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Haverhill North Ward — St Edmundsbury

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

3rd May 2018 [Resignation of Betty McLatchy]

Elaine McManus C 752 56.0%
Martin Jerram Lab 444 33.0%
Peter Lord LD 148 11.0%

5th May 2016 [Death of Tim Marks; UKIP gain from C]

Anthony Williams UKIP 563 37.3%
Maureen Byrne Lab 460 30.5%
Quillon Fox C 409 27.1%
Kenneth Rolph LD 78 5.2%

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

Timothy Marks C 1257 39.1%
Barry Robbins UKIP 1155 35.9%
Betty McLatchy C 1095
John McManus C 980
Thomas Chivers Lab 806 25.0%
Anthony Williams UKIP 776
Elizabeth Smith Lab 728
Alan Pearson Lab 657

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Patricia Gower C 857 45.4%
Timothy Marks C 825
John McManus C 771
Julie Jupp Lab 654 34.7%
Gary Stroud Lab 600
Allyn Bignell LD 375 19.9%

20th March 2008 [By-election]

C 426 57.3%
Lab 255 34.3%
UKIP 62 8.3%

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

Anne Gower C 687 54.8%
Paul McManus C 683
Ted Trebble C 646
Maureen Byrne Lab 404 32.2%
Ann Thomas Lab 395
Phillip French Lab 359
Michael Karim LD 162 12.9%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Gerry Kiernan Lab 859 56.3%
Ann Thomas Lab 717
Phillip French Lab 689
Timothy Marks C 668 43.7%
John Harris C 649
Edgar Morton C 599

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