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2019 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council election

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2019 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council election
2 May 2019 2023 →

All 76 seats to Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council
39 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party Conservative Liberal Democrats Independent
Seats before 102[nb 1] 6[nb 1] 7[nb 1]
Seats won 36 15 11

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Party Poole People Labour Green
Seats before 3[nb 1] 0[nb 1] 1[nb 1]
Seats won 7 3 2

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole UK 2019.svg

Council control before election

Conservative

Council control after election

No overall control

The 2019 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council election took place on 2 May 2019 to elect the inaugural members of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council in England, formed from the former unitary authorities of Bournemouth and Poole, and borough of Christchurch. At the same time an election for the new Christchurch Town Council was held.

A shadow authority comprising elected members of the three preceding councils and relevant members of Dorset County Council sat prior to the election. Elections for the two parish councils in the area were also held.

Background

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council held elections on 2 May 2019 along with councils across England as part of the 2019 local elections. The council elected all of its councillors for the first time under the auspices of the combined council. The merger of Bournemouth Borough Council, Christchurch Borough Council and Poole Borough Council's councils to form this new council was reported to save £500,000 per year.[2] A shadow authority of councillors for the three preceding councils and relevant members of Dorset County Council sat as a shadow authority prior to the election, with the Conservative group controlling the council and a majority of councillors being members of the Conservative Party.[3] Parish councils in the area also held elections, such as the newly formed Christchurch town council, replacing the former Borough Council, and the Highcliffe and Walkford Neighbourhood Council.[4][5] Whilst the shadow authority had 125 members, the redrawn ward boundaries meant that the newly elected body has 76 members.

Representatives from all of the main UK political parties, the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats, Labour, Green Party of England and Wales and UKIP, stood for election to the new council. Alongside the national parties, several localist groups also stood for election, such as the Poole People, Alliance for Local Living and the Engage parties, as well as the informal Christchurch Independents group.[2]

Poole People is a localist group which had previously stood in and won seats in the former Poole borough. For the 2019 election, they stood eight candidates in wards corresponding to Poole, winning seven seats in total. The Alliance for Local Living also stood parties, after being set up in 2018, and cooperating with Poole People;[6] ALL intended to stand four candidates in total, but due to the timing of the official registration of the party, only two were able to be listed on the ballot paper;[7] all four candidates also stood in Poole seats, but with only one win.

In March 2019, seven Conservative candidates, including the leader of the council David Flagg, were suspended from the party following their opposition to the merger.[8] Five of the suspended councillors (David Flagg, Margaret Phipps, Lesley Dedman, Nick Geary and Janet Abbott) alongside two existing independents (Colin Bungey and Fred Neale) stood as 'Christchurch Independents',[9] in opposition to the Conservatives, with those holding seats forming a group in the council after the election.

Overall results

The composition of the shadow authority immediately ahead of this election was:

102 7 6 3 1 1
Conservative Independent Lib Dems Poole People Green UKIP

Following the election, the composition of the council was:

36 15 11 7 3 2 1 1
Conservative Lib Dems Independent Poole People Labour Green UKIP ALL

Summary

The table below only tallies the votes of the highest polling candidate for each party within each ward. This is known as the top candidate method and is often used for multi-member plurality elections.

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council election, 2019
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Conservative 36 36 n/a gain 47.36 28.02 31,751
  Liberal Democrats 15 15 n/a gain 19.73 18.93 21,450
  Independent 11 11 n/a gain 14.47 15.16 17,184
  Labour 3 3 n/a gain 3.94 12.64 14,331
  Green 2 2 n/a gain 2.63 11.65 13,206
  Poole People 7 7 n/a gain 9.21 5.90 6,688
  UKIP 1 1 n/a gain 1.31 5.18 5,876
  Alliance for Local Living 1 1 n/a gain 1.31 1.97 2,234
  Engage Party 0 0 n/a gain 0 0.51 580

