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Horninglow Ward — East Staffordshire

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2nd May 2019 (3 seats) [1 Ind gain from Lab]

Ken Builth Lab 672 38.9%
Deneice Florence-Jukes Ind 628 36.3%
Mandy Shrive Lab 621
Bob Johnston Lab 540
Mike Ackroyd C 428 24.8%
Ishrat Abbasi C 304
Georgina Graham C 293

4th May 2017 [Resignation of Julian Mott; C gain from Lab]

Deneice Florence-Jukes C 800 44.2%
Louise Walker Lab 756 41.8%
Peter Levis UKIP 199 11.0%
Hugh Warner LD 53 2.9%

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Ken Builth Lab 1547 39.8%
Julian Mott Lab 1428
Bob Johnston Lab 1402
Charlie Bradley C 1246 32.0%
Barry Martin UKIP 1098 28.2%
Jake Fellows C 1075
Waheeda Ratyal C 750

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Julian Mott Lab 1251 53.0%
Ken Builth Lab 1244
Bob Johnston Lab 1203
Graham Morgan C 857 36.3%
Ian Sparrow C 809
Ahmet Orta C 684
Danny Kay BNP 251 10.6%

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Julian Mott Lab 896 42.0%
Ken Builth Lab 854
Bob Johnston Lab 815
Sarah Bradley C 752 35.2%
Kate Kniveton C 639
Jayne Grosvenor C 615
Jamie Winstone LD 487 22.8%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Julian Mott Lab 1198 51.0%
Kenneth Builth Lab 1146
Michael Fitzpatrick Lab 972
Stephen Latham LD 643 27.4%
Jamie Winstone LD 627
John Morris LD 511
Michael Kowalik C 510 21.7%
Barbara Makin C 487
Stuart Smith C 431

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