Forthcoming byelections

Posted by David Boothroyd
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12 years ago / February 9, 2007

Your round-up of byelections for the next few weeks:

15 February

  • Brunshaw ward (Burnley Borough), caused by the death of Labour councillor Donald Hall. The successful candidate will serve until 2010.
  • Daneshouse with Stoneyholme ward (Burnley Borough as well), caused by the disqualification of Mozaquir Ali (Liberal Democrat) who had been convicted of election offences. This vacancy is for a term ending in 2008.
  • Warboys and Bury ward (Huntingdonshire District), a Liberal Democrat seat left vacant by the death of Jack Taylor. The term runs until 2008.

22 February

  • Castle division Cumbria County), held by the Liberal Democrats’ Geoff Hodgson until his death. This ward is in Carlisle, and the winner serves until 2009.

1 March

  • Pilgrims Hatch ward (Brentwood Borough), caused by the resignation of Conservative councillor Sandra Roberts due to family circumstances. The successful candidate will serve until 2008. This is a three seat ward and the other two councillors are Liberal Democrats.

8 March

  • Speke-Garston ward (Liverpool City Council), caused by the resignation of Danny Hughes (Liberal Democrat). The winner serves until May 2008.
  • Long Buckby division (Northamptonshire County Council) where Richard Amos (Conservative) died in November. The winner serves until 2009.

22 March

  • Claygate ward (Elmbridge Borough) caused by the death of Hugh Ashton, leader of the Liberal Democrat group. The winner has his seat until 2008.