Aftermath

Council composition after the election
Council composition after the election

The election resulted in no overall control, with no party winning the thirty-nine seats required for an overall majority; whilst the Conservatives were the largest party on the council, they lacked a majority. The Conservatives held seats in Bournemouth, with other parties and independents performing well in both Christchurch and Poole.[10] The newly formed Christchurch Independents group, who were the third largest group with seven seats, said that they would be open to working with all parties except the Conservatives, who had led the creation of the new authority.[11] Conservative councillor John Beesley said that the Conservatives should run the council, and that he was prepared to run a minority administration if no other party would support him.[12] The Liberal Democrats also announced their intention to form a coalition with other parties on the council.[12][13] Subsequently, Liberal Democrat Vikki Slade was elected council leader of a "Unity Alliance" of all the parties except the Conservatives and UKIP, with 39 members in total.[14][15]

Within the council, six party groups were formed:[16][17]

Group Councillors Composition
Opposition Conservative
36 / 76
Conservative Party
Administration Liberal Democrats
15 / 76
Liberal Democrats
Administration Christchurch Independents
8 / 76
Independents
Administration Poole People and ALL
8 / 76
Poole People, Alliance for Local Living
Administration Bournemouth Independent & Greens
4 / 76
Green Party, Independents
Administration Labour
3 / 76
Labour Party
Administration Unaligned
1 / 76
Independent
Opposition
1 / 76
UKIP

Ward results

The statement of persons nominated was posted by the authority on 5 April 2019, 299 candidates are standing.[2] Asterisks (*) denote sitting councillors seeking re-election.

Alderney and Bourne Valley

Alderney and Bourne Valley (3 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Tony Trent 1,241 36.3
Liberal Democrats Rachel Maidment 1,142 33.4
Liberal Democrats Toby Johnson 1,022 29.9
Conservative Benjamin Levy 821 24.0
Poole People Benjamin Norton 758 22.2
Conservative Gregory Welch 653 19.1
Conservative Trevor Watts 651 19.1
UKIP Joe Cryans 631 18.5
Labour Henry Land 615 18.0
Labour Lisa Weir 581 17.0
Labour David Stokes 505 14.8
Alliance for Local Living Claire Crescent 447 13.1
Independent Martin Smalley 303 8.9
Majority
Turnout 3,415 28.21%
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)

Bearwood and Merley

Bearwood and Merley (3 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats David Brown 2,115 49.8
Liberal Democrats Marcus Andrews 1,850 43.6
Liberal Democrats Richard Burton 1,746 41.1
Independent Marion Pope 1,456 34.3
Conservative Jane Newell 1,148 27.0
Conservative Ashley Fraser 949 22.4
Conservative Stephen Baker 942 22.2
Green Simon Riggs 443 10.4
Labour Siobhan Bardsley 213 5.0
Labour Gigi Sismaet 193 4.5
Labour Moe Phillips 180 4.2
Majority
Turnout 4,246 39.70%
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)

Boscombe East and Pokesdown

Boscombe East and Pokesdown (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour George Farquhar 747 30.3
Conservative Andy Jones 724 29.4
Green Susan Chapman 656 26.6
Labour Sam King 533 21.6
Conservative Gina Mackin 522 21.2
Liberal Democrats Rebecca Edwards 450 18.3
UKIP Ron Dickinson 392 15.9
Liberal Democrats Philip Dunn 346 14.1
Majority
Turnout 2,462 30.86%
Labour win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Boscombe West

Boscombe West (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Jane Kelly 666 37.1
Labour Lewis Allison 618 34.4
Conservative Philip Stanley-Watts 591 32.9
Labour Sara Armstrong 539 30.0
Green Anne Cassels 518 28.8
Liberal Democrats Paul Radcliffe 316 17.6
Majority
Turnout 1,796 23.47%
Conservative win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)

Bournemouth Central

Bournemouth Central (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Mike Greene 883 41.5
Conservative Hazel Allen 846 39.8
Independent David Smith 625 29.4
Green Sarah Bedford 452 21.3
Labour Philip Murray 349 16.4
Labour Charlie Nixon 289 13.6
Liberal Democrats Craig Norman 208 9.8
Liberal Democrats Kevin Williams 171 8.0
Majority
Turnout 2,126 25.68%
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Broadstone

