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Local Council (District) elections

Stockton-on-Tees has 56 Councillors who represent the 26 wards across the Borough.

Local elections are held once every 4 years, on the first Thursday of May.

The next local elections are due to take place on Thursday 4 May 2023.

2021 District Councillor by-election results

By-elections are held when we need to fill a vacancy outside of the normal election cycle. The latest by-elections in the Borough took place in May 2021.

Billingham West

A by-election for a District Councillor in the Billingham West Ward took place on 6 May 2021.

Lee Spence, the Conservative Party candidate, was elected with 863 votes. 

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Bellerby, Mark WilliamIndependent791
Harris, GilesIndependent4
Henderson, Paul ThomasIndependent32
Jenkins, Paul AdrianLabour Party429
McDermottroe, John GerardReform UK53
Penn, Raymond JosephLiberal Democrats7
Spence, LeeThe Conservative Party candidate863 (elected)

 

There were 15 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4451 people. Turnout was 49.3%.

 

Bishopsgarth and Elm Tree

A by-election for a District Councillor in the Bishopsgarth and Elm Tree Ward took place on 6 May 2021.

Hugo Thomas Stratton, the Conservative Party candidate, was elected with 1055 votes. 

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Eves, Matthew AlanLiberal Democrats730
Harker, Craig ThomasIndependent165
Lamb, BenLabour Party386
Stratton, Hugo ThomasThe Conservative Party candidate1055 (elected)

 

There were 12 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4933 people. Turnout was 47.6%.

 

Hartburn

A by-election for a District Councillor in the Hartburn Ward took place on 6 May 2021.

Niall Innes, the Conservative Party candidate, was elected with 1999 votes. 

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Elliott, MichaelReform UK112
Hussain, ShakeelLabour Party620
Innes, NiallThe Conservative Party candidate1999 (elected)

 

There were 16 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 5160 people. Turnout was 53.2%.

 

Western Parishes

A by-election for a District Councillor in the Western Parishes Ward took place on 6 May 2021.

Steve Matthews, the Conservative Party candidate, was elected with 928 votes. 

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Matthews, SteveThe Conservative Party candidate928 (elected)
Stephenson, Andrew FrederickIndependent136
Thompson, George StephenLabour Party362

 

There were 8 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 2887 people. Turnout was 49.7%.

 

Yarm

A by-election for a District Councillor in the Yarm Ward took place on 6 May 2021.

Dan Fagan, the Conservative Party candidate, was elected with 2757 votes. 

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Bell-Berry, TonyIndependent149
Chandler, Gail AndreaLabour Party644
Fagan, DanThe Conservative Party candidate2757 (elected)
Gallafant, AlanIndependent759
Johnson, Christopher RobertIndependent59
Kearney, AdamLiberal Democrats76

 

There were 57 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 8652 people. Turnout was 52%.

 

2019 District Councillor election results

Billingham Central

Ann May McCoy and Barry Woodhouse, of the Labour Party, were elected.  

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
McCoy, Ann MayLabour Party588 (elected)
Merifield, MaureenThe Conservative Party Candidate180
Pollard, AudreyLiberal Democrat185
Richards, AvrilUK Independence Party (UKIP)488
Wellington, JudithThe Conservative Party Candidate168
Woodhouse, BarryLabour Party560 (elected)

 

There were 16 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 5,253 people. Turnout was 25.3%.

 

Billingham East

Evaline Cunningham and Mick Stoker, of the Labour Party, were elected.  

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Cunningham, EvalineLabour Party635 (elected)
Gardner, PaulaThe Conservative Party Candidate143
Sharp, John William GrahamThe Conservative Party Candidate137
Stoker, MickLabour Party680 (elected)
Stringer, David PryceGreen Party Candidate289

 

There were 32 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4,959 people. Turnout was 23%.

 

Billingham North

Chris Barlow, Clare Michelle Gamble and Lauriane Teresa Povey of the Labour Party, were elected.  

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Barlow, ChrisLabour Party1135 (elected)
Burdon, Mark GideonThe North East Party542
Christie, PaulUK Independence Party (UKIP)475
French, Angela LouiseThe Conservative Party Candidate340
Gamble, Clare MichelleLabour Party970 (elected)
Harrison, JulieGreen Party Candidate268
Linley, SamThe Conservative Party Candidate 504
Povey, Lauriane TeresaLabour Party1049 (elected)
Vickers, Marcus LennonThe Conservative Party Candidate339

 

There were 12 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 6,888 people. Turnout was 32.6%.

