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News South Glos Council, Bradley Stoke North ward Candidate Party Votes Sarah Lynn Pomfret Conservative Party 925 Franklin Owusu-Antwi Conservative Party 866 Jon Williams Liberal Democrats 503 David Michael Addison Labour Party 494 Fabrizio Fazzino Labour Party 485 Andy Ward Independent/Other 456 Ian Noel Joseph Liberal Democrats 343 Daniel John Elliott Independent/Other 297 South Glos Council, Bradley Stoke South ward Candidate Party Votes John Ashe Conservative Party 753 Roger Avenin Conservative Party 744 Kulwinder Singh Sappal Labour Party 423 Ravi Kumar Vinjamuri Labour Party 364 Elaine Ann Hardwick Independent/Other 293 Sue Hope Liberal Democrats 260 Marion Ward Independent/Other 258 Omar Aziz Beg Liberal Democrats 213 Bex Ward Independent/Other 93 South Glos Council, Stoke Gifford ward Candidate Party Brian John Allinson Conservative Party Keith Edward Cranney Conservative Party Ernest Derek Brown Conservative Party Jenny James Labour Party Brian Peter Mead Labour Party Tom Mewies Labour Party Pam Shipp Liberal Democrats John Paul Ford Liberal Democrats Bob Griffin Liberal Democrats Fred Hillberg Ukip

Votes 1452 1371 1317 926 752 733 628 590 575 477

Bradley Stoke Town Council, North ward Candidate Party Tony Griffiths Conservative Party Brian Hopkinson Conservative Party Elaine Ann Hardwick Independent/Other Fabrizio Fazzino Labour Party Andy Ward Independent/Other Franklin Owusu-Antwi Conservative Party David Michael Addison Labour Party Liny Tom Aditya Conservative Party Gurmit Singh Gupta Conservative Party Jansen Roy Conservative Party Terrence Port Independent/Other Simon Christopher Waters Labour Party Deanna Cohen Independent/Other Ben Walker Ukip

Votes 700 611 598 586 580 566 556 541 513 513 507 448 433 296

Bradley Stoke Town Council, South ward Candidate Party Roger Avenin Conservative Party Theresa Mary Cullen Conservative Party Ben Randles Conservative Party Michael John Hill Conservative Party Edward Mortimore Rose Conservative Party Tom Aditya Conservative Party Nikki Hallur Conservative Party Natalie Jane Field Labour Party John Philip Bradbury Labour Party Tom Bulkeley Labour Party Marion Sylvia Ward Independent/Other Dayley Patrick Lawrence Labour Party Kulwinder Sappal Labour Party Casey Hardwick Independent/Other Christine Jane Phillips Independent/Other Daniel Povey Independent/Other

Votes 1255 1168 1165 1110 1098 1082 1011 575 544 530 528 524 523 514 379 332

Local election results in Bradley Stoke Local elections held on Thursday 2nd May saw the Conservatives once again win all the Bradley Stoke seats on South Gloucestershire Council. Incumbents Sarah Pomfret, John Ashe and Roger Avenin all retained their seats. They were joined by Franklin OwusuAntwi, a town councillor since 2015. The Tories, however, suffered a slight setback in the elections for Bradley Stoke Town Council, where they had held all 15 seats for the previous eight years. Here, two of the seats went to former mayors Elaine Hardwick and Andy Ward, both previously elected on a Conservative ticket but this time standing as independents following a fall out within the local party ranks. One seat, in the North ward of the parish, went to Labour candidate Fabrizio Fazzino, giving the party its first representation on Bradley Stoke Town Council for 12 years. Turnout ranged from 26 to 34 percent. Bradley Stoke Town Council, Stoke Brook ward Candidate Party Votes John Ashe Conservative Party 304 Keith Edward Cranney Conservative Party 274 Jennifer James Labour Party 236

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