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 The results of the Cumbria County Council elections in Copeland held in May 2013 are listed below. In each case (E) indicates the candidate that was elected.

Bransty division:

  • Graham Roberts, Conservative, 567
  • Eileen Weir, Labour, 580 (E)

 

Cleator Moor East and Frizington division:

  • Tim Knowles, Labour, 594 (E)
  • Genna Martin, Conservative, 355
  • Sally Millar, Green Party, 73
  • Mike Minogue, Liberal Democrats, 77
  • Dan Verity, British National Party, 118

 

Cleator Moor West division:

  • Rob Currie, Conservative, 157
  • Jennifer Alice Matthys, British National Party, 92
  • Frank Morgan, Labour, 771 (E)

 

Egremont division:

  • Erica Flint, Green Party, 66
  • Sheena Gray, Conservative, 236
  • David Edward Southward, Labour, 663 (E)
  • Pamela Tyson, UK Independence Party, 345

 

 Egremont North and St Bees division:

  •  Lorraine Armstrong, UK Independence Party, 296
  • Christopher John Whiteside, Conservative, 382
  • Henry Wormstrup, Labour, 395 (E)

 

Gosforth division:

  • Norman Clarkson, Conservative, 1176 (E)
  • Christopher Ross, Labour, 420

 

Hillcrest and Hensingham division:

  • Christine Wharrier, Labour, 754 (E)
  • Andrew William Wonnacott, 620

 

Howgate division:

  • Stephen Haraldsen, Conservative, 354
  • Sue Hayman, Labour, 692 (E)
  • Richard Scrivener, Green Party, 98

 

Kells and Sandwith division:

  • Frank Nicholson, British National Party, 188
  • Wendy Skillicorn, Labour, 717 (E)
  • Ian St. John, Green Party, 84
  • Brigid Anne Whiteside, Conservative, 218

 

Millom division:

  • Denise Burness, Labour, 437
  • Brian Crawford, Conservative, 551 (E)
  • Sue Day, UK Independence Party, 284
  • Neil Wilson, Green Party, 47

 

Millom Without division:

  • Margaret Barnes, Labour, 310
  • Lynette Gilligan, Green Party, 169
  • Keith Haigh Hitchen, Conservative, 829 (E)

 

Mirehouse division:

  • Mike Hawkins, Labour, 696 (E)
  • Phil Holmes, British National Party, 32
  • Ian Jenkinson, UK Independence Party, 226
  • Jane Margaret Micklethwaite, Conservative, 164

 

 Total:

 Labour, 7; Conservative, 3.

Previously, the breakdown was Labour, 5; Conservative, 5.

Published: 9 May 2013 - 11:51am