North Herts Election Results

PUBLISHED: 14:12 05 May 2006 | UPDATED: 10:09 06 May 2010

Hitchin Priory Ward ASHLEY, Allison Gertrude - Conservative Party - 1112 ELECTED DYE, Susan Elizabeth - Green Party - 192 LOTT, Michael John - Liberal Democrat Party - 309 McCALL, Douglas James - Labour Party - 145 Hitchin Oughton Ward BILLING

Hitchin Priory Ward

ASHLEY, Allison Gertrude - Conservative Party - 1112 ELECTED

DYE, Susan Elizabeth - Green Party - 192

LOTT, Michael John - Liberal Democrat Party - 309

McCALL, Douglas James - Labour Party - 145

Hitchin Oughton Ward

BILLING, David Edward - Labour Party - 511 ELECTED

CLARK, Ronald Alexander - Liberal Democrat Party - 151

MILLARD, Alan John - Conservative Party - 400

WARE, Tony Denis - Green Party - 107

Hitchin Bearton Ward

IRCHA, Andrew - Liberal Democrat Party - 408

POND, Sarah Elaine - Green Party - 385

SANGHA, Deepak - Labour & Co-operative Party - 600 ELECTED

SHARMA, Pradeep (Commonly known as Paul) - Conservative Party - 514

Hitchin Highbury Ward

BRACKEN, Michael George - Conservative Party - 1028

Clark, Paul - Liberal Democrat Party - 1390 ELECTED

CRAWLEY, Mark Francis - Labour Party - 174

Hitchin Walsworth

JOHNSON, Ryan Ottis - Labour & Co-operative Party - 703

LOVEWELL, Bernard Frank James - Conservative Party - 1027 ELECTED

SHIRLEY, David - Liberal Democrat Party - 239

WOODRUFF, Gioes Colin - Green Party - 234

Codicote Ward

BRINDLEY, Thomas Henry - Conservative Party - 744 ELECTED

WINDER, John - Liberal Democrat Party - 119

WOOD, Roger Aubrey - Labour Party - 122

Kimpton Ward

ASHTON, David Geoffrey - Green Party - 94

BISHOP, John Cyril - Conservative Party - 523 ELECTED

CANNING, Richard Oliver - Liberal Democrat Party - 125

Knebworth Ward

BARDETT, Alan - Conservative Party - 1324 ELECTED

BERRINGTON, William Nicholas - Green Party - 206

BILLING, Clare Helen - Labour Party - 189

GRAY, Jane Elizabeth - Conservative Party - 1414 ELECTED

MITCHELL, Alan James - Labour Party - 125

WILKINS, Debra Patricia - Liberal Democrat Party - 411

Royston Heath Ward

HILL (Nee Greenwood), Fiona Ronan Greenwood - Conservative Party - 1013 ELECTED

MAY, David - Liberal Democrat Party - 420

WEST, Vaughan - Labour & Co-operative Party - 187

Royston Palace Ward

BEARDWELL, Elizabeth Mary - Liberal Democrat Party - 725 ELECTED

DAVIDSON, William Marr (commonly known as Bill) - Conservative Party - 673

GARDLAND, Kenneth - Labour & Co-operative Party - 147

Royston Meridian Ward

HARMEL, Karen - Green Party - 122

HUNTER, Anthony Frederick (commonly known as Tony) - Conservative Party - 992 ELECTED

KING, Robin Anthony - Labour & Co-operative Party - 159

LILLEY, Nanya Esther - Liberal Democrat Party - 310

Letchworth East Ward

BLAKELEY, Eric - Green Party - 180

HARTLEY, Anthony Robert - Labour & Co-operative Party - 625

PROUDLOVE, Diane Margaret Ivy - Conservative Party - 755 ELECTED

WINDER, Rebecca Carole - Liberal Democrat Party - 301

Letchworth South East Ward

EDEN, Anthony Dennis (commonly known as Tony) - Labour & Co-operative Party - 180

LEVETT, David Charles - Conservative Party - 951 ELECTED

WINTER, Julia - Liberal Democrat Party - 419

Letchworth South West Ward

DAVEY, Melissa Jane - Conservative Party - 1471 ELECTED

HARTLEY, Jacqueline Brigitte - Labour & Co-operative Party - 230

KINGMAN, Alison Elaine - Liberal Democrat Party - 832

Letchworth Grange Ward

BLOXHAM, Monica Madeline - Conservative Party - 793 ELECTED

MARDELL, Peter Anthony - Conservative Party - 668

PENNY, Martin Geoffrey - Liberal Democrat Party - 353

Letchworth Wilbury Ward

MANTLE, Ian - Labour & Co-operative Party - 413

MIOLLART-GRIFFIN, Heidi Shona - Green Party - 119

NEEDHAM, Elliot William - Conservative Party - 511 ELECTED

WINDER, John Paul - Liberal Democrat Party - 160

Balsock Town Ward

BURGIN, Paul David - Labour Party - 331

HOWE, George - Green Party - 149

MUIR, Michael Douglas Robert MacKenzie - Conservative Party - 1370 ELECTED

White, John Stephen - Liberal Democrat Party - 257


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