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Willingham and Over Ward — South Cambridgeshire

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 South Cambridgeshire council in that year.

This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2018.

5th May 2016

Ray Manning C 819 44.3%
Ben Monks Lab 372 20.1%
Susan Gymer LD 308 16.7%
Martin Hale UKIP 260 14.1%
Eleanor Crane Grn 88 4.8%

7th May 2015

Brian Burling C 1781 46.4%
Thomas Lee LD 706 18.4%
Ben Monks Lab 575 15.0%
Martin Hale UKIP 497 13.0%
Helen Stocks-Morgan Grn 278 7.2%

22nd May 2014

Philippa Corney C 845 40.3%
Martin Hale UKIP 446 21.3%
Benjamin Monks Lab 334 15.9%
Thomas Lee LD 279 13.3%
Helen Stocks-Morgan Grn 192 9.2%

3rd May 2012

Ray Manning C 921 59.5%
Ben Monks Lab 438 28.3%
Barry Platt LD 189 12.2%

5th May 2011

Brian Burling C 1306 56.3%
Ben Monks Lab 521 22.4%
Geoff Twiss LD 494 21.3%

6th May 2010

Philippa Corney C 1778 48.0%
Geoffrey Twiss LD 1521 41.0%
Joanne Murray Lab 407 11.0%

1st May 2008

Ray Manning C 1109 66.8%
Leslie Gelling LD 445 26.8%
Norman Crowther Lab 107 6.4%

3rd May 2007

Brian Burling C 817 47.1%
Pat Daniels Ind 471 27.1%
Leslie Gelling LD 365 21.0%
Nicola Andrews Lab 83 4.8%

4th May 2006

Philippa Corney C 959 60.3%
Leslie Gelling LD 631 39.7%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

Ray Manning C 929 45.7%
Brian Burling C 841
Philippa Corney C 804
Rebecca Mead LD 613 30.2%
Colin Thomas LD 591
Leslie Gelling LD 500
Marion Barber Grn 489 24.1%

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