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Local Elections: Candidate list for Harold Wood, Cranham, Upminster, South Hornchurch and Rainham

PUBLISHED: 16:45 15 May 2014 | UPDATED: 16:52 15 May 2014

These are the people you can vote for if you live in the Harold Wood, Upminster, Cranham, Rainham or South Hornchurch wards.

Harold Wood ward:

Albert Coles (Liberal Democrat)

Ian Sanderson (Lib Dem)

David Williams (Lib Dem)

Alexander Donald (Residents’ Association)

Cllr Brian Eagling (RA)

Darren Wise (RA)

Michael Hitchin (Labour)

Siobhan McGeary (Lab)

Bakary Singhateh (Lab)

Cllr Lesley Kelly (Conservative)

Cllr Pam Light (Con)

Bob Perry (Con)

Chris Rice (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition)

John Thurtle (Ukip)

Upminster ward:

Malvin Brown (Ukip)

Bruce Carter (Lib Dem)

Melanie Collins (Green Party)

Julia Darvill (Lab)

Kate Darvill (Lab)

Rose Reehill (Lab)

Poh Foong (Con)

Donna Gibson (Con)

Dan Weedon (Con)

Cllr Linda Hawthorn (RA)

Cllr Ron Ower (RA)

Cllr Linda Van Den Hende (RA)

Cranham ward:

Cllr June Alexander (RA)

Cllr Clarence Barrett (RA)

Cllr Gillian Ford (RA)

Peter Caton (Green)

Patrick Chalk (Lab)

Lisa Hitchin (Lab)

John McKernan (Lab)

Mark O’Neill (Ukip)

Pamela Freer (Con)

South Hornchurch ward:

Pervez Badruddin (Lab)

Pat Brown (Lab)

Christopher Freeman (Lab)

Warren Camilleri (Con)

Pat Clark (Con)

Tammey Farquhar (Con)

Cllr Michael Deon-Burton (Independent Residents’ Group)

Mark Logan (IRG)

Graham Williamson (IRG)

Phil Martin (Ukip)

Kuan Phillips (Green)

Rainham and Wennington ward:

Ruth Camilleri (Con

Stuart Farquhar (Con)

Bernadette Oddy (Con)

Pamela Coles (Lib Dem)

David Durant (Independent Residents’ Group)

Keith Roberts (IRG)

Cllr Jeffrey Tucker (IRG)

Martin Earley (Lab)

Tony Ellis (Lab)

Alan Vickers (Lab)

Maria Paterlini-Phillips (Green)

Michael Smith (Ukip)

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