LANCASTER CITY COUNCIL ELECTION RESULTS Voters went to the polls in the local elections on Thursday at the same time as the General Election.
The count began at 9am on Saturday at Salt Ayre Sports Centre for the Lancaster City Council and parish council elections, which includes Morecambe Town Council. Councillor Woodruff was elected for the fifth time in 22 years as a councillor although he said this was his closest vote yet as the Green party candidate Bob Bould was only 154 votes behind. "I'm absolutely burberry reduziert delighted although my knees are shaking," said Coun burberry official website usa Woodruff, who runs an outdoor sandwich bar at the Crook o'Lune. "There is a lot of movement towards the Greens in Halton. But I'm really proud that people are willing to go on again with the old fella! "We've lost the western side of the village to the M6 link and I'm now keen to make sure the village doesn't expand towards the east and take up the greenfield area. Housing needs to be brownfield." Veteran councillor Roger Mace won the first Tory seat of the day, retaining in Kellet ward with a 766 majority over Labour candidate Jean Taylor. The former council leader thanked staff at local polling stations and his wife of 40 years, Joyce. Two Greens, Dave Brookes and Nick Wilkinson, got their party on the board with wins in Castle ward. Greens swept the board in Bulk ward with wins for Tim Hamilton Cox, Caroline Jackson and Andrew Kay. The new mayor, Councillor Jon Barry, won for the Greens in Marsh, alongside Rebecca Novell. Councillor Barry said: "There's only one thing on my mind burberry usa online store at the moment, and that's does anybody know where I can get a really cheap second hand mayor's outfit?" Nigel Goodrich, husband of Nancy Goodrich, the vicar of Bolton le Sands, won for the Conservatives in Silverdale. "We're over the moon with yesterday's result in the General Election, no one really expected that outcome," he said. Tory leader Peter Williamson also won in Upper Lune Valley, as did Susan Sykes in Warton and outgoing mayor Susie Charles in Ellel, alongside her fellow Conservative Helen Helme. Labour gained their first city council seats of the day with wins for Margaret Pattison and Ron Sands in Heysham North. "Hooray! I love being a councillor," said Coun Pattison from the stage. "Four years ago I didn't know a lot about Lancaster City Council but with what they and the community have taught me, buy burberry bags online a know quite a lot now." Leader of Lancaster City council, Eileen Blamire, retained her John o'Gaunt seat for Labour. "For years the leader of Lancaster City Council has lost their seat in the next election," said Councillor Blamire. "Now I've broken the duck. "I have sympathy for those who have lost their seats having worked on the council for 28 years." Her fellow Labour candidates Liz Scott and Richard Newman Thompson also won in John o'Gaunt. Labour also swept the board in Skerton East with Robert Redfern, Janet Hall and Abbott Bryning, who has been a councillor since 1966 and will mark his half century on council next year, winning the vote. Patricia Whitehead and James Leyshon also won in Scotforth East for Labour. In the Lancaster University and Scotforth Rural ward, Labour candidates Lucy Atkinson and Matt Mann won seats, as did Green Sam Armstrong.
Jack Filmore who was also standing for the Greens in the ward, congratulated his colleague on his win. Jack said: "I am very glad our candidate Sam Armstrong got elected, disappointing we didn't get two or three seats, I think it is a real great achievement to keep that one seat though.".
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