 

Billingham South

Jean O'Donnell and Mike Smith, of the Labour Party, were elected.  

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Carney, MargaretThe Conservative Party candidate234
Jupp, Mary CarolThe Conservative Party candidate179
O'Donnell, JeanLabour Party704 (elected)
Reeves, IanUK Independence Party (UKIP)411
Smith, MikeLabour Party646 (elected)

 

There were 14 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4,612 people. Turnout was 28.2%.

 

Billingham West

Helen Atkinson and Chris Clough, both independent candidates, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Atkinson, HelenIndependent925 (elected)
Clough, ChrisIndependent895 (elected)
Jenkins, Paul AdrianLabour Party380
Maxwell, TonyThe Conservative Party candidate515
Miller, Jack LewisThe Conservative Party candidate414
Weston, Katie DoreenLabour Party315

 

There were 3 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4,452 people. Turnout was 41.1%.

 

Bishopsgarth and Elm Tree

Julia May Cherrett and David Christopher Luigi Minchella, of the Liberal Democrats, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Bailey, Sharon ElizabethLabour Party420
Cherrett, Julia MayLiberal Democrats955 (elected)
Gibson, Sandra ElizabethUK Independence Party (UKIP)363
Jupp, Miranda Chloe IsabelleThe Conservative Party Candidate306
Minchella, David Christopher LuigiLiberal Democrats807 (elected)
Riddle, Owen CraigLabour Party360
Smith, David JohnThe Conservative Party Candidate350

 

There were 5 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4,966 people. Turnout was 39%.

 

Eaglescliffe

Jacqueline Anne Bright, Stefan Richard Houghton, and Laura Tunney, of the Conservative Party, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Bright, Jacqueline AnneThe Conservative Party candidate1643 (elected)
Cherrett, MikeLiberals Democrats822
Clarke, JamesLabour Party814
Houghton, Stefan RichardThe Conservative Party candidate1934 (elected)
Tunney, LauraThe Conservative Party candidate1844 (elected)

 

There were 55 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 8,214 people. Turnout was 36.7%.

 

Fairfield

Maurice Perry and Bill Woodhead, both independent candidates, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Craig, Sophie Louise The Conservative Party candidate433
Gardner, JimLabour Party310
Hollifield, Anne ElizabethLabour Party316
Leishman, Kathleen JoyceUK Independence Party (UKIP)138
Matthews, Stephen DavidThe Conservative Party candidate395
Perry, MauriceIndependent923 (elected)
Seow, KateLiberal Democrats56
Wade, MikeLiberal Democrats51
Woodhead, BillIndependent1,012 (elected)

 

There was 1 rejected ballot paper. The electorate consisted of 4,532 people. Turnout was 41.9%.

 

Grangefield

Carol Clark of the Labour Party and Stephen John Richardson of the Conservative Party were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Berriman, Paul DouglasUK Independence Party (UKIP)281
Booth, JoLabour Party826
Clark, CarolLabour Party902 (elected)
Clarkson, Adrian PaulUK Independence Party (UKIP)222
Eves, Matthew AlanLiberal Democrats86
Holdaway, JoanThe Conservative Party Candidate751
Richardson, Stephen JohnThe Conservative Party Candidate832 (elected)
Webb, NickLiberal Democrats110

 

There were 9 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 5,122 people. Turnout was 40.4%.

 

Hardwick and Salters Lane

Nigel Anthony Cooke and Norma Stephenson, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Cooke, Nigel AnthonyLabour Party612 (elected)
Feldon, HelenThe Conservative Party Candidate149
Feldon, WilliamThe Conservative Party Candidate138
Parkin, Gordon HowardUK Independence Party (UKIP)298
Stephenson, NormaLabour Party636 (elected)

 

There were 3 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 5,029 people. Turnout was 21.6%.

