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Local Elections Archive Project

South Lake Ward — Wokingham

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2nd May 2019

Laura Blumenthal C 798 44.2%
Beth Rowland LD 757 42.0%
Tony Skuse Lab 249 13.8%

3rd May 2018 [C gain from LD]

Jenny Cheng C 801 40.5%
Beth Rowland LD 682 34.4%
Tony Skuse Lab 497 25.1%

7th May 2015 [C gain from LD]

Laura Blumenthal C 1203 40.7%
Kay Gilder LD 898 30.4%
Kieran Pearson Lab 448 15.2%
Amelia Gonzalez-Gil UKIP 293 9.9%
Alison Pope Grn 111 3.8%

22nd May 2014

Beth Rowland LD 535 33.9%
Laura Blumenthal C 462 29.3%
Timothy Robinson UKIP 275 17.4%
Ian Hills Lab 222 14.1%
Pamela Prior Grn 85 5.4%

5th May 2011

Kay Gilder LD 828 44.3%
Chris Smith C 606 32.4%
Ian Hills Lab 315 16.9%
Julia Titus Grn 119 6.4%

6th May 2010

Beth Rowland LD 1481 47.1%
Jenny Cheng C 1091 34.7%
Ian Hills Lab 423 13.4%
Martin Martinez UKIP 152 4.8%

3rd May 2007

Kay Gilder LD 864 52.2%
Parry Batth C 560 33.8%
Geoffrey Bulpit UKIP 125 7.6%
Roger Hayes Lab 106 6.4%

4th May 2006

Beth Rowland LD 724 45.9%
Parry Singh Batth C 611 38.7%
Paul Sharples Lab 134 8.5%
David Hill UKIP 108 6.8%

10th June 2004 (2 seats)

Kay Gilder LD 724 48.2%
Elizabeth Rowland LD 682
William Henderson C 409 27.2%
Susan Doughty C 406
David Hill UKIP 205 13.7%
John Flen Lab 163 10.9%
John Goodman Lab 150

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