ELECTION 2022: Here's all the results and turnout figures from all 12 wards contested - The Worcester Observer
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ELECTION 2022: Here's all the results and turnout figures from all 12 wards contested

Rob George 6th May, 2022

ELECTIONS were held in 12 wards across Worcester, with 13 council seats up for grabs including two in Nunnery following the resignation of James Carver in February.

Here’s the results in full:

Battenhall – Green Party HOLD (as per 2018 elections) GAIN (following defection)

Tom Piotrowski – Green Party – 1,346 ELECTED

Peter Rodford – Conservative – 398

Pyers Symon – Liberal Democrats 36

Graham Taylor – Labour – 189

Turnout – 48.08 per cent 

Bedwardine – Conservative HOLD 

Joe Amos – Independent – 575

Katie Collier – Green Party – 213

Eloise Davies – Trade Union and Socialist Coalition – 16

Shafaz Ditta – Conservative – 841 ELECTED

John Ondreasz – Liberal Democrats – 155

Sue Smith – Labour – 818

Max Windsor-Peplow – Reform UK – 30

Turnout – 39.13 per cent 

Cathedral – Labour HOLD 

Raffi Ali – Conservative – 843

Jon Bodenham – Green Party – 320

Archie Harrison – Trade Union and Socialist Coalition – 48

Jabba Riaz – Labour  – 1,513 ELECTED

Jessie Venegas-Garcia – Liberal Democrats – 211

Turnout –

Claines – Liberal Democrat HOLD 

Mel Allcott – Liberal Democrats – 1,933 ELECTED

Steve Dent – Green Party – 134

Tom Henri – Labour – 153

Louie Lynch – Conservative – 534

Turnout – 42.77 per cent

Gorse Hill – Conservative HOLD 

Mohammed Altaf – Conservative – 535 ELECTED

Edward Kimberley – Labour – 364

Heather McNeillis – Green Party – 239

Alison Morgan – Liberal Democrats – 25

Turnout – 30.63 per cent 

Nunney – Labour HOLD and Labour GAIN 

Pat Agar – Labour – 1,156 ELECTED

Basharat Ali – Labour – 959 ELECTED

David Carney – Independent – 171

Mark Fenton – Liberal Democrats – 127

Barbara Mitra – Green Party – 302

Adele Rimell – Conservative – 728

Nicola Silvester – Green Party – 186

Tomasz Wisniewski – Conservative – 661

Turnout – 35.22 per cent 

Rainbow Hill  – Labour HOLD 

Parveen Akhtar – Conservative – 300

Zoe Cookson – Labour – 535 ELECTED

Simon Cottingham – Liberal Democrats – 57

Nick Weeks – Green Party – 135

Turnout – 25.34 per cent 

St John’s – Labour HOLD 

Mark Davies – Trade Union and Socialist Coalition – 29

Peter Jackson – Liberal Democrats – 91

Matt Lamb – Labour – 990 ELECTED

Laszlo Mesaros – Conservative  – 444

Tor Pingree – Green Party – 116

Turnout 26.69 per cent 

St Peter’s Parish – Green Party GAIN 

Steve Cockeram – Green Party  – 896 ELECTED

Chris Giles – Labour – 125

Paul Hickling – Reform UK – 29

Anja Potze – Conservative – 643

John Renshaw – Liberal Democrats – 312

Turnout – 44.84 per cent 

Warndon – Labour HOLD 

Sue Avery – Green Party – 84

Susan Carpenter – Liberal Democrats – 43

Jill Desayrah – Labour – 446 ELECTED

Chris Rimell – Conservative Party – 307

Turnout – 22.57 per cent 

Warndon Parish North – Conservative HOLD 

Emily Bond – Green Party – 94

Ian Craigan – Labour – 224

Stephen Hodgson – Conservative  – 571 ELECTED

Sarah Murray – Liberal Democrats – 516

Turnout – 35.05 per cent 

Warndon Parish South – Conservative HOLD 

Ruth Coates – Labour – 382

Andrew Cross – Green Party – 284

Andy Roberts – Conservative – 863 ELECTED

John Rudge – Liberal Democrats – 90

Turnout – 35.36 per cent 

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