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Brotton Ward — Redcar and Cleveland

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

7th May 2015 (3 seats) [1 C gain from Lab]

Barry Hunt Ind 1501 36.5%
Michael Dick Lab 1062 25.8%
Malcolm Griffiths C 940 22.9%
Brian Hogg Ind 870
Geraldine Nuttall Lab 843
Kay Walker Ind 827
Ian Urwin Lab 820
Valerie Miller Ind 640
Dahlian Kirby Grn 610 14.8%

5th May 2011 (3 seats) [1 ECI gain from Lab]

Brian Hogg Lab 776 30.4%
Barry Hunt ECI 679 26.6%
Doreen Rudland Lab 620
Richard Rudland Lab 614
Kay Walker ECI 547
Don Agar C 508 19.9%
Trevor Welburn UKIP 297 11.6%
Valerie Miller LD 295 11.5%

26th August 2010 [Resignation of Peter Scott]

Doreen Rudland Lab 565 38.1%
Barry Hunt Ind 351 23.7%
Val Miller LD 315 21.2%
Donald Agar C 220 14.8%
Michael George BNP 33 2.2%

3rd May 2007 (3 seats) [2 Lab gains from LD]

Brian Hogg Lab 858 39.1%
Richard Rudland Lab 728
Peter Scott Lab 647
Valerie Miller LD 637 29.0%
Kay Walker LD 581
Andrew Morgan C 422 19.2%
Norma Morris LD 405
George Bolton C 365
Christine Swales Ind 280 12.7%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Brian Hogg Lab 1189 43.7%
Valerie Miller LD 1036 38.1%
Kay Walker LD 1002
Barry Hunt Lab 985
Norma Morris LD 834
Eileen Goodenough Lab 796
Roberta Jackson C 497 18.3%

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