5 May 2011
The following results were declared by the returning officer:
|Avey JohnJohn Avey *||Conservative||1,576||16.4%|
|Igwe IsaacIsaac Igwe||Labour||1,459||15.2%|
|Iles JosieJosie Iles||Conservative||1,412||14.7%|
|Heathfield Robert JohnRobert John Heathfield||Labour||1,395||14.5%|
|Jones Mark William EdwinMark William Edwin Jones||Labour||1,388||14.4%|
|Bamber KenKen Bamber *||Conservative||1,332||13.8%|
|Walters Michael PhilipMichael Philip Walters||English Democrat||513||5.3%|
|Ball Jacqueline LyndaJacqueline Lynda Ball||Liberal Democrats||207||2.2%|
|Moore ThomasThomas Moore||Liberal Democrats||175||1.8%|
|Hunt Christopher JohnChristopher John Hunt||Liberal Democrats||170||1.8%|
|Labour gain from Conservative|
* Denotes a councillor standing for re-election
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Vote share for the ward is calculated using the "top vote" method, i.e. using only the candidate from each party with the highest number of votes.
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