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Hayes and Coney Hall Ward — Bromley

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 Bromley council in that year.

3rd May 2018 (3 seats)

Graham Arthur C 3096 54.7%
Peter Fortune C 3087
Neil Reddin C 2830
Peter Ayres Lab 950 16.8%
Gail Emerson Lab 950
Glenys Ingham Lab 918
Ellen Griffiths LD 733 12.9%
Mary Ion Grn 621 11.0%
Tudor Griffiths LD 559
Michael Fox LD 535
Michael Rudd UKIP 261 4.6%
Sandra Pearson UKIP 243

22nd May 2014 (3 seats)

Graham Arthur C 2965 46.2%
Neil Reddin C 2509
Peter Fortune C 2475
Gwendoline Tanner UKIP 1349 21.0%
Brian Philp UKIP 1259
Katherine Head Lab 878 13.7%
John Parke Lab 725
John Street Grn 725 11.3%
Bernard Wilson Lab 543
Owen Griffiths LD 503 7.8%
Steven Daniell LD 374

6th May 2010 (3 seats)

Thelma Manning C 5549 58.5%
Graham Arthur C 5250
Neil Reddin C 4893
Owen Griffiths LD 1990 21.0%
Steven Daniell LD 1648
Sonia Whitaker LD 1428
Katharine Head Lab 1182 12.5%
John Parke Lab 1005
Richard Watts Lab 812
John Reber Grn 769 8.1%

4th May 2006 (3 seats)

Thelma Manning C 3799 72.6%
Graham Arthur C 3586
Neil Reddin C 3423
Mary Morgan LD 862 16.5%
Tudor Griffiths LD 856
Steven Daniell LD 793
David Cordell Lab 569 10.9%
Katharine Head Lab 511
Laura Padoan Lab 488

2nd May 2002 (3 seats)

Thelma Manning C 3166 70.0%
Graham Arthur C 3031
Neil Reddin C 3016
Owen Griffiths LD 723 16.0%
David Cordell Lab 636 14.1%
Bob Skinner LD 634
Clara Gibson Lab 620
Michael King Lab 618
William Stott LD 610

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