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Link Ward — Malvern Hills

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2nd May 2019 (3 seats) [2 LD gains from C]

Kwai Hung Chan LD 753 36.8%
Neville Mills LD 638
Kaleem Aksar LD 623
David Watkins C 439 21.5%
Jennie Newman C 425
Heather Jeavons Ind 360 17.6%
Mo Dutta C 318
Martin Willis Lab 307 15.0%
Christopher Burrows Lab 282
Malcolm Delingpole UKIP 185 9.1%
Brian Hill UKIP 169

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Kwai Hung Chan LD 1162 25.3%
David Watkins C 1095 23.9%
Robert Kerby C 1004
Jerry Thomas C 970
Clive Smith Ind 798 17.4%
Will Richards UKIP 793 17.3%
Mike Soley Ind 764
Martin Wills Lab 737 16.1%
John Gallagher Lab 715

5th May 2011 (3 seats) [1 LD gain from C]

Clive Smith LD 923 33.3%
Paul Tuthill C 790 28.5%
Mike Soley C 759
Julian Roskams Grn 754 27.2%
Ian Hopwood C 731
Gareth Williams LD 612
Derek Baddeley UKIP 301 10.9%
Paul Remfry UKIP 286

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

Michael Soley C 923 46.4%
Paul Tuthill C 904
Sabina Alam C 822
Clive Smith LD 815 40.9%
Penny Douglas LD 727
Neville Mills LD 710
Christopher Lennard Grn 253 12.7%
Kamala Holt Grn 243
Sylvia Scarsbrook Grn 225

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Clive Smith LD 975 54.2%
Patricia Raven LD 955
David Houghton-Smith LD 857
Beryl Hickling C 683 38.0%
Ian Hopwood C 648
David Watkins C 620
Owen Morgan SocAlt 141 7.8%

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