Thornton Heath (ward)

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Thornton Heath
ward
for Croydon Council
Croydon Thornton Heath Ward.svg
Boundary of Thornton Heath in Croydon from 2018.
County Greater London
Current ward
Created1964 (1964)
CouncillorPat Clouder (Labour)
CouncillorKaren Jewitt (Labour)
CouncillorCallton Young (Labour)
Number of councillorsThree
Overlaps
UK Parliament constituency Croydon North

Thornton Heath is a ward in the London Borough of Croydon. [1] [2] The ward covers part of the Thornton Heath Area. The first election is May 3, 2018.[ citation needed ]

Ward Results

Croydon Council Election 2018: Thornton Heath (3)
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Labour Co-op Pat Clouder 2,991 25.61
Labour Co-op Karen Jewitt 2,722 23.31
Labour Co-op Callton Young 2,458 21.05
Conservative Peter Anike6705.74
Conservative Aaliyah Brown5744.92
Conservative Shantelle Francis5704.88
Green Kirsty Bluck3743.20
Green Mark Lord3543.03
Liberal Democrats Michael Hunter2712.32
Green Matt Wilcock1911.64
Liberal Democrats Jean Pierre Ivanov1821.56
Liberal Democrats Martin Hammond1771.52
Duma Polska=Polish PrideMalgorzata Roznerska1441.23
Majority1,78815.31
Turnout
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing

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References

  1. "Final recommendations on the new electoral arrangements for Croydon Borough of Croydon" (PDF). Retrieved 10 April 2018.
  2. legislation.gov.uk -The London Borough of Croydon (Electoral Changes) Order 2017. Retrieved on 10 April 2018.