Shropshire Council election, 2009

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Elections to Shropshire Council in England were held on 4 June 2009. These were the first elections to the new unitary body, which replaced Shropshire County Council and the district councils of Bridgnorth, North Shropshire, Oswestry, Shrewsbury and Atcham and South Shropshire on 1 April as part of the 2009 local government restructuring across England.[1]

The vote was moved from 7 May to coincide with the European Parliament elections that year.

Counting took place on 5 June at the Sundorne Sports Village in north Shrewsbury. The count was delayed by around 5 hours, resulting in Shropshire being the last local council to declare results in the 2009 local elections.[2]

In total, 74 councillors were elected from 63 newly formed electoral divisions (53 single member divisions, nine 2-member divisions and one 3-member electoral division). The Conservatives won overall control, with 54 councillors elected resulting in a substantial majority of 34. The Liberal Democrats came second with 11 councillors elected, and Labour third with 7 councillors. In addition, the Independent Community and Health Concern candidate in Cleobury Mortimer and one independent candidate were also elected.[3][4]

Average voter turnout was 42.5% across Shropshire.[5]

Because of the council's unitary status, all divisions are up for election at once, every four years. The next Shropshire Council election took place on 2 May 2013.

Results[edit]

Summary of results[edit]

Comparisons made against the results of the 2005 election.

Political party Candidates Seats won % ±% Votes % +/- ±%
Conservatives 74 54 73.8 +21.8 60,334 48.8
Liberal Democrats 46 11 14.9 -8.1 26,932 21.8
Labour 28 7 7.5 -11.5 15,584 12.6
ICHC 1 1 1.4 1,454 1.2
Independents 30 1 1.4 14,016 11.3
Greens 13 0 0.0 2,903 2.3
BNP 10 0 0.0 1,764 1.4
UKIP 3 0 0.0 714 0.6
Albion 1 0 0.0 57 0.05

Conservative majority: 34.

Central area results[edit]

Following are the results for the electoral divisions located in the Central administrative sub-division of Shropshire Council, which covers the area of the former Shrewsbury and Atcham borough. Unless otherwise stated, all divisions elect a single member. The winning candidates are marked in bold.

Abbey[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Josephine Jones Conservatives 637 49.4
Caroline Mary Cheyne Liberal Democrats 383 29.7
John Olaf Lewis Labour and Co-operative 269 20.9

Turnout: 35.1%[6]

Bagley[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Beverley Joy Baker Liberal Democrats 705 58.5
David Stanley Farmer Conservatives 500 41.5

Turnout: 38.14%[7]

Battlefield[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Malcolm Thomas Price Conservatives 523 62.0
Ian Francis Peake Labour 184 21.8
Christine Patricia Lord Independent 136 16.1

Turnout: 31.23%[8]

Bayston Hill, Column and Sutton[edit]

Bayston Hill, Column and Sutton is a three-member division, with voters able to cast three separate votes in the election. In 2009, all three Labour candidates topped the vote, resulting in them being elected.

Candidate Political party Votes %
John Edward Clarke Labour 2,292 18.9
Elizabeth Ann Parsons Labour 2,171 17.9
Jonathan Tandy Labour 2,079 17.1
Jacqueline M Brennand Conservatives 1,988 16.4
John Samuel Diggory Conservatives 1,948 16.1
Mark Anthony Jones Conservatives 1,654 13.6
Votes %
Total for Labour Labour 6,542 53.9
Total for Conservatives Conservatives 5,590 46.1

Turnout: 49.17%[9]

Belle Vue[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
John Mansel Williams Labour 797 48.4
Stephen John Jetley Conservatives 571 34.7
Hayley Farr Greens 161 9.8
Evan Melvyn Ab-Owain Liberal Democrats 117 7.1

Turnout: 51.14%[10]

Bowbrook[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Peter Michael Adams Conservatives 848 75.3
Charles Patrick Wilson Labour 278 24.7

Turnout: 41.04%[11]

Burnell[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Timothy G Barker Conservatives 1,234 75.1
Patricia Mary Stokes-Smith Liberal Democrats 409 24.9

Turnout: 52.35%[12]

Castlefields and Ditherington[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Alan Neil Mosley Labour 719 57.2
Deborah Scollan Conservatives 277 22.0
Tobias Oliver Ray Green Greens 152 12.1
Michael Antony Foulkes BNP 109 8.7

Turnout: 41.65%[13]

