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South Woodham - Chetwood and Collingwood Ward — Chelmsford

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2nd May 2019 (3 seats)

Bob Massey C 667 37.4%
Ashley John C 605
Malcolm Sismey C 591
John Miller SWFCTA 522 29.3%
Ian Hammond Grn 392 22.0%
Juliette Rey Grn 349
David Rey Grn 304
Amanda Powling LD 201 11.3%

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Bob Massey C 1991 43.7%
Ashley John C 1811
Malcolm Sismey C 1640
Jill Winn SWFInd 885 19.4%
Lawrence Brennan SWFInd 881
Gray Poole UKIP 778 17.1%
Roy Hardman SWFInd 724
Derek Barnett Lab 520 11.4%
David Rey Grn 381 8.4%

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Ashley John C 1325 44.9%
Robert Massey C 1300
Malcolm Sismey C 1231
Lawrence Brennan SWFInd 766 26.0%
Clifford Vanner Lab 669 22.7%
Christine Weir-Ewing SWFInd 609
Richard Weir-Ewing SWFInd 515
Stephanie Troop Lab 233
Jeffrey Mushens Lab 225
Noel Sutcliffe LD 188 6.4%

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Bob Denston C 1141 71.0%
Maureen Moulds C 1122
Christopher Stephenson C 1101
Paul Moore LD 329 20.5%
Barry Passingham LD 306
Noel Sutcliffe LD 272
Andy Dearman Lab 138 8.6%
Alan Carpenter Lab 134

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Maureen Moulds C 855 66.2%
James Allen C 845
Christopher Stephenson C 829
Matthew Lewis LD 297 23.0%
Noel Sutcliffe LD 287
David Sykes LD 265
Catherine Trevaldwyn Lab 139 10.8%

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