Norfolk County Council elections Clavering candidates (L R): Chris Brown Liberal Democrates, Margaret Stone Conservatives and Nicola Fowler Labour Party.
Pictures: courtesy of Liberal Democrates, Norfolk louis vuitton alma tumblr Conservatives, Labour Party There were plenty of shocks the last time all 84 divisions at Norfolk County Council were up louis vuitton shoes aaa for election but none of them were in South Norfolk. Costessey's Lib Dem incumbent Tim East saw off the threat of second placed UKIP with a majority of just under louis vuitton shoes size 7 500 in2013 and will be keen louis vuitton bags gumtree not to give up the seat he first won 20 years ago. Tory candidate Andrew Wiltshire, a former city councillor and ex political assistant to the Conservative group at County Hall is one of his challengers, but UKIP do not have a candidate in the division this time round. Conservative Alison Thomas, the deputy leader of the county council, will be looking to retain Long Stratton, while Martin Wilby, chairman of the council's environment, development and transport committee, had a comfortable looking majority of more than 1,000 in East Depwade four years ago. MORE: Which candidates are standing in the and who should you vote for? Wymondham Conservative Joe Mooney was given a run for his money in 2013, when independent Andy Gardiner came within 190 votes of victory. Diss and Roydon candidates (L R): Chris Davison Labour Party, Keith Kiddie Conservatives and Tracy Scoggins Liberal Democrats. Not pictured: David Milton (Diss). Pictures: courtesy of Labour Party, Norfolk Conservatives, Liberal Deoicrats But Mr Gardiner is not standing this time, with just Lib Dem Julian Halls and Labour's Doug Underwood, a former Lord Mayor of Norwich, as his opponents. New faces are guaranteed in three South Norfolk divisions. Conservative trio Jennifer Chamberlin (Diss and Roydon), Roger Smith, chairman of County Hall's children's services committee (Henstead) and Judith Virgo (Humbleyard) are not seeking re election. The three Conservative candidates looking to step into their shoes Keith Kiddie, Vic Thomson and David Bills are all South Norfolk Council councillors. Voters in the West Depwade division will need to pay extra attention to their ballot papers to make sure they put the cross in the right box. East Depwade candidates (L R): James Eddy Labour Party, Martin Wilby Conservatives and Sue Kuzmic Liberal Democrats, Pictures: courtesy of Labour Party, Norfolk Conservatives, Liberal Democrats There are two Spratts standing. Conservative Beverley, the current county councillor and Lib Dem Ian. The current political make up of Norfolk County Council is 42 Conservative, 14 Labour, 11 UKIP and independent, 10 Liberal Democrat, three Green, three non aligned and one vacancy. Forehoe candiates (L R): Bob McClenning Liberal Democrats, Colin Foulger Conservatives and Steve Sewell Labour Party. Pictures: courtesy of Liberal Democrats, Norfolk Conservatives, Labour Party These are the candidates from the South Norfolk area who are standing in the .
An asterisk () next to a candidate's name denotes that they are the sitting councillor. Henstead candidates (L R): Mattt Hammond Liberal Democrats, Thomas Fowler Labour Party and Vic Thomson Conservatives. Pictures: courtesy of Liberal Democrats, Labour Party, Norfolk Conservatives.
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