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Local Elections Archive Project

Campden Ward — Kensington and Chelsea

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 Kensington and Chelsea council in that year.

This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2014.

6th May 2010 (3 seats)

Tim Ahern C 1786 67.1%
Christopher Buckmaster C 1774
Robert Freeman C 1682
Lucy Elliott LD 592 22.2%
Priscilla Congreve LD 524
James Crichton-Miller LD 484
Mark Sautter Lab 285 10.7%
Ghulam Lasharie Lab 273
John Parsons Lab 261

4th May 2006 (3 seats)

Tim Ahern C 1189 58.9%
Christopher Buckmaster C 1155
Robert Freeman C 1113
Dylan Banks Grn 436 21.6%
James Crichton-Miller LD 263 13.0%
John Florentin LD 232
Brian Orrell LD 145
Robert Cook Lab 132 6.5%
Michael O'Keeffe Lab 115

2nd May 2002 (3 seats)

Christopher Buckmaster C 1078 73.1%
Tim Ahern C 1059
Robert Freeman C 1035
James Chrichton-Miller LD 243
Christopher Townsend LD 226 15.3%
John Florentin LD 211
Mary Blanchet Lab 170 11.5%
Jacob Tompkins Lab 151
Ben Hooberman Lab 134

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