West Derby (ward)

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West Derby is a Liverpool City Council ward within the Liverpool West Derby Parliamentary constituency. It was formed for the 2004 Municipal elections comprising most of the pre-2004 Croxteth ward, incorporating small parts of Gilmoss and Broadgreen wards.[1]

It is centred on West Derby village and incorporates Blackmoor Park Junior school, St. Paul's primary school, St. Mary's primary school and Holly Lodge secondary school.

Councillors[edit]

The ward has returned seven Councillors[2]

Term Councillor Party
2004 - 2008 Ann Hines Liberal Democrats
2004 - 2010 Stuart Monkcom Liberal Democrats
2004 - 2011 Norman Mills Liberal Democrats
2008 - 2012 Graham Hulme Liberal Democrats
2010–present Pam Thomas Labour
2011–present Daniel Barrington Labour
2012–present Lana Orr Labour

Election results[edit]

Elections of the 2010s[edit]

Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2014: 22nd May 2014 [3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Pam Thomas 1993 55.58% -5.85%
UKIP Stuart Monkcom 774 21.58% n/a
Liberal Ann Hines 238 6.64% -5.42%
Liberal Democrat Graham Hulme 207 5.77% -11.72%
Green Mark Coleman 156 4.35% -0.14%
Conservative Pauline Ann Shuttleworth 150 4.18% -0.34%
TUSC Ann Barbara Walsh 68 1.90% n/a
Majority 1,219 34.00% -9.94%
Turnout 3586 32.43% +2.89%
Labour hold Swing -13.72%
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2012: 3rd May 2012 [4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Lana Orr 2378 61.43% +1.67%
Liberal Democrat Graham Hulme 677 17.49% -9.72%
Liberal Ann Hines 467 12.06% +7.55%
Conservative Diane Isabel Watson 175 4.52% +0.01%
Green Martin Trevor Randall 174 4.49% +2.29%
Majority 1,701 43.94% +11.38%
Turnout 3,871 35.32% -6.83%
Labour hold Swing -4.03%
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2011: 5th May 2011 [5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Daniel Barrington 2770 59.76% +11.65%
Liberal Democrat Norman Mills 1261 27.21% -5.79%
Conservative Diane Isobel Watson 232 5.01% -3.04%
Liberal Ann Hines 209 4.51% -5.05%
Green Martin Trevor Randall 102 2.20% +0.91%
Socialist Labour Kim Singleton 61 1.32% n/a
Majority 1509 32.56% +17.46%
Turnout 4635 42.15% -22.17%
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing +8.72%
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2010: West Derby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Pam Thomas 3391 48.11% +22.24%
Liberal Democrat Stuart Monkcom 2326 33.00% -4.29
Liberal Ann Hines 674 9.56% -12.35
Conservative Andrew Desborough 567 8.05% -2.08%
Green Martin Trevor Randall 91 1.29% -3.51%
Majority 1,065 15.10%
Turnout 7049 64.32% +34.38%
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing +13.27%

Elections of the 2000s[edit]

Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2008: West Derby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrat Graham Hulme 1244 37.29%
Labour Brenda McGrath 863 25.87%
Liberal Ann Hines 731 21.91%
Conservative Neil Wilson 338 10.13%
Green Kim Graham 160 4.80%
Majority 381 11.4%
Turnout 3336 29.94
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2007: West Derby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrat Norman Mills 1751 55.41%
Labour Ged Taylor 758 23.99%
Conservative Geoffrey Elsmore Brandwood 261 8.26%
Liberal Patricia Margaret Elmour 209 6.61%
Green Ian Graham 181 5.73%
Majority 993 31.4%
Turnout 3160 28.32
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2006: West Derby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrat Stuart Monkcom 1416 49.49%
Labour Ronald James Foy 652 22.79
Conservative Geoffrey Elsmore Brandwood 308 10.77%
Liberal Stephen Houghland 222 7.76%
Green Ian Graham 204 7.13%
Socialist Labour Stephen Hill 59 2.06%
Majority 764 26.7%
Turnout 2861 25.22%
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

After the boundary change of 2004 the whole of Liverpool City Council faced election. Three Councillors were returned at this election.

Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2004: West Derby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrat Ann Hines 2436
Liberal Democrat Norman Mills 2202
Liberal Democrat Stuart Monkcom 2058
Labour Joseph Foy 782
Labour Lilian Foy 764
Labour Ronald Foy 718
Conservative Geoffrey Brandwood 378
Green Ian Graham 305
Liberal Edith Bamford 302
Liberal Patricia Elmour 282
UKIP Kenneth Crick 266
Liberal Barbara Pickstock 265
Socialist Labour Patrick Goodwin 95
Majority
Turnout 4151 36.36
Liberal Democrat hold Swing n/a

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Coordinates: 53°26′02″N 2°54′27″W / 53.4338°N 2.9074°W / 53.4338; -2.9074