Copthorne[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Peter Anthony Nutting Conservatives 812 53.7
Margaret Alison Hamer Liberal Democrats 699 46.3

Turnout: 49.69%[14]

Harlescott[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Vernon Thomas Bushell Labour 443 39.8
James Philip Taggart Conservatives 380 34.2
Sharon Carrington Liberal Democrats 147 13.2
Karl Antony Foulkes BNP 142 12.8

Turnout: 34.21%[15]

Longden[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Roger Arthur Evans Liberal Democrats 970 58.4
John Peter Jetson Conservatives 690 41.6

Turnout: 53.31%[16]

Loton[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
David William Llywellyn Roberts Conservatives 1077 74.8
Frederick Roland Smith Liberal Democrats 362 25.2

Turnout: 47.23%[17]

Meole[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Michael John Owen Conservatives 1035 71.3
Gilian Grafton Liberal Democrats 416 28.7

Turnout: 48.18%[18]

Minsterley[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Tudor Bebb Conservatives 788 60.5
Marian Eva Balmond Liberal Democrats 326 25.0
Nancy Rose Davies Greens 189 14.5

Turnout: 42.58% [19]

Monkmoor[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
John Anthony Durnell Conservatives 582 51.2
Pamela Ann Moseley Labour 554 48.8

Turnout: 35.45%[20]

Porthill[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Anne Marilyn Chebsey Liberal Democrats 864 56.8
Judith Anne Williams Conservatives 658 43.2

Turnout: 47.99%[21]

Quarry and Coton Hill[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Maxwell Keith Winchester Conservatives 426 43.6
Andrew David Murray Bannerman Liberal Democrats 353 36.1
Huw Richard Wystan Peach Greens 141 14.4
James Grimshaw Gollins Albion 57 5.8

Turnout: 38.79%[22]

Radbrook[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Keith Raymond Roberts Conservatives 754 51.0
Anne Margaret Woolland Liberal Democrats 723 49.0

Turnout: 48.51%[23]

Severn Valley[edit]

The Severn Valley division was uncontested in 2009, resulting in the Conservative candidate being elected unopposed.[24]

Candidate Political party
Claire Margaret Wild Conservatives

Sundorne[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Karen Lesley Burgoyne Conservatives 443 46.2
Daniel Moore Labour 346 36.1
Helen Marie Foulkes BNP 169 17.6

Turnout: 32.79%[25]

Tern[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Edward John Everall Conservatives 997 62.0
Helen Sonia Woodman Liberal Democrats 611 38.0

Turnout: 48.35%[26]

Underdale[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Jonathan Miles Whitthorn Kenny Liberal Democrats 857 67.7
Mary Anne Stuart Richey Conservatives 126 10.0
Robert Henry Philip Allum Labour 119 9.4
James Alexander Lewis BNP 87 6.9
James Alan Whittaker Greens 77 6.1

Turnout: 43.00%[27]

North area results[edit]

Following are the results for the electoral divisions located in the North administrative sub-division of Shropshire Council, which covers the areas of the previous North Shropshire and Oswestry district and borough councils. Unless otherwise stated, all divisions elect a single member. The winning candidates are marked in bold.

Ellesmere Urban[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Elizabeth Ann Hartley Conservatives 539 46.0
Brian John Knight Liberal Democrats 520 44.4
Elizabeth Ballamy Labour 113 9.6

Turnout: 40.52%[28]

Hodnet[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Karen Dale Calder Conservatives 987 84.1
Janet Beverley Smith Labour 187 15.9

Turnout: 42.56%[29]

Llanymynech[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Arthur Edward Walpole Conservatives 901 68.0
Brian Laurence Willis Liberal Democrats 424 32.0

Turnout: 42.56%[30]

Market Drayton East[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
John Brian Gillow Conservatives 1,100 76.9
Robert Peter Bentley Labour 331 23.1

Turnout: 41.84%[31]

Market Drayton West[edit]

Market Drayton West is a two-member division, with voters able to cast two separate votes in the election. In 2009, both Conservative candidates topped the vote, resulting in their election.

Candidate Political party Votes %
David James Minnery Conservatives 1,192 29.8
Roger Alan Hughes Conservatives 1,179 29.5
Roger Elwyn Walker Labour 628 15.7
Valerie Jean Taylor Labour 606 15.2
Philip Richard Reddall BNP 390 9.8
Votes %
Total for Conservatives Conservatives 2,371 59.3
Total for Labour Labour 1,234 30.9
Total for BNP BNP 390 9.8

Turnout: 34.25%[32]

Oswestry East[edit]

Oswestry East is a two-member division, with voters able to cast two separate votes in the election. In 2009, both Conservative candidates topped the vote, resulting in their election.

