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Fernhurst Ward — Blackburn with Darwen

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2018.

5th May 2016

John Slater C 791 64.2%
Donna Talbot Lab 442 35.8%

7th May 2015

Jacquie Slater C 1469 50.3%
Annette Murphy Lab 890 30.5%
Sean Clark UKIP 559 19.2%

22nd May 2014

Denise Gee C 601 38.6%
Charlotte Kovacs Lab 538 34.5%
Sean Clark UKIP 420 26.9%

3rd May 2012

John Slater C 758 61.3%
Donald McKinlay Lab 478 38.7%

5th May 2011

Jacquie Slater C 936 61.7%
Katie Haworth Lab 581 38.3%

6th May 2010 [C gain from EFP]

Denise Gee C 1411 47.6%
Annette Murphy Lab 899 30.3%
Daniel Wilson LD 501 16.9%
Wilf Helliwell Darwen 156 5.3%

1st May 2008

John Slater C 981 65.8%
Barbara Arkley Lab 256 17.2%
Glenn Evans Darwen 143 9.6%
David Carter Grn 112 7.5%

3rd May 2007

Jacqueline Slater C 852 56.2%
Annette Murphy Lab 436 28.8%
David Carter Grn 129 8.5%
Brian Morris LD 99 6.5%

4th May 2006 [EFP gain from C]

Robert Johnson EFP 598 37.1%
John Raseta C 553 34.3%
Martin Talbot Lab 304 18.9%
Robin Field Grn 156 9.7%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

Harold Slater C 743 46.2%
Jacqueline Slater C 719
John Raseta C 579
Graham Carter Grn 473 29.4%
Peter Dawson Lab 392 24.4%
Michael Madigan Lab 365
Stephen Wolski Lab 358
Robin Field Grn 291

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