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Redland Ward — Bristol

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2016.

22nd May 2014 [Grn gain from LD]

Martin Fodor Grn 1465 36.2%
Alex Smethurst LD 709 17.5%
Philip Jardine Lab 689 17.0%
Christopher Morton C 661 16.3%
Stella Perrett IfB 327 8.1%
Christine Wyndham-Thomas UKIP 171 4.2%
Laura Collins TUSC 26 0.6%

2nd May 2013

Fi Hance LD 881 32.8%
Martin Fodor Grn 590 22.0%
Philip Jardine Lab 535 19.9%
Graham Godwin-Pearson C 448 16.7%
Christine Thomas UKIP 200 7.5%
Martyn Ahmet TUSC 30 1.1%

6th May 2010

Sylvia Townsend LD 3000 44.6%
Graham Godwin-Pearson C 1444 21.5%
Robert Triggs Grn 1243 18.5%
Helen Sproates Lab 1034 15.4%

4th June 2009

Fi Hance LD 1453 38.2%
David Joseph Grn 967 25.4%
James Barlow C 865 22.8%
Helen Sproates Lab 516 13.6%

4th May 2006

Sylvia Townsend LD 1329 40.0%
Julian Strong C 872 26.3%
David Joseph Grn 693 20.9%
Faruk Choudhury Lab 425 12.8%

5th May 2005

James White LD 2493 43.0%
Douglas Newton C 1292 22.3%
Malcolm Patterson Lab 1191 20.5%
Lela McTernan Grn 828 14.3%

2nd May 2002

Sylvia Townsend LD 1486 46.4%
Alastair Watson C 812 25.4%
Kerry Barker Lab 576 18.0%
Justin Quinnell Grn 328 10.2%

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