Candidate Political party Votes %
Martin Bennett Conservatives 963 27.7
William Benyon Conservatives 962 27.7
Peter Alun Cherrington Independent 697 20.0
Philip Damion Box Labour 500 14.4
John Edward Keirl BNP 356 10.2
Votes %
Total for Conservatives Conservatives 1,925 55.3
Total for Independent Independent 697 20.0
Total for Labour Labour 500 14.4
Total for BNP BNP 356 10.2

Turnout: 30.47%[33]

Oswestry South[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Keith Robert Barrow Conservatives 660 57.0
Owen Bevan Thomas Greens 218 18.8
Romer Wilfred Hoseason Liberal Democrats 201 17.4
David Mervyn Hughes Labour 79 6.8

Turnout: 36.39%[34]

Oswestry West[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Vincent John Hunt Conservatives 478 44.1
Saffron Neon Gabriel Rainey Independent 389 35.9
Elaine Channon Liberal Democrats 218 20.1

Turnout: 37.04%[35]

Prees[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Paul Anthony Donald Wynn Conservatives 616 43.3
Janet Ann Proudlove Independent 302 21.3
Leslie Edwin Phillips Independent 293 20.6
Robert Andrew Irvine-List UKIP 210 14.8

Turnout: 43.65%[36]

Ruyton and Baschurch[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Aggie Josephine Caesar-Homden Conservatives 735 55.9
Colin Russell Case Liberal Democrats 380 28.9
Susan Nina Boulding Greens 201 15.3

Turnout: 46.06%[37]

Selattyn and Gobowen[edit]

Selattyn and Gobowen is a two-member division, with voters able to cast two separate votes in the election. The Liberal Democrat candidate and one of the two Conservative candidates topped the poll and they were both elected.

Candidate Political party Votes %
David Glyn Lloyd Conservatives 1,039 36.4
Trevor Davies Liberal Democrats 985 34.5
Barbara Jane Craig Conservatives 831 29.1
Votes %
Total for Conservatives Conservatives 1,870 65.5
Total for Liberal Democrats Liberal Democrats 985 34.5

Turnout: 34.42%[38]

Shawbury[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Simon Paul Anderson Jones Conservatives 893 62.7
Norman Aldhous Liberal Democrats 532 37.3

Turnout: 42.22%[39]

St Martin's[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Stephen Harry Davenport Conservatives 588 45.0
Neil Graham Independent 407 31.1
William Henry Jenkins Labour 312 23.9

Turnout: 38.68%[40]

St Oswald[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Joyce Bernadette Barrow Conservatives 824 65.3
John Clive Humphries Liberal Democrats 437 34.7

Turnout: 39.78%[41]

The Meres[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Brian Beckett Williams Conservatives 1,061 66.8
Andrew Gordon Whyte Liberal Democrats 331 20.8
Stephen Christopher Boulding Greens 196 12.3

Turnout: 47.20%[42]

Wem[edit]

Wem is a two-member division, with voters able to cast two separate votes in the election. The Liberal Democrat candidate and an independent candidate topped the poll and were both elected.

Candidate Political party Votes %
Christopher John Mellings Liberal Democrats 1,497 29.2
Pauline Anne Dee Independent 1,061 20.7
Peter Broomhall Conservatives 729 14.2
John Hamilton Murray Conservatives 663 13.0
Margaret J Carson Independent 543 10.6
William Nevett Independent 361 7.1
Ian R Deakin BNP 265 5.2
Votes %
Total for Independents Independents 1,965 38.4
Total for Liberal Democrats Liberal Democrats 1,497 29.2
Total for Conservatives Conservatives 1,392 27.2
Total for BNP BNP 265 5.2

Turnout: 43.40%[43]

Whitchurch North[edit]

Whitchurch North is a two-member division, with voters able to cast two separate votes in the election. In 2009, both Conservative candidates topped the vote, resulting in their election.

