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Preston City Council local elections 2024 rolling results updates

Posted on - 3rd May, 2024 - 2:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Politics, Preston Council, Preston News
Mark Jewell won Lea and Larches for the Lib Dems from Labour Pic: Blog Preston

Sixteen of Preston City Council’s 48 seats are up for grabs as the results from the 2 May local elections are announced on Friday (3 May).

Polls closed at 10pm on Thursday evening as the Preston public is set to elect on seat in each of the city’s wards. The count will take place at Preston Guild Hall – a talking point through much of the local elections in itself – on Friday.

The majority of Preston’s battles this year are three-way tussles between candidates representing the trio of parties currently represented at the Town Hall – the ruling Labour group, the Conservative opposition and the Liberal Democrats.

Read more: Preston City Council local elections 2024: Updates, results and reaction

However, independent candidates are also standing in two wards, while the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition is fielding hopefuls in two others.

Preston City Council was, before the 2024 local elections, made up of 31 Labour seats, 10 Conservative and seven Liberal Democrats.

This article will be updated throughout Friday to reflect the results live as they come in. The graphic below will be updated when the results have concluded, while the votes and results themselves will happen in real time in the list below.

Daniel Duckworth Conservative Ashton – 339
James Hull Labour Ashton – 1,012 – elected, Labour hold
Rebecca Potter Lib Dems Ashton – 369

Edward Craven Lib Dems Brookfield – 198
Sara Holmes Labour Brookfield – 673 – elected, Labour hold
Al-Yasa Khan Conservative Brookfield – 141

Paul Balshaw Independent Cadley – 146
Jono Grisdale Labour Cadley – 497
Sarah Hart Conservative Cadley – 319
Julie Van Mierlo Lib Dems Cadley – 908 – elected, Lib Dem hold

Salim Desai – Labour and Co-operative Party City Centre – 808 – elected, Labour hold
Peter Lawrence – Liberal Democrats City Centre – 308
Andy Pratt – Conservative Party City Centre – 318

Siraz Natha Labour Deepdale – 849 – elected, Labour hold
Hasan Tunay TUSC Deepdale – 522
Jurgen Voges Lib Dems Deepdale – 176
Nilli Willliamson Conservative Deepdale – 120

Alana Mullen Lib Dems Fishwick and Frenchwood – 387
Martyn Rawlinson Labour Fishwick and Frenchwood – 924 – elected, Labour hold
Ishaq Vaez Conservative Fishwick and Frenchwood – 201

Claire Craven Lib Dems Garrison – 465
Peter Kelly Labour Garrison – 967 – elected, Labour hold
Lakwinder Singh Conservative Garrison – 365

Avery Greatorex Labour Greyfriars – 519
Dave Leme Da Silva Conservative Greyfriars – 624
Michael Peak Lib Dems Greyfriars – 1,029 – elected, Lib Dem gain

Trevor Hart Conservative Ingol and Cottam – 550
Adam Malik Labour Ingol and Cottam – 354
David Preston Reform Ingol and Cottam – 204
Ben Ward Lib Dems Ingol and Cottam – 861 – elected, Lib Dem gain

Ann Cowell Independent Lea and Larches – 305
Mark Jewell Lib Dems Lea and Larches – 578 – elected, Lib Dem gain
Jenny Mein Labour Lea and Larches – 565
Tracy Slater Conservative Lea and Larches – 147

Nweeda Khan Labour Plungington – 838, elected, Labour hold
Martin McKeever Conservative Plungington – 203
Cristina Mylroie Lib Dems Plungington – 172
Joel Patton TUSC Plungington – 137

Mark Bell Conservative Preston Rural East – 1,056 – elected, Con hold
Victoria Blundell Labour Preston Rural East – 698
Joanne Joyner Lib Dems Preston Rural East – 425

Taylor Donoghue-Smith Labour Preston Rural North – 304
Daniel Guise Lib Dems Preston Rural North – 869 – elected, Lib Dem gain
Keith Middlebrough Conservative Preston Rural North – 640

Kate Bosman Lib Dems Ribbleton – 155
Anna Hindle Labour Ribbleton – 595 – elected, Labour hold
Mary Kennedy Conservative Ribbleton – 163

George Kulbacki Lib Dems Sharoe Green – 1,050 – elected, Lib Dem gain
Mark Routledge Labour Sharoe Green – 833
David Walker Conservative Sharoe Green – 523

Sohaib Ashraf Conservative St Matthews – 152
Suleman Sarwar Labour St Matthews – 714, elected Labour hold
Rene Van Mierlo Lib Dems St Matthews – 244

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