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Kessingland Ward — Waveney

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

7th May 2015 (2 seats)

Alan Green Lab 969 31.9%
Bruce Provan C 917 30.2%
Paul Lassman C 826
Bertie Poole UKIP 732 24.1%
Alan Brown Lab 706
Emma Petrini Grn 303 10.0%
Christopher Thomas LD 113 3.7%

5th May 2011 (2 seats) [1 Lab gain from C]

Alan Brown Lab 653 32.1%
David Provan C 650 32.0%
Robert Riley Lab 547
Jamie Starling C 539
Jack Tyler UKIP 502 24.7%
Emma Waller Grn 229 11.3%

6th May 2010

Jamie Starling C 952 35.0%
Peter Coghill Lab 771 28.3%
Jack Tyler UKIP 451 16.6%
Christopher Thomas LD 407 15.0%
Emma Waller Grn 141 5.2%

1st May 2008

David Provan C 621 45.3%
Jack Tyler UKIP 309 22.5%
Nannette Brown Lab 251 18.3%
Emma Waller Grn 103 7.5%
Antony Tibbitt LD 88 6.4%

4th May 2006 [C gain from Lab]

Jamie Starling C 609 44.9%
Michael Pickles Lab 382 28.2%
Emma Waller Grn 202 14.9%
Stephen Went LD 162 12.0%

10th June 2004 [C gain from Lab]

David Provan C 622 39.8%
Kate McGee Lab 501 32.1%
Nicholas Bromley LD 285 18.2%
Emma Waller Grn 154 9.9%

26th February 2004 [By-election; C gain from Lab]

C 463 39.3%
Lab 417 35.4%
LD 297 25.2%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

N Hodges Lab 726 51.9%
R Breach Lab 627
K Sale C 507 36.2%
P Joslin C 454
L Lakes LD 167 11.9%

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