May 4, 2011
to local elections underway in Burnham-On-Sea
final countdown is underway for tomorrow's local elections when
voters in Burnham-On-Sea will head to polling stations to elect
parish and district councillors.
Residents will also be taking part in the UK referendum
on whether the current 'first past the post system' should be
replaced by the Alternative Vote system.
Voting stations open at 7am and close at 10pm on Thursday (May
5th). The results of the district and parish elections will be
announced on Friday afternoon and will be available here on
The local candidates standing in the Burnham area elections
Berrow (one councillor to be elected): Tony Gore (LibDem); Tony
Grimes (Con); Rob Kail-Dyke (Lab).
Burnham Central (three): Michael Clarke (Con); Dennis Davey (Con);
Phil Harvey (LibDem); Paul Herbert (Con); Kate Lawson (LibDem);
Tom Nicholls (LibDem).
Burnham North (three): Becki Bond (LibDem); Peter Laurence Burridge-Clayton
(Con); Neville Jones (Con); Angie Leach (LibDem); Bethan Rebecca
Lee (LibDem); Janty Marsden (Lab); Louise Parkin (Con); Ken Smout (Con).
Highbridge and Burnham Marine (three): Linda Elizabeth Davis
(Lab); Helen Dawn Tania Groves (LibDem); Ricky Hopkins (Lab);
Janet Anita Keen (Con); Roger Charles Keen (Con); Joe Leach (LibDem);
Mike Mansfield; Andy Merryfield (Lab); Alan Michael Miller (LibDem);
Chris Williams (Ind); John Charles Woodman (Con).
Huntspill and Pawlett (one): Jane Charlotte Moreton (Con); Billie
Knoll (two): Bob Filmer (Con); Sheila Rachel Forrester (Lab);
Andrew Gilling (Con); Bill Hancock (LibDem); Raymond Kenneth Leach
Wedmore and Mark (two): Diana Bayliss (Con); Richard Burden (Con);
Wayne Raymond Hahn (LibDem); Gay Hector (Lab); Stephen Mewes (LibDem).