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Kirkleatham Ward — Redcar and Cleveland

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

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Brenda Forster Lab 1412 28.8%
Kevin Firman Lab 1337
Dale Quigley Lab 1178
Frank Harrison UKIP 988 20.1%
Ian Jones LD 816 16.6%
Jack Hassan C 695 14.2%
Mark Hannon Ind 680 13.8%
John Hannon Ind 674
Billy Barnes Grn 319 6.5%
Richard Laverick Grn 293

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Mark Hannon Lab 777 33.8%
Brenda Forster Lab 768
Dale Quigley Lab 689
John Hannon Ind 650 28.3%
Theresa Cave LD 576 25.1%
Debi Waite LD 520
Ben Sheperia Ind 506
Rod Waite LD 472
John Hassan C 295 12.8%

2nd October 2008 [By-election; LD gain from Lab]

LD 1031 56.4%
Lab 486 26.6%
C 204 11.2%
BNP 106 5.8%

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Norman Davies Lab 698 42.5%
Brenda Forster Lab 691
Mark Hannon Lab 660
Carol Johnson LD 508 30.9%
Alan Langner LD 503
Ann Plummer LD 502
Joy Bishop C 438 26.6%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Norman Davies Lab 1241 51.3%
Brenda Forster Lab 1228
Mark Hannon Lab 1142
Kelly Abbott LD 657 27.2%
John Reveley LD 624
Carol Johnson LD 623
Joan Bolton C 520 21.5%
Michael Moody C 511
Jacqueline Rouse C 417

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