 

Hartburn

Lynn Elizabeth Hall and Matt Vickers, of the Conservative Party, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Coombs, ChristopherLabour Party390
Hall, Lynn ElizabethThe Conservative Party Candidate1,516 (elected)
Hussain, ShakeelLabour Party407
Leishman, JohnUK Independence Party (UKIP)300
Vickers, MattThe Conservative Party Candidate1,545 (elected)

 

There were 12 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 5,192 people. Turnout was 45%.

 

Ingleby Barwick East

Ted Strike, an independent candidate, Alan Watson and Sally Ann Waston, both of the Conservative party, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Barnes, StefanIngleby Barwick Independent Society696
Butler, John HenryIndependent472
Corr, GillianIngleby Barwick Independent Society738
Hall, Charlotte LouiseLabour Party356
Harrington, David CraigIngleby Barwick Independent Society695
Rutland, JennyThe Conservative Party candidate737
Strike, TedIndependent816 (elected)
Turnbull, RickIndependent369
Watson, AlanThe Conservative Party candidate765 (elected)
Watson, Sally AnnThe Conservative Party candidate897 (elected)

 

There were 19 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 7,680 people. Turnout was 32.3%.

 

Ingleby Barwick West

Ken Dixon, Kevin Charles Faulkes and Ross Patterson, all of the Ingleby Barwick Independent Society, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Brown, HadenThe Conservative Party candidate765
Butler, John CharlesLabour Party512
Dixon, KenIngleby Barwick Independent Society1,450 (elected)
Fagan, DanThe Conservative Party Candidate572
Faulks, Kevin CharlesIngleby Barwick Independent Society1,416 (elected)
Mathers, Zoe EleanorIndependent399
Murphy, PhilipThe Conservative Party candidate586
Patterson, RossIngleby Barwick Independent Society1,381 (elected)

 

There were 28 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 9,189 people. Turnout was 29.6%.

 

Mandale and Victoria

Luke John Forst, Tina Large and Steve Walmsley, all of the Thornaby Independent Association, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Bailey, Ian JamesLabour Party623
Bailey, Sonia MariaLabour Party632
Eglington, Richard FrancisLabour Party590
Frost, Luke JohnThornaby Independent Association996 (elected)
Large, TinaThornaby Independent Association965 (elected)
Morrison, FredaThe Conservative Party candidate101
Morrison, NeilThe Conservative Party candidate111
Sewell, Vanessa JaneThe Conservative Party candidate105
Walmsley, SteveThornaby Independent Association960 (elected)

 

There were 10 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 7,182 people. Turnout was 25.4%.

 

Newtown

Marilyn Margaret Surtees and Paul Weston, both of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Baker, Paul WilliamIndependent388
Davison, AlanThe Conservative Party candidate152
Richardson, Michael BrownThe Conservative Party candidate115
Surtees, Marilyn MargaretLabour Party638 (elected)
Weston, PaulLabour Party505 (elected)

 

There were 16 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4,714 people. Turnout was 23.1%.

 

Northern Parishes

John David Gardner, of the Conservative Party, was elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Cunningham, JohnLabour Party230
Gardner, John DavidThe Conservative Party Candidate575 (elected)
Tait, John IrvingThe North East Party207

 

There were 13 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 3,327 people. Turnout was 30.8%.

 

Norton North

Lisa Jane Grainge and Steven l'Anson Nelson, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Dent, John MichaelThe Conservative Party candidate340
Dent, Sarah LouiseThe Conservative Party candidate371
Grainge, Lisa JaneLabour Party858 (elected)
Nelson, Steven l'AnsonLabour Party930 (elected)

 

There were 34 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4,821 people. Turnout was 28.5%.

 

Norton South

Bob Cook and Eileen Johnson, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Cook, BobLabour Party825 (elected)
Johnson, EileenLabour Party731 (elected)
Pickles, Christopher StuartThe Conservative Party Candidate223
Stephens, TrevorUK Independence Party (UKIP)345
Wild, Derrick JamesThe Conservative Party candidate194

 

There were 5 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4,695 people. Turnout was 28.9%.

 

Norton West

Tony Riordan and Hilary Vickers, of the Conservative Party, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Leighton, Gary JamesUK Independence Party (UKIP)392
Riordan, TonyThe Conservative Party Candidate1,027 (elected)
Vickers, HilaryThe Conservative Party Candidate1,092 (elected)
Wilburn, David MatthewLabour Party970
Wilburn, Norma Margaret Labour Party968

 

There were 16 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 5,002 people. Turnout was 47.2%.

