Wokingham Borough Council election results

Published: 2 May 2008 12:25

THE CONSERVATIVES are celebrating a comfortable hold in Wokingham Borough after gaining an extra seat from the Lib Dems in Hillside.

BULMERSHE (LIB HOLD)

Greg Bello (Lab) 345

Peter Jackson (UKIP) 131

JENNY LISSAMAN (LIB) 1,168

Shalid Younis (Con) 944

EMMBROOK (CON HOLD)

ULLAKARIN CLARK (CON) 1,521

Ann Davis (UKIP) 289

Keith Malvern (Lib) 788

Paul Sharples (Lab) 128

LODDON (LIB HOLD)

Parry Batth (Con) 842

PHILLIP CHALLIS (LIB) 1,284

Alberto Troccoli (Lab) 112

Bernard Wakeford (UKIP) 84

FINCHAMPSTEAD NORTH (CON HOLD)

Ian Gordon (UKIP) 118

MIKE GORE (CON) 1,420

James May (Lib) 325

FINCHAMPSTEAD SOUTH (CON HOLD)

Geoff Bulpitt (UKIP) 142

GERALD COCKROFT (CON) 1,177

Roland Cundy (Lib) 438

TWYFORD (LIB HOLD)

STEPHEN CONWAY (LIB) 1,441

Jon Jarvis (Con) 560

Roy Mantel (Lab) 65

Gerrald Sleep (UKIP) 45

HURST (CON HOLD)

Daniel Clifton (Lab) 53

ANNETTE DRAKE (CON) 699

Amy Thornton (UKIP) 39

Paul Trott (Lib) 136

REMENHAM, WARGRAVE AND RUSCOMBE (CON HOLD)

Martin Alder (Lib) 382

Stuart Crainer (Lab) 73

CLAIRE STRETTON (CON) 1,330

SHINFIELD SOUTH (CON HOLD)

Marjory Bisset (Green) 136

MALCOLM BRYANT (CON) 1,140

Andrew Findlay (UKIP) 57

RIchard Mitchell (Lib) 259

WESTCOTT (CON HOLD)

Mark Burke (BNP) 44

Frank Carstairs (UKIP) 164

David Vaughan (Lib) 304

John Woodward (Lab) 102

BOB WYATT (CON) 929

MAIDEN ERLEGH (CON HOLD)

CHRISTOPHER EDMUNDS (CON) 1,508

David Hogg (Green) 136

Jacqueline Rupert (Lab) 206

Caroline Smith (Lib) 584

Peter Williams (UKIP) 134

NORREYS (CON HOLD)

Stephen Bacon (Lib) 446

LEE GORDON WALKER (CON) 1,369

Keith Knight (UKIP) 257

Jennifer Spratley (Lab) 234

The Tories gained a seat in Hillside from the Lib Dems.

HILLSIDE (CON GAIN)

David Hare (Lib) 1,038

Taff Jones (UKIP) 99 PAULINE JORGENSEN (CON) 1,449

David Sharp (Lab) 174

WOKINGHAM WITHOUT (CON HOLD)

PAULINE HELLIAR-SYMONS (CON) 1,714 Robert May (Lib) 302

Graham Widdows (UKIP) 233

CHARVIL (CON HOLD)

Emma Hobbs (Con) 746

Joan Huntley (UKIP) 20

John Illenden (Lib) 317

Brian Scott (Lab) 51

WINNERSH (CON HOLD)

John Baker (Lab) 110

Vincent Pearson (UKIP) 134

John Peffers (Lib) 997

Elizabeth Siggery (Con) 1,162

In the first Wokingham Borough Council seat declared, Tory Matthew Deegan comfortably held onto Hawkedon ward in Earley.

HAWKEDON (CON HOLD)

MATTHEW DEEGAN (CON) 1,275

John Eastwell (Lib Dem) 538

David Lamb (UKIP) 90

EVENDONS (CON HOLD)

Jeremy Harley (Lib) 521

DIANNE KING (CON) 1,456

Anthony Skuse (Lab) 128

Mike Spencer (UKIP) 203

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