Mid Suffolk election results 2003

MID SUFFOLKBacton and Old Newton (1): David Hodges (C) 270, *Michael Shave (Ind) 420, Roger Stearn (Green) 178. Majority 150. Turnout 48.4%. No change.

MID SUFFOLK

Bacton and Old Newton (1): David Hodges (C) 270, *Michael Shave (Ind) 420, Roger Stearn (Green) 178. Majority 150. Turnout 48.4%. No change.

Badwell Ash (1): Roy Barker (C) 668, *Malcolm Saunders (LD) 373. Majority 295. Turnout 54.1%. C gain from LD.

Claydon and Barham (2): Neil Cooper (C) 485, *Clive Crane (LD) 756, Sally Eastall (LD) 712, John Williams (C) 538. Majority 174. Turnout 38.1%. LD gain from C.


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Debenham (1): Edward Alcock (C) 386, Merlin Carr (Green) 125, Manuelo Lorenzo (LD) 221. Majority 165. Turnout: 43.6%. C gain from Ind LD.

Elmswell and Norton (2): David Etchells-Butler (C) 453, *Carol Milward (LD) 873, Douglas Reed (LD) 850. Majority 397. Turnout 37.9%. LD gain from C.

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Fressingfield (1): Emily Beanland (Green) 79, Garry Deeks (no party given) 117, *George Frost (Ind) 454, Mary Goode (LD) 88. Majority 337. Turnout 42%. Ward revised since last election.

Gislingham (1): Diana Kearsley (C) 572, *Terence O'Keefe (L) 294. Majority 278. Turnout 47%. C gain from L.

Haughley and Wetherden (1): John Davie-Thornhill (C) 335, *David Evans (L) 307. Majority 28. Turnout 39%. C gain from L.

Helmingham and Coddenham (1): Timothy Passmore (C) 415, Simon West (LD) 252. Majority 163. Turnout 40.5%. No change.

Hoxne (1): Christopher Lawrence (C) 463, Robert Van Slooten (LD) 275. Majority 188. Turnout 46.4%. C gain from LD.

Mendlesham (1): *John Gilmour (C) 412, Andrew Stringer (Green) 472. Majority 60. Turnout 50.9%. Green gain from C.

Needham Market (2): Raymond Darnell (C) 465, David Hill (L) 173, *Wendy Marchant (LD) 740, Ian Mason (C) 468, *Michael Norris (LD) 517. Majority 49. Turnout 38.6%. No change.

Onehouse (1): Bruce Cameron-Laker (C) 297, *Robert Cray (LD) 293, John Matthissen (Green) 108. Majority 4. Turnout 42%. C gain from LD.

Palgrave (1): Elaine Halton (L) 164, *Charles Michell (C) 418. Majority 254. Turnout 36.5%. No change.

Rattlesden (1): Michael Morris (Ind) 177, *Penelope Otton (LD) 488. Majority 311. Turnout 44.3%. No change.

Rickinghall and Walsham (2): John Dougall (L) 409, *Sara Michell (C) 797, *Alec Russell (C) 812. Majority 388. Turnout 37%. No change.

Ringshall (1): Patricia Godden (LD) 340, Eleanor Rauh (C) 286. Majority 54. Turnout 32.6%. No change.

Stowmarket Central (2): *Marilyn Finbow (L) 518, *Gordon Paton (C) 621, Poppy Robinson (C) 558, Ronald Snell (L) 428. Majority 40. Turnout 32.4%. C gain from L.

Stowmarket North (3): Suzanne Britton (L) 446, John Drake (L) 448, Duncan Macpherson (L) 455, Frank Shephard (C) 621, Frank Whittle (C) 571. Majority 7. Turnout 24.7%. Ward revised since last election.

Stowmarket South (2): *Brenda McKinlay (LD) 533, Keith Myers-Hewitt (C) 479, *Keith Scarff (LD) 504, Vera Waspe (C) 517. Majority 13. Turnout 28.7%. C gain from LD.

Stowupland (1): Ivan Lockett (C) 384, Timothy Lodge (L) 198. Majority 186. Turnout 33.6%. C gain from L.

Stradbroke and Laxfield (1): Sarah Coulter (LD) 115, *Stuart Gemmill (Ind) 438, Adrian Green (Green) 104. Majority 323. Turnout 34.3%. No change.

The Stonhams (1): *Anthony Fowler (LD) 333, Nicholas Hardingham (Green) 104, *Richard Passmore (C) 300. Majority 33.Turnout 42%. Ward revised since last election.

Thurston and Hessett (2): Derrick Haley (C) 687, David Kemplay (LD) 384, Donald Stevenson (L) 369, Alan Stiff (C) 639. Majority 255. Turnout 36.5%. Ward revised since last election.

Woolpit (1): Ann Cooke (LD) 133, *Ramon Melvin (Ind) 361. Majority 228. Turnout 32%. No change.

Worlingworth (1): *Paul Debenham (C) 547, Denise Foster (LD) 160. Majority 387. Turnout 40.8%. No change.

The following candidates were returned unopposed: Barking and Somersham (1), *Vivienne Hoy (LD); Bramford and Blakenham (2), Gary Install (L) and *Roger Saunders (C); Eye (1), *Charles Flatman (Ind); and Wetheringsett (1), Charles Tilbury (C).

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