Broadstone (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Vikki Slade 2,899 67.2
Liberal Democrats Mike Brooke 2,892 67.0
Conservative David Newell 1,035 24.0
Conservative Helen Lawrence 875 20.3
UKIP Paula Holyoak 299 6.9
Labour Robin Phillips 136 3.2
Labour Pete Stratford 118 2.7
Majority
Turnout 4,315 49.67%
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)

Burton and Grange

Burton and Grange (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent David Flagg* 1,196 51.2
Independent Simon McCormack 1,053 45.1
Labour Claire Wade 525 22.5
Labour Andrew Dunne 420 18.0
Conservative Wendy Grace 363 15.5
Conservative Brian Case 358 15.3
Green Benjamin Pantling 187 8.0
Liberal Democrats Robert Dawson 146 6.3
Liberal Democrats Frederick Worthy 125 5.4
Majority
Turnout 2,336 33.46%
Independent win (new seat)
Independent win (new seat)

Canford Cliffs

Canford Cliffs (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative May Haines 1,990 61.9
Conservative Mohan Iyengar 1,851 57.6
Independent Peter Pawlowski 615 19.1
Independent David Young 555 17.3
Liberal Democrats Robin Rennison 555 17.3
Liberal Democrats Dave Yates 372 11.6
Labour Martin Holst 185 5.8
Majority
Turnout 3,214 40.58%
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Canford Heath

Canford Heath (3 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Sandra Moore 1,966 56.3
Liberal Democrats Chris Matthews 1,753 50.2
Liberal Democrats Pete Parrish 1,541 44.2
Conservative Sean Gabriel 899 25.8
Conservative Ruth Thompson 871 25.0
Conservative Raymond Tindle 657 18.8
UKIP Christopher Spence 552 15.8
Labour Janet Green 397 11.4
Green Andrew Hawkins 335 9.6
Labour Rob Bassinder 250 7.2
Labour Trisha Hyder 238 6.8
Majority
Turnout 3,490 32.51%
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)

Christchurch Town

Christchurch Town (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Mike Cox 891 29.6
Conservative Peter Hall 851 28.2
Liberal Democrats Michael Tarling 850 28.2
Conservative Peter Watson-Lee 716 23.8
Independent Fred Neale 668 22.2
Independent Lindy Stuart-Clark 625 20.7
Green Steve Docherty 386 12.8
Labour Robert Hope 348 11.5
Labour David Munnik 279 9.3
Majority
Turnout 3,014 38.20%
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Commons

Commons (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Colin Bungey 1,623 51.9
Independent Margaret Phipps 1,567 50.1
No party description Jim Biggin 469 15.0
Liberal Democrats Carol Gardiner 458 14.7
Conservative Victoria Hallam 438 14.0
Conservative Lisle Smith 403 12.9
Liberal Democrats Fenella Vick 394 12.6
Labour Peter Stokes 223 7.1
Labour Antoinette Pearce 208 6.7
Majority
Turnout 3,125 40.53%
Independent win (new seat)
Independent win (new seat)

Creekmoor

Creekmoor (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Judy Butt 877 38.8
UKIP Diana Butler 591 26.2
Conservative Steve Hayes 584 25.8
Liberal Democrats Paul Slade 519 23.0
Independent Shaun Connolly 503 22.3
Liberal Democrats Trevor Morton 446 19.7
Green Wayland Goodliffe 288 12.7
Labour Ruby Free 211 9.3
Majority
Turnout 2,260 31.26%
Conservative win (new seat)
UKIP win (new seat)

