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ELECTIONS: Candidates announced

THE candidates in May's forthcoming local elections have been announced.

Worthing Borough Council's ballot boxes will open on May 1, with candidates standing in every ward.

See the full list below (current councillors marked with an asterisk).

Broadwater

Don Allen - Conservative

Nick John - Liberal Democrat

John Turley - Labour

(Geraldine Lissenburg not standing for re-election)

Castle

David Potter* - Liberal Democrat

Ruth White - Conservative

Central

Peter Barnes - Labour

Neil Condon - Liberal Democrat

Martin Coppard* - Conservative

Christopher Woodward - UK Independence Party

Durrington

Chris Chatfield - UK Independence Party

Michael Donin* - Liberal Democrat

Mark Withers - Conservative

Gaisford

Ann Barlow* - Conservative

Janet Goldsbrough-Jones - Liberal Democrat

Hazel Rennie - Labour

Goring

Richard Bater - UK Independence Party

Merlin Jones - Liberal Democrat

Mary Lermitte - Conservative

(Nick John, current councillor, standing for election in Broadwater)

Heene

Paul High* - Conservative

Alan Jones - Liberal Democrat

Marine

Joan Bradley* - Conservative

Gary Riding - Liberal Democrat

Phil Ruddock - UK Independence Party

Northbrook

Jim Baxter - British National Party

Michael Cranefield - Liberal Democrat

Mary Harding* - Conservative

Dawn Smith - Stop! Durrington's Overdevelopment - Save Titnore's Trees

Offington

John Gardiner - Labour

Mike Glennon - UK Independence Party

Patricia Izod - Liberal Democrat

Elizabeth Sparkes - Conservative

(Mark McCarthy not standing for re-election)

Salvington

Ron Brooks - UK Independence Party

Jacqueline Cranefield - Liberal Democrat

Jacqui Marsh* - Conservative

Selden

James Doyle - Liberal Democrat

Stephanie Hedley-Barnes - Conservative

David Little - British National Party

Ann Saunders - Labour

(Jack Saheid not standing for re-election)

Tarring

Ann Brown - UK Independence Party

Norah Fisher - Liberal Democrat

David Ide - Conservative

Sid Wells - Labour

(John Lovell not standing for re-election)

 
 
 

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