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Havering election: Who won in your ward? See the full list of last night’s winners and losers

PUBLISHED: 13:22 04 May 2018 | UPDATED: 13:22 04 May 2018

The results being announced  at the Havering Council election count at Hornchurch Leisure Centre on Thursday, May 4. Photo: Ken Mears

The results being announced at the Havering Council election count at Hornchurch Leisure Centre on Thursday, May 4. Photo: Ken Mears

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The voters of Havering have spoken and here is your full list of the winners and losers in each ward from last night’s council election.

Turnout across the borough was 37pc, down from 43pc back in 2014.

The Conservative group gained three seats to take their tally to 25, but still fell short of a majority that would have allowed them to assume overall control of the 54-seat council chamber.

Labour also had a decent night, gaining three seats to take its number of sitting councillors from two to five.

Here is the list of results in full – the three candidates who won the highest share of the vote are now sitting councillors.

Congrats to all who stood and well done to all those who voted.

Brooklands – turnout of 32.51pc

Robert Benham – Conservative – 2,342

Viddy Persaud – Conservative – 2,138

Timothy Ryan – Conservative – 2,146

Angelina Leatherbarrow – Labour – 1,592

Robert Ritchie – Labour – 1,377

Taimaz Ranjbaran – Labour – 1,335

Josephine Longhurst – Green Party – 344

Stephen Kimber – UKIP – 290

Peter Davies – Lib Dem – 240

Cranham – turnout of 43.09pc

Gillian Ford – Upminster and Cranham Residents Association – 2,932

Clarence Barrett – Upminster and Cranham Residents Association – 2,817

John Tyler – Upminster and Cranham Residents Association – 2,502

Paul Connew – Conservative – 974

Henry Frost – Conservative – 769

Poh Foong – Conservative – 593

Kate Darvill – Labour – 475

John McKernan – Labour – 415

Peter Caton – Green Party – 325

John Millard – Labour – 287

Helen Johnson – UKIP – 274

Elm Park – turnout of 37.52pc

Barry Mugglestone – Hornchurch Residents Association – 2,160

Stephanie Nunn – Hornchurch Residents Association – 2,079

Sally Miller – Hornchurch Residents Association – 2,012

Simon Darvill – Labour – 776

Alfie Cooper – Conservative – 756

Carol Palmer – Labour – 732

Barry Oddy – Conservative – 648

Umair Saeed – Labour – 604

Rebecca Oddy – Conservative – 549

Philip Martin – UKIP – 281

Gerald Haines – Green Party – 149

Shane Forster – Lib Dems – 78

Emerson Park – turnout of 41.18pc

Roger Ramsey – Conservative – 1,857

Robert Parry – Conservative – 1,790

Matthew Sutton – Conservative – 1,495

Laurance Garrard – Havering Residents Association Emerson Park – 1,491

David Godwin – Havering Residents Association Emerson Park – 1,434

John Stone – Havering Residents Association Emerson Park – 1,393

Anil Gupta – Labour – 570

Susan Bearman – Labour –553

Edwyn Mayhew – Labour – 448

David Johnson – UKIP – 269

Ian Pirie – Green Party – 187

Graham Potter – Lib Dems – 89

Gooshays – turnout of 26.6pc

Carole Beth – Labour – 1,100

Paul McGeary – Labour – 973

Jan Sargent – Harold Hill Independent Party – 956

Sam Brown – Harold Hill Independent Party – 915

Adam Curtis – Labour – 910

Lorraine Moss – Harold Hill Independent Party – 839

Gregory Samuel – Conservative – 693

Joseph Webster – Conservative – 619

Dominic Swan – Conservative – 592

Ben Buckland – UKIP – 479

Lawrence Webb – UKIP – 383

Patricia Rumble – UKIP – 382

Isabelle Alexander – Harold Wood Hill Park Residents Association – 197

Katie Morant – Green Party – 173

Lucia Wise – Harold Wood Hill Park Residents Association – 160

Irene Eagling – Harold Wood Hill Park Residents Association – 147

John Porter – Lib Dems – 99

Kevin Layzell – National Front – 50

Hacton – turnout of 40.93pc

