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Ipswich Borough Council election results

PUBLISHED: 09:00 06 May 2002 | UPDATED: 11:52 03 March 2010

LABOUR retained power in this year's local elections, winning 35 of the 48 seats on the borough council. These are the election results in full

IPSWICH BOROUGH COUNCIL

Alexandra (3 seats): Penny Breakwell (L)* 794, Maureen Carrington-Brown (L)* 720, Jane Chambers (LD) 687, Dianne Hosking (L)* 672, Sue Rush (C) 355, Margaret Saunders (C) 316, Maureen Springle (C) 328, Kenneth Toye (LD) 675, Robin Whitmore (LD) 651.

Bixley (3): Stephen Barker (C)* 1199, Adam Beaton (LD) 522, Colin Campbell (L) 502, Dave Cooper (CPA) 220, Brian Fearnley (LD) 354, Sue Maguire (L) 463, John Rivett (LD) 451, Soo Smart (L) 450, Gordon Terry (C)* 1220, Bill Wright (C)* 1285.

Bridge (3): Andrew Booth (C) 402, Denise Earle (LD) 221, Albie Kingham (C) 382, Juliet Lloyd (LD) 246, Maureen Mott (C) 376, Jim Powell (L)*764, Philip Smart (L)*676, Harold Mangar (L) 690, Elisabeth Williams (LD) 248.

Castle Hill (3): James Adams (L) 573, Henry Davies (C)* 1160, Nina Day (LD) 361, David Goldsmith (C)* 1053, Joan Goodall (LD) 264, Dale Jackson (C)* 1079, Ann Manuel (L) 653, Peter Shaw (L) 528, Clive Witter (LD) 235.

Turnout 34.97

Gainsborough (3): Sally Brown (L)* 902, William Cook (C) 453, Don Edwards (L)* 883, Louise Gooch (LD) 164, Nicholas Jacob (LD) 138, Keith Matthews (C) 423, Nico Mott (C) 405, John Mowles (L)* 892, Charles Tracy (LD) 127.

Gipping (3): Jill Atkins (LD) 224, David Ellesmere (L) 754*, Peter Gardiner (L) 753*, Michael Irvine (C) 369, Helen Last (C) 347, Amy Luke (LD) 194, Jeannette Macartney (L)* 776, Donald Perkins (LD) 202, Robert Strutt (C) 333.

Holywells (3): Catherine Chambers (LD) 254, John Cook (L) 532, Robert Daines (L) 506, George Debman (C) 792, David Hale (C)* 760, Liz Harsant (C) 745, Dick Kirby (L) 477, Velina Walden (LD) 206, Bob Zablok (LD) 184.

Priory Heath (3): Frank Atkins (LD) 231, Sarah Dodwell (C) 412, Catherine French (LD) 220, Dali Jabbar (L)* 588, Bradley Maguire (L)* 603, Bill Quinton (L)* 601, Martin Pakes (LD) 194, Ben Redsell (C) 359, Peter Rush (C) 369.

Rushmere (3): Gillian Auton (LD) 467, Stephen Bloomfield (CPA) 182, Keith Herod (L)* 868, Stephen Ion (C) 823, David Isaacs (L) 842, Roberta Kerslake (LD) 400, Graham Lucas (LD) 333, Robert Ray-Dobson (L) 924, Mark Rush (C)* 838, Keith Wood (C)* 767.

St John's (3): Stephen Cook (C)* 740, Liz Cooper (L)* 875, Elizabeth Hubbard (LD) 316, David Kitchen (LD) 267, Neil MacDonald (L)* 868, Sandy Martin (L) 892, Edward Phillips (C) 698, Janet Phipps (G) 143, Gavin Stone (CPA) 117, Carlton Vajzovic (C) 637, John Whitear (LD) 233.

St Margaret's (3): Richard Atkins (LD) 1222, David Brown (C)* 1093, Adele Cook (L) 382, John Cooper (LD)* 1191, Carole Leggett (C) 993, Inga Lockington (LD)* 1366, Steve Reynolds (L) 380, Jane Shaw (L) 386, Jeffrey Stansfield (C) 1049.

Sprites (3): Gwynne Chipperfield (LD) 226, Roy Dovaston (C) 511, Ian Grimwood (L)* 915, Bob Hall (C) 529, Kathleen Kenna (C) 507, John Le Grys (L)* 858, Philip Richardson (LD) 217, Richard Risebrow (L)* 816, James Williams (LD) 201.

Stoke Park (3): Roger Fern (L) 754, David Mullett (LD) 267, Keith Rawlingson (L)* 730, Catherine Stafford (LD) 219, Tim Starkey (LD) 211, Barry Studd (L) 738, Duncan Titchmarsh (C) 638, Don Ward (C)* 616, Paul West (C) 638.

Westgate (3): Mary Blake (L)* 716, Martin Cook (L)* 651, Dennis Day (LD) 256, Stella Fuller (C) 393, John Harris (L)* 654, Timothy Lockington (LD) 248, Julia Schubert (C) 514, Cynthia Toye (LD) 238, Robert Watson (C) 381.

Whitehouse (3): Charlie Blue (LD) 281, Albert Grant (L) 574*, Michael Higgins (LD) 246, George King (LD) 364, Colin Morgan (C) 356, Chris Newbury (L)* 513, Trevor Payne (L)* 561, Tracy Rivers (C) 313, Mary Young (C) 322.

Whitton (3): Adrian Brown (LD) 248, Hamil Clarke (L)* 814, Sandie Doyle (C) 686, Julie Fletcher (LD) 195, Martyn Green (L)* 766, Neville Jackson (C) 649, Stephen Lark (C) 637, Graham Manuel (L) 809, Santa Richardson (LD) 210.


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