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Local elections: who can you vote for in Romford, Collier Row and Gidea Park?

PUBLISHED: 19:00 25 April 2014 | UPDATED: 10:08 15 May 2014

Following on from our coverage in today’s Recorder, we have collated the candidates that are running in the Romford, Collier Row and Gidea Park areas so that you know who you can vote for in the local elections on May 22.

Brooklands ward:

-Cllr Robert Benham (Conservative)

-Viddy Persaud (Con)

-Roger Westwood (Con)

-Neil Connelly (Ukip)

-Herbert Humphries (Ukip)

-Cllr Fred Osborne (Ukip)

-Sam Gould (Labour)

-Eamonn Mahon (Lab)

-Bert White (Lab)

-Karen Kruzycka (Liberal Democrat)

-Skye Sandhu-Nelson (Independent)

-Derek Smith (Residents’ Association)

Mawneys ward:

-Michael Agunbiade (Lab)

-Daniel Nichols (Lab)

-Robert Ritchie (Lab)

-Ralph Battershall (Ukip)

-Jason Frost (Con)

-Dilip Patel (Con)

-Cllr Linda Trew (Con)

-Stewart Mott (Lib)

Pettits ward:

-Trina Birch (Ukip)

-Cllr Ted Eden (Ukip)

-Alby Tebbutt (Ukip)

-Philippa Crowder (Con)

-Cllr Osman Dervish (Con)

-Cllr Robby Misir (Con)

-Umar Kankima (Lab)

-John McCole (Lab)

-Matthew Reid (Lab)

-Michael McCarthy (Lib)

-Denis Stevens (RA)

-Phil Wailing (RA)

-Ian Wilkes (RA)

Romford Town ward:

-Cllr Wendy Brice-Thompson (Con)

-Josh Chapman (Con)

-Victor Thompson (Con)

-Neil Brindley (Lab)

-Stephen Jaques (Lab)

-Michael Yore (Lab)

-Cllr Andrew Curtin (Ind)

-John Deeks (Lib)

-Mandy Haines (Green)

-Bradley Whitby (Ukip)

Next week we will focus on the Hornchurch, Emerson Park, Elm Park and Ardleigh Green areas.

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