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Little Stour and Ashstone Ward — Dover

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

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Susan Chandler C 2476 60.0%
Trevor Bartlett C 2469
Michael Conolly C 2254
David Pestell Lab 943 22.9%
Marjorie Whitburn LD 707 17.1%
Nigel Whitburn LD 700
Anne Fox LD 637

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Susan Chandler C 1680 64.5%
Trevor Bartlett C 1665
Michael Conolly C 1490
Russell Timpson LD 504 19.4%
Janet Birkett Lab 420 16.1%
Kathleen Blackburn Lab 409
Brynley Hawkins Lab 372
Janet Hilton LD 269

24th April 2008 [By-election]

C 1109 66.0%
LD 459 27.3%
Lab 113 6.7%

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

Trevor Bartlett C 1424 67.9%
Susan Chandler C 1422
Steven Smee C 1169
Bryan Curtis LD 460 21.9%
Nigel Whitburn LD 409
Frank Hardee LD 303
Terence Birkett Lab 213 10.2%
Tracy Wilton Lab 205
Brynley Hawkins Lab 197

20th July 2006 (2 seats) [By-election; 1 C gain from LD]

C 892 66.6%
C 748
LD 336 25.1%
LD 254
Lab 111 8.3%
Lab 110

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Trevor Bartlett C 977 37.4%
Anne Willshaw LD 732 28.0%
Paul Southgate C 718
Mary Smith Ind 709 27.2%
Bryan Hersey C 678
Nigel Whitburn LD 584
Bryan Curtis LD 540
Benjamin Bird Lab 193 7.4%
Monica Morgan Lab 191
Albert Taylorson Lab 159

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