Candidate Political party Votes %
Thomas Henry Biggins Conservatives 1,198 36.5
Margaret Ruth Mullock Conservatives 836 25.4
Robert John Hewson Independent 428 13.0
Andrew Hadden Richardson Liberal Democrats 339 10.3
Pauline Lynn Jones Liberal Democrats 296 9.0
Stephen Nigel Clifford Labour 188 5.7
Votes %
Total for Conservatives Conservatives 2,034 61.9
Total for Liberal Democrats Liberal Democrats 635 19.3
Total for Independent Independent 428 13.0
Total for Labour Labour 188 5.7

Turnout: 34.86%[44]

Whitchurch South[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Gerald Lionel Dakin Conservatives 561 52.3
Christopher Arthur Rawson Chambers Independent 313 29.2
Ruth Christine Leach Greens 116 10.8
Tricia Dawson Labour 83 7.7

Turnout: 33.85%[45]

Whittington[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Stephen Frank Charmley Conservatives 794 61.4
Patricia Anne Raine Independent 500 38.6

Turnout: 41.23%[46]

South area results[edit]

Following are the results for the electoral divisions located in the South administrative sub-division of Shropshire Council, which covers the areas of the former South Shropshire and Bridgnorth districts. Unless otherwise stated, all divisions elect a single member. The winning candidates are marked in bold.

Albrighton[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Malcolm Gregory Pate Conservatives 888 48.6
David Alan Beechey Independent 770 42.1
James Paul Lusk Labour 170 9.3

Turnout: 49.05%[47]

Alveley and Claverley[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Tina Woodward Conservatives 797
Frederick David Voysey Liberal Democrats 430
George Benjamin Henry Lee Independent 394

Turnout: 49.45%[48]

Bishop's Castle[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Peter Francis Phillips Liberal Democrats 754
Georgiana Louise Dacre Ellis Conservatives 641
Jacqueline Mary Morrish Greens 186

Turnout: 55.83%[49]

Bridgnorth East and Astley Abbotts[edit]

Bridgnorth East and Astley Abbotts is a two-member division, with voters able to cast two separate votes in the election. In 2009, both Conservative candidates topped the vote, resulting in their election.

Candidate Political party Votes %
Christian James Lea Conservatives 941
William Michael Parr Conservatives 875
Adrian Ebrutal Tacchi Independent 796
David Walker Liberal Democrats 578
Paul Anthony Tacchi Independent 550
Iain Reginald Findlay Seivewright Liberal Democrats 520
Patricia Joan Lee Independent 172
Votes %
Total for Conservatives Conservatives 1,816
Total for Independents Independents 1,518
Total for Liberal Democrats Liberal Democrats 1,098

Turnout: 36.29%[50]

Bridgnorth West and Tasley[edit]

Bridgnorth West and Tasley is a two-member division, with voters able to cast two separate votes in the election. In 2009, both Conservative candidates topped the vote, resulting in their election.

Candidate Political party Votes %
Leslie John Paul Winwood Conservatives 1199
John Hurst-Knight Conservatives 940
Richard Douglas Stilwell Liberal Democrats 564
Vanessa Naomi Voysey Liberal Democrats 512
Edward John Shirley Independent 510
Norman Philip Charles Cottrell Independent 400
Geoffrey Thomas Bodenham Independent 272
Votes %
Total for Conservatives Conservatives 2,139
Total for Independents Independents 1,182
Total for Liberal Democrats Liberal Democrats 1,076

Turnout: 37.15%[51]

Broseley[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Jean Elizabeth Jones Labour 1006
Josephine Challinor Conservatives 490

Turnout: 41.78%[52]

Brown Clee[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Robert Stuart Tindall Conservatives 919
Richard Andrew Kightley Liberal Democrats 419

Turnout: 44.92%[53]

Cheswardine[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Andrew Betham Davies Conservatives 781
Michael Gould Independent 369
Robert Patrick O'Brien Labour 112

Turnout: 40.37%[54]

Chirbury and Worthen[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Heather Mary Kidd Liberal Democrats 791
Philip Dennis Morgan Conservatives 613

Turnout: 59.81%[55]

Church Stretton and Craven Arms[edit]

Church Stretton and Craven Arms is a two-member division, with voters able to cast two separate votes in the election. In 2009, both Conservative candidates topped the vote, resulting in their election.

