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Local Elections Archive Project

Parks Ward — Swindon

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 Swindon council in that year.

This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2012.

5th May 2011

Fay Howard Lab 1115 53.7%
Timothy Swinyard C 383 18.4%
Terence Hayward UKIP 193 9.3%
Graham Cherry Ind 179 8.6%
Catherine Smith LD 100 4.8%
David Miles Grn 75 3.6%
Stephen Halden SDP 33 1.6%

6th May 2010

Mark Dempsey Lab 1587 43.1%
Graham Cherry C 996 27.0%
Kathleen McCarthy LD 539 14.6%
Reginald Bates BNP 258 7.0%
Terence Hayward UKIP 242 6.6%
Jennifer Miles Grn 62 1.7%

1st May 2008 (2 seats)

Stephen Allsopp Lab 815 41.5%
Graham Cherry C 746 38.0%
Mark Dempsey Lab 703
Claire Ellis C 628
Terence Hayward UKIP 248 12.6%
Mark Grant LD 153 7.8%
John Kurton LD 125

3rd May 2007

Fay Howard Lab 775 40.9%
Graham Cherry C 603 31.8%
Chris Southgate BNP 223 11.8%
Helen Thompson LD 213 11.2%
David Miles Grn 81 4.3%

4th May 2006

Thompson, B. * Lab 694 42.6%
Cherry, G. C 580 35.6%
Miles, D. Green 355 21.8%

10th June 2004

Stephen Allsopp Lab 686 43.7%
Natasha Young C 371 23.6%
Helen Thompson LD 340 21.6%
Melvin Collins Grn 174 11.1%

1st May 2003

Fay Howard Lab 775 53.7%
Natasha Young C 350 24.3%
Jacob Pajak LD 317 22.0%

2nd May 2002

Barrie Thompson Lab 973 64.4%
Natasha Young C 293 19.4%
Ellen Aylett LD 245 16.2%

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