 

Parkfield and Oxbridge

Louise Baldock and Mohammed Javed, of the Labour and Co-operative Party, were elected.

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Baldock, LouiseLabour and Co-operative Party1,024 (elected)
Cockerill, Aidan KennethThe Conservative Party candidate379
Entwisle, AliceThe Conservative Party candidate289
Javed, MohammedLabour and Co-operative Party854 (elected)
Keelty, ChrisLiberal Democrats213
Rigg, Denis RaymondLiberal Democrats137

 

There were 32 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 5,795 people. Turnout was 28%.

 

Roseworth

Jim Beall and Barbara Inman, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of Candidate

Description

Number of votes

Beall, Jim

Labour Party

613 (elected)

Inman, Barbara

Labour Party

596 (elected)

Jenkins, Paul Andrew

UK Independence Party (UKIP)

400

Smailes, Marie

The Conservative Party Candidate

165

Wild, Phillip James

The Conservative Party Candidate

210

 

There were 8 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4,911 people. Turnout was 24%.

 

Stainsby Hill

Sylvia May Walmsley and Ray Godwin, of the Thornaby Independent Association, were both elected. 

Name of Candidate

Description 

Number of votes

Brown, Derrick Thomas

Labour Party

406

Chapman, John Anthony

The Conservative Party Candidate

113

Godwin, Ray

Thornaby Independent Association

787 (elected)

Milburn, Catherine Anne

Labour Party

375

Tolley, Leigh

The Conservative Party Candidate

73

Walmsley, Sylvia May

Thornaby Independent Association

868 (elected)

 

There were 7 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4,706 people. Turnout was 30.5%.

 

Stockton Town Centre

Pauline Beall and Paul Kirton, of the Labour Party, were both elected. 

Name of Candidate

Description 

Number of votes

Beall, Pauline

Labour Party

585 (elected)

Cooper, Julie

Veterans and People's Party

254

Harris, Giles

Independent

186

Kirton, Paul

Labour Party

594 (elected)

Verrill, Mary Elizabeth

The Conservative Party Candidate

108

Verill, Ronald

The Conservative Party Candidate

105

 

There were 3 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 4,254 people. Turnout was 24.1%.

 

Village

Ian John Dalgarno and Mick Moore, of the Thornaby Independent Association, were both elected. 

Name of Candidate

Description 

Number of votes

Dalgarno, Ian John

Thornaby Independent Association

1,146 (elected)

Geer, Ian

The Conservative Party Candidate

176

Moore, Mick

Thornaby Independent Association

1,134 (elected)

Morgan, Ivor Thomas

Labour Party

362

Spence, Lee

The Conservative Party Candidate

156

 

There were 8 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 5,099 people. Turnout was 33.3%.

 

Western Parishes

Andrew Frederick Stephenson, the Conservative Party Candidate, was elected. 

Name of Candidate

Description

Number of Votes

Bates, David James

Labour Party

240

Gregory, Brian James

UK Independence Party (UKIP)

165

Stephenson, Andrew Frederick

The Conservative Party Candidate

510 (elected)

 

There were 9 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 2,761 people. Turnout was 33.5%.

 

Yarm

Tony Hampton, Julia Clare Whitehill, both of the Conservative Party, and Andrew Bickers Liddell Sherris, an independent candidate, were elected. 

Name of Candidate

Description

Number of votes

Deehan, Helen Mary

Labour Party

683

Hampton, Elsi

The Conservative Party Candidate

1,207

Hampton, Tony

The Conservative Party Candidate

1,260 (elected)

Sherris, Andrew Bickers Liddell

Independent

1,839 (elected)

Whitehill, Julia Clare

The Conservative Party Candidate

1,396 (elected)

 

There were 19 rejected ballot papers. The electorate consisted of 8,052 people. Turnout was 37.8%.

 

2015 District Councillor election results

Billingham Central

Ann May McCoy and Barry Woodhouse, of the Labour Party, were elected.  

