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Appledore Ward — Torridge

Note:— Local by-elections may be missing. If the result for a particular year does not appear on this page, click on the link to see all results for Torridge council in that year.

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

2nd May 2019

7th May 2015 (2 seats) [1 UKIP gain from Ind]

Andrew Eastman C 791 36.8%
Kenneth Davis UKIP 548 25.5%
Peter Hames Grn 426 19.8%
Barry Edwards Ind 382 17.8%
James Jackson C 314

5th May 2011 (2 seats) [1 Ind gain from LD]

Andrew Eastman C 576 34.6%
Barry Edwards Ind 348 20.9%
Kenneth Davis UKIP 283 17.0%
Andrew Gill LD 264 15.9%
James Jackson C 252
Peter Hames Grn 193 11.6%
Benjamin Lee LD 87

3rd May 2007 (2 seats) [1 C gain from UKIP]

Andrew Eastman C 480 34.1%
Leonard Ford LD 421 29.9%
Alison Boyle C 352
Val Robbins LD 349
Kenny Davis UKIP 191 13.6%
Peter Hames Grn 182 12.9%
Andy Harrison Ind 134 9.5%

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Leonard Ford LD 506 28.8%
Andrew Eastman UKIP 427 24.3%
Philip Waters Ind 421 24.0%
Jeremy Bell CAll 402 22.9%
Colin Langbridge LD 141

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