5 May 2011
The following results were declared by the returning officer:
|Juby GeoffGeoff Juby *||Liberal Democrat||1,097||11.4%|
|Colman DavidDavid Colman||Labour||1,080||11.2%|
|Kearney Sheila Veronica RoseSheila Veronica Rose Kearney *||Liberal Democrat||1,028||10.6%|
|Kearney Stephen Thomas JamesStephen Thomas James Kearney *||Liberal Democrat||1,002||10.4%|
|Gill Sucha SinghSucha Singh Gill||Labour||1,001||10.4%|
|Smith James RichardJames Richard Smith||Labour||928||9.6%|
|Griffiths Shirley Margaret PamelaShirley Margaret Pamela Griffiths||Conservative||769||8.0%|
|Hattersley JimJim Hattersley||Conservative||668||6.9%|
|Sandhu Atma SinghAtma Singh Sandhu||Conservative||516||5.3%|
|Marchant SimonSimon Marchant||Green party||277||2.9%|
|Newton Stephen WilliamStephen William Newton||Ukip||275||2.8%|
|Rudd Keith JamesKeith James Rudd||Ukip||227||2.4%|
|Berry JacquiJacqui Berry||TUSC||206||2.1%|
|Stamp Gillian VeronicaGillian Veronica Stamp||Independent||164||1.7%|
|Ravenscroft Brian ChristianBrian Christian Ravenscroft||British National party||150||1.6%|
|Hilder DanDan Hilder||Independent||136||1.4%|
|Stamp Stuart Melvyn JohnStuart Melvyn John Stamp||Independent||130||1.3%|
|Labour gain from Liberal Democrat|
|Liberal Democrat hold|
|Liberal Democrat hold|
* 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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