2010 Stoke-on-Trent City Council election

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Results by ward.

Elections to Stoke-on-Trent City Council took place on 6 May 2010, coinciding with the national General election. One third - 20 seats - of the council were up for election.

Election result[edit]

After the election, the parties were represented thus: Labour 27 seats; Conservative 8 seats; British National Party 5 seats; Liberal Democrat 5 seats; Others 15 seats. Although Labour had greatly improved its position, becoming the largest party, the council remained in no overall control.

Stoke-on-Trent Council Election Result 2010
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Labour 17 11 - 11 85 35.28 34,000
  Conservative 2 - - 0 10 24.04 23,164
  Liberal Democrat 1 - 2 -2 5 21.28 20,513
  Independent 0 - 6 -6 0 14.45 13,927
  UKIP 0 - - - - 5.21 5,022
  BNP 0 - 3 -3 0 4.95 4,770
  England First 0 - - - - 1.00 959
Turnout 30.2 55,988

Ward results[edit]

Abbey Green
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Gwenyth Hassall 1639 32.85
Conservative Simon Sykes 1170 23.45
BNP Michael Durkin 835 16.73
Liberal Democrat Anita Gill 809 16.21
Independent Neil Walker 279 5.59
Independent Alexandrina Knight 258 5.17
Majority 469 9.40
Turnout 4990
Labour gain from BNP Swing
Bentilee and Townsend
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Mervin Smith 1653 39.25
BNP Philip Sandland 864 20.52
Conservative Amy Sykes 618 14.68
Liberal Democrat Nigel Smith 567 13.46
Independent Wendy Johnson 291 6.91
Independent Margaret Lowe 218 5.18
Majority 789 18.74
Turnout 4211
Labour gain from BNP Swing
Berryhill and Hanley East
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Adrian Knapper 1486 36.86
Conservative David Jones 973 24.14
Liberal Democrat Leslie Porch 738 18.31
UKIP Geoffrey Clewlow 450 11.16
Independent Denise Maddison 384 9.53
Majority 513 12.73
Turnout 4031
Labour hold Swing
Blurton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Margaret Barber 1741 35.04
Conservative Harold Mouat 939 18.90
Liberal Democrat Christine Grocock 873 17.57
BNP Terence Cope 764 15.38
Independent Jamie Naylor 652 13.12
Majority 802 16.14
Turnout 4969
Labour gain from Independent Swing
Burslem North
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Joy Garner 2074 44.52
Liberal Democrat Sharon Black 978 20.99
Conservative Donald Smith 952 20.43
UKIP James Smith 655 14.06
Majority 1096 23.52
Turnout 4659
Labour hold Swing
Burslem South
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Mohammed Pervez 1866 42.28
Independent Edward Owen 918 20.80
Conservative Gareth Fallows 838 18.99
Liberal Democrat Mohammed Chowdhury 511 11.58
Independent Forid Ali 280 6.34
Majority 948 21.48
Turnout 4413
Labour hold Swing
Chell and Packmoor
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Anthony Fradley 1835 36.27
Independent Ann James 1328 26.25
Labour Nicholas Jellyman 842 16.64
UKIP Christopher McCabe 547 10.81
Liberal Democrat Mazhar Hussain 507 10.02
Majority 507 10.02
Turnout 5059
Labour gain from Independent Swing
East Valley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Matt Wilcox 1973 34.38
Conservative Jack Brereton 1675 29.19
Liberal Democrat Susan Ford 1043 18.17
UKIP Andrew Smith 461 8.03
Independent Geoffrey Knight 303 5.28
Independent Roger Ibbs 240 4.18
Independent Andrew Wragg 44 0.77
Majority 298 5.19
Turnout 5739
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Fenton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Sarah Hill 1581 32.58
Conservative Stephen Brown 962 19.82
Liberal Democrat Stephen Blakemore 946 19.49
UKIP John Cope 465 9.58
Independent Marjorie Bate 451 9.29
England First Kathleen Ward 236 4.86
Independent Sharon Baggaley 212 4.37
Majority 619 12.75
Turnout 4853
Labour gain from Independent Swing
Hanley West and Shelton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Mohammad Wazir 1631 42.95
Liberal Democrat Asim Shaheen 1340 35.29
Conservative Eleanor Bloor 826 21.75
Majority 291 7.66
Turnout 3797
Labour hold Swing
Hartshill and Penkhull
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Kassem al-Khatib 1492 27.21
Liberal Democrat Paul Billington 1452 26.48
Conservative Shaun Bennett 1155 21.06
Independent Ian Mitchell 495 9.03
UKIP Steven Morris 461 8.41
Independent Michael Williams 429 7.82
Majority 40 0.73
Turnout 5484
Labour gain from Independent Swing
Longton North
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Thomas Tolley 2436 41.34
Conservative James Whitehurst 1272 21.58
Liberal Democrat Conrad Lubinski 814 13.81
England First Mark Leat 606 10.28
UKIP Paul Goodwin 488 8.28
Independent Sheila Cowell 277 4.70
Majority 1164 19.75
Turnout 5893
Labour hold Swing
Longton South
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Olwen Hamer 2114 33.27
Independent Lilian Dodd 1585 24.94
Liberal Democrat Sadaqat Maqsoom 1373 21.61
Conservative Daniel Harley 1283 20.19
Majority 529 8.32
Turnout 6355
Labour hold Swing
Meir Park and Sandon
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Abigail Brown 2215 36.94
Labour Alastair Watson 1900 31.68
Liberal Democrat Brian Whittaker 1471 24.53
Independent Jacqueline Pearson 411 6.85
Majority 315 5.25
Turnout 5997
Conservative hold Swing
Northwood and Birches
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Jean Bowers 2091 42.99
Labour Mahfooz Ahmad 1194 24.55
Conservative Pamela Jellyman 839 17.25
Independent Eve Maley 740 15.21
Majority 897 18.44
Turnout 4864
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Norton and Bradeley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Duncan Walker 1485 29.61
Conservative Austin Cooke 1045 20.83
Independent John Nicholls 824 16.43
Liberal Democrat Elaine Bowen 711 14.17
Independent Sheila Matthews 579 11.54
UKIP Sean Daley 372 7.42
Majority 440 8.77
Turnout 5016
Labour gain from Independent Swing
Stoke and Trent Vale
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Jeremy Dillon 1475 29.10
Liberal Democrat Thomas Grocock 1243 24.52
Conservative Harold Gregory 832 16.41
Independent Alan Joynson 634 12.51
BNP Stephen Issard 524 10.34
UKIP Michael Harold 361 7.12
Majority 232 4.58
Turnout 5069
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Trentham and Hanford
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Mark Wright 2500 38.06
Labour Lloyd Brown 1368 20.83
Liberal Democrat Alan Alcock 1321 20.11
Independent Peter Hayward 884 13.46
UKIP Philip Smith 496 7.55
Majority 1132 17.23
Turnout 6569
Conservative hold Swing
Tunstall
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Majid Khan 1366 25.84
Independent Lee Wanger 1211 22.91
Liberal Democrat Mohammed Nadeem 887 16.78
Conservative Laura Baskeyfield 844 15.96
BNP Paula Roberts 713 13.49
UKIP David Parfitt 266 5.03
Majority 155 2.93
Turnout 5287
Labour gain from Independent Swing
Weston and Meir North
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Ruth Rosenau 1691 33.16
Conservative Ross Ward 1384 27.14
BNP Anthony Simmonds 1070 20.98
Liberal Democrat Sabrina Bowers 838 16.43
England First Spencer Cartlidge 117 2.29
Majority 307 6.02
Turnout 5100
Labour gain from BNP Swing