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Cheltenham Borough Council local election results

By This is Gloucestershire  |  Posted: May 07, 2010

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The below are the results for the borough council election in Cheltenham.

The leading Liberal Democrat group has extended its control of the council, ousting Conservative group leader Stuart Hutton, but Cheltenham Town chairman Paul Baker has failed in his bid to be re-elected in Charlton Park.

Just one vote separated Lib Dem big-hitter Andrew McKinlay from sitting Tory David Hall in Up Hatherley - and it was the Liberal who clinched the seat.

​Cheltenham Borough Council

All Saints

Peter Christensen, Conservatives 937

Diana Hale, Labour 190

Ian Lander, Green 164

Charles Stewart, Liberal Democrats 1,420 ELECTED

Battledown

Paul McCloskey, Liberal Democrats 1,438

Paul McClain, Conservatives 1,563 - ELECTED

Benhall and The Reddings

Nigel Britter, Liberal Democrats 1,701 - ELECTED

Chris Mason, Conservatives 1,241

Birgit Whitman, Green 155

Charlton Kings

Sarah Field, Green 222

Helena McCloskey, Liberal Democrats 1,611 - ELECTED

Chris Ryder, Conservatives 1,537

Charlton Park

Paul Baker, Liberal Democrats 1,512

Penny Hall, Conservatives 1,641 - ELECTED

College

Victoria Angelo-Thomson, Green 223

Garth Barnes, Liberal Democrats 1,664 - ELECTED

Charlie Perkins, Conservatives 1,175

Hester’s Way

Richard East, Conservatives 829

Simon Wheeler, Liberal Democrats 1,767 - ELECTED

Lansdown

Barbara Driver, Conservatives 1,361 - ELECTED

John Heywood, Green 205

Leone Meyer, Liberal Democrats 1,186

Leckhampton

Ian Bickerton, Liberal Democrats 1,639 - ELECTED

Timothy Bonsor, Green 216

Tim Harman, Conservatives 1,506

Oakley (two seats)

Clive Harriss, Labour 282

Colin Hay, Liberal Democrats 1,174 - ELECTED

Rowena Hay, Liberal Democrats 1,066 - ELECTED

Brian Hughes, Labour 294

Mireille Weller, Conservatives 646

Nathan Weller, Conservatives 583

Park

Alexis Cassin, Liberal Democrats 1,585

Rob Garnham, Conservatives 1,917 - ELECTED

Jon Stubbings, Green 257

Pittville

Geraldine Beaty, Conservatives 863

Cathy Green, Green 151

Diane Hibbert People Against Bureaucracy 971 - ELECTED

John Oates, Liberal Democrats 966

Prestbury

Heiman Chan, Liberal Democrats 754

Terence Derry, Conservatives 842

Les Godwin People Against Bureaucracy 1,798 - ELECTED

Springbank (two seats)

Peter Jeffries, Liberal Democrats 1,688 - ELECTED

Leon Mekitarian, Conservatives - 729

John Morris, Liberal Democrats 1,626 - ELECTED

Helen Smith, Conservatives 746

St Mark’s

Michael Bourne, Conservatives 804

Rod Gay, Labour 290

Sandra Holliday, Liberal Democrats 1,517 - ELECTED

Sherri Williams, Green 131

St Paul’s

Adrian Becker, Green 210

Greg Patton, Conservatives 518

Jon Walklett, Liberal Democrats 1,347 - ELECTED

St Peter’s

Robert Irons, Labour 271

Emma Logan, Conservatives 847

Pat Thornton, Liberal Democrats 1,685 - ELECTED

Swindon Village

John Hardman, Conservatives 925

Paul Massey, Liberal Democrats 1,728 - ELECTED

Up Hatherley

David Hall, Conservatives 1,469

Matthew Hodgkinson, Green 125

Andrew McKinlay, Liberal Democrats 1,470 - ELECTED

Neville Mozley, Labour 129

Warden Hill

Stuart Hutton, Conservatives 1,463

Josephine Teakle, Liberal Democrats 1,540 - ELECTED

Adam Van Coevorden, Green 219

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    David Reynolds, Up Hatherley  |  May 10 2010, 10:32AM

    Losing by 1 vote is just so unfair, especially after 4 recounts, but David Hall (Up Hatherley Ward) was quite laid back by the situation when I spoke to him later that day. He said he would have more time to persue his own interests, but would still carry on as a Parish Councillor for Up Hatherley, a position he has held for nearly 30 years.

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    Irritated, Cheltenham  |  May 08 2010, 6:36PM

    Even now that the results are actually on here, the format is hopeless. Would it be too much to ask for the totals to be in there?? The Chelt borough website is much better.

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    Neil, Cheltenham  |  May 07 2010, 2:46PM

    Most people already know who their candidates were, I thought you were going to post the winners!!!

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    Matt H, Cheltenham  |  May 07 2010, 1:14PM

    Agreed, Pingu. The manner of the count in Cheltenham has been very poor, and so too it seems is the reporting.....

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    pingu, Hesters Way  |  May 07 2010, 1:04PM

    erm ... these aren't results, they are just a list of candidates and wards listed alphabetically. Change the headline please.

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