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Local elections - the results

A DAY of hard campaigning in the sunshine for all candidates on Thursday (May 4) saw the Liberal Democrats claw back losses from their 2004 ousting from power.

The people in yellow won four seats from the Tories, regaining control of Northbrook and taking both Durrington seats.

The sole Tory gain, on a night which ended seven-all across the contested seats, was Central ward where Paul Yallop narrowly edged out Janet Goldsbrough-Jones.

For full stories from election night, read Thursday's Worthing Herald.

The results in full:

Broadwater

Derek Colkett - Green - 267

Sheila Player - Lib Dem - 1,126 *

Simon Studd - Con - 766

Turnout - 33.31%

Castle

David Potter - Lib Dem - 884

John Rogers - Con - 999 *

Julian Warrick - Green - 228

Turnout - 34.71%

Central

Peter Barnes - Lab - 164

Lucielle Colkett - Green - 218

Janet Goldsbrough-Jones - Lib Dem - 702

Paul Yallop - Con - 773 *

Turnout - 30.03%

Durrington (Two seats)

Michael Donin - Lib Dem - 794 *

Ann Sayers - Con - 768

Keith Sunderland - Lib Dem - 805 *

Mark Withers - Con - 771

Turnout - 36.1%

Gaisford

Kenneth Brady - Con - 914

Marie Hillcoat - Green - 295

Alan Rice - Lib Dem - 969 *

Turnout - 33.26%

Goring

Christine Allen - Lib Dem - 546

Richard Bater - UKIP - 372

Steven Waight - Con - 1,807 *

Turnout - 41.16%

Heene

Alan Jones - Lib Dem - 674

Carol Molineaux - Con - 1,098 *

Turnout - 30.62%

Marine

Chris Baker - Lib Dem - 383

Philip Ruddock - UKIP - 166

Barrie Slater - Lab - 173

Tracey Thompson - Green - 271

Tom Wye - Con - 1,489 *

Turnout - 38.33%

Northbrook

Diane Jones - Lib Dem - 404 *

Mark O'Keeffe - Con - 337

Turnout - 22.09%

Offington

Norah Fisher - Lib Dem - 501

Reg Green - Con - 1,476 *

Turnout - 39.09%

Salvington

Michael Cranefield - Lib Dem - 679

Heather Mercer - Con - 1,643 *

Turnout - 33.19%

Selden

Christine Brown - Lib Dem - 1,043 *

Roger Oakley - Con - 905

Turnout - 33.06%

Tarring

David Ide - Con - 618

Bob Smytherman - Lib Dem - 1,149 *

Sidney Wells - Lab - 174

Christopher Woodward - UKIP - 180

Turnout 33.53%

Winner - *

 
 
 

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