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Results: Thursday 5th June 2008

Allerdale BC, All Saints
Con 587 (45.0; -1.8)
Lab 536 (41.1; -12.2)
BNP 99 (7.6; +7.6)
Green 58 (4.4; +4.4)
Ind 25 (1.9; +1.9)
Majority 51
Turnout 35%
Con hold
Percentage change from May 2007.

Forest Heath DC, Red Lodge
LD Pat McCloud 321 (55.9; +55.9)
Con 230 (40.1; -59.9)
UKIP 23 (4.0; +4.0)
Majority 91
Turnout 38%
LD gain from Con
Percentage change from May 2007.

Gwynedd UA, Bowydd and Rhiw
Llais Gwynedd 341 (48.4; +48.4)
PC 247 (35.0; +35.0)
Green 117 (16.6; +16.6)
[Lab (0.0; -100.0)]
Majority 94
Turnout not known
Llais Gwynedd gain from Lab
Percentage change from May 2004.

Newark and Sherwood DC, Edwinstone
Ind 715 (60.9; +6.8)
Lab 459 (39.1; +8.9)
[Con (0.0; -15.7)]
Majority 256
Turnout 28.9%
Ind hold
Percentage change from May 2007.

Newhaven TC, Meeching
LD Maurice Langham 610 (55.1)
Con 497 (44.9)
Majority 113
Turnout 28.6%
LD hold.

Newport City UA, Bettws
Lab 1128/890/789 (52.0; -0.7)
LD Sue Baker 586/Ann Tripp 451/David Gapper Hampson 408 (27.0; +19.7)
Con 331/260 (15.3; +7.1)
PC 75/49 (3.5; -3.6)
Ind 50/40 (2.3; -22.4)
Majorities 542/304/203
Turnout not known
Lab hold
Percentage change from May 2004.

Newport City UA, St Julian's
LD Ed Townsend 1148/Carmel Townsend 1029/Gill Ford 985 (49.2; -3.5)
Con 581/552/542 (24.9; +15.3)
Lab 492/467/432 (21.1; -2.7)
PC 111 (4.8; +0.3)
[Ind (0.0; -9.4)]
Majorities 567/448/404
Turnout not known
LD hold
Percentage change from May 2004.

Shropshire CC, Market Drayton
Con 1178 (53.1; +0.6)
Lab 510 (23.0; -24.5)
Ind 362 (16.3; +16.3)
Ind 170 (7.7; +7.7)
Majority 668
Turnout 25%
Con hold
Percentage change from May 2005.

Uttlesford DC, Great Dunmow North
Con 569 (52.5; +17.4)
LD Julia Hirons 515 (47.5; -2.3)
[Ind (0.0; -15.0)]
Majority 54
Turnout 42%
Con gain from LD
Percentage change from May 2007.

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