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Ashburton Ward — Croydon

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

22nd May 2014 (3 seats) [3 Lab gains from C]

Madelaine Henson Lab 2110 39.4%
Stephen Mann Lab 2085
Andrew Rendle Lab 1916
Sylvia MacDonald C 1908 35.7%
Adam Kellett C 1848
Gareth Streeter C 1815
David Aston UKIP 788 14.7%
Robert Ball UKIP 779
Robert King UKIP 705
Bernice Golberg Grn 328 6.1%
Christopher Sciberras Grn 261
Isobel Williams Grn 259
Susan Adams LD 216 4.0%

6th May 2010 (3 seats)

Edwin Arram C 3175 38.2%
Avril Slipper C 2974
Adam Kellett C 2866
Mark Justice Lab 2234 26.8%
Madelaine Goulder Lab 2206
Shorish Barzinji Lab 1979
Peter Ladanyi LD 1290 15.5%
Bernice Golberg Grn 647 7.8%
David Aina UKIP 557 6.7%
Tony Martin BNP 419 5.0%
Timothy Fernandes-Bonnar Grn 407
Sergio Petro Grn 385

4th May 2006 (3 seats)

Lindsay Frost C 2513 49.4%
Edwin Arram C 2431
Avril Slipper C 2390
Rona MacDonald Lab 1057 20.8%
Peter Spalding Lab 971
Jitinder Singh Lab 904
Bernice Goldberg Grn 628 12.4%
Nirma Ramful LD 550 10.8%
Jeanette Nathan UKIP 336 6.6%

2nd May 2002 (3 seats)

Edwin Arram C 2005 51.3%
Avril Slipper C 1999
Derek Loughborough C 1967
Stephen Harris Lab 1662 42.5%
Hugh Allwood Lab 1598
George Ayres Lab 1584
Jack Windus PCh 240 6.1%

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