Results 2011: Around the parishes

Find out who was elected to parish councils

The following were elected to the parish councils...

Colyton:Paul Arnott, 674, Ken Clifford, 819, Caroline Collier, 612, Bob Collier, 612, Robert Davis, 584, John Hay, 433, Mark Mann, 444, Colin Pady, 903, Andrew Parr, 823, Stephen Real, 448, Sheila Smith, 622, Rodney Turner, 550, and Howard West, 540.

Cotleigh: Martyn Broom, 75 votes, Michael Langford, 83, Valerie Penney, 62, Leonard Spiller, 63, and John Woollacott, 85.

Dunkeswell: John Barrow, 352, Donna Delamain, 257, Vanetta Keitch, 367, Andrew Luscombe, 353, Brendan Proctor, 294, Elizabeth Russell, 231, Philip Stevens, 450, Geoffrey Sworder, 332.


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Gittisham: Michael Fallows, 80, Russell Hayman, 84, Sara Trumper, 74, Margaret Walker, 80.

Kilmington: Christopher Bolton, 298, Michael Collier, 350, Simon Hodges, 319, Sally Huscroft, 310, Sidnie Newbery, 283, Robert Penzer, 181, Rachael Tattershall, 297, Benjamin Trott, 281, and David Vickers, 257.

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Luppitt: David Barlow, 115, Gavin Brake, 122, Katherine Crabb, 115, Derek Hooper, 121, Paul Prettejohn, 104, Brian Pulman, 140, Julia Sparks, 122 and Andrew Tucker, 150.

Membury: Deborah Burrough, 190, William Foster, 127, Sandra Little, 139, Kevin Pearse, 170, Philip Pearse, 131, Alexander Tasker, 151, Harry Tennant, 153, Diana Troake, 152, and Nicholas Yool, 195.

Offwell: Sarah Banks, 139, Michael Hounsome, 139, Sheila Patch, 103, Annmarie Richards, 79, John Seymour, 124, Alexander Small, 96, Sheila Stratton, 93, Annette Warne, 103, and Stephen Young, 96.

Shute and Whitford: Derek Loud, 201, William Marshall, 131, Carol Miltenburg, 134, Gail Nunan, 133, Philip Pearce, 143, Peter Rugg, 200, Richard Wood, 123.

Talaton: Janie Ainsley, 187, Rebecca Davies, 161, Christopher Harwood, 193, Geraldine Hawkins, 170, Barrie Kingdon, 185, Alexander Spry, 145, Michael Young, 163.

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