Warwickshire County Council election, 2009

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2009 local election results in Warwickshire

Elections to Warwickshire County Council took place on 4 June 2009, having been delayed from 7 May, in order to coincide with elections to the European Parliament.

Summary of Results[edit]

Warwickshire County Council election, 2009
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Conservative 39 16 4 +12 63% 43% 83,186 +3.75%
  Liberal Democrat 12 4 3 +1 19% 23% 44,260 -3.87%
  Labour 10 0 13 -13 16% 17% 33,843 -13.15%
  Whitnash Independents 1 0 0 ±0 2% 1% 1,632
  Green 0 0 0 ±0 0 11% 21,115
  BNP 0 0 0 ±0 0 3% 6,271 N/A
  Others 0 0 0 ±0 0 2% 3,074 N/A

Divisional Results[edit]

North Warwickshire[edit]

Seat Result Majority
Arley Conservative HOLD 1,055
Atherstone Conservative GAIN from Labour 87
Baddlesley Labour HOLD 188
Coleshill Conservative HOLD 604
Hartshill Conservative GAIN from Labour 370
Kingsbury Labour HOLD 221
Polesworth Conservative GAIN from Labour 200
Water Orton Conservative HOLD 937

Nuneaton and Bedworth[edit]

Seat Result Majority
Abbey Labour HOLD
Arbury and Stockingford* Conservative GAIN from Labour
Bede Labour HOLD
Bedworth North Conservative GAIN from Labour
Bedworth West Labour HOLD
Bulkington Conservative HOLD
Camp Hill Labour HOLD
Galley Common Conservative GAIN from Labour
Poplar Labour HOLD
St. Nicholas Conservative HOLD
Weddington Conservative HOLD
Wembrook Labour HOLD
Whitestone Conservative HOLD
Arbury and Stockingford (2)[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Green Alty, James Christopher Myles 692 7.69%
BNP Findley, Martyn Russell 1283 14.27%
Labour Henry, Pat 1472 16.37%
Labour Longden, Barry James 1480 16.46%
Conservative Wilson, Sonja Lund 1582 17.59%
Conservative Wilson, Tom 1637 18.2%
Green Wright, Mike 848 9.43%
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Chattaway, Richard 1,258 45.32%
BNP Deacon, Alwyn Mark 583 21.00%
Conservative Hadden, Stuart 578 20.82%
Green Ingall, Caz 101 3.64%
English Democrat Lane, David Ford 256 9.22%
Turnout 2,776
Bedworth North[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BNP Bennett, Kevin Paul 429 15.78%
Labour Haynes, John 727 26.74%
Independent Lane, John Stephen 309 11.36%
Conservative Lobbett, Barry 840 30.89%
Green Wandless-Phillips, Clare Louise 414 15.23%
Turnout 2,719
Bedworth West[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Field, Alice Rachel 289 11.31%
Conservative Hadden, Chris 776 30.37%
BNP Haywood, Darren John 427 16.71%
Labour McCarney, Frank 889 34.79%
Green Phillips, Ben 174 6.81%
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Beaumont John Brian
Green Patrick Andrew John
Conservative Smith Richard Thomas
Nuneaton Abbey[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Green Carter Juliet Anne
TUSC Clark George Alan
Labour Hicks Robert Donald
BNP Lincoln Maureen
Conservative Paxton Stephen James
Nuneaton Camphill[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Davies Corinne
Conservative Gutteridge Mark Lancelot
BNP Holmes Jason
Green Jhita Avnash
TUSC Reilly Paul
Nuneaton Galley Common[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Foster James
Labour Johnson Philip
TUSC McGuire Paige Louise
Green Watson Marcia Elaine
St. Nicolas[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Clarke Jeffrey
Green Kondakor Michele Marie Pascale
TUSC White Daniel Stephen
Labour Wilson Sonja Lund
Nuneaton Weddington[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Farnell Alan John
Green Kondakor Keith Anthony
Labour Margrave Samuel John
TUSC McGraff Brendan
UKIP Slipper Dennis
Nuneaton Wem Brook[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Harbison Scott George Moreton
Green Horobin Alexander Scott
BNP Kimberley Phillip
TUSC Playdon Peter
Independent Sheppard William Henry
Labour Tandy June Anne
Conservative Walmsley Hayden Brian
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Green Bonner Ian Charles
Labour Crichton Andrew Stephen
Conservative Heatley Martin Leslie
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BNP Haycock Glyn David
Labour Jackson Julie Anne
Conservative Llewellyn-Nash Ian Christopher
TUSC Mosey Catherine


Seat Result Majority
Admirals Conservative GAIN from Labour
Brownsover* Conservative GAIN from Labour
Caldecott* Conservative HOLD
Dunchurch Conservative HOLD
Earl Craven Conservative HOLD
Eastlands and Hillmorton* Liberal Democrats HOLD
Fosse Conservative HOLD
Lawford and New Bilton Conservative GAIN from Labour

Stratford upon Avon[edit]

Seat Result Majority
Alcester Conservative GAIN from Liberal Democrats
Aston Cantlow Conservative HOLD
Bidford on Avon Liberal Democrats HOLD
Feldon Conservative HOLD
Henley in Arden Conservative HOLD
Kineton Conservative GAIN from Liberal Democrats
Shipston on Stour Conservative HOLD
Southam Conservative HOLD
Stour and the Vale Conservative HOLD
Stratford Avenue and New Town Liberal Democrats HOLD
Stratford South* Liberal Democrats GAIN from Conservative
Studley Liberal Democrats GAIN from Conservative
Wellesbourne Liberal Democrats GAIN from Conservative


Seat Result Majority
Bishop's Tachbrook Conservative HOLD
Cubbington Conservative HOLD
Kenilworth, Abbey Liberal Democrats HOLD
Kenilworth, Park Hill Conservative GAIN from Liberal Democrats
Kenilworth, St. John's Conservative HOLD
Leamington, Brunswick Labour HOLD
Leamington, Milverton Liberal Democrats HOLD
Leamington North* Liberal Democrats HOLD
Leamington, Willes Labour HOLD
Leek Wootton Conservative HOLD
Warwick North Conservative GAIN from Labour
Warwick South Conservative HOLD
Warwick West Conservative GAIN from Labour
Whitnash Independent HOLD
  • Wards marked with a star elect two members