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Duryard Ward — Exeter

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2016.

5th May 2016

7th May 2015

Percy Prowse C 1267 50.1%
John Chilvers Lab 560 22.1%
David Barker-Hahlo Grn 387 15.3%
Aiden Graham LD 175 6.9%
Anne Back UKIP 121 4.8%
Luke Pilling TUSC 19 0.8%

22nd May 2014

Lee Mottram C 796 47.8%
John Chilvers Lab 338 20.3%
David Barker-Hahlo Grn 330 19.8%
Nigel Williams LD 173 10.4%
James Golten TUSC 28 1.7%

5th May 2011

Graham Prowse C 855 51.4%
Christopher Earle LD 367 22.1%
Oliver Pearson Lab 269 16.2%
Elizabeth Woodman Grn 173 10.4%

9th September 2010 [C gain from LD]

Lee Mottram C 363 42.5%
John Earle LD 351 41.1%
Jerry Fox Lab 81 9.5%
Lizzie Woodman Grn 41 4.8%
Peter Gove UKIP 19 2.2%

3rd May 2007 [C gain from LD]

Percy Prowse C 619 41.5%
Sheila Hobden LD 618 41.4%
Sam Coates Grn 130 8.7%
Daniel Crawford Lab 125 8.4%

4th May 2006

Ben Nobel LD 577 42.9%
Jeffrey Coates C 499 37.1%
Dorothy Parker Lab 138 10.3%
Isaac Price-Sosner Grn 130 9.7%

1st May 2003

Cherry Luxton LD 553 47.6%
Graham Stone C 380 32.7%
Dominic O'Brien Lab 125 10.8%
Suzanne Dunstan Grn 103 8.9%

2nd May 2002

Andrew Dalby LD 541 47.3%
Keith Nelson-Tomsen C 347 30.3%
Kevin Moore Lab 173 15.1%
Brendan Kelly Grn 83 7.3%

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