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St Germain's Ward — Redcar and Cleveland

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 Redcar and Cleveland council in that year.

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

5th October 2017 [Death of Marjorie Moses]

Deborah Dowson LD 661 38.4%
David Jones Lab 368 21.4%
John Lambert Ind 261 15.2%
Vic Jeffries Ind 225 13.1%
Olwyn Twentyman C 174 10.1%
Nicola Riley Grn 31 1.8%

7th May 2015 (3 seats) [2 LD gains from Lab]

Marjorie Moses LD 1293 29.9%
Karen King LD 1218
Margaret Wilson LD 1125
Alan Griffiths Lab 861 19.9%
Jean Jones Lab 842
Marilyn Marshall Lab 816
John Robinson UKIP 694 16.0%
Sheila Berry C 549 12.7%
Tony Dodsworth Grn 500 11.6%
Mike Lockey Ind 432 10.0%
Deborah Newman Grn 417
Jenny Macgregor Ind 296

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

Tristan Learoyd Lab 1263 39.2%
Madge Moses LD 1054 32.7%
Sean Pryce Lab 1001
Lisa Rigg LD 998
Marilyn Marshall Lab 991
Margaret Wilson LD 921
James Cooper Ind 547 17.0%
Jennifer Bell C 359 11.1%

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Marjorie Moses LD 1218 52.8%
Margaret Wilson LD 1107
Deborah Dowson LD 1088
Ray Hensby Lab 546 23.7%
John Moody C 541 23.5%
Craig Laskey Lab 503
John Rider C 498

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Marjorie Moses LD 1763 47.3%
Bill Goodwill LD 1702
Margaret Wilson LD 1477
Peter Atkinson Ind 1025 27.5%
Kenneth Seymour Ind 536
John Moody C 487 13.1%
Peter Briggs Lab 452 12.1%
Vera Rider C 428
James Hill Lab 355

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