seats)

David Oldham LD 673 42.7%
Tony Sutton LD 672
Jeremy Alderson C 539 34.2%
Elaine Ryley C 522
Elisabeth Morris Lab 276 17.5%
Howard Morris Lab 236
Jacob Vincent Ind 87 5.5%

5th May 2005 [By-election; LD gain from Ind]

LD 1045 35.0%
C 901 30.2%
Lab 759 25.4%
Grn 220 7.4%
UKIP 60 2.0%

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Kevin Mulloy LD 731 41.7%
Bill Smith LD 688
David Poole C 681 38.9%
John Edward C 672
Violet Dixon Lab 339 19.4%
Matthew Mills Lab 317

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