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Haverhill East Ward — St Edmundsbury

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2019.

3rd May 2018 [Resignation of Ivor McLatchy]

Robin Pilley C 577 47.4%
David Smith Lab 490 40.2%
Saoirse O'Suilleabhán LD 151 12.4%

7th May 2015 (3 seats) [2 UKIP gains from C]

Anthony Brown UKIP 1135 39.0%
Ivor McLatchy C 978 33.6%
John Burns UKIP 892
Roger André Lab 800 27.5%
Hui Yang C 764
Patrick Hanlon Lab 757
John Exton C 754
Ernie Goody Lab 724

9th January 2014 [Death of Les Ager; UKIP gain from C]

Tony Brown UKIP 529 54.0%
Pat Hanlon Lab 240 24.5%
David Roach C 157 16.0%
Ken Rolph LD 54 5.5%

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Leslie Ager C 834 47.9%
Karen Richardson C 664
Gordon Cox C 662
Patrick Hanlon Lab 648 37.2%
Ernest Goody Lab 636
Terence McNally LD 260 14.9%
Kenneth Rolph LD 188

3rd May 2007 (3 seats) [3 C gains from Lab]

Les Ager C 637 46.0%
Karen Richardson C 581
Gordon Cox C 507
Patrick Hanlon Lab 327 23.6%
Ann Samuels Lab 317
Mick Graham LD 228 16.5%
Steve Harris LD 223
Philip Graham LD 198
Ernie Goody Grn 192 13.9%

10th June 2004 [By-election; C gain from Lab]

C 520 35.9%
StEdAll 376 26.0%
Lab 363 25.1%
LD 189 13.1%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Ernest Goody Lab 639 51.7%
Patrick Hanlon Lab 603
Susan Howard Lab 601
Gordon Cox C 597 48.3%
Janet Johnson C 586
David Rosen C 525

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