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Chelmer Village and Beaulieu Park Ward — Chelmsford

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2nd May 2019 (3 seats) [2 LD gains from C]

Rose Moore LD 1150 42.6%
Neil Gulliver C 1012 37.5%
Dan Clark LD 985
Dave Havell LD 944
Susan Sullivan C 931
Graham McGhie C 918
Nigel Carter UKIP 305 11.3%
Steven Haigh Lab 234 8.7%
Harrison Dalby Lab 233

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Ron Alcock C 3134 51.4%
Neil Gulliver C 2906
Duncan Lumley C 2606
Nigel Carter UKIP 929 15.2%
Daniel Ebdon Lab 790 13.0%
Martin Ashby LD 773 12.7%
Nastassia Player Lab 731
Paul Walentowicz Lab 626
Mary Bastick LD 579
Thomas Fleetham Grn 472 7.7%
Richard Pennicard LD 459

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Ronald Alcock C 2155 68.2%
Neil Gulliver C 2047
Duncan Lumley C 2017
Colin Farquhar Lab 595 18.8%
Max Gibson Lab 564
Paul Walentowicz Lab 504
Mary Bastick LD 412 13.0%
Lester Wakeling LD 375
Richard Pennicard LD 353

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Neil Gulliver C 1562 69.2%
Ronald Alcock C 1560
Duncan Lumley C 1544
Stephen Asher LD 442 19.6%
David Mackrory LD 437
Richard Pennicard LD 369
Max Gibson Lab 254 11.2%
Jeffrey Mushens Lab 234
Mark Player Lab 220

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Duncan Lumley C 977 63.4%
Ronald Alcock C 966
Neil Gulliver C 901
Robert Webb LD 345 22.4%
John Styles LD 319
Andrew Robson LD 288
James Russell Lab 218 14.2%

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