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2019 elections: Conservatives remain the largest party on Newark Town Council


By Sharon Hodkin


INDEPENDENT candidates won four seats on Newark Town Council after yesterday's election.

The Conservatives are the biggest party with seven seats, but Labour won five and the Green Party two.

Those elected were:

Beacon: Esther Cropper (Green) Rita Crowe (Conservative) Jay Henderson (Green) David Lloyd (Conservative) and Mathew Skinner (Conservative).

Bridge: Irene Brown (Independent) Gill Dawn (Independent) Diane Ledger (Independent).

Castle: James Baggaley (Labour) Jenni Oliver (Conservative).

Devon: Max Cope (Conservative) Bob Crowe (Conservative) Laurence Goff (Labour) Dennis Jones (Labour) Johno Lee (Conservative) Tracy Mathias (Independent).

Magnus: Jane Olson (Labour).

Sleaford: Lisa Geary (Labour)

In Southwell, eight Liberal Democrats were elected along with four Conservatives and three independents.

Those elected were:

East ward: Martin Stott (Lib Dem) Stuart Thompstone (Lib Dem) David Martin (Independent) Michael Jeffrey (Conservative) Roger Blaney (Conservative).

North ward: Penny Rainbow (Conservative) Lyn Harris (Lib Dem) Beryl Prentice (Independent) Malcolm Brock (Lib Dem) Paul Handley (Conservative).

West ward: Peter Harris (Lib Dem) Karen Roberts (Lib Dem) Peter Scorer (Lib Dem) Steve Perry (Lib Dem) Sally Reynolds (Independent).



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