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Bishopsgarth and Elm Tree Ward — Stockton-on-Tees

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6th May 2021 [Death of Julia Cherrett; C gain from LD]

Hugo Stratton C 1055 45.2%
Matthew Eves LD 730 31.3%
Ben Lamb Lab 386 16.5%
Craig Harker Ind 165 7.1%

2nd May 2019 (2 seats) [1 LD gain from Lab]

Julia Cherrett LD 955 45.7%
David Minchella LD 807
Sharon Bailey Lab 420 20.1%
Sandra Gibson UKIP 363 17.4%
Owen Riddle Lab 360
David Smith C 350 16.8%
Miranda Jupp C 306

7th May 2015 (2 seats) [1 Lab gain from LD]

Lisa Grainge Lab 1405 39.4%
Julia Cherrett LD 1205 33.8%
Dan Johnson Lab 1197
Elliot Kennedy LD 1085
Jacky Bright C 955 26.8%
Michael Peeke-Patterson C 925

5th May 2011 (2 seats)

Julia Cherrett LD 1021 44.1%
Elliot Kennedy LD 952
Peter Davies Lab 800 34.6%
Chris Coombs Lab 798
Sandra Bainbridge C 493 21.3%
Michael Marshall-Deane C 426

3rd May 2007 (2 seats) [1 LD gain from Lab]

Suzanne Fletcher LD 1596 67.8%
Julia Roberts LD 1449
John Cunningham Lab 498 21.2%
Paul Burns Lab 483
Don Cocklin C 259 11.0%
Mike Forster C 254

5th May 2005 (2 seats)

Suzanne Fletcher LD 1643 44.1%
Julia Roberts LD 1178
Paul Burns Lab 1135 30.5%
Terence Murphy Lab 911
Richard Downey C 520 14.0%
Michael Russell Ind 429 11.5%
James Wharton C 342

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