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1995 Pembrokeshire County Council election

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The first elections to Pembrokeshire County Council was held on 4 May 1995.[1] It was followed by the 1999 election. On the same day there were elections to the other 21 local authorities in Wales and community councils in Wales.

Overview

All council seats were up for election. These were the first elections held following local government reorganisation and the abolition of Dyfed County Council. The ward boundaries for the new authority were based on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council and South Pembrokeshire District Council with the majority of wards continuing to elect one councillor. In some cases where two or three members were previously elected the number of representatives was reduced.

Pembrokeshire County Council election result 1995
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Labour 13
  Conservative 0
  Liberal Democrats 3
  Plaid Cymru 2
  Independent 42
  Green 0

Candidates

Most sitting members of Dyfed County council sought election to the new authority. A number were also members of the previous district councils but others contested a ward against a sitting district councillor.[2]

Results

Amroth

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The retiring Independent district councillor (and also the county councillor), A.W. Edwards, sought election for the neighbouring Lampeter Velfrey ward and the seat was taken unopposed by the Liberal Democrat candidate.

Amroth 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Ronald Young Cameron Unopposed
Liberal Democrats gain from Independent

Begelly

The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Begelly 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent John Scott Murphy* 398
Independent Neil Jackson 258
Independent Thomas John Price 111
Majority 101
Independent hold Swing

Brawdy

The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Brawdy 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent William Leslie Raymond* Unopposed
Independent hold

Burton

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Burton 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Lewis James Lloyd* 432 74.9
Labour Trevor Thomas 145 25.1
Majority 287 49.8
Independent hold Swing

Camrose

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Camrose 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent James Desmond Edward Codd* Unopposed
Independent hold

Carew

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Carew 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Norman Richard Parry* 330 66.9
Independent Brian McMahon 163 33.1
Majority 167 33.8
Independent hold Swing

Cilgerran 1995

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council.

Cilgerran
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Rev Dafydd Henry Edwards
Labour Michael Frederick McNamara
Conservative Norman Hird
Majority
Independent hold Swing

Clydau

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli District Council. The retiring district councillor did not seek re-election.

Clydau 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Plaid Cymru Rev Aled Wyn ap Gwynedd unopposed

Crymych

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Crymych 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent John Lynn Davies* unopposed
Independent hold Swing

Dinas Cross

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor. The defeated candidate had been Dyfed County Councillor for St Dogmaels since 1993.

Dinas Cross 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Alun John Bringley Griffiths* 508 76.3
Independent John William James Roberts+ 158 23.7
Majority 350 52.6
Independent hold Swing

East Williamston

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

East Williamston 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent David Gordon Williams* 425 71.5
Independent Jennifer Mary Bradley 169 28.5
Majority 256 43.0
Independent hold Swing

Fishguard (two seats)

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli District Council. The elected candidates were the retiring district councillors.

Fishguard 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Alexander Frederick Allison* unopposed
Independent Delwyn Davies* unopposed
Labour hold Swing
Independent hold Swing

Goodwick

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the Dyfed County Councillor for Fishguard. The retiring district councillor was defeated.

Goodwick 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent William Lloyd Evans+ 508 66.9
Independent William Brynmor Colnet* 251 33.1
Majority 257 33.8
Independent hold Swing

Haverfordwest Castle

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The sitting Independent member, Beryl Thomas-Cleaver, was heavily defeated.

Haverfordwest Castle 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Thomas Baden Tudor 304 39.1
Independent Mike Davies 257 33.1
Independent Beryl Mary Thomas-Cleaver* 112 14.4
Independent Mary Sinnett 104 13.4
Majority 47 6.0
Labour gain from Independent Swing

Haverfordwest Garth (two seats)

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council, although the number of seats were reduced from three to two. One of the elected candidates was a retiring district councillor. Another retiring councillor lost his seat to a Labour Party challenger. While the number of seats were reduced, Haverfordwest Garth can also be classified as an Independent hold and a Labour gain from Independent.

Haverfordwest Garth 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Peter Alan Stock* 1,352 88.3
Labour Elizabeth Joyce Watson 688 44.9
Independent Donald Richard Twigg* 666 43.5
Independent Barbara Ann Morgan 357 23.3
Majority
Independent win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)

Haverfordwest Prendergast

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected councilor was the sitting county councillor for Haverfordwest Priory, (which included the Castle and Prendergast wards). He defeated the sitting district councillor for Prendergast.

Haverfordwest Prendergast 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Haydn Eric Davies+ 544
Independent Jim G. Nicholas* 201
Majority 343
Independent hold Swing

Haverfordwest Priory

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council.

Haverfordwest Priory 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Joseph Absalom Roy Folland 279
Labour Jeffrey Bernard Thomas 261
Independent Meriel P. Lewis 196
Majority 18
Independent hold Swing

Hundleton / Stackpole

The boundaries were identical to those of the combined Hundleton and Stackpole wards on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor for Hundleton. The retiring member for Stackpole was defeated. Although a new seat, Hundleton / Stackpole can also be classified as an Independent hold.

Hundleton / Stackpole 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent John Seymore Allen-Mierhouse* 394
Labour Valerie Lucarda Jones 217
Independent Anthony Stenson* 70
Majority 177
Independent win (new seat)

Johnston

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Johnston 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent George Charles Grey unopposed
Majority 251
Independent hold Swing

Lampeter Velfrey

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor for the Amroth Ward.

Lampeter Velfrey 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Alan Walter Edwards+* 388
Labour Donna Elizabeth Lewis 256
Majority 132
Independent hold Swing

Lamphey

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Lamphey 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour David William Edwards 296
Independent Richard Frederick Shepherd 194
Independent Dilys Tice 115
Majority 102
Independent hold Swing

Letterston

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council.

