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Falconwood and Welling Ward — Bexley

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

22nd May 2014 (3 seats)

Nigel Betts C 1770 39.5%
Val Clark C 1498
Louie French C 1445
Pamela Perrin UKIP 1271 28.3%
Dennis Ball Lab 816 18.2%
Stephen Perfect Lab 812
Josephine Choda Lab 720
Jimmy Dobson BNP 398 8.9%
Betty Lockington LD 231 5.1%

6th May 2010 (3 seats)

Nigel Betts C 2977 46.5%
Peter Catterall C 2634
Val Clark C 2467
Steve Perfect Lab 1274 19.9%
Mavis Persaud Lab 1118
Stuart Slater Lab 1082
Zoe Brooks LD 938 14.6%
William Shrimpton LD 721
Michael Jones BNP 670 10.5%
Jaymie McCoy BNP 628
Angela Thick LD 594
Pamela Perrin UKIP 547 8.5%
Josephine Ridout BNP 403

4th May 2006 (3 seats)

Nigel Betts C 2074 48.1%
Peter Catterall C 1854
Valerie Clark C 1721
James Seadon BNP 1001 23.2%
Stephen Perfect Lab 640 14.9%
Andrew O'Gorman LD 593 13.8%
Edward Shrimpton LD 588
Mavis Persaud Lab 540
Gurdeepak Singh Chaggar LD 540
Carol Pieri Lab 517

2nd May 2002 (3 seats)

Nigel Betts C 1379 44.4%
Peter Catterall C 1244
Valerie Clark C 1219
Edward Shrimpton LD 1068 34.4%
Barry Standen LD 1061
Sylvia Fortune LD 1051
Stephen Perfect Lab 512 16.5%
Corinna Huxley Lab 463
Nora Wright Lab 462
Bertram Ford UKIP 149 4.8%

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