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Shepperton Town Ward — Spelthorne

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15th December 2015 [Death of Robert Watts]

Colin Barnard C 858 62.0%
Brian Catt UKIP 180 13.0%
Richard Dunn LD 154 11.1%
Jonathan Button Lab 123 8.9%
Nigel Scott Grn 68 4.9%

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Robin Sider C 2502 56.0%
Vivienne Leighton C 2121
Robert Watts C 2029
Jim Maxwell UKIP 823 18.4%
Gerry Ring UKIP 656
Stephen Bentley Lab 612 13.7%
Jonathan Button Lab 554
Tony Clench LD 532 11.9%
Jolyon Green Lab 524

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Robin Sider C 1852 58.7%
Vivienne Leighton C 1726
Robert Watts C 1428
Joan Ponton LD 698 22.1%
James Maxwell UKIP 607 19.2%

3rd May 2007 (3 seats) [1 C gain from LD]

Robin Sider C 1489 64.7%
Vivienne Leighton C 1345
Natalie Hyams C 1248
Edward Glynn LD 631 27.4%
Lynn Parramore LD 608
Jonathan Edwards LD 509
Janet Jacobs Lab 182 7.9%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Robin Sider C 1239 50.7%
Vivienne Leighton C 1117
Joan Ponton LD 1059 43.4%
Richard Smith-Ainsley C 1040
Edward Glynn LD 955
Jonathan Edwards LD 862
John Norcross Lab 144 5.9%

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