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Christchurch Ward — Bexley

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2018.

22nd May 2014 (3 seats)

Roy Ashmole C 1542 38.6%
John Fuller C 1541
Brad Smith C 1461
Rick Millward UKIP 1090 27.3%
Eric Davies Lab 859 21.5%
Kathy Steedman Lab 757
Peter West Lab 650
David Hall LD 267 6.7%
Ben Scott BNP 241 6.0%
Suleyman Tank LD 158
Fikret Tosun LD 130

6th May 2010 (3 seats)

Brad Smith C 2799 46.4%
James Spencer C 2716
Roy Ashmole C 2674
Beverly Bassom LD 1463 24.2%
John Brooks LD 1251
Jack Stephens LD 1250
John Holbrook Lab 1138 18.9%
Michael O'Neill Lab 1043
Pauline Turner Lab 980
Gordon Davis BNP 637 10.6%

30th July 2008 [By-election]

C 1192 47.8%
LD 459 18.4%
BNP 431 17.3%
Lab 411 16.5%

4th May 2006 (3 seats)

Roy Ashmole C 2205 63.9%
Ian Clement C 2188
Leonard Newton C 2098
Stephanie David Lab 733 21.2%
Floyd Millen Lab 633
Peter West Lab 621
Maureen Hall LD 513 14.9%
David Hall LD 501
Betty Lockington LD 443

2nd May 2002 (3 seats)

Roy Ashmole C 1529 48.8%
Ian Clement C 1455
Leonard Newton C 1427
Ursula Ayliffe Lab 834 26.6%
Wendy Phillips Lab 785
Lindsay Burnstead Lab 784
John Brand LD 401 12.8%
Betty Lockington LD 378
Maria O'Hare LD 318
Stanley Carter Ind 262 8.4%
Lisa Hawkins UKIP 110 3.5%

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