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Cowell, Kenneth (commonly known as Ken Cowell)Liberal Democrats149
Davies, Samuel (commonly known as Sam Davies)UK Independence Party (UKIP)700
Dixon, MarionUK Independence Party (UKIP)667
Gardner, PaulaConservative Party Candidate464
Hornby, Sylvia SydneyConservative Party Candidate328
McCoy, Ann MayLabour Party1,652 (elected)
Pollard, AudreyLiberal Democrats143
Woodhouse, BarryLabour Party1,528 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 5,260 people. Turnout was 57.25%.

 

Billingham East

Evaline Cunningham and Mick Stoker, of the Labour Party, were elected.  

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Cunningham, EvalineLabour Party1,594 (elected)
Dale, Kenneth PeterConservative Party Candidate302
Rauf, Sajid Iqbal (commonly known as Saj Rauf)UK Independence Party (UKIP)600
Scott, David GeorgeConservative Party Candidate313
Stoker, Micheal Nicholas (commonly known as Mick Stoker)Labour Party1,393 (elected)
Stringer, David PryceThe Green Party218

 

The electorate consisted of 5,179 people. Turnout was 51.92%.

 

Billingham North

Christopher Daniel Barlow, Stephen William David Parry and Lauriane Teresa Povey, of the Labour Party, were elected.  

Name of candidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Apedaile, Jennifer LynneBillingham Independents Association1,060
Barlow, Christopher DanielLabour Party1,633 (elected)
Bullock, Jane MargaretConservative Party Candidate841
Leckonby, ColinBillingham Independents Association1,137
Maxwell, George Anthony (commonly known as Tony Maxwell)Conservative Party Candidate913
Parry, Stephen William DavidLabour Party1,390 (elected)
Peeke, MartinUK Independence Party (UKIP)964
Peeke, Oliver GarbuttUK Independence Party (UKIP)786
Povey, Lauriane TeresaLabour Party1,405 (elected)
Scott, Susan MariaConservative Party Candidate641
Simpson, Ronald John EdwinBillingham Independents Association822

 

The electorate consisted of 7,086 people. Turnout was 66.72%.

 

Billingham South

Elizabeth Jean O'Donnell and Mike Smith, of the Labour Party, were elected.  

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Apedaile, Maurice RobsonBillingham Independents Association251
Brooks-Lauder, Sarah LouiseUK Independence Party (UKIP)630
Entwisle, Sally AnnThe Conservative Party Candidate405
Entwisle, Sarah Alice ElizabethThe Conservative Party Candidate357
Lennox, Matthew Ashton (commonly known as Matt Lennox)UK Independence Party (UKIP)547
O'Donnell, Elizabeth JeanLabour Party1,358 (elected)
Simpson, JuneBillingham Independents Association217
Smith, Michael (commonly known as Mike Smith)Labour Party1,092 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 4,801 people. Turnout was 57.06%.

 

Billingham West

Helen Atkinson and Chris Clough, both independent candidates, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Atkinson, HelenIndependent955 (elected)
Bailey, ValerieConservative Party Candidate743
Boylett, Andrew Richard (commonly known as Andy Boylett)UK Independence Party (UKIP)413
Boylett, Mandy SusanUK Independence Party (UKIP)395
Clough, Christopher (commonly know as Chris Clough)Independent941 (elected)
Harding, Neil ThomasLabour Party842
Hatton, Andrew MarkConservative Party Candidate736
Smart, SheilaLabour Party692

 

The electorate consisted of 4,629 people. Turnout was 69.82%.

 

Bishopsgarth and Elm Tree

Julia May Cherrett, of the Liberal Democrats, and Lisa Jane Grainge, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Bright, Jacqueline Anne (commonly known as Jacky Bright)Conservative Party Candidate955
Cherrett, Julia MayLiberal Democrats1,205 (elected)
Grainge, Lisa JaneLabour Party1,405 (elected)
Johnson, Daniel James (commonly known as Dan Johnson)Labour Party1,197
Kennedy, ElliotLiberal Democrats1,085
Peeke-Patterson, Michael BrentConservative Party Candidate925

 

The electorate consisted of 5,124 people. Turnout was 70.76%.

