Fenland District Council Election Results

18:27 04 May 2007

Benwick, Coates and Eastrea (2 seats) Ralph Butcher (Cons) - 841 Lyn Keppel-Spoor (Ind) - 430 Pamela Potts (Cons) - 774 Turnout: 39%   Birch Ward, Chatteris (1 seat) David Biggs (Lab) - 55 Christine Colbert (Lib Dem) - 252 A

Benwick, Coates and Eastrea

(2 seats)

Ralph Butcher (Cons) - 841

Lyn Keppel-Spoor (Ind) - 430

Pamela Potts (Cons) - 774

Turnout: 39%

Birch Ward, Chatteris

(1 seat)

David Biggs (Lab) - 55

Christine Colbert (Lib Dem) - 252

Alan Melton (Cons) - 316

Turnout: 33%

Elm and Christchurch

(2 seats)

Mac Cotterell (Cons) - 700

Robert Pinnock (Ind) - 319

Phil Webb (Cons) - 540

Turnout: 28%

Manea

(1 seat)

Mark Archer (Ind) - 487

Robert Sears (Cons) - 306

Turnout: 54%

March East

(3 seats)

John Clark (Cons) - 1,011

Christopher Hancox (Lib Dem) - 322

Barry Howlett (Lab) - 724

Bernard Keane (Cons) - 981

Heather Kinnear (Lib Dem) - 357

Fred Yeulett (Cons) - 1,026

Turnout: 34%

March North

(3 seats)

Paul Adams (Lib Dem) - 586

Anthony Fey (Lib Dem) - 573

Trevor Quince (Cons) - 862

Verity Roscoe (Lib Dem) - 470

Peter Tunley (Cons) - 737

John West (Cons) - 818

Turnout: 29%

March West

(3 seats)

Stephen Court (Lib Dem) - 727

Jan French (Cons) - 1,045

Kit Owen (Cons) - 1,049

Peter Skoulding (Cons) - 883

Turnout: 32%

Medworth, Wisbech

(1 seat)

Jonathan Farmer (Cons) - 360

Mark Plumb (Lab) - 196

Turnout: 32%

Slade Lode, Chatteris

(1 seat)

Christopher Howes (Lib Dem) - 223

Florence Newell (Cons) - 260

Grant Osbourn (Lab) - 67

Turnout: 31%

The Mills, Chatteris

(1 seat)

Diane Baldry (Lib Dem) - 301

Ray German (Cons) - 400

Turnout: 35%

Waterlees, Wisbech

(2 seats)

Avis Gilliatt (Lab) - 310

Ray Griffin (Cons) - 538

Ann Purt (Lab) - 316

David Wheeler (Cons) - 528

Turnout: 44%

Wenneye, Chatteris

(1 seat)

Colleen Bryce (Lib Dem) - 226

Peter Murphy (Cons) - 488

Turnout: 36%

Wimblington

(1 seat)

Jill Tuck (Cons) - 435

Mike Watkins (Lib Dem) - 213

Turnout: 38%

The following seats are unopposed:

Bassenhally, Whittlesey

Ken Mayor (Cons)

Clarkson, Wisbech

Carol Cox (Cons)

Delph, Whittlesey

Kay Mayor (Cons)

Doddington

Geoffrey Harper (Cons)

Hill, Wisbech

Simon King (Cons)

Bruce Wegg (Cons)

Kingsmoor, Whittlesey

Martin Curtis (Cons)

Kirkgate, Wisbech

Les Sims (Cons)

Lattersey, Whittlesey

Steve Garrett (Cons)

Parson Drove and Wisbech St Mary

Cyril Bellamy (Cons)

Cliff Edwards (Cons)

Peckover, Wisbech

David Oliver (Cons)

Roman Bank

Philip Hatton (Cons)

Michael Humphrey (Cons)

Christopher Seaton (Cons)

Staithe, Wisbech

Roger Green (Cons)

St Andrews, Whittlesey

Mick Speechley (Cons)

St Marys, Whittlesey

Kenneth Peachey (Cons)

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