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Lavender Fields Ward — Merton

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3rd May 2018 (3 seats)

Mark Allison Lab 1711 68.1%
Edith Macauley Lab 1664
Billy Christie Lab 1637
Alice Hammond C 308 12.3%
Jay Crush C 295
Stephen McKeever Grn 287 11.4%
David Sawer C 257
Elizabeth Barker LD 206 8.2%
Mary-Jane Jeanes LD 165
Christopher Oxford LD 127

22nd May 2014 (3 seats)

Mark Allison Lab 1682 62.7%
Ross Garrod Lab 1633
Edith Macauley Lab 1570
Don Anderson UKIP 424 15.8%
Richard Aitken-Davies C 344 12.8%
Philip Beard C 288
Thomas Moulton C 263
Elizabeth Barker LD 232 8.7%

6th May 2010 (3 seats)

Mark Allison Lab 2226 53.2%
Edith Macauley Lab 2192
Mark Betteridge Lab 2158
Richard Aitken-Davies C 857 20.5%
Gordon Southcott C 779
Peter Hardy LD 758 18.1%
Ron Wilson C 756
Nadeem Mirza LD 621
Eliane Patton LD 583
John Barker Grn 341 8.2%

4th May 2006 (3 seats)

Mark Betteridge Lab 1142 46.2%
Mark Allison Lab 1131
Edith Macauley Lab 1050
Stewart MacDonald C 520 21.0%
Thomas Lazur C 449
Christina MacPherson C 447
Michael Dees Grn 435 17.6%
Jonathan Holloway LD 377 15.2%

2nd May 2002 (3 seats)

Mary Dunn Lab 886 51.7%
Mark Allison Lab 873
Edith Macauley Lab 760
Alfred Acott C 378 22.0%
June Hayles C 367
Eugene Byrne C 358
Bernard Conway LD 227 13.2%
Jennifer Barker Grn 224 13.1%
John Barker Grn 171

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