Video PUBLISHED: 19:23 03 May 2019 | UPDATED: 19:23 03 May 2019 David Hannant: Local democracy reporter There are 18 seats left to play for, as we pass half way mark in West Norfolk it's Cons 9, Lab 8, Ind 6 and Gr 1 Archant After a dramatic day of counting, the political climate of Norfolk for the next five years has been confirmed. The results were as follows: BRECKLAND COUNCILAll Saints and Wayland: Phil Cowen (C) 971, Joseph Dickerson (L) 383, Irene Macdonald (L) 384, Elizabeth Suggitt (C) 983. Turnout 32.3pc. Ahill: Fabian Eagle (C) 530, James Gornall (L) 100, Anne Rix (G) 179. Turnout 37.4pcAtleborough Burgh and Haverscroft: Timothy Clarke (L) 247, Keith Martin (C) 563, Peter Panayi (L) 167, Adrian Charles Stasiak (C) 428, Taila Taylor (I) 462. Turnout 28.8pc.Attleborough, Queens and Besthorpe: Tristan Ashby (C) 593, Tony Crouch (I) 526, Vera Dale (C) 712, Rhodri Oliver (C) 578, Phil Spiby (L) 393. Turnout 24.1pc.Bedingfield: Natasha Morgan … [Read more...] about Local election 2019 results in full: What happened in your ward?
0 Post a comment Wednesday, 10 April 2019 - Politics by The Post @twitter.com/ThePostSeries [email protected] THE election of parish, town and district councillors is due to take place on May 2, with a number of contested seats to be voted on. Statements of persons nominated were released by Torridge District Council on Thursday, April 4. Electorates can now decide who they wish to represent their area at a parish, town and district level, but must register to vote before tomorrow (April 12) — postal vote deadline 5pm, April 15.District council candidates are:Holsworthy Ward (two seats): HUTCHINGS, Jon (Conservative); JONES, David William (Conservative); KASSAM, Valentina (Independent).Shebbear and Langtree Ward (two seats): HURLEY, David Walter (Conservative); MATTHEWS, Rhys Arthur Neil (Conservative); STYLES-POWER, Christopher John (Liberal Democrat); TESH, Gill (Labour); WISEMAN, Richard (Independent).Hartland Ward (three seats): BILLSON, Dylan Harvey … [Read more...] about Election time for Torridge district councillors
Trawden AC celebrated some remarkable achievements at the annual presentation night on Saturday. Club chairman Paul Brown was voted athlete of the year, and also won the achievement award for completing the Brathay 10 in 10 - 10 marathons around Windermere on successive days.Appropriately he collected the award on the same day as completing the Gin Pit Marathon - his 97th race over that distance.Dawn Tibbs was female athlete of the year, Martin Greenwood was most improved runner and Jordan Strachan best newcomer.The team of the year award went to the four runners – Nicola Nuttall, David Howard, Dennis Smith and Jean Baistow – who ran for England in the English Marathon Masters event in Chester; junior team manager Paula Walsh won the Spirit of the Club award; Diane Ford received the Gerry McCabe Endeavour Award and Jamie McIlvenny collected the Chairman’s Award.Juniors Stan Stephenson, Charlotte Robertshaw, Matty Fleming, Joss Waiting, Harry Beechey and Abby Stratton … [Read more...] about Trawden AC celebrate a superb year
The 2010 United Kingdom general election was held on Thursday, 6 May 2010, with 45,597,461 registered voters entitled to vote to elect members to the House of Commons. The election took place in 650 constituencies[note 2] across the United Kingdom under the first-past-the-post system. None of the parties achieved the 326 seats needed for an overall majority. The Conservative Party, led by David Cameron, won the largest number of votes and seats, but still fell 20 seats short. This resulted in a hung parliament where no party was able to command a majority in the House of Commons. This was only the second general election since the Second World War to return a hung parliament, the first being the February 1974 election. Unlike in 1974, the potential for a hung parliament had this time been widely considered and predicted, and both the country and politicians were better prepared for the constitutional process that would follow such a result. The coalition government that was … [Read more...] about 2010 United Kingdom general election
Trawden Athletic Club staged a brand new event on Sunday - a 30-mile ultra marathon. The Pendle Way In A Day event was organised to raise funds for #DoingItForLaura to help finance medical treatment for club member Laura Nuttall.And 40 runners from across the area took the chance to try out the new route which started and finished at the Pendle Heritage Centre in Barrowford and took in Wycoller, Coldwell, Higham, Newchurch, Pendle Hill and Barley.First home was Barlick Fell Runner Andy Berry, followed by Josh Wade and Craig Stansfield.Of the Trawden runners taking part, Andrew Haworth, Paul Axom and Mark Storey finished in the top 10.Plans are already in place for a repeat of the event with the possibility of extending it to the full 45 miles of the Pendle Way.On the same day club chairman Paul Brown raced to third spot in the Leodis Grim MArathon in Leeds with fellow Trawden runner Dennis Smith in 12th place.Saturday saw the latest round of the Mid Lancs Cross Country League at … [Read more...] about Runners take on ‘Pendle Way In A Day’ challenge