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East Cliff and Springbourne Ward — Bournemouth

Note:— Local by-elections may be missing. If the result for a particular year does not appear on this page, click on the link to see all results for Bournemouth council in that year.

This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2019.

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Anne Filer C 1934 36.6%
Michael Filer C 1812
David Kelsey C 1740
Christine Draper UKIP 1056 20.0%
Carol Milner Lab 865 16.4%
Stephen Laughton Lab 856
James Letchford Grn 829 15.7%
David Thompson Lab 810
Elizabeth McManus Grn 787
Samantha Monks Grn 736
Alfreda Barton LD 606 11.5%

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Anne Filer C 1505 53.6%
David Kelsey C 1433
Michael Filer C 1416
Louise Bell Lab 762 27.1%
Carol Milner Lab 699
David Thompson Lab 687
Stuart Thomas LD 540 19.2%

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Michael Filer C 1447 47.4%
Anne Filer C 1438
David Kelsey C 1185
David Clutterbuck Ind 608 19.9%
Michael Finch LD 309 10.1%
Joseph Henry LD 294
Roger Eede Grn 286 9.4%
Carol Milner Lab 249 8.2%
Douglas Milner Lab 215
Louise Milner Lab 175
Keith Butt UKIP 156 5.1%
Roma Butt UKIP 135
Michael MacLaire-Hillier UKIP 129

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Anne Filer C 1122 40.2%
Michael Filer C 1113
David Clutterbuck C 1063
Michael Finch LD 1031 36.9%
Peter Gregory LD 1021
Duncan Smith LD 913
Carol Milner Lab 303 10.9%
Robert Overall Ind 264 9.5%
Frank Coney-Lax DorsetSW 71 2.5%

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