Looking Ahead to East Devon Local Elections in May 2011

We’re a few days away from the 2010 General Election and unfortunately the Tory MP Hugo Swire is predicted to get in again here in East Devon BUT we must not despair, as this is only the beginning for our East Devon Green Party which was founded just a few months ago in January 2010.

We need to look ahead to the local elections and start planning our campaign NOW! Greens have got onto local councils all over the country and with the momentum of our General Election campaign to spur us on – now is the time to think about how YOU can be a Green voice in your local community and really make a difference.

Here are the wards and the current district councillors below. The Council consists of 59 Councillors who represent 32 electoral wards. There are 59 seats of which one is vacant in Seaton. Out of the 58 seats filled, there is a disproportionate amount of men – 44 in total and only 15 women in these positions of local power! 43 councillors are Conservative, 10 Liberal Democrat and 5 are Independent. No Greens as yet…..but watch this space!

Please click here to look up your local ward and add a comment to the bottom if you would consider standing as a Green candidate for your local ward. You will receive the full support of the East Devon Green Party.

Ward Councillor Name Political Party
A
Axminster Rural Ward John Jeffery Conservatives
Axminster Town Ward Andrew Moulding Conservatives
Axminster Town Ward Douglas Hull Liberal Democrats
B
Beer And Branscombe Ward Mike Green Independent
Broadclyst Ward Peter Bowden Conservatives
Broadclyst Ward Derek Button Liberal Democrats
Budleigh Ward Malcolm Florey Conservative
Budleigh Ward Steve Hall Conservative
Budleigh Ward Ray Franklin Conservatives
C
Clyst Valley Ward Bob Peachey Conservatives
Coly Valley Ward Helen Parr Conservative
Coly Valley Ward Graham Godbeer Conservatives
D
Dunkeswell Ward Bob Buxton Conservatives
E
Exe Valley Ward Stuart Luxton Conservatives
Exmouth Brixington Ward David Chapman Conservative
Exmouth Brixington Ward Darryl Nicholas Conservative
Exmouth Brixington Ward Trevor Cope Liberal Democrats
Exmouth Halsdon Ward Jill Elson Conservatives
Exmouth Halsdon Ward Pauline Stott Conservatives
Exmouth Halsdon Ward Vivien Duval-Steer Conservatives
Exmouth Littleham Ward John Humphreys Conservatives
Exmouth Littleham Ward Mark Williamson Conservatives
Exmouth Littleham Ward Tim Wood Conservatives
Exmouth Town Ward May Hardy Liberal Democrats
Exmouth Town Ward Pat Graham Liberal Democrats
Exmouth Town Ward Eileen Wragg Liberal Democrats
Exmouth Withycombe Raleigh Ward Geoffrey Chamberlain Liberal Democrats
Exmouth Withycombe Raleigh Ward Stephen Wragg Liberal Democrats
Exmouth Withycombe Raleigh Ward Brenda Taylor Liberal Democrats
F
Feniton And Buckerell Ward Graham Brown Conservatives
H
Honiton St Michaels Ward Barry Nicholson Conservatives
Honiton St Michaels Ward Roger Boote Conservatives
Honiton St Michaels Ward Marion Olive Liberal Democrats
Honiton St Pauls Ward Peter Halse Conservatives
Honiton St Pauls Ward Vivienne Ash Independent
N
Newbridges Ward Iain Chubb Conservatives
Newton Pop. & Harpford Ward Ken Potter Conservatives
O
Otterhead Ward David Key Conservatives
Ottery St Mary Rural Ward Sara Randall Johnson Conservatives
Ottery St Mary Rural Ward Raymond Bloxham Conservatives
Ottery St Mary Town Ward David Cox Conservatives
Ottery St Mary Town Ward Roger Giles Independent
R
Raleigh Ward Ann Liverton Conservatives
S
Seaton Ward Stephanie Jones Conservatives
Seaton Ward Jim Knight Conservatives
Sidmouth Rural Ward Tony Reed Conservatives
Sidmouth Sidford Ward Christine Drew Conservatives
Sidmouth Sidford Ward Stuart Hughes Conservatives
Sidmouth Sidford Ward Graham Troman Conservatives
Sidmouth Town Ward Graham Liverton Conservatives
Sidmouth Town Ward Frances Newth Conservatives
Sidmouth Town Ward Christopher Gibbings Conservatives
T
Tale Vale Ward Philip Skinner Conservatives
Trinity Ward Ian Thomas Conservatives
W
Whimple Ward Andrew Dinnis Conservatives
Woodbury and Lympstone Ward David Atkins Independent
Woodbury and Lympstone Ward Ben Ingham Independent
Y
Yarty Ward Paul Diviani Conservatives

3 Replies to “Looking Ahead to East Devon Local Elections in May 2011”

  1. A vote for Green is still a positive choice because it demonstrates the growing desire for genuine change. You are doing brilliantly having started such a short time ago. Well done

  2. Thanks Corinne, I couldn’t agree more. Hope the campaign is going well for you in Newton Abbot. Are you considering standing in your local elections next May?

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