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Local Elections Archive Project

St Pauls Ward — Tendring

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 Tendring council in that year.

This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2019.

15th February 2018 [Resignation of Jack Parsons; C gain from UKIP]

Sue Honeywood C 378 39.5%
Stephen Andrews Ind 160 16.7%
William Hones Ind 134 14.0%
Rosie-Roella Kevlin Lab 114 11.9%
Keith Pitkin LD 79 8.3%
Mike Vaughan-Chatfield UKIP 71 7.4%
Robert Cockroft Grn 20 2.1%

5th May 2016 [Resignation of Ashley Mooney]

Jack Parsons UKIP 424 37.5%
Danny Mayzes C 311 27.5%
William Hones Ind 248 21.9%
Chris Bird Lab 148 13.1%

7th May 2015 (2 seats) [1 UKIP gain from Tendring, 1 C gain from Tendring]

John Mooney UKIP 944 37.0%
Andy Massey C 838 32.9%
Pierre Oxley Tendring 766 30.1%
Mike Vaughan-Chatfield UKIP 760
Ann Oxley Tendring 754
Jonathan Wright C 611

5th May 2011 (2 seats)

Pierre Oxley Tendring 945 58.2%
David Oxley Tendring 928
Mick Skeels C 680 41.8%
Andy Wood C 618

3rd May 2007 (2 seats) [2 Tendring gains from C]

Pierre Oxley Tendring 1106 71.5%
David Oxley Tendring 1086
Catherine Jessop C 440 28.5%
Matthew Woods C 384

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Pierre Oxley C 793 55.5%
Catherine Jessop C 701
David Gamman Lab 239 16.7%
Brian White Ind 219 15.3%
Christine Jarvis LD 177 12.4%
Sylvia Smith LD 154

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