East Cliff and Springbourne

East Cliff and Springbourne (3 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Anne Filer 1,016 36.2
Conservative David Kelsey 971 34.6
Conservative Roberto Rocca 861 30.7
Labour Tina Thompson 715 25.5
Labour Ian Prankerd 691 24.6
Labour David Thompson 663 23.6
Green Frank Miles 639 22.8
Liberal Democrats Alfreda Christensen-Barton 488 17.4
Liberal Democrats Jordan Blackwell 451 16.1
Liberal Democrats Brian Jenner 447 15.9
Independent Oli Cheetham 444 15.8
Majority
Turnout 2,808 24.02%
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

East Southbourne and Tuckton

East Southbourne and Tuckton (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Eddie Coope 1,659 56.5
Conservative Malcolm Davies 1,464 49.9
Green Jane Bull 658 22.4
Liberal Democrats Jon Nicholas 597 20.3
Labour Toni Colledge 356 12.1
Liberal Democrats David Ruffer 331 11.3
Labour Alan Davidson 245 8.3
Majority
Turnout 2,935 38.64%
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Hamworthy

Hamworthy (3 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Poole People Julie Bagwell 1,621 51.6
Poole People Daniel Butt 1,411 44.9
Conservative Mike White 773 24.6
Conservative Mike Wilkins 725 23.1
UKIP John Butler 638 20.3
Conservative Vishal Gupta 606 19.3
Green Ian Hay 460 14.6
Labour Sarah Ward 453 14.4
Labour Jim Buchanan 436 13.9
Labour Neil Duncan-Jordan 408 13.0
Liberal Democrats Peter Sidaway 224 7.1
Liberal Democrats David Chicken 196 6.2
Liberal Democrats Declan Stones 162 5.2
Majority
Turnout 3,144 30.43%
Poole People win (new seat)
Poole People win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Highcliffe and Walkford

Highcliffe and Walkford (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Nigel Brooks 1,792 48.1
Independent Nick Geary 1,617 43.4
Conservative Trish Jamieson 1,192 32.0
Conservative Colin Jamieson 1,017 27.3
Liberal Democrats Lily Cox 379 10.2
Liberal Democrats Lucy Harris 351 9.4
Labour Kathryn Boniface 297 8.0
Labour Roger Boniface 266 7.1
Majority
Turnout 3,728 44.22
Independent win (new seat)
Independent win (new seat)

Kinson

Kinson (3 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Duane Farr 1,086 31.7
Conservative Laurence Fear 1,019 29.7
Conservative Norman Decent 937 27.3
Labour Catherine Gutmann Roberts 810 23.6
Labour Joanne Oldale 787 23.0
Labour Carl Richards 752 21.9
Independent Mark Battistini 682 19.9
Independent Amadeo Angiolini 665 19.4
UKIP Melita Jeffries 656 19.1
Independent John Perkins 520 15.2
Green Carla Gregory-May 505 14.7
Liberal Democrats Jack Holliss 270 7.9
Liberal Democrats Ann Smith 262 7.6
Engage Susan Lennon 224 6.5
Majority
Turnout 3,428 26.54
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Littledown and Iford

Littledown and Iford (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Lawrence Williams 1,182 48.0
Conservative Bobbie Dove 1,156 47.0
Liberal Democrats Catherine Bishop 556 22.6
Green David Ball 552 22.4
Labour Pauline Haynes 372 15.1
Labour Bill Brandwood 326 13.3
Liberal Democrats Muiruri Coyne 312 12.7
Majority
Turnout 2,460 32.62
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Moordown

Moordown (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Sarah Anderson 867 40.0
Conservative Beverley Dunlop 612 28.2
Green Alice Bisson 569 26.2
Green Joe Salmon 499 23.0
Labour Nigel Apperley 420 19.4
UKIP Mike Clark 378 17.4
Labour David Griffiths 376 17.3
UKIP Sylvi Clark 331 15.3
Majority
Turnout 2,170
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Mudeford, Stanpit and West Highcliffe

Mudeford, Stanpit and West Highcliffe (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Lesley Dedman 1,827 50.5
Independent Paul Hilliard 1,722 47.6
Conservative Claire Bath 1,168 32.3
Conservative Ray Nottage 873 24.1
Liberal Democrats Fiona Cox 377 10.4
Liberal Democrats Keith Harrison 333 9.2
Labour Gillian Hope 244 6.7
Labour William Deans 241 6.7
Majority
Turnout 3,618 44.95
Independent win (new seat)
Independent win (new seat)