 

Eaglescliffe

Philip Edward Dennis, Stefan Richard Houghton and Laura Tunney, of the Conservative Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Chatburn, Mark AnthonyUK Independence Party (UKIP)835
Cherrett, Michael Francis (commonly known as Mike Cherrett)Liberal Democrats1,222
Clarke, JamesLabour Party1,246
Collier, Thomas WilliamLiberal Democrats999
Dennis, Philip EdwardConservative Party Candidate1,963 (elected)
Houghton, Stefan RichardConservative Party Candidate2,482 (elected)
Lewis, LesleyLiberal Democrats1,176
Mankin, Geoffrey (commonly known as Geoff Mankin)Labour Party1,139
Rowlinson, Reginald commonly know as Reg RowlinsonLabour Party1,027
Tunney, LauraConservative Party Candidate2,531 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 8,216 people. Turnout was 75.17%.

 

Fairfield

Maurice Perry and Bill Woodhead, of the Conservative Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Baker, Gladys MayLiberal Democrats118
Braney, Edith MaryUK Independence Party (UKIP)489
Hall, Charlotte LouiseLabour Party999
Perry, MauriceConservative Party Candidate1,432 (elected)
Thomas, Graham MichaelLabour Party960
Webb, Edward Nicholas (commonly known as Nick Webb)Liberal Democrats114
Woodhead, William (commonly known as Bill Woodhead)Conservative Party Candidate1,704 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 4,649 people. Turnout was 72.62%.

 

Grangefield

Carol Clark and Michael Clark, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of Votes
Clark, CarolLabour Party 1,795 (elected)
Clark, MichaelLabour Party 1,663 (elected)
Cockerill, Aidan KennethUK Independence Party (UKIP) 459
Craggs, NatashaLiberal Democrats 143
Hebron, George AlanLiberal Democrats 115
Leng, Paul Selwyn (commonly known as Paul Leng)Conservative Party Candidate 1,221
Richardson, Stephen JohnConservative Party Candidate 1,297
Spayne, Michael Joseph (commonly known as Mick Spayne)UK Independence Party (UKIP) 416

 

The electorate consisted of 5,260 people. Turnout was 73.14%.

 

Hardwick and Salters Lane

Nigel Anthony Cooke and Norma Stephenson, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of Votes
Cooke, Nigel AnthonyLabour Party 1,546 (elected)
Crow, James Charles (commonly known as Jamie Crow)Conservative Party Candidate 355
Daniels, GlynisConservative Party Candidate 311
Leathley, John PaulUK Independence Party (UKIP) 671
Stephenson, NormaLabour Party 1,448 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 4,882 people. Turnout was 51.58%.

 

Hartburn

Lynn Elizabeth Hall and Matthew Alexander Vickers, of the Conservative Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of Votes
Coombs, Christopher (commonly known as Chris Coombs)Labour Party1,257 
Hall, Lynn ElizabethConservative Party Candidate2,309 (elected)
Maroof, Mohammed (commonly known as Mazi Maroof)Labour Party722
Peace, KennethLiberal Democrats224
Swales, Christopher Ian (commonly known as Chris Swales)Liberal Democrats172
Vickers, Matthew AlexanderConservative Party Candidate2,323 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 5,380 people. Turnout was 75.93%.

 

Ingleby Barwick East

Gillian Corr and Kevin Charles Faulks, of the Ingleby Barwick Independent Society, and Sally Ann Watson, of the Conservative Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of Votes
Corr, GillianIngleby Barwick Independent Society 1,643 (elected)
Dalby, Douglas Robert (commonly known as Doug Dalby)UK Independence Party (UKIP) 716
Faulks, Kevin CharlesIngleby Barwick Independent Society 1,639 (elected)
Houchen, Dennis (commonly known as Den Houchen)Conservative Party Candidate 1,563
McCabe, NeilIngleby Barwick Independent Society 1,487
McGovern, KellyConservative Party Candidate 1,507
Mullis, Mark TimothyThe Green Party 372
Nicholas, Kevin MarkLabour Party 1,060
Strike, Edward Albert (commonly know as Ted Strike)UK Independence Party (UKIP) 871
Watson, Sally AnnConservative Party Candidate 1,622 (elected)
Wood, Elizabeth Anne (commonly known as Liz Wood)Labour Party 989

 

The electorate consisted of 7,697 people. Turnout was 69.13%.

