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Eston 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 Eston gain from Lab]

Christopher Massey Lab 1197 29.9%
Geraldine Williams Lab 1105
Ann Higgins Eston 1087 27.2%
Joe Parker Lab 1060
Vincent Smith Eston 891
Stephen Gidney UKIP 736 18.4%
Olwyn Peters Ind 472 11.8%
Steve Goldswain Ind 301
John Matchett C 269 6.7%
Tracy Jacobs LD 236 5.9%
Rob Midgley Ind 214

5th May 2011 (3 seats) [2 Lab gains from Ind]

Olwyn Peters Lab 1038 47.5%
Christopher Massey Lab 965
Steven Goldswain Lab 926
Ann Higgins Eston 923 42.3%
Geoff McPherson Eston 815
Vincent Smith Eston 806
Brian Hughes-Mundy C 128 5.9%
Helen Hadfield LD 94 4.3%
Gail Leggett LD 80
Yvonne Joy LD 70

3rd May 2007 (3 seats) [1 Lab gain from Ind]

Ann Higgins Ind 890 41.3%
Olwyn Peters Lab 857 39.8%
Liz Beadle Ind 841
John Simms Lab 812
Vincent Smith Ind 781
Beryl Dunning Lab 780
Wayne Burdett BNP 174 8.1%
Carol Smith LD 120 5.6%
Russell Hutchinson C 113 5.2%
Colin Crawford LD 86
Patricia Todd LD 67

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Ann Higgins Ind 1579 51.9%
Vincent Smith Ind 1487
Christopher Beadle Ind 1464
John Simms Lab 1154 37.9%
David Walsh Lab 856
Patrick Harford Lab 841
Stewart Dadd C 309 10.2%

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