Ward Results

Ward Electorate | Total Ballots | Total Valid Votes | Total Rejected
2660111211122

Candidate Breakdown

John Kilpatrick wins for Conservative Party.

CandidateVotes
John Kilpatrick390
Ivor Warlow388
Jacqueline Cook152
John Glazebrook88
Christopher Cory62
Linda Pitcher32

Binstead & Fishbourne Candidates

Jacqueline Cook

Green Party

I chose to stand in the election as a direct result of cuts to public services, in particular the Children’s Centre's. I had to stand up and say enough is enough! I will be standing up for ...

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Christopher Cory

Liberal Democrat

I came to the Island just over two and a half years ago and now live close by in Wootton. I was a Borough Councillor in Hertfordshire for 4 years, so I have experience of the workings of local govern...

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John Glazebrook

Labour Party

My first job was at 16 in a steel works in Derby in 1976. I then served 22 years in the Royal Navy which included a skirmish in the Falklands aboard HMS Glamorgan, work with NATO ships. I completed my...

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John Kilpatrick

Conservative Party

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Linda Pitcher

UKIP

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Ivor Warlow

Independent

I have lived with my wife Mary in Binstead and Fishbourne for over 40 years and am an Islander born and bred. It has been a privilege to represent the ward over the last 6 years at Isle of Wight Counc...

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Map of Binstead & Fishbourne

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