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Local Elections Archive Project

Bridlington Central and Old Town Ward — East Riding

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 East Riding council in that year.

2nd May 2019 (2 seats) [1 Ind gain from UKIP]

Liam Dealtry Ind 884 39.5%
Richard Burton C 764 34.2%
Alan Felber Ind 426
Mike Dixon Lab 390 17.4%
Margaret Pinder Lab 361
Malcolm Milns Ind 355
Mike Heslop-Mullens LD 199 8.9%

7th May 2015 (2 seats) [1 UKIP gain from SDP]

Richard Burton C 1925 34.0%
Malcom Milns UKIP 1653 29.2%
Peter Astell Lab 1355 23.9%
John Morton Lab 920
Mike Heslop-Mullens LD 733 12.9%

27th November 2014 [Death of Ray Allerston; UKIP gain from SDP]

Malcolm Milns UKIP 401 30.8%
John Copsey C 352 27.1%
Liam Dealtry Ind 217 16.7%
Terry Dixon Ind 214 16.5%
Neil Tate Ind 116 8.9%

5th May 2011 (2 seats)

Raymond Allerston SDP 1167 37.6%
Richard Burton C 903 29.1%
Liam Dealtry Lab 864 27.8%
John Copsey C 685
Peter Astell Lab 644
Jackie Foster SDP 497
Linda Chambers LD 173 5.6%

3rd May 2007 (2 seats) [1 C gain from SDP]

Raymond Allerston SDP 1404 37.1%
Richard Burton C 982 25.9%
Les Taylor SDP 709
Ben Cruxon BNP 554 14.6%
Ako Atkinson LD 435 11.5%
Cherry Walton Lab 413 10.9%

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Raymond Allerston SDP 1491 53.0%
Christine Allerston SDP 1394
Ian Male Lab 466 16.6%
Liam Dealtry C 442 15.7%
Geoffrey Pickering C 396
David Rowlands Lab 332
Ian Dunning Ind 295 10.5%
Robert Buckley LD 120 4.3%
Keith Chambers LD 112

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