 

Ingleby Barwick West

Ken Dixon, David Craig Harrington and Ross Patterson, of the Ingleby Barwick Independent Society, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of Votes
Bourne, Gregory (commonly known as Greg Bourne)UK Independence Party (UKIP)706
Butler, John CharlesLabour Party1,219
Dixon, Kenneth (commonly known as Ken Dixon)Ingleby Barwick Independent Society2,665 (elected)
Harrington, David CraigIngleby Barwick Independent Society2,546 (elected)
McGovern, Elizabeth AnneConservative Party Candidate1,509
Morrison, Winifred (commonly known as Freda Morrison)Conservative Party Candidate1,321
Morrison, NeilConservative Party Candidate1,416
Patterson, RossIngleby Barwick Independent Society2,349 (elected)
Wright, Craig StephenLabour Party 782

 

The electorate consisted of 8,306 people. Turnout was 69.24%.

 

Mandale and Victoria

Sonia Maria Bailey, Paul Rowling and Tracey Leigh Stott, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of Votes
Bailey, Sonia MariaLabour Party1,661 (elected)
Hasling, Nicola JaneConservative Party Candidate444
Houchen, Susan Carolyne MargaretConservative Party Candidate392
Large, Christina Elsie (commonly known as Tina Large)Thornaby Independent Association1,032
Maxwell, Karina MarieThornaby Independent Association883
Rowling, PaulLabour Party1,431 (elected)
Stott, Tracey LeighLabour Party1,489 (elected)
Trowbridge, Mark StevenUK Independence Party (UKIP)312
Walmsley, Stephen Francis (commonly known as Steve Walmsley)Thornaby Independent Association1,084
Wright, Lawrence KennethConservative Party Candidate399

 

The electorate consisted of 7,650 people. Turnout was 53.4%.

 

Newtown

Paul William Baker and Rachael Clare Proud, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of Votes
Baker, Paul WilliamLabour Party1,568 (elected)
Bourne, ClaireUK Independence Party (UKIP)657
Hillman, LiamLibertarian Party90
Holdaway, JoanConservative Party Candidate481
Hornby, Michael RobertConservative Party Candidate303
Proud, Rachael ClareLabour Party1,208 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 4,957 people. Turnout was 48.7%.

 

Northern Parishes

John David Gardner, of the Conservative Party, was elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Campbell, Margaret Mary (commonly known as Maggie Campbell)UK Independence Party (UKIP) 285
Cunningham, AndrewLabour Party 573
Gardner, John DavidConservative Party Candidate 1,241 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 2,974 people. Turnout was 70.95%.

 

Norton North

Kathryn Fiona Nelson and Steve Nelson, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Cox, AlanUK Independence Party (UKIP)637
Gilliland, Eric PeterConservative Party Candidate519
Hampton, Anthony Stephen (commonly known as Tony Hampton)Conservative Party Candidate484
Nelson, Kathryn FionaLabour Party1,655 (elected)
Nelson, Steven I'Anson (commonly known as Steve Nelson)Labour Party1,498 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 4,910 people. Turnout was 57.78%.

 

Norton South

Bob Cook and Eileen Johnson, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Bowker, Stuart DavidUK Independence Party (UKIP)717
Cook, Robert (commonly known as Bob Cook)Labour Party1,634 (elected)
Davison, Christopher (commonly known as Chris Davison)Liberal Democrats153
Fletcher, JuneConservative Party Candidate440
Johnson, EileenLabour Party1,169 (elected)
Runnacles, Harry George KalenConservative Party Candidate362
Walters, Jane Francis (commonly known as Jean Walters)Liberal Democrats135

 

The electorate consisted of 4,643 people. Turnout was 59.11%.

 

Norton West

David Matthew Wilburn and Norma Margaret Wilburn, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Brooksbank, Jennifer (commonly known as Jenni Brooksbank)UK Independence Party (UKIP)591
Vickers, HilaryConservative Party Candidate1,336
Vickers, Marcus LennonConservative Party Candidate1,272
Wilburn, David MatthewLabour Party1,779 (elected)
Wilburn, Norma MargaretLabour Party1,635 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 5,152 people. Turnout was 72.52%.

