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Windmill Hill Ward — Bristol

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

7th May 2015 [Grn gain from LD]

Deborah Joffe Grn 2810 39.9%
Teresa Stratford Lab 1821 25.8%
Andrew Brown LD 1465 20.8%
Barbara Lewis C 845 12.0%
Tom Baldwin TUSC 107 1.5%

22nd May 2014 [Lab gain from LD]

Sam Mongon Lab 1107 29.0%
Andrew Brown LD 1100 28.8%
Pip Sheard Grn 920 24.1%
Al Shute UKIP 350 9.2%
Tony Lee C 247 6.5%
Tom Baldwin TUSC 94 2.5%

5th May 2011

Mark Bailey LD 2118 50.5%
Narraser Gordon Lab 1086 25.9%
Lex Cumber Grn 588 14.0%
Tony Lee C 255 6.1%
Tom Baldwin TUSC 143 3.4%

6th May 2010

Alf Havvock LD 3284 51.8%
Tobin Webb Lab 1518 24.0%
Stephen Petter Grn 700 11.0%
Graham Morris C 659 10.4%
Ronald George BNP 175 2.8%

3rd May 2007

Mark Bailey LD 1405 44.5%
Christopher Orlik Lab 758 24.0%
Stephen Petter Grn 593 18.8%
Graham Morris C 275 8.7%
Thomas Baldwin SocAlt 129 4.1%

4th May 2006 [LD gain from Lab]

Alf Havvock LD 1477 41.7%
Christopher Orlick Lab 1114 31.4%
Stephen Petter Grn 665 18.8%
Graham Morris C 290 8.2%

1st May 2003

Mark Bailey LD 1558 46.4%
Diane Bunyan Lab 917 27.3%
Patrick Hulme Grn 327 9.7%
Graham Morris C 229 6.8%
Roy Norris Bristoln 226 6.7%
Sharon Foley SocAll 99 2.9%

2nd May 2002

Christopher Orlik Lab 1005 41.0%
Joyce Cooper LD 487 19.9%
Partick Hulme Grn 405 16.5%
Graham Morris C 361 14.7%
Arnie Nevin SocAll 126 5.1%
Katherine Cremer SocLab 67 2.7%

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