Ward Results

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

Candidate Breakdown

Andrew Garratt wins for Liberal Democrat.

Andrew Garratt404
Richard Hollis272
Simon Haytack78

Parkhurst Candidates

Andrew Garratt

Liberal Democrat

I grew up on the Island, going to school in Lake and Sandown. On my mother's side my Island roots go back many generations. I became aware of liberal politics in the days when Steve Ross was our ...

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Simon Haytack

Labour Party

I have lived on the Island for the past 16 years and have worked in Newport for 11 years in the retail and hospitality sector. I was born in Northamptonshire, before moving to the island in 2001. I st...

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Richard Hollis

Conservative Party

Candidate has yet to submit details to onthewight.com. Please check back soon.

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Ward Map

Map of Parkhurst

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