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Local Elections Archive Project

North Portslade Ward — Brighton and Hove

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2nd May 2019 (2 seats)

Peter Atkinson Lab 1476 52.5%
Anne Pissaridou Lab 1171
Hannah Felton C 585 20.8%
Emma Hogan C 553
Ian Harris UKIP 308 10.9%
Patricia Mountain UKIP 302
Sharon Hamlin Grn 281 10.0%
Elizabeth Craig LD 163 5.8%
Alexander Sallons Grn 154

7th May 2015 (2 seats)

Penny Gilbey Lab 2058 37.8%
Peter Atkinson Lab 1963
Sam Evans C 1865 34.2%
Noel Jennings C 1636
Bernie Akehurst UKIP 810 14.9%
Philip Wray UKIP 538
Sharon Hamlin Grn 467 8.6%
Eileen Fierheller LD 203 3.7%
Jane Prisley Grn 173
Andy Barber TUSC 43 0.8%

5th May 2011 (2 seats) [1 Lab gain from C]

Bob Carden Lab 1596 47.4%
Penny Gilbey Lab 1240
Trevor Alford C 1010 30.0%
Kerry Underhill C 639
Jacob Chapman Grn 245 7.3%
Maria McCallum UKIP 155 4.6%
Dave Walsh Grn 130 3.9%
Ali Haydor LD 126 3.7%
Theo Child Ind 106 3.1%
Billie Lewis LD 106

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

Bob Carden Lab 1141 43.1%
Trevor Alford C 1082 40.9%
Theo Brake-Child C 1039
Nicole Murphy Lab 980
Neville Searle LD 244 9.2%
Anthony Ackroyd Grn 179 6.8%
Coreen Sears LD 176
Janette Ackroyd Grn 175

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Robert Carden Lab 1897 54.6%
Donald Turner Lab 1755
Timothy Catt C 863 24.8%
Harinder Gill C 728
Ann Barnard LD 408 11.7%
Anthony Barnard LD 350
Deborah McElroy Grn 307 8.8%
Guy Richardson Grn 152

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