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General Election 2019

With the General Election scheduled for December 12th 2019, your local Labour Parliamentary Candidate for Bury St Edmunds & Stowmarket is: CLIFF WATERMAN

Fine out more about Cliff here. 

To contact Cliff, or to volunteer for his General Election campaign, please head here!


West Suffolk Council & Mid Suffolk District Council Elections 2019

On Thursday 2nd May elections took place for the newly formed West Suffolk Council, after the merger between Forest Heath District Council & St Edmundsbury Borough Council, as well as for all the parishes in West Suffolk and Mid Suffolk District Council.

We’re extremely pleased to announce that we now have 5 Labour District Councillors on the new, enlarged West Suffolk District Council – 3 up from the previous 2:

  • Diane Hind – Tollgate Ward (previous sitting Councillor for St Edmundsbury)
  • Max Clarke – St Olaves Ward (previous sitting Councillor for St Edmundsbury)
  • Cliff Waterman – Eastgate Ward (Bury St Edmunds)
  • Pat Hanlon – Haverhill East Ward
  • Dave Smith – Haverhill South Ward

We have also won an additional 6 Town Councillors in Bury St Edmunds, so we now have 8 rather than the previous 2:

  • Diane Hind – Tollgate Ward (previous sitting Councillor)
  • Kevin Hind – Tollgate Ward (previous sitting Councillor)
  • Cliff Waterman – Eastgate Ward
  • Katie Parker – St Olaves Ward
  • Darren Turner – Out Westgate Ward
  • Donna Higgins – Minden Ward
  • Cyrille Bouche – Moreton Hall Ward
  • Nicola Iannelli-Popham – Abbeygate Ward

 


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BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTIONS 2018:

On Thursday 12th April the elections for the Borough Council took place, with our candidate is MAX CLARKE winning the election by a landslide!

Details:

ST OLAVES WARD – ST EDMUNDSBURY

Labour – 365 (58.6%)
Conservatives – 150 (24.1%)
Independent – 77 (12.4%)
Liberal Democrats – 31 (5%)

Overall ballots – 625
Spoiled ballots – 2
Turnout – 18.58% (good for a by-election)


General Election 2017:
We extend a thank you to everyone for all their hard work and time they put in for our June 8th 2017 General Election Campaign. We ran a great and positive campaign and it shows.

The result was as follows:

Bury St Edmunds constituency results (2017): 
Liam Byrne, Independent – 852
Jo Churchill, Conservative Party – 36,794
Bill Edwards, Labour Party – 18,353
Helen Geake, Green Party – 2,596
Helen Korfanty, Liberal Democrat – 3,565

That is 7,839 more votes than in 2015. It also makes up 29.5% of the BSE Constituency vote share, our highest since 2001
So a massive well done to all those who campaigned and helped in whatever way they could!

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