Ward Results

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

Candidate Breakdown

Adrian Axford wins for Conservative Party.

Adrian Axford444
Phil Jordan178
Julian Critchley154
Ewald Widiner138
Stephen Courtney64

Ryde North West Candidates

Adrian Axford

Conservative Party

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Stephen Courtney

Liberal Democrat

A long-term Island resident, now living in Ryde. My work in IT has given me opportunities to become involved with healthcare, the education system and many local businesses. I grew up on the Island,...

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Julian Critchley

Labour Party

I live in Queens Road, in the Ryde North West ward. I'm a married father of three daughters, who attend Ryde Academy. After university, I started my career in accountancy working in Southampt...

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Phil Jordan


Having first visited the Island in 1958, I finally settled here in 2001 when I met my wife Diane. In between times, I have worked across and around the country, travelled around the world and lived i...

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Ewald Widiner

Green Party

 Clean Air, clean water and clean food, helping ones fellow citizens are the most conservative and pressures common goods one can offer in life and therefore I can only belong to the Green caus...

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Map of Ryde North West

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