Muscliff and Strouden Park

Muscliff and Strouden Park (3 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Kieron Wilson 2,129 51.5
Independent Lisa Northover 1,581 38.3
Conservative Derek Borthwick 1,022 24.7
Conservative Ian Clark 973 23.5
Independent John Trickett 846 20.5
Conservative Michael Weinhonig 841 20.3
Green Peter Lucas 694 16.8
Independent John Adams 652 15.8
UKIP Fiona Dougherty 621 15.0
Labour Jilly Grower 531 12.8
Labour Paul Forsdick 427 10.3
Labour Steve Laughton 410 9.9
Majority
Turnout 4,133
Independent win (new seat)
Independent win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Newtown and Heatherlands

Newtown and Heatherlands (3 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Millie Earl 1,785 45.7
Liberal Democrats Marlon Le Poidevin 1,637 41.9
Liberal Democrats Mark Robson 1,388 35.6
Conservative Malcolm Farrelll 862 22.1
Green Adrian Oliver 835 21.4
Conservative Craig Allison 733 18.8
Labour Emma Lang 707 18.1
UKIP Vicky Spence 657 16.8
Labour Alan Daniels 645 16.5
Conservative Thomas Lindsey 638 16.3
Engage Marty Caine 356 9.1
Majority
Turnout 3,904 29.91
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)

Oakdale

Oakdale (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Poole People Peter Miles 1,406 50.8
Alliance for Local Living Felicity Rice 1,119 40.4
Conservative Ian Potter 701 25.3
Conservative Janet Walton 527 19.0
UKIP Janice Long 421 15.2
Liberal Democrats Sean Perrin 334 12.1
Liberal Democrats Tansy Earl 321 11.6
Labour Ian Aitkenhead 294 10.6
Majority
Turnout 2,770
Poole People win (new seat)
Alliance for Local Living win (new seat)

Parkstone

Parkstone (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Poole People Stephen Baron 1,300 43.5
Conservative Ann Stribley 942 31.5
Conservative John Challinor 815 27.3
Liberal Democrats Crispin Goodall 615 20.6
Independent Michael Hancock 609 20.4
Green Keith Lawson 486 16.3
Liberal Democrats Grant Gillingham 425 14.2
Labour Jo Aylward-Carter 406 13.6
Majority
Turnout 2,987 36.79
Poole People win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Penn Hill

Penn Hill (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Tony O'Neill 1,157 39.6
Conservative Bryan Dion 1,030 35.2
Liberal Democrats Brian Clements 1,016 34.8
Liberal Democrats Rich Douglas 920 31.5
Green Hannah Macklin 766 26.2
Labour Mini Kingman 455 15.6
Majority
Turnout 2,922 34.86
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Poole Town

Poole Town (3 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Poole People Mark Howell 1,603 47.9
Poole People Andy Hadley 1,593 47.6
Poole People L-J Evans 1,551 46.3
Labour Sue Aitkenhead 748 22.3
Conservative Andy Garner-Watts 666 19.9
Labour Andy Proctor 664 19.8
Labour Philippa Connolly 647 19.3
Conservative Xena Dion 647 19.3
Conservative Tom Lintern-Mole 632 18.9
Liberal Democrats Jon Cox 328 9.8
Liberal Democrats Tim Joyce 253 7.6
Liberal Democrats Quenten Walker 211 6.3
Independent Simon Lane 76 2.3
Independent William Kimmet 71 2.1
Majority
Turnout 3,348 33.41%
Poole People win (new seat)
Poole People win (new seat)
Poole People win (new seat)

