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Village Ward — Stockton-on-Tees

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2nd May 2019 (2 seats)

Ian Dalgarno Thornaby 1146 68.1%
Mick Moore Thornaby 1134
Ivor Morgan Lab 362 21.5%
Ian Geer C 176 10.5%
Lee Spence C 156

7th May 2015 (2 seats)

Ian Dalgarno Thornaby 1507 49.0%
Mick Moore Thornaby 1399
Ian Bailey Lab 1048 34.1%
Beryl Robinson Lab 877
John Chapman C 521 16.9%
Robin Hasling C 444

7th February 2013 [Death of Mick Eddy]

Mick Moore Thornaby 800 61.2%
Leslie Hodge Lab 270 20.6%
Ted Strike UKIP 135 10.3%
John Chapman C 85 6.5%
Isabel Willis LD 18 1.4%

5th May 2011 (2 seats)

Mick Eddy Thornaby 1087 53.1%
Ian Dalgarno Thornaby 1022
Leslie Hodge Lab 660 32.2%
Paul Rowling Lab 591
John Chapman C 242 11.8%
Liam Harrison C 196
Craig Gray LD 60 2.9%
Christopher Swales LD 56

3rd May 2007 (2 seats) [1 Thornaby gain from Lab]

Mick Eddy Thornaby 1066 52.9%
Ian Dalgarno Thornaby 969
Beryl Robinson Lab 552 27.4%
Marsha Stammers Lab 477
John Chapman C 209 10.4%
Dick Wardell C 195
William Sinclair BNP 188 9.3%

5th May 2005 (2 seats)

Ian Dalgarno Thornaby 1262 40.7%
Beryl Robinson Lab 1151 37.2%
Edward Mosley Thornaby 1113
Tracey Stott Lab 1078
Robert Moss C 371 12.0%
Patricia Walton LD 314 10.1%

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