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Rodborough Ward — Stroud

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

7th May 2015

Nigel Prenter Lab 953 33.9%
Thomas Skinner C 795 28.3%
Philip Blomberg Grn 576 20.5%
Christine Headley LD 485 17.3%

3rd May 2012 [Lab gain from C]

Stephen Moore Lab 579 36.0%
Christine Headley LD 490 30.5%
Rodger Cuddington C 333 20.7%
Philip Blomberg Grn 205 12.8%

5th May 2011 [Lab gain from LD]

Nigel Prenter Lab 617 32.9%
Christine Headley LD 591 31.5%
Adam Sarch C 453 24.2%
Philip Blomberg Grn 213 11.4%

1st May 2008

Nigel Cooper C 516 32.1%
Andrew Fisk LD 465 29.0%
Phil Blomberg Grn 446 27.8%
John Appleton Lab 178 11.1%

3rd May 2007 [LD gain from C]

Christine Headley LD 479 30.8%
Nigel Cooper C 474 30.4%
Philip Blomberg Grn 406 26.1%
Sally Thorpe Lab 198 12.7%

10th June 2004

Robert Sinfield C 471 30.9%
Penelope Wildgoose Grn 407 26.7%
Charles Townley Ind 274 18.0%
Martin Alder Lab 254 16.7%
Darren Jones LD 118 7.7%

1st May 2003

Nigel Cooper C 521 39.2%
Steven Penny Grn 423 31.9%
Martin Alder Lab 295 22.2%
John Howe LD 89 6.7%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Graham Blackshaw C 544 40.3%
Nigel Cooper C 488
Roger Brown Lab 436 32.3%
Helen Hughes Lab 417
Carol Kambites Grn 188 13.9%
Andrew Fisk LD 183 13.5%
Adrian Walker-Smith LD 151
Ewout Granberg Grn 124

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