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Heanor East Ward — Amber Valley

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5th May 2016

Sheila Oakes Lab 536 38.5%
Mark Burrell C 425 30.5%
Philip Rose UKIP 342 24.5%
Julie Wozniczka Grn 49 3.5%
George White LD 42 3.0%

22nd May 2014

Barrie Aistrop Lab 674 43.0%
Dave Patchett UKIP 440 28.1%
Steven Grainger C 408 26.0%
Michael Bedford LD 46 2.9%

3rd May 2012 [Lab gain from BNP]

Phil Hill Lab 744 50.0%
Gary Wells C 391 26.3%
Cliff Roper BNP 284 19.1%
Keith Falconbridge LD 69 4.6%

6th May 2010

Barry Aistrop Lab 1038 35.9%
Alex Stevenson C 965 33.3%
Emma Roper BNP 451 15.6%
Peter Jelf LD 440 15.2%

1st May 2008 [BNP gain from Lab]

Cliff Roper BNP 537 36.5%
Linda Edwards-Milsom C 482 32.7%
Kenneth Armstrong Lab 454 30.8%

4th May 2006

Glynne Cato Lab 567 44.4%
Linda Edwards-Milsom C 468 36.6%
Gavin Sarkas-Bosman LD 242 19.0%

10th June 2004

Kenneth Armstrong Lab 1147 64.9%
Linda Edwards-Milsom C 619 35.1%

2nd May 2002

Glynne Cato Lab 548 53.8%
Enid Trusswell C 272 26.7%
Alexander Stevenson Ind 129 12.7%
Kaith Falconbridge LD 70 6.9%

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