Castle Without

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Castle Without is an electoral ward comprising the Windsor town centre. It is represented by three councillors (George Bathurst, Catherine Bursnall and Sue Evans of the Conservative Party) in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.[1] Nationally, the ward forms part of the UK Parliamentary constituency of Windsor[2] and is represented by Adam Afriyie of the Conservative Party.

When the electoral register was updated following the 2011 annual canvass, there were 5,109 voters appearing on the roll for the ward.

History[edit]

Prior to the 2003 Royal Borough elections, the Windsor town centre belonged to the Castle electoral ward before 2003.

For the 2003 Royal Borough elections, the remaining area of the Castle ward which was not included in the newly created Eton and Castle ward was transferred to the new Castle Without ward for the 2003 elections.[3]

Electorate[edit]

The number of registered voters (British, Irish, European Union and Commonwealth citizens aged 16 or over) appearing on the electoral roll published for the ward are as follows:

  • 1 December 2009: 4,765 electors
  • 1 December 2011: 5,109 electors[4]

Royal Borough representation[edit]

The two seats for the councillor representing the ward in the Royal Borough are determined by the Multi-member plurality system (the two candidate who receive the plurality of the votes cast). Royal Borough elections are held every four years.

Past elections results[edit]

Royal Borough election 2011[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Cat Bursnall 1238
Conservative George Bathurst 1155
Conservative Sue Evans 1083
Liberal Democrat Antony Wood 665
Liberal Democrat Pat Gare 620
Liberal Democrat Moray Barclay 582
Labour Kate Pattinson 346
Green Marc Green 342
Labour Sona Olikara 275
Total formal votes
Informal votes 14
Turnout 46.2
Royal Borough election 2007[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Elisabeth Barton 936
Conservative Catherine Batchelor (now Catherine Bursnall) 935
Conservative Sue Evans 854
Liberal Democrat David Eglise 713
Liberal Democrat Mary Gliksten 704
Liberal Democrat John Foster 662
Labour Ann Matthews 138
Labour Antony Matthews 128
Total formal votes
Informal votes 10
Turnout 1794[7] 41.87
Royal Borough election 2003[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat David Eglise 962
Liberal Democrat Bryan Hedley 962
Liberal Democrat Martin Pritchett 959
Conservative George Bathurst 444
Conservative Catherine Lavender 429
Conservative David Coppinger 399
Labour Margaret Atwell 136
Labour Janet Milward 132
Total formal votes
Informal votes 4
Turnout 1551[9] 31.4

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