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St Mary's Ward — Forest Heath

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17th August 2017 [Death of Bill Sadler]

Robert Nobbs C 338 50.1%
Michael Jefferys Lab 276 40.9%
Alice Haylock Grn 60 8.9%

7th May 2015 (3 seats) [1 C gain from Lab]

Christopher Barker C 876 39.4%
William Sadler C 855
Andrew Drummond C 784
Michael Jefferys Lab 714 32.1%
David Hudson UKIP 632 28.4%
Dawn Dicker UKIP 482
Vivien Uney Lab 465
Lee Jacobs Lab 412
Richard Smith UKIP 353

5th May 2011 (3 seats) [C and Lab gain from Ind from Forest Heath Independent Alliance]

Christopher Barker C 540 29.4%
William Sadler C 505
Michael Jefferys Lab 473 25.8%
Ruth Allen Ind 451 24.6%
David Hudson UKIP 372 20.3%
Susan Syvret C 355
Peter Clifton Lab 329

3rd May 2007 (3 seats) [1 Ind and 1 FHIA gain from C and West Suffolk Independent Alliance]

Andy Drummond Ind 570 26.6%
Susan Honeyford C 433 20.2%
Ruth Allen FHIA 420 19.6%
Carol Lynch C 374
David Hudson UKIP 369 17.2%
Bill Sadler C 367
Charles Drakeley FHIA 351
Michael Jefferys Lab 350 16.3%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Terence Mills WSIA 445 32.1%
William Sadler C 443 31.9%
Carol Lynch C 429
Andrew Drummond WSIA 394
Elaine Weaver C 340
Michael Jefferys Lab 334 24.1%
Paul Dwane Lab 250
Rubiya Ahsan Lab 212
David Hudson UKIP 166 12.0%

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