New councillor elected for Vale ward

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A NEW district councillor has been elected for the ward of Fladbury in Wychavon.

The Conservative candidate Bradley Thomas was elected with 456 votes.

Clare Brown, for the Liberal Democrats, was second with 319 votes and Neil Whelan for UKIP was third with 234 votes.

The vote took place to find a replacement for the late Wychavon District councillor Tom McDonald, who sadly passed away on Tuesday, February 25 at St Richard’s Hospice, aged 79.

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7:11am Thu 29 May 14

Rita Jelfs says...

The Conservatives are holding on for now, but the barbarians are at the door. Conservatives need to adjust their mean-spirited, individualistic ideology if they wish to hold on till 2017, because the people are looking for a messiah (and a false one will do).
The Conservatives are holding on for now, but the barbarians are at the door. Conservatives need to adjust their mean-spirited, individualistic ideology if they wish to hold on till 2017, because the people are looking for a messiah (and a false one will do). Rita Jelfs
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1:08pm Thu 29 May 14

Anthony Green says...

Do some people really vote Lib Dem?
Do some people really vote Lib Dem? Anthony Green
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