Local Election - all the seats and candidates

PUBLISHED: 11:26 19 April 2007 | UPDATED: 13:56 04 May 2010

THE entire district council will be elected on Thursday, May 3, and the full list of candidates has been released. The Ely Standard will keep you up to speed on the latest information on the election, including where you will be able to vote and how you c

THE entire district council will be elected on Thursday, May 3, and the full list of candidates has been released.

The Ely Standard will keep you up to speed on the latest information on the election, including where you will be able to vote and how you can have your say on what goes on in East Cambridgeshire.

A count will be held at Ross Peers Sports Centre, Soham, after the close of the polls.

The full list of candidates for each ward is as follows:

BOTTISHAM (two seats): Christine Bryant (Liberal Democrat); Laurence Le-Ggatt (known as Larry, Conservative); Colin McClean (Con); Steven O'Dell (Labour); Robert Stevens (Lib Dem).

BURWELL (three seats): David Brown (Con); Graham Chapman (Lib Dem); Simon Eardley (Con); Lavinia Edwards (Con); Paul Philpott (Lib Dem); Derek Reader (independent); Hazel Williams (Lib Dem); Christopher Wilson (Lab).

CHEVELEY (two seats): Peter Cresswell (Con); Susan Fentiman (Lib Dem); Carl Poole (Con).

DOWNHAM VILLAGES (two seats): Anna Bailey (Con); Anthony Goodge (known as Tony, Con); Bruce Haley (Lib Dem); Lyn Wilson (Lib Dem); Kenneth Winters (known as Owen, independent).

DULLINGHAM (two seats): Peter Beer (Lib Dem); Anthea Davidson (Con).

ELY EAST (two seats): Kimberley Allen (Known as Kimberley Lockyer, Green Party); Brian Ashton (Con); Nigel Bell (Lib Dem); William Burton (known as Will, Independent); Gaynor Griffiths (Lib Dem); Jacqueline Petts (known as Jackie, Con).

ELY NORTH (three seats): Andrew Allen (known as Andy, Green Party); Ronald Bradney (known as Ron, Con); Joan Broadhurst (known as Allyson, Con); Michael Bunting (known as Mike, Independent); Neil Cole (Lib Dem); Sue Das (Lib Dem); Elaine Griffin-Singh (Independent); David Griffiths (Liberal Democrat); Michael Rouse (known as Mike, Con).

ELY SOUTH (two seats): Jeremy Friend-Smith (Lib Dem); Arthur Kelleway (known as Art, Con); William Pickess (known as Bill, Con); Karen Spencer (Green Party); Derek Wilcox (Lib Dem).

ELY WEST (two seats): Andrew Allen (Green Party); Susan Austen (known as Sue, Lib Dem); Sheila Friend-Smith (Lib Dem); Richard Hobbs (Con); Christopher Phillips (known as Chris, Con).

FORDHAM VILLAGES (two seats): Reginald Abbot (known as John, Lib Dem); Michael Allan (Lib Dem); Robert Gardner (Con); Christopher Morris (Con).

HADDENHAM (three seats): Ian Allen (Lib Dem); Marilyn Carter (Green); Christopher Ray (Known as Chris, Con); Stuart Smith (Con); Gareth Wilson (Lib Dem); Pauline Wilson (Lib Dem); Maureen Woodbine (Con).

ISLEHAM (one seat): Derrick Beckett (Independent); Charles Richmond (Lib Dem).

LITTLEPORT EAST (two seats): Aaron Broadley (Lib Dem); Frederick Brown (known as Fred, Con); Johanna Crighton (Lib Dem); Andrew Wright (known as Andy, independent).

LITTLEPORT WEST (two seats): Christine Ambrose-Smith (Con); Paul Cox (Con); Neil Morrison (Lib Dem); Louis Rodrigues (Lib Dem).

SOHAM NORTH (two seats): Dorothy Bruce (Lib Dem); Antony Cornell (known as Tony, Con); Colin Fordham (Independent); Barbara Gold (Lib Dem); James Palmer (Con); John Palmer (Independent).

SOHAM SOUTH (three seats): Maura Castling (Lib Dem); Mark Duckworth (Con); John Humphreys (Con); Elizabeth Jugg (Known as Liz, Independent); John Kirkham (Independent); Donna Marie Martin (Independent); Anne Pallett (Lib Dem); Anthony Raymond Parramint (Known as Tony, Con); Martin Warner (Lib Dem).

STRETHAM (two seats): William Hunt (known as Bill, Con); Fiona McKay-Rae (Lib Dem); Alan Mittins (Lib Dem); John Seaman (Con).

SUTTON (two seats): Ian Dewar (Lib Dem); Peter Moakes (Con); Patricia Pleydell (Lib Dem); Philip Read (Con); Jean Shaw (Green).

THE SWAFFHAMS (one seat): Allen Alderson (Con); Christine Jost (Lib Dem); Sandra Wilson (Lab).


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