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Strouden Park Ward — Bournemouth

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

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

John Adams C 2231 43.7%
John Trickett C 1863
Michael Weinhonig C 1626
Ann Coleman UKIP 1040 20.4%
Matthew Hughes UKIP 945
Jill Amphlett Lab 922 18.1%
Ray O'Luby Lab 746
Conrad Tracy Lab 657
Matthew Harvey Grn 514 10.1%
Molly Heinrich Grn 510
Craig Norman LD 396 7.8%
David Ruffer LD 355

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

John Adams C 1405 46.6%
John Trickett C 1308
Michael Weinhonig C 1189
Dorothy Borthwick Ind 561 18.6%
Jill Amphlett Lab 517 17.1%
David Shaw Ind 517
Kurt Lee Ind 473
Tony Cleasby Lab 454
Tim Drage Lab 429
Catherine Bishop LD 291 9.6%
Paul Bishop LD 250
Derek Law UKIP 242 8.0%
Iris Law UKIP 204

3rd May 2007 (3 seats) [3 C gains from LD]

David Shaw C 1574 52.7%
John Trickett C 1558
Michael Weinhonig C 1413
Bronwen Littlewood LD 791 26.5%
Angela Manton LD 738
James Barnes LD 683
Tony Fowle Ind 547 18.3%
Jamie Pullman Lab 75 2.5%
Austin McCormack Lab 67
Jennie Maund Lab 63

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Jean Littlewood LD 1363 55.1%
Theresa Manton LD 1361
Richard Smith LD 1283
Jane Lapham C 789 31.9%
Robert Buller C 776
Daryl Stafford C 765
Arthur O'Luby Lab 320 12.9%

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