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Skelton 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]

David Walsh Lab 1205 26.6%
Helen McLuckie Lab 1111
Cliff Foggo C 1044 23.0%
Ian Taylor Lab 1041
Maret Ward C 994
Stuart Todd UKIP 968 21.4%
Brian Briggs Ind 847 18.7%
Margaret Briggs Ind 602
Dean Axford Grn 468 10.3%
Ray Cawley Ind 415
Sean Sleightholm Grn 321

8th August 2013 [Resignation of Dave McLuckie]

David Walsh Lab 745 46.1%
Stuart Todd UKIP 485 30.0%
Anne Watts C 176 10.9%
James Carrolle Ind 170 10.5%
Rod Waite LD 40 2.5%

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Brian Briggs Lab 1238 54.6%
Dave McLuckie Lab 921
Helen McLuckie Lab 876
James Carrolle C 718 31.7%
Mark Watts C 657
Judith Carter LD 312 13.8%
David Lundqvist LD 269
Norma Morris LD 248

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Brian Briggs Lab 1225 50.6%
Dave McLuckie Lab 1080
Helen McLuckie Lab 1004
James Carrolle C 672 27.7%
Michael King C 667
Stephanie Hinson C 642
Colin Harbinson Ind 354 14.6%
Debbie Harbinson Ind 342
Kevin Broughton BNP 171 7.1%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Brian Briggs Lab 1700 58.7%
Dave McLuckie Lab 1492
Helen McLuckie Lab 1378
Geoffrey Shaw C 1194 41.3%
James Carrolle C 1027
Michael King C 1021

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