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Appleton Ward — Castle Point

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2nd May 2019

Eoin Egan C 795 52.3%
Lynsey McCarthy-Calvert Ind 487 32.0%
Rosalind Dunhill Lab 239 15.7%

3rd May 2018 [C gain from UKIP]

Wayne Johnson C 1055 64.4%
Freddy West Lab 345 21.1%
Alan Bayley UKIP 237 14.5%

5th May 2016

Thomas Skipp C 832 49.3%
Lee Gardiner UKIP 566 33.6%
Gwyneth Bailey Lab 289 17.1%

7th May 2015

Eugene Egan C 1833 49.4%
James Parkin UKIP 1282 34.5%
Roy English Lab 596 16.1%

22nd May 2014 [UKIP gain from C]

Alan Bayley UKIP 856 44.0%
Charles Mumford C 728 37.4%
Elliott Adair Lab 361 18.6%

3rd May 2012

Thomas Skipp C 849 61.7%
Elliott Adair Lab 526 38.3%

5th May 2011

Eoin Egan C 1346 65.6%
Lorna Trollope Lab 707 34.4%

6th May 2010

Pam Freeman C 1644 45.9%
Lee Gardiner GrnBelt 1228 34.3%
Lorna Trollope Lab 713 19.9%

1st May 2008

Tom Skipp C 1262 73.2%
John Trollope Lab 462 26.8%

3rd May 2007

Eoin Egan C 1189 71.8%
Lorna Trollope Lab 468 28.2%

4th May 2006

Pamela Freeman C 1179 65.3%
Lorna Trollope Lab 627 34.7%

10th June 2004

Thomas Skipp C 1183 64.6%
John Trollope Lab 649 35.4%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Eugene Egan C 864 58.4%
Pamela Freeman C 840
Thomas Skipp C 830
Michael Gamble Lab 615 41.6%
John Trollope Lab 587
Lorna Trollope Lab 566

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