Letterston 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Thomas James Richards 378
Independent Dewi Llewellyn James+ 214
Liberal Democrats Michael Ian Warden 209
Majority 164
Independent hold Swing

Llangwm

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor and also the Dyfed County Councillor for Llangwm since 1985.

Llangwm 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent William Henry Hitchings+* 460
Independent James Lester Brock 407
Majority 53
Independent hold Swing

Maenclochog

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the Dyfed County Councillor for Rudbaxton for many years.

Maenclochog 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent David John Thomas+ 643
Green Eleanor Clegg 71
Majority
Independent hold Swing

Manorbier

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the Dyfed County Councillor for Manorbier.

Manorbier 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Patricia Edwina Griffiths+ unopposed
Independent hold Swing

Martletwy

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Martletwy 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Thomas Elwyn James* unopposed
Independent hold Swing

Merlin’s Bridge

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Merlin's Bridge 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Cyril George Maurice Hughes* unopposed
Independent hold Swing

Milford Central and East (two seats)

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council.

Milford Central 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Malcolm William Pratt 715
Liberal Democrats Thomas Hutton Sinclair+ 669
Independent Anne Hughes 583
Independent Stanley Thomas Hudson* 535
Independent William John Kenneth Williams 216

Milford Hakin (two seats)

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council.

Milford Hakin 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Terry Mills 770
Independent Eric Ronald Harries+* 745
Independent George Noel William Max* 712
Independent Arthur George Edwards* 425
Independent Alun Emanuel Byrne 371
Independent Edward Terence Bowen 323
Independent Barrie Thomas Woolmer 242

Milford North and West (two seats)

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council.

Milford North and West 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour David John Adams+ 826
Independent Edward George Setterfield* 682
Independent John William Cole 492
Independent Irwin Edwards 335

Narberth

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Narberth 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Thomas David Watkins* unopposed
Independent hold Swing

Narberth Rural

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Narberth Rural 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent William Richard Colin Davies* unopposed
Independent hold Swing

Newport

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council.

Newport 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Essex Robert John Havard 399
Independent Elwyn George John* 104
Majority 295
Independent hold Swing

Neyland East

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Neyland East 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Simon Leslie Hancock* unopposed
Labour hold Swing

Neyland West

Neyland West 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Kenneth Arthur Edwards 503
Independent Patricia Ann Gilbert* 304
Majority 199
Labour gain from Independent Swing

Pembroke Monkton

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council.

Pembroke Monkton 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Kenvyn Corris Jones 330
Independent Dillwyn Morgan Davies* 256
Majority 74
Labour hold Swing

Pembroke St Mary (two seats)

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council.

Pembroke St Mary 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Clifford Henry Darlington 572
Independent Kenneth Bryan Phillips 436
Independent Pedr Staveley McMullan* 383
Liberal Democrats Ann I. Hovey 253
Independent hold Swing

Pembroke St Michael

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council.

Pembroke St Michael 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats John Martin Allen+ 407
Labour Clive John Collins 341
Majority 66
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Pembroke Dock Central

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Pembroke Dock Central 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Thomas Vivian Hay* unopposed
Independent hold Swing

Pembroke Dock Llanion

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council.

Pembroke Dock Llanion 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Jacqueline Rita Lawrence+ unopposed
Labour hold Swing

Pembroke Dock Market

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council.

Pembroke Dock Market 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent William Skyrme Rees* 362
Liberal Democrats Donald Thomas Esmond 214
Majority 148
Independent hold Swing

Pembroke Dock Pennar

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council.

Pembroke Dock Pennar 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Stephen James May+ 681
Independent Brian John Hall* 592
Majority
Labour hold Swing

Penally

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Penally 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Eileen Hodgson* unopposed
Independent hold Swing

Rudbaxton

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Rudbaxton 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent David Edwin Pritchard* unopposed
Independent hold Swing

St David's

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The retiring district councillor was defeated.

St David's 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Dilwyn Phillips 590
Independent James John Richards* 360
Majority
Independent hold Swing

St Dogmaels

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council.

St Dogmaels 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Rev Emyr Huw Jones 365
Labour Robin Wilfred Day 198
Majority
Independent hold Swing

St Ishmael's

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was a retiring district councillor for Milford Hakin.

St Ishmael's 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Basil Ralph Woodruff* unopposed
Independent hold Swing

Saundersfoot

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council.

Saundersfoot 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Rosemary Rebecca Hayes+* unopposed
Independent hold Swing

Scleddau

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Scleddau 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Alwyn Cadwallader Luke* 315
Labour Vaughan Barrah 190
Majority 125
Independent hold Swing

Solva

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous PreseliPembrokeshire District Council. The elected candidate was the retiring district councillor.

Solva 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent John Gordon Cawood* 742
Independent Kenneth Adrian Cross 79
Majority
Independent hold Swing

Tenby (two seats)

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous South Pembrokeshire District Council.

Tenby 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Michael Tracy Folland+* 1,137
Plaid Cymru Michael Williams* 844
Labour William James Rossiter 640
Independent Denzil Roger George Griffiths* 503
Independent Andrew Philip Rees 246
Independent James Phillips* 230
Independent win (new seat)
Plaid Cymru win (new seat)

The Havens

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council.

The Havens 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Eric George Sanders Mock 300
Independent Christopher J. Farr 191
Independent hold Swing

Wiston

The boundaries were identical to those of the same ward on the previous Preseli Pembrokeshire District Council.

Wiston 1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Peter Edmund Masterson 587
Independent Christopher Arthur Olding 108
Majority 479
Independent hold Swing

References

  1. ^ "Election Results". Western Mail. 6 May 1995.
  2. ^ "Familiar faces missing from candidates for new unitary authority". Western Telegraph. 5 April 1995. p. 25.
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