Ward Results

Ward Electorate | Total Ballots | Total Valid Votes | Total Rejected

Candidate Breakdown

Clare Mosdell wins for Conservative Party.

Clare Mosdell733
Ali Hayden222
Iain Maclennan169
Joshua Pointing119
Sandy Belfitt58

Arreton & Newchurch Candidates

Sandy Belfitt

Liberal Democrat

I was a member of Her Majesty's Diplomatic Service for 15 years until an accident forced me to take voluntary redundancy and I settled on the island on a permanent basis. I have always voted Libe...

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Ali Hayden


I am Ali Hayden and I am standing as a candidate in Arreton and Newchurch Ward. I have been a Parish Councillor in Arreton since being elected in May 2013. Born in Sandown I care passionately about t...

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Iain Maclennan

Labour Party

I live in the old railway station at Alverstone, which my wife and I are restoring to how it looked in the final years before closure of the line in 1956. Before moving to the Isle of Wight in 2013 I ...

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Clare Mosdell

Conservative Party

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Joshua Pointing

Green Party

I'm an English tutor and lifelong Islander, and was lucky enough to enjoy a safe, happy childhood in Cowes thanks to my parents' tireless work running their small business. Since then I ...

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Ward Map

Map of Arreton & Newchurch

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