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Hucknall Division — Nottinghamshire

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2017.

2nd May 2013 (3 seats) [2 Lab gains from C, 1 Lab gain from UKIP]

John Wilmott Lab 3173 37.0%
Alice Grice Lab 2990
John Wilkinson Lab 2918
Tom Irvine UKIP 2739 32.0%
Alison Irvine UKIP 2373
Mick Murphy C 2235 26.1%
Carole Terzza UKIP 2131
Kevin Rostance C 2127
Trevor Peat C 1797
Harry Toseland LD 260 3.0%
Kenneth Cotham LD 250
Jan Smith LD 182
Cliff Smith TUSC 158 1.8%

4th June 2009 (3 seats) [2 C gains from Lab, 1 UKIP gain from Lab]

Mick Murphy C 2690 25.7%
Revd Tom Irvine UKIP 2541 24.2%
Kevin Rostance C 2519
Robert Rankin C 2498
Chris Baron Lab 2393 22.8%
Dave Shaw Lab 2258
Trev Locke Lab 2213
Kenneth Browne UKIP 1204
Mark Brinsley-Day UKIP 1202
Kevin Moore LD 1125 10.7%
Harry Toseland LD 1058
Susan Gamble BNP 905 8.6%
Austin Rathe LD 881
Kevin Worrall EDP 602 5.7%
Geoff Thorpe Ind 223 2.1%

25th January 2007 [By-election; C gain from Lab]

C 1597 32.5%
Lab 1554 31.6%
LD 1007 20.5%
UKIP 413 8.4%
Grn 350 7.1%

5th May 2005 (3 seats)

David Shaw Lab 6619 49.8%
Chris Baron Lab 6576
Nellie Smedley Lab 6566
Gordon Riley C 4278 32.2%
Shirley Robbins C 4125
Bruce Andrews C 3824
Samantha Boffey Grn 1540 11.6%
Ann Hilton Grn 1320
David Lowe Grn 1149
Terry Goodall Ind 854 6.4%
Robert Sears-Piccavey Ind 742

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