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Summary of MK election results
A summary of MK’s election results on 4th May.

Candidates for Cornwall Council

St Ives Constituency Party

  • Breage, Germoe and Sithney (Mike Tresidder) – 347 votes
  • Crowan & Wendron (Loveday Jenkin) – 637 votes (elected)
  • Helston South (Alice Waddoups) – 109 votes
  • Penzance East (Rob Simmons) – 47 votes


Camborne & Redruth Constituency Party

  • Camborne Pendarves (John Ellery Gillingham) – 202 votes
  • Camborne Roskear (Linda Lemon) – 102 votes
  • Camborne Trelowarren (Zoe Fox) – 192 votes
  • Camborne Treslothan (Alan Sanders) – 104 votes
  • Four Lanes (Chris Lawrence) – 82 votes
  • Lanner & Stithians (Matt Blewett) – 73 votes


Truro & Falmouth Constituency Party

  • Falmouth Boslowick (Jenny Booth) – 45 votes


St Austell & Newquay Constituency Party

  • Bugle (Garry Tregidga) – 360 votes
  • Penwithick & Boscoppa (Matt Luke) – 397 votes (elected)
  • Roche (Brian Higman) – 369 votes
  • St Enoder (Dick Cole) – 1,090 votes (elected)
  • St Stephen (Jerry Jefferies) – 167 votes


South-East Cornwall Constituency Party

  • Callington (Andrew Long) – 636 votes elected
  • St Dominick, Harrowbarrow and Kelly Bray (Mark Smith) – 385 votes


Candidates for Town and Parish Councils

St Ives Constituency Party

  • Crowan Parish Council (Praze ward) - Loveday Jenkin (elected unopposed)
  • Penzance Town Council (East Ward) - Rob Simmons (elected unopposed)


Camborne & Redruth Constituency Party

  • Camborne Town Council (Pendarves Ward) - John Ellery Gillingham (elected unopposed)
  • Camborne Town Council (Roskear Ward) - Linda Lemon (elected unopposed)
  • Camborne Town Council (Trelowarren Ward) - Zoe Fox: 448 votes (elected)
  • Camborne Town Council (Treslothan Ward) - Jane Barclay: 293 votes (elected)
  • Camborne Town Council (Treslothan Ward) - Alan Sanders: 245 votes
  • Carn Brea Parish Council (Four Lanes Ward) - Chris Lawrence: 144 votes
  • St Day Parish Council - Roy Gill (elected unopposed)


Truro & Falmouth Constituency Party

  • Falmouth Town Council (Boslowick Ward) - Jenny Booth: 184 votes
  • Truro City Council (Boscawen Ward) - Conan Jenkin: 350 votes
  • Truro City Council (Redannick Ward) - Lance Dyer: 243 votes
  • Newlyn East Parish Council (Newlyn East Ward) - Rod Toms (elected unopposed)


St Austell & Newquay Constituency Party

  • Mevagissey Parish Council - Matt Facey: 515 votes (elected)
  • Roche Parish Council - Brian Higman (elected unopposed)
  • St Austell Town Council (Poltair Ward) - Julie Fox: 348 votes
  • St Enoder Parish Council - Dick Cole (elected unopposed)
  • St Goran Parish Council - Michael Bunney (elected unopposed)
  • St Mewan Parish Council (Polgooth & Sticker Ward) - David Holman (elected unopposed)
  • Treverbyn Parish Council (Boscoppa Ward) - Matt Luke (elected unopposed)


North Cornwall Constituency Party

  • Bodmin Town Council (St Petroc Ward) - John Gibbs: 312 votes (elected)


South-East Cornwall Constituency Party

  • Callington Town Council (Callington Ward) - Maria Coakley, Andrew Long & Mark Smith (elected unopposed)
  • Callington Town Council (Kelly Bray Ward) - Debbie Smith (elected unopposed)
  • Pillaton Parish Council - David Floyd (elected unopposed)
  • Saltash Town Council (East Ward) - Clare Ellison: 373 votes
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By Dick Cole. Published on 6th May 2017.

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