 

Parkfield and Oxbridge

Mohammed Javed and David Rose, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Bright, Samuel JohnConservative Party Candidate950
Chahal, Sanjeev Ethan SinghThe Green Party285
Green, Jacqueline (commonly known Jackie Green)Conservative Party Candidate887
Javed, MohammedLabour Party1,501 (elected)
Noor, ShakeelIndependent419
O'Neill, Terence Andrew (commonly known as Terry O'Neill)Libertarian Party58
Rigg, Denis RaymondLiberal Democrats179
Rose, DavidLabour Party1,608 (elected)
Sexton, Kevin AndrewLiberal Democrats192

 

The electorate consisted of 5,341 people. Turnout was 62.14%.

 

Roseworth

Jim Beall and Barbara Inman, of the Labour Party, were elected.

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Baker, Nigel Joseph CraigUK Independence Party (UKIP)556
Beall, James (commonly known as Jim Beall)Labour Party1,615 (elected)
Inman, BarbaraLabour Party1,393 (elected)
Parkin, Gordon HowardUK Independence Party (UKIP)549
Smailes, MarieConservative Party Candidate404
Stephenson, DebraConservative Party Candidate276

 

The electorate consisted of 5,045 people. Turnout was 56.13%.

 

Stainsby Hill

Derrick Thomas Brown, of the Labour Party, and Sylvia May Walmsley, of the Thornaby Independent Association, were both elected. 

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Brown, Derrick ThomasLabour Party1,084 (elected)
Cooper, Lynne ElizabethThe Green Party121
Godwin, Raymond (commonly known as Ray Godwin)Thornaby Independent Association899
Harris, Andrew 135
Milburn, Catherine Anne (commonly known as Cath Milburn)Labour Party958
Perry, Laraine AnnConservative Party Candidate253
Walmsley, Sylvia MayThornaby Independent Association1,022 (elected)
Wardell, Richard Young (commonly known as Dick Wardell)Conservative Party Candidate288

 

The electorate consisted of 4,865 people. Turnout was 57.23%.

 

Stockton Town Centre

Di Hewitt and Paul Kirton, of the Labour Party, were elected. 

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Braney, Peter Barrie TempleUK Independence Party (UKIP)478
Daniels, Richard MorleyConservative Party Candidate261
Gardner, RubyConservative Party Candidate278
Hewitt, Dianne Elizabeth (commonly known as Di Hewitt)Labour Party1,274 (elected)
Kirton, PaulLabour Party1,344 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 4,351 people. Turnout was 48.46%.

 

Village

Ian John Dalgarno and Mick Moore, of the Thornaby Independent Association, were elected. 

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Bailey, Ian JamesLabour Party1,048
Chapman, John AnthonyConservative Party Candidate521
Dalgarno, Ian JohnThornaby Independent Association1,507 (elected)
Hasling, Robin DavidConservative Party Candidate444
Moore, Michael (commonly known as Mick Moore)Thornaby Independent Association1,399 (elected)
Robinson, BerylLabour Party877

 

The electorate consisted of 5,382 people. Turnout was 62.82%.

 

Western Parishes

Andrew Frederick Stephenson, of the Conservative Party, was elected. 

Name of CandidateDescriptionNumber of votes
Cunningham, JohnLabour Party432
Matthews, Stephen David (commonly known as Steve Matthews)UK Independence Party (UKIP)389
Stephenson, Andrew FrederickConservative Party Candidate969 (elected)
Wade, Michael John (commonly known as Mike Wade)Liberal Democrats111

 

The electorate consisted of 2,694 people. Turnout was 70.86%.

 

Yarm

Elsi Hampton, Ben Houchen and Julia Clare Whitehill, of the Conservative Party, were elected. 

Name of Candidate

DescriptionNumber of votes
Brown, Jennifer Anne (commonly known as Jennie Brown)Labour Party1,219
Chandler, Gail AndreaLabour Party1,027
Hampton, Elsie (commonly known as Elsi Hampton)Conservative Party Candidate2,275 (elected)
Hewitt, Philip NeillLabour Party890
Houchen, BenConservative Party Candidate2,629 (elected)
Neil, ChristopherYarm Independent Association1,591
Sherris, Andrew Bickers LiddellYarm Independent Association1,852
Simpson, MarjorieYarm Independent Association1,433
Whitehill, Julia ClareConservative Party Candidate2,227 (elected)

 

The electorate consisted of 7,552 people. Turnout was 75.19%.