Suffolk Coastal nominations

SUFFOLK COASTALAll out election (55 seats)Conservative control1999 election result: Con 36, LD 10, Lab 8, Ind 1.Now: Con 37, LD 10, Lab 7, Ind 1.


All out election (55 seats)

Conservative control

1999 election result: Con 36, LD 10, Lab 8, Ind 1.

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Now: Con 37, LD 10, Lab 7, Ind 1.

Aldeburgh (2): William Berry (Green), *Keith Dickerson (LD), Lisabeth Hoad (LD), Anthony Warren (Con), *Margaret Wilson (Con)

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Earl Soham (1): *Ronald Else (LD), Neil Jackson (Con), Edward Thompson (Green)

Felixstowe East (2): Harriet Bennett (Lab), David Houseley (LD), John Mullen (Lab), *Doreen Savage (Con), Mervyn Sheppard (LD), *Christopher Slemmings (Con)

Felixstowe North (2): Steven Brinkley (FAC), *Dennis Carpenter (Lab), Peter Coleman (Con), *Michael Deacon (Lab), Bernard Price (LD), Ann Rodwell (Con), Robert Sherratt (LD), Paul Woolstenholmes (FAC)

Felixstowe South (2): *David Bentinck (Con), Mark Campbell (Lab), Cherrie MacGregor (LD), Doreen Rayner (LD), *David Smith (Con), Stephen Tuthill (Lab)

Felixstowe South East (2): Ruth Campbell (Lab), Mark Knight (Lab), *Malcolm Minns(C), Lee Reeves (LD), *Andrew Smith (Con), Andrew Yates (LD).

Felixstowe West (3): Eric Bishop (Con), *Henry Dangerfield (LD), Margaret Morris (Lab), Graham Newman (Con), Michael Ninnmey (LD), *Doris Paddick (LD), Marian Pettit (Lab), Joan Sennington (Con), Peter Waller (Lab).

Framlingham (2): Mark Baker (LD), Marion Gaze (Green), David Griffiths (LD), Kenneth Musgrave (Con), *Winter Rose (Con)

Grundisburgh (1): Elise Joiner (Green), *Ivan Jowers (Con).

Hacheston(1): Rachel Fulcher (Green), Colin Hart (Con).

Hollesley (1): Vivien Mason (LD), *Rhona Sturrock (Con).

Kesgrave East (3): *Norman Bugg (Con), *John Hammond (Con), J Klaschka (Con) all returned unopposed

Kesgrave West (2): John Briggs (LD), Robert Grimwood (Con), *Veronica Read (LD), Jean Zoller (Con).

Leiston (3): *John Geater (Con), Trevor Hawkins (Con), Terence Hodgson (Lab), Jacqueline Morrissey (LD), Andrew Nunn (Con), Robert Stroud (Ind), John Troughton (Lab).

Martlesham (2): Christopher Blundell (Con), John Forbes (Green), Rebecca Foster (LD), *John Kelso (LD), Anthony Ramsey (Con).

Melton and Ufford (2): Geoffrey Butterwick (LD), Paul Callaghan (Con), Colin Coates (LD), John Perry (Con).

Nacton (2): Veronica Falconer (Con), *Patricia O'Brien (C) both returned unopposed.

Orford and Tunstall (1): *Raymond Herring (Con), Peter Perren (LD).

Otley (1): *Peter Bellfield (Con), Sheila Else (LD).

Peasenhall (1): Raymond Andrews (LD), Jennifer Berry (Green), *Stephen Burroughes (Con).

Rendlesham (1): Phillip Dunnett (Con), Karen Wroe (LD).

Rushmere St Andrew (3): Dennis Gooch (Con), *Gordon Laing (Con), *Robert Whiting (C) all returned unopposed.

Saxmundham (2): Marian Andrews (LD), Sir Peter Batho (Con), Edna Salmon (Lab), Donald Tricker (LD), *Kevin Welton (L), William Wild (Con).

Snape (1): *Cyril Fidler (C), Winifred Moss (LD).

Sutton (1): *Christine Block (LD), Dudley Deas (Con).

Trimleys with Kirton (3): James Bidwell (Con), Imogen Dangerfield (LD), *Mary Dixon (Lab), Terence Eastman (Con), Sherrie Green (Con), Catherine Knight (Lab), Gary Paddick (LD), Michael Pulford (Lab).

Walberswick and Wenhaston (1): Andrew Block (LD), *Raeburn Leighton (Con).

Wickham Market (1): Dorothy East (Con), *Bryan Hall (LD), Valerie Pizzey (Lab).

Witnesham (1): *John Leggett (Con) returned unopposed.

Woodbridge Farlingaye (1): Thomas Guest (Lab), *Annabel Healey (LD), Benjamin Redsell (Con).

Woodbridge Kyson (1): Edward Binns (Con), John Brownsord (UKIP), *Roy Burgon (Lab), Andrew Craig-Bennett (LD).

Woodbridge Riverside (1): Sally Bull (LD), Clifford Cocker (Con), Rachel Smith-Lyte (Green).

Woodbridge Seckford (1): *Nigel Barratt (Con) Robert Montgomery (LD).

Yoxford (1): John Barrett (Green), *Peter Wragg (Con)

denotes councillor seeking re-election

Key Con (Conservative), Lab (Labour), LD (Liberal Democrat), Green (Green Party), FAC (Firefighters Against Cuts), UKIP (UK Independence Party).

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