Candidate Political party Votes %
David William Evans Conservatives 1325
James Allan Gibson Conservatives 1222
Neville Percy Stephens Liberal Democrats 1072
Robert Douglas Welch Liberal Democrats 903
Helen Claire Byrne Greens 595
Mark Edward Ernest Morris Independent 591
David Percival Gibbon Greens 552
Clive Stephen Leworthy Labour 502
James Lloyd Whittall BNP 221
Votes %
Total for Conservatives Conservatives 2,547
Total for Liberal Democrats Liberal Democrats 1,975
Total for Greens Greens 1,147
Total for Independent Independent 591
Total for Labour Labour 502
Total for BNP BNP 221

Turnout: 54.92%[56]

Clee[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Paul Vincent Andrews Conservatives 714
Richard Mark Huffer Liberal Democrats 694
Adrian Harcourt Coles Independent 471

Turnout: 52.69%[57]

Cleobury Mortimer[edit]

Cleobury Mortimer is a two-member division, with voters able to cast two separate votes in the election. In 2009, the Independent Community and Health Concern candidate and one of the two Conservative candidates topped the vote, resulting in their election.

Candidate Political party Votes %
Doreen Madge Shineton Independent Community and Health Concern 1454
Gwilym Howard Leslie Butler Conservatives 1304
Betty Doreen Davies Independent 1181
Ian James Suthers Conservatives 575
Votes %
Total for Conservatives Conservatives 1,879
Total for ICHC Independent Community and Health Concern 1,454
Total for Independent Independent 1,181

Turnout: 47.96%[58]

Clun[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Nigel John Hartin Liberal Democrats 962
Jacqueline Williams Conservatives 900

Turnout: 61.18%[59]

Corvedale[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Cecilia Mary Anne Motley Conservatives 1020
Claude Lowry Bodenham Independent 701

Turnout: 59.07%[60]

Highley[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Eunice Mary Nicholls Liberal Democrats 654
Peter John Martin Conservatives 380

Turnout: 37.06%[61]

Ludlow East[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Tracey Huffer Liberal Democrats 667
Edgar Charles Havard Conservatives 390
Christina Jean Evans BNP 113
Gareth Stephen Williams Labour 109

Turnout: 42.33%[62]

Ludlow North[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Rosanna Theresa Daphne Taylor-Smith Conservatives 685
Peter Jack Corston Liberal Democrats 500
Graeme Perks Independent 206
Imogen Herford Greens 119
Caroline Snyder BNP 54

Turnout: 52.54%[63]

Ludlow South[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Martin Alan Taylor-Smith Conservatives 757
Elizabeth Vivienne Parry Liberal Democrats 755

Turnout: 52.09%[64]

Much Wenlock[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Paul Milner Whiteman Conservatives 779
David Michael John Gibbon Independent 531
Philip John Robinson Liberal Democrats 357

Turnout: 47.99%[65]

Shifnal North[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Gordon Frank Tonkinson Conservatives 659
Kevin David Turley Independent 482
Gillian Elizabeth Seymour UKIP 269
Raymond Frederick Stickland Independent 86

Turnout: 40.98%[66]

Shifnal South and Cosford[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Stuart John West Conservatives 731
David Ridley Victor Murray Liberal Democrats 415
Brian Edward Hyde Seymour UKIP 235
David John Carey Labour 151

Turnout: 45.17%[67]

Worfield[edit]

Candidate Political party Votes %
Michael Linden Wood Conservatives 898
Margaret Edmonson Chalmers Winckler Independent 287
Helen Howell Liberal Democrats 246

Turnout: 48.45%[68]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  48. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-8QCD7K/$file/Alveley-and-Claverley.pdf
  49. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-8QCD7K/$file/Bishops-Castle.pdf
  50. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Bridgnorth-East-and-Astley-Abbotts.pdf
  51. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Bridgnorth-West-and-Tasley-Result.pdf
  52. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-8QCD7K/$file/Broseley.pdf
  53. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-8QCD7K/$file/Brown-Clee.pdf
  54. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-8QCD7K/$file/Cheswardine.pdf
  55. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Chirbury-and-Worthen.pdf
  56. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Church-Stretton-and-Craven-Arms.pdf
  57. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Clee.pdf
  58. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Cleobury-Mortimer.pdf
  59. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Clun.pdf
  60. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Corvedale.pdf
  61. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Highley.pdf
  62. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Ludlow-East.pdf
  63. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Ludlow-North.pdf
  64. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Ludlow-South.pdf
  65. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Much-Wenlock.pdf
  66. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Shifnal-North.pdf
  67. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Shifnal-South-and-Cosford.pdf
  68. ^ http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/democracy.nsf/viewAttachments/JHAS-93MF89/$file/Worfield.pdf

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Preceded by
Shropshire County Council election, 2005
Shropshire local elections Succeeded by
Shropshire Council election, 2013