Ward Results

Ward Electorate | Total Ballots | Total Valid Votes | Total Rejected
59985063504815

Candidate Breakdown

Brian Tyndall and Michael Murwill are the winners.

CandidateVotes
Brian Tyndall1194
Michael Murwill1115
Jonathan Bacon996
Gordon Kendall870
Roger Bartrum (Jnr)351
John Graney271
Hugh Street251

Brading, St Helens & Bembridge Candidates

Jonathan Bacon

Independent

I attended school on the Island and then studied law in London and Oxford. I became a Barrister in 1989. I subsequently worked for the Law Commission and became a lecturer teaching law courses and tra...

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Roger Bartrum (Jnr)

Green Party

I was born in Egerton Road, Bembridge in a time when home births were commonplace! Like many youngsters then and today, I left the island to seek employment and spent 27 years in the Royal Air Force. ...

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John Graney

Liberal Democrat

Who am I? I was born in Croydon and went to an old-fashioned grammar school until age 16. After trying a few jobs (and discovering that the catering industry is very hard work!) I got a job as an ai...

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Gordon Kendall

Independent

I have lived in Bembridge with my wife Janet for over 30 years. I am a retired County Council senior manager and my main areas of employment were internal management consultancy, performance manageme...

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Michael Murwill

Conservative Party

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Hugh Street

Labour Party

I was born and brought up in Nottinghamshire and come from a mining family. I didn’t have the benefit of a grand upbringing or education but I did work through a 6 year apprenticeship and throu...

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Brian Tyndall

Conservative Party

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