Queen's Park

Queen's Park (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Mark Anderson 1,071 45.1
Conservative Cheryl Johnson 921 38.8
Green Alasdair Keddie 474 19.9
Labour Sharon Carr-Brown 395 16.6
Green Elizabeth McManus 363 15.3
Labour Susan Fisher 346 14.6
UKIP David Hughes 299 12.6
Liberal Democrats Gillian Pardy 271 11.4
Liberal Democrats Lorraine Crouch 261 11.0
Majority
Turnout
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Redhill and Northbourne

Redhill and Northbourne (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Stephen Bartlett 1,281 49.2
Conservative Jackie Edwards 660 25.4
Independent Richard Sheridan 654 25.1
Conservative David D'Orton-Gibson 639 24.6
UKIP Marilyn Day 372 14.3
Labour Ann Williams 292 11.2
Green Martine Smid-Weevers 282 10.8
Liberal Democrats Heather Dalziel 243 9.3
Labour Darren Taylor 212 8.1
Liberal Democrats Phillip Lucas 155 6.0
Majority
Turnout 2,602 34.39%
Independent win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Talbot and Branksome Woods

Talbot and Branksome Woods (3 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Philip Broadhead 1,439 44.7
Conservative Drew Mellor 1,433 44.5
Conservative Karen Rampton 1,399 43.4
Independent Lynda B-Price 719 22.3
Green Yasmine Osbourne 666 20.7
Liberal Democrats Jana Sadeh 567 17.6
Liberal Democrats Matthew Gillett 561 17.4
Liberal Democrats David England 548 17.0
Labour Jago Corry 450 14.0
Labour Ruth Messer 440 13.7
Labour Patrick Connolly 437 13.6
Majority
Turnout 3,221 31.50
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Wallisdown and Winton West

Wallisdown and Winton West (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Nigel Hedges 872 42.4
Conservative Susan Phillips 831 40.4
Green Matthew Burgess 427 20.8
Green Chris Henderson 387 18.8
Labour Michael Cracknell 357 17.4
Liberal Democrats Ines Antunovic-Thomson 352 17.1
Labour Lloyd Owen 334 16.2
Liberal Democrats Martin Rodger 280 13.6
Majority
Turnout 2,056
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

West Southbourne

West Soutbourne (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Lisa Lewis 718 27.4
Conservative Bob Lawton 708 27.0
Labour Corrie Drew 695 26.5
Liberal Democrats Gary Mitchell 695 26.5
Liberal Democrats Henry Castledine 685 26.2
Conservative Blair Crawford 675 25.8
Independent Chris Mayne 636 24.3
Majority
Turnout 2,619 33.27
Labour win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Westbourne and West Cliff

Westbourne and West Cliff (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative John Beesley 1,236 48.1
Conservative Nicola Greene 1,195 46.6
Liberal Democrats Laura Young 588 22.9
Green Liz Elwick 543 21.2
Liberal Democrats Phoebe Castledine 420 16.4
Labour Patrick Canavan 406 15.8
Labour Stephen Sinsbury 281 10.9
Majority
Turnout 2,567
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Winton East

Winton East (2 seats)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Green Simon Bull 1,385 63.6
Green Chris Rigby 1,198 55.0
Conservative Patrick Oakley 468 21.5
Conservative Cameron Adams 403 18.5
Labour Cecilia Penn 338 15.5
Labour John Kingston 328 15.1
Majority
Turnout 2,177
Green win (new seat)
Green win (new seat)

References

Notes
  1. ^ a b c d e f Councillors in the shadow authority.[1]
Citations
  1. ^ "Your Councillors". moderngov.bcpshadowauthority.com. 9 April 2019. Retrieved 9 April 2019.
  2. ^ a b c Josh Wright (5 April 2019). "Local elections 2019: All the candidates standing for the new Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole council". Bournemouth Echo. Retrieved 16 April 2019.
  3. ^ Darren Slade (2 April 2019). "Day one of new councils – now it's election campaign time". Bournemouth Echo. Retrieved 16 April 2019.
  4. ^ Josh Wright (11 April 2019). "The candidates for the new Christchurch Town Council". Bournemouth Echo. Retrieved 16 April 2019.
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