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Southville Ward — Bristol

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

7th May 2015 [Grn gain from Lab]

Stephen Clarke Grn 3242 44.4%
Dwayne Sinclair Lab 2093 28.7%
James Stevenson C 1215 16.7%
Lena Wright LD 576 7.9%
Matthew Carey TUSC 169 2.3%

22nd May 2014

Charlie Bolton Grn 1700 42.5%
Celia Phipps Lab 1322 33.1%
Paul Turner UKIP 402 10.1%
James Stevenson C 289 7.2%
Lena Wright LD 208 5.2%
Matthew Carey TUSC 76 1.9%

5th May 2011

Sean Beynon Lab 1856 43.3%
Charles Bolton Grn 1613 37.7%
Adam Tayler C 499 11.7%
Lena Wright LD 314 7.3%

6th May 2010

Tess Green Grn 2150 33.8%
Barbara Brown Lab 1892 29.8%
Lena Wright LD 1606 25.3%
Paul Smith C 707 11.1%

3rd May 2007

Sean Beynon Lab 1469 40.1%
Tess Green Grn 1463 40.0%
Simon Scarpa C 332 9.1%
Pauline Allen LD 216 5.9%
Jon Harris Ind 181 4.9%

4th May 2006 [Grn gain from Lab]

Charles Bolton Grn 1439 40.6%
Matthew Symonds Lab 1432 40.4%
Jonathan Heyes C 377 10.6%
Matthew Greenwood LD 296 8.4%

1st May 2003

Linda Salter Lab 1294 40.9%
Charles Bolton Grn 923 29.2%
Anthony Smith C 419 13.3%
Andrew Kybert LD 306 9.7%
Merv Woolford Bristoln 159 5.0%
Mark Baker SocAlt 60 1.9%

2nd May 2002

Matthew Symonds Lab 1285 44.9%
Charles Bolton Grn 534 18.7%
Philip Cobbold C 494 17.3%
Paul Elvin LD 442 15.5%
Jonathan Harris SocAll 105 3.7%

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