Preston City Council local elections 2023 full list of results

Posted on - 5th May, 2023 - 5:02pm | Author - | Posted in - Ashton-on-Ribble, Brookfield, Cadley, Cottam, Deepdale, Fishwick, Frenchwood, Fulwood, Garrison, Greyfriars, Ingol, Larches, Lea, Plungington, Politics, Preston City Centre, Preston Council, Preston Guild Hall, Preston News, Ribbleton, Sharoe Green, St Matthews
Local elections 2023 Pic: Preston City Council
Local elections 2023 Pic: Preston City Council

The Preston City Council local elections took place yesterday (Thursday 4 May) with Labour holding 10 out of the 16 seats available.

There was no change elsewhere as the Conservative Party, Liberal Democrats and Labour and Co-operative Party held three seats each.

Female councillor, Naoimh McMahon, who made history last year involved in creating the first all-female ward in Preston City Council, was once again elected for the Brookfield Ward this year.

The count took place this Friday morning at Preston Guild Hall. There was an overall turnout of 26.90 per cent.

Ashton Ward

Elizabeth Alison Atkins, – Labour Party: 1,114 votes Elected

David Brooks – Alliance for Democracy and Freedom: 68 votes

Jeremy Dable – Liberal Democrats: 208 votes

Tes Slater – Conservative Party: 374 votes

Brookfield Ward

Kevin Brockbank – Conservative Party: 218 votes

Edward Craven – Liberal Democrats: 99 votes

Naoimh McMahon – Labour and Co-operative Party: 817 votes Elected

Cadley Ward

Cirenia Martinez Navarro – Labour Party: 544 votes

Daniel Paul Nuttall – Conservative Party: 337 votes

John Potter – Liberal Democrats: 1,103 votes Elected

City Centre Ward

Carol Henshaw – Labour and Co-operative Party: 1,035 votes Elected

Mike Peak – Liberal Democrats: 146 votes

Andy Pratt – Conservative Party: 241 votes

Dan Thompson – Green Party 123 votes

Deepdale Ward

Rebecca Potter – Liberal Democrats: 112 votes

Samir Vohra – Labour Party: 1,470 votes Elected

Nilli Williamson – Conservative Party: 104 votes

Fishwick and Frenchwood Ward

Yakub Patel – Labour Party: 1,165 votes Elected

Ishaq Vaez – Conservative Party: 365 votes

Jurgen Voges – Liberal Democrats: 92 votes

Garrison Ward

Freddie Bailey – Labour Party: 1,363 votes Elected

Adam Bhailok – Conservative Party: 502 votes

Claire Craven – Liberal Democrats: 334 votes

Greyfriars Ward

Chris Hamilton – Conservative Party: 613 votes

Tony Raisbeck – Liberal Democrats: 1,128 votes Elected

Mark Francis Routledge – Labour Party: 583 votes

Ingol and Cottam Ward

Taylor Smith Donoghue – Labour Party: 389 votes

Carolyn Gibson – Conservative Party: 626 votes

John Rutter – Liberal Democrats: 981 votes Elected

Lea and Larches Ward

Monwara Amin – Conservative Party: 199 votes

Phil Crowe – Labour Party: 896 votes Elected

Mark Jewell – Liberal Democrats: 281 votes

Plungington Ward

Matthew John Brown – Labour and Co-operative Party: 896 votes Elected

Pamela Homer – Conservative Party: 172 votes

Peter Johnstone – Liberal Democrats: 98

Preston Rural East Ward

Mark James Bell – Conservative Party: 1,150 votes Elected

Victoria Anna Blundell – Labour Party: 663 votes

Joanne Joyner – Liberal Democrats: 416 votes

Harry Landless – Conservative Party: 1,164 votes Elected

Andrew David Maclaren – Labour Party: 616 votes

Benjamin Noble – Liberal Democrats: 327 votes

Preston Rural North Ward

Daniel Guise – Liberal Democrats: 744 votes

Adam Sarwar – Labour Party: 382 votes

Sue Whittam – Conservative Party: 848 votes Elected

Ribbleton Ward

Kathryn Bosman – Liberal Democrats: 92 votes

Frankie Kennedy – Conservative Party: 177 votes

Pat Varty – Labour Party: 725 votes Elected

Sharoe Green Ward

Daniel Duckworth – Conservative Party: 644 votes

Connor Joseph Dwyer – Labour Party: 996 votes Elected

George Kulbacki – Liberal Democrats: 878 votes

St Matthews Ward

Colin Homer – Conservative Party: 134 votes

Javed Iqbal – Labour Party: 973 votes Elected

Peter Lawrence – Liberal Democrats: 95

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