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Horsham Tanbridge & Broadbridge Heath (electoral division)

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Horsham Tanbridge & Broadbridge Heath
Horsham Tanbridge & Broadbridge Heath

Shown within West Sussex
District: Horsham
UK Parliament Constituency: Horsham
Ceremonial county: West Sussex
EU Constituency: South East England
Electorate (2009): 6800
County Councillor
David Sheldon (LD)

Horsham Tanbridge & Broadbridge Heath is an electoral division of West Sussex in England, and returns one member to sit on West Sussex County Council.


The division covers the southwestern part of the town of Horsham and the village of Broadbridge Heath.

It comprises the following Horsham District wards: Broadbridge Heath Ward and Denne Ward; and of the following civil parishes: the southwestern part of Horsham, and Broadbridge Heath.

Election results

2013 Election

Results of the election held on 2 May 2013:

Horsham Tanbridge & Broadbridge Heath
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats David Sheldon 721 35.7 -20.4
Conservative Ronald Vimpany 551 27.3 -11.3
UKIP Martin Bridewell 537 26.6 N/A
Labour Raymond Chapman 212 10.5 +5.2
Majority 170 8.4 -9.1
Turnout 2,021 29.2 -10.0
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

2009 Election

Results of the election held on 4 June 2009:

Horsham Tanbridge & Broadbridge Heath
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats David Sheldon 1,496 56.1
Conservative Laurence Deakins 1,030 38.6
Labour David Hide 141 5.3
Majority 466 17.5
Turnout 2,667 39.2
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)

This division came into existence as the result of a boundary review recommended by the Boundary Committee for England, the results of which were accepted by the Electoral Commission in March 2009.


Election Results - West Sussex County Council

External links

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