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Here’s who wants your vote in South Ribble for Lancashire County Council elections

Posted on - 9th April, 2017 - 8:00am | Author - | Posted in - Bamber Bridge, Lostock Hall, News, Penwortham, Politics
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Elections to Lancashire County Council are due to take place in May and here’s who wants your vote in South Ribble.

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Eight councillors are elected for the district to represent the areas of Bamber Bridge, Lostock Hall and Penwortham.

The elections take place on Thursday 4 May.

Read more: Live in Preston? Here’s who seeks your vote

Leyland Central
Rick Bridge – Lib Dems
Matthew Vincent Tomlinson – Labour
Paul Joseph Harry Wharton – Conservatives

Leyland South
Gail Pamela Hodson – Labour
Jayne Louise Rear – Conservtives
Paul Anthony Valentine – Lib Dems

Lostock Hall and Bamber Bridge
Marion Hancock – Lib Dems
Jim Marsh – Conservatives
David John Watts – Labour

Moss Side and Farington
Michael Anthony Green – Conservtives
Lee Cedric Jameson – Labour
Carol Ann Stunnell – Lib Dems

Penwortham East and Walton-le-Dale
Joan Mary Burrows – Conservatives
Geoffrey Lee Crewe – Lib Dems
Sue Prynn – Labour

Penwortham West
Christopher Harold Berry – Labour
David Howarth – Lib Dems
Andy Pratt – Conservatives

South Ribble East
Alison Hesketh-Holt – Lib Dems
David Paul Savage – Labour
Andrew Edward Wright – Green Party
Barrie Yates – Conservatives

South Ribble West
Aniela Sheila Bylinski Gelder – Labour
Graham Leonard George Gooch – Conservatives
David William Saul – Lib Dems

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