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Minchinhampton Ward — Stroud

Note:— Local by-elections may be missing. If the result for a particular year does not appear on this page, click on the link to see all results for Stroud council in that year.

This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2016.

7th May 2015

Dorcas Binns C 1471 55.7%
Mark Huband Lab 424 16.1%
Gilbert Lloyd LD 402 15.2%
Anna Bonallack Grn 304 11.5%
Ruth Amias TUSC 40 1.5%

3rd May 2012

Nicholas Hurst C 858 57.9%
John Williams Grn 412 27.8%
Christopher Holtom Lab 213 14.4%

5th May 2011

Dorcas Binns C 1108 55.5%
John Williams Ind 354 17.7%
Joan Moore Lab 270 13.5%
William Heaney Grn 263 13.2%

1st May 2008

Joe Forbes C 1112 71.2%
Marie Gwynn Grn 275 17.6%
Joan Moore Lab 175 11.2%

3rd May 2007

Libby Bird C 1071 63.2%
Colleen Rothwell LD 226 13.3%
John Appleton Lab 206 12.2%
Marie Gwynn Grn 191 11.3%

10th June 2004

John Fores C 857 53.0%
Rhian Griffiths Lab 285 17.6%
Colleen Rothwell LD 221 13.7%
Oscar Hull Grn 135 8.3%
Adrian Blake UKIP 120 7.4%

1st May 2003

Elisabeth Bird C 889 59.6%
Jo Smith Lab 330 22.1%
Margaret Edmunds LD 224 15.0%
Adrian Blake UKIP 48 3.2%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Dorcas Binns C 888 59.3%
Elisabeth Bird C 874
Martin Alder Lab 356 23.8%
David Griffiths Lab 326
Oscar Hull Grn 140 9.4%
Adrian Blake UKIP 113 7.5%
Elizabeth Cranston Grn 111

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