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South Ribble results for the Lancashire County Council 2017 local elections

Posted on - 5th May, 2017 - 10:51am | Author - | Posted in - Bamber Bridge, Lostock Hall, News, Penwortham, Politics, Preston Council
Counting taking place at Guild Hall

Results for the 2017 Lancashire County Council elections will appear below as and when they are announced.

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You can also follow our live updates during Friday 5 May direct from the count in Preston.

These are the results for the South Ribble wards only, Preston are available here and the full county-wide picture is here.

Leyland Central
Rick Bridge – Lib Dems – 212
Matthew Vincent Tomlinson – Labour – 1895 (ELECTED) 
Paul Joseph Harry Wharton – Conservatives – 1712

Leyland South
Gail Pamela Hodson – Labour – 1510
Jayne Louise Rear – Conservatives – 1806 (ELECTED)
Paul Anthony Valentine – Lib Dems – 460

Lostock Hall and Bamber Bridge
Marion Hancock – Lib Dems – 202
Jim Marsh – Conservatives – 1753 (ELECTED)
David John Watts – Labour – 1431

Moss Side and Farington
Michael Anthony Green – Conservatives – 2275 (ELECTED)
Lee Cedric Jameson – Labour – 764
Carol Ann Stunnell – Lib Dems – 292

Penwortham East and Walton-le-Dale
Joan Mary Burrows – Conservatives – 1990 (ELECTED)
Geoffrey Lee Crewe – Lib Dems – 236
Sue Prynn – Labour – 1429

Penwortham West
Christopher Harold Berry – Labour – 699
David Howarth – Lib Dems – 2258 (ELECTED) 
Andy Pratt – Conservatives – 1809

South Ribble East
Alison Hesketh-Holt – Lib Dems – 205
David Paul Savage – Labour – 943
Andrew Edward Wright – Green Party – 163
Barrie Yates – Conservatives – 2326 (ELECTED) 

South Ribble West
Aniela Sheila Bylinski Gelder – Labour – 733
Graham Leonard George Gooch – Conservatives – 3114 (ELECTED)
David William Saul – Lib Dems – 436

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