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Taunton Lyngford Ward — Taunton Deane

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

7th May 2015 (3 seats) [1 C gain from LD, 1 UKIP gain from LD]

Michael Adkins C 659 21.3%
Libby Lisgo Lab 601 19.5%
Tom Aldridge UKIP 583 18.9%
Chris Booth LD 570 18.5%
Kenneth Hayward C 543
Bruce Nottrodt C 521
Barrie Hall LD 512
Bob Rawle Lab 485
Bob Symons LD 438
Barbara O'Connor Lab 405
Craig Rossiter Grn 332 10.7%
Ben Swaine Ind 251 8.1%
Nicola Messenger Ind 244
Steve German TUSC 93 3.0%

5th May 2011 (3 seats) [1 Lab gain from LD]

Nicci Messenger LD 580 36.2%
Ben Swaine LD 529
Libby Lisgo Lab 495 30.9%
Martin Jevon Lab 471
Paul Partington LD 471
Brenda Weston Lab 409
Tom Davies C 341 21.3%
Michael Adkins C 340
Roderick Watson C 283
Jo Simmonds Grn 188 11.7%

28th January 2010 [Disqualification (non-attendance) of Julie Wood]

Ben Swaine LD 390 43.7%
John Gage C 253 28.4%
Martin Jevon Lab 190 21.3%
Charlene Sherriff UKIP 59 6.6%

15th October 2009 [By-election]

LD 523 51.0%
C 274 26.7%
Lab 164 16.0%
UKIP 64 6.2%

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Julie Wood LD 623 44.5%
Terry Murphy LD 603
Andy Woolley LD 561
Peter Day C 392 28.0%
Libby Lisgo Lab 386 27.6%
Tonia White C 380
Nicholas Townsend C 365
Brenda Weston Lab 360
Martin Jevon Lab 356

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