ELECTION 2015: Borough council elections - full results round-up

By Michael Upton | 08/05/2015 0 comments

ELECTION 2015: Borough council elections - full results round-up

All the results are in for Rotherham's borough council elections - with Labour holding 18 seats and gaining one, while UKIP gain three.

All eyes were on Magna again today as Rotherham’s political scene looked set for to another shake-up.

Twenty-two council seats were up for grabs — one for each ward and an extra spot to replace resigned former Cabinet member Mahroof Hussain in Boston Castle.

UKIP were bidding to increase their current showing of ten seats with candidates in each ward, while Labour’s representatives include established figures and newcomers.

But Labour voters largely stayed loyal, giving the dominant party 18 of the 22 available seats

The full results are:

Anston and Woodsetts
David Foulstone (Green) 391
Bernard Froggatt (UKIP) 1,819
John Ireland (Independent) 523
Nichola Richardson (Conservative) 1,303
Robert Taylor (Labour) 1,873
Labour hold

Boston Castle
Saghir Alam (Labour) 2,703
Christopher Bingham (TUSC) 336
Mohammed Ilyas (Liberal Democrats)  448
Christian Kramer (Conservative) 909
Lisa Raby (UKIP) 1,704
Peter Short (UKIP) 1,733
Taiba Yaseen (Labour) 2,273

Brinsworth and Catcliffe
Omar Mehban (Conservative) 684
Andy Roddison (Labour) 2,744
Ian Saunderson (UKIP) 2,318
Labour hold

Dinnington Ward
Shaun Grice (UKIP) 1,746
Wendy Hamilton (Green) 351
Peter Higgins (Conservative) 1,106
Jeanette Mallinder (Labour) 2,037
Dave Smith (Ind) 515
Labour hold

Jenny Andrews (Labour) 2,199
Shaun Barratt (Independent) 303
Richard Fleming (UKIP) 2,317
Anne Middleton (Conservative)  1,418
UKIP gain

Helen Greer-Waring (Green) 266
John Jenkins (UKIP) 1,978
Michael Naughton (Conservative) 1,049
Lyndsay Pitchley (Labour) 2,570
Michael Senior (Independent) 257
Labour hold

Hoober Ward
Jane Hamilton (Labour) 2,751
Sandra Horridge (UKIP) 1,642
Steven Scutt (Liberal Democrats) 320
Brian Taylor (Conservative) 860

Keppel Ward
Neil Adshead (TUSC): 156
Paul Hague (UKIP) 2,487
Barry Kaye (Labour) 2,143
Kenneth Marshall (Conservative) 816
Janice Middleton (Liberal Democrats) 426
UKIP gain

Maltby Ward
Christine Beaumont (Labour) 2,298
Michael Conlon (Independent) 547
Roger Jarvis (UKIP) 1,658
Jane Salt (Conservative Party) 432
Labour hold

Simon Evans (Labour) 2,702
Alan Napper (UKIP) 1,959
Jo Taylor (Conservative) 548
Labour hold

Rother Vale Ward
Darren Hughes (Labour) 2,529
William Salt (Conservative) 1,112
Robert Webster (UKIP) 2,014
Labour hold

Rotherham East Ward
Tajamal Khan (Lab) 2,527.
Marilyn Marshall (Con) 287.
Richard Penycate (Green) 314.
Leah Webster (UKIP) 1,625.
Labour gain.

Rotherham West
Ruth Highfield (Conservative) 572.
Ian Jones (Labour) 2,873.
Steve Webster (UKIP) 1,964.
Labour hold

Denise Hall (Conservative) 902
Melissa Owen (UKIP) 2,251
Jon Rosling (Labour) 2,527
Labour hold

Haroon Rashid (Labour): 2,056
Julie Turner (UKIP): 2,716
Alex Walker (Conservative) 1,742
UKIP gain

Darren Corbett (UKIP) 1,917
Stephen Jones (Conservative) 697
Eve Rose (Labour) 3,005
Labour Hold

Valley Ward
Brian Cutts (UKIP) 2,066
Anthony Kavanagh (Conservative) 623
Dave Pickering (Labour) 2,566 - elected
Labour hold

Dominic Beck (Labour) 2,351
John Cox (Conservative) 1,615
Dennis Flynn (UKIP) 1,533
Paul Martin (Green) 337
Labour hold

Brian Bailey (UKIP) 1,733
Jayne Elliott (Labour) 2,834
Lissa Higgins (Conservative) 730
Ann Roche (Green) 420
Keith Roper (Independent) 426
Labour hold

Thomas Angel (Conservative) 976
Les Hince (UKIP) 2,186
Chris Read (Labour) 2,786
Labour hold

Rob Elliott (UKIP) 2,203
Richard Price (Labour) 2,291
Ben Waters (Conservative) 447
Labour hold

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