NE DERBYSHIRE: The county council’s North East Derbyshire election winners

Pictured are victorious Derbyshire County Council Labour Party members and supporters after their local election success.
Pictured are victorious Derbyshire County Council Labour Party members and supporters after their local election success.
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RESULTS of North East Derbyshire’s 26 candidates standing for eight seats across seven divisions with Eckington & Killamarsh Division having two seats are broken down as follows.

Overall turn out for North East Derbyshire was 30per cent during the 2013 local county council elections on Thursday, May 2.

The results and official Declarations of Result of Poll are below:

Clay Cross North

ROWLEY, Linda (Conservative) - 630

WRIGHT, Brian (Labour) - 1,737 ELECTED

(Turn out: 27per cent)

Clay Cross South

ARMITAGE, William (Conservative) - 541

GILLOTT, Kevin (Labour) - 1,909 ELECTED

HOWELLS, Morgan (Independent) - 391

(Turn out: 29per cent)

Dronfield East

FOSTER, Angelique (Conservative) - 1,087

GILL, Clive (Independent) - 136

HARRISON, Roderick Bernard Arundle (UKIP) - 521

HILL, Janet (Labour & Co-operative) - 1,238 ELECTED

TEMPLE, Simon Philip (Lib Dem) - 206

(Turn out: 32per cent)

Dronfield West and Walton

CLARKE, Andrew Lewis (UKIP) - 1,139

ELLIS, Stuart (Conservative) - 1,312 ELECTED

GORDON, Michael (Labour) - 820

TEMPLE, Wendy Mary (Lib Dem) - 401

(Turn out: 35per cent)

Eckington and Killamarsh (two seats)

BLACKBURN, Lewis James (Conservative) - 843

CHARLES, Diane (Labour) - 2,507 ELECTED

HALL, Roger Anthony (Conservative) - 813

RIDGEWAY, Brian (Labour) - 2,436 ELECTED

WATSON, Charles David Rae (UKIP) - 1,262

WATSON, David Stanely Rae (UKIP)- 1,065

(Turn out: 24per cent)

Wingerworth and Shirland

BARNES, Barry Herbert (Labour) - 1, 462

LEWIS, Barry (Conservative) - 1, 532 ELECTED

RANDALL, Alan (UKIP) - 774

(Turn out: 35per cent)

Sutton

CUPIT, Charlotte (Conservative) - 312

HILL, Julie Ann (Labour) - 1,726 ELECTED

POTTER, Glen John (UKIP) - 801

(Turn out: 29per cent)