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Oulton Broad Ward — Waveney

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

21st September 2017 [Death of Colin Law]

Keith Robinson C 527 50.2%
Len Jacklin Lab 357 34.0%
Phillip Trindall UKIP 112 10.7%
Chris Thomas LD 54 5.1%

7th May 2015 (2 seats)

Michael Barnard C 1187 41.4%
Colin Law C 880
Timothy Fisher Lab 821 28.6%
Richard Houghton Lab 737
George Hawes UKIP 626 21.8%
Michelle Narburgh Grn 232 8.1%

5th May 2011 (2 seats)

Michael Barnard C 797 43.1%
Colin Law C 715
Leonard Jacklin Lab 577 31.2%
Shaun Wade Lab 496
James Robinson UKIP 193 10.4%
Michelle Narburgh Grn 169 9.1%
James Russell LD 112 6.1%

6th May 2010

Colin Law C 1195 47.4%
Alan Brown Lab 775 30.7%
James Russell LD 407 16.1%
Michelle Narburgh Grn 145 5.7%

1st May 2008

Sandra Keller C 621 48.0%
Sarah Webb Lab 386 29.8%
James Russell LD 182 14.1%
Philip Tregear Grn 106 8.2%

4th May 2006

Colin Law C 740 54.1%
Malcolm Pitchers Lab 345 25.2%
Dave O'Neill LD 150 11.0%
Kerry Taylor Grn 133 9.7%

10th June 2004

Sandra Keller C 641 44.7%
Allyson Barron Lab 393 27.4%
Antony Tibbitt LD 248 17.3%
Kerry Taylor Grn 151 10.5%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

C Law C 610 44.8%
S Keller C 546
M Rodgers Lab 528 38.8%
I Melvin Lab 460
A Martin LD 223 16.4%

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