Ray Morgon – Hornchurch Residents Association – 2,653

Louis Dodin – Hornchurch Residents Association – 2,483

Reg Whitney – Hornchurch Residents Association – 2,286

Carol Perry – Conservative – 807

Patricia Clark – Conservative – 781

Mazim Nwafor – Conservative – 630

Michael Davis – Labour – 567

Sinead Earley – Labour – 533

Susan Jiggens – Labour – 522

Jeffrey Long – UKIP – 289

David Beesley – Green Party – 200

Andrew Willmer – Lib Dems – 102

Harold Wood – turnout of 36.93pc

Brian Eagling – Harold Wood Park Residents Association – 2,804

Martin Goode – Harold Wood Park Residents Association – 2,668

Darren Wise – Harold Wood Park Residents Association – 2,566

Christine McGeary – Labour – 651

Patrick Murray – Labour – 607

Michail Koufalitakis – Conservative – 539

Frederick Thompson – Conservative – 530

Desmond Withrington – Labour – 522

Ashok Kumar – Conservative – 448

Paul Thurtle – UKIP – 252

Jonathan Coles – Lib Dems – 182

Havering Park – turnout of 32.1pc

Raymond Best – Conservative – 2,088

John Crowder – Conservative – 2,001

Christine Vickery – Conservative – 1,865

David Dawson – Labour – 820

Carol Singh – Labour – 687

Birendra Singh – Labour – 678

David Rumble – UKIP – 370

Andrew Longhurst – Green Party – 356

Peter Hobday – Lib Dem – 190

Heaton – turnout of 30.18pc

Keith Darvill – Labour – 1,109

Denis O’Flynn – Labour – 1,063

Ramota Lawal – Labour – 1,050

Wendy Brice-Thompson – Conservative – 904

Christopher Cooper – Harold Hill Independent Party – 843

Keith Wells – Conservative – 829

Garry Pain – Conservative – 723

Philip Hyde – Harold Hill Independent Party – 673

Ian De Wulverton – UKIP – 557

Brian Parker – UKIP – 367

John Thurtle – UKIP – 296

John Deeks – Lib Dems –105

Hylands – turnout of 42.34pc

Andromahi Themistocli – Conservative – 2,539

Christine Smith – Conservative – 2,527

Ciaran White – Conservative – 2,425

Derek Ganly – Hornchurch Residents Association – 1,215

David Malillos-Cabezas – Hornchurch Residents Association – 1,138

Jody Ganly – Hornchurch Residents Association – 1,121

Neil Brindley – Labour – 667

Robert Tomlinson – Labour – 631

Mohammed Quamrul Hassan – Labour – 602

Amanda Haines – Green Party – 203

Susan Brewington – Lib Dems – 91

Mawneys – turnout of 36.9pc

Jason Frost – Conservative – 2,446

Dilip Patel – Conservative – 2,276

Carol Smith – Conservative – 2,227

Linda Trew – Havering Residents Association – 631

Ian James – Labour – 623

Daniel Nichols – Labour – 593

Raymond Shaw – Labour – 505

Graham Trew – Havering Residents Association – 492

Stewart Mott – Liberal Democrat – 145

Pettits – turnout of 38.56pc

Philippa Crowder – Conservative – 2,143

Osman Dervish – Conservative – 1,933

Robby Misir – Conservative – 1,893

Denis Stevens – Pettits Residents Association – 1,461

John Clarke – Pettits Residents Association – 1,215

Samantha Lammin – Pettits Residents Association – 1,185

Peter Wheelband – Labour – 630

Christopher Purnell – Labour – 577

Michael Wood – Labour – 521

David Colin Bower – Lib Dems – 191

Rainham and Wennington – turnout of 35.15pc

Jeffrey Tucker – Rainham & Wennington Independent Residents Group – 1387

David Durant – Rainham & Wennington Independent Residents Group – 1,011

Tony Durdin – Rainham & Wennington Independent Residents Group – 981

Sue Ospreay – Independent – 913

Fay Hough – Labour – 907

Kim Arrowsmith – Labour – 841

Christopher Freeman – Labour – 753

Keith Roberts –Independent – 710

Jacqueline McArdle – Independent – 653

John Clark – Conservative – 557

Billy Kensit – Conservative – 357

Julian Clark – UKIP – 351

Eileen Rosindell – Conservative – 332

Azzees Dee Minott – Green Party – 191

Romford Town – turnout of 36.06pc

Joshua Chapman – Conservative – 2,617

Judith Holt – Conservative – 2,462

Nisha Patel – Conservative – 2,102

Neil Cassidy – Labour – 1,478

Emma Hamblett – Labour – 1,443

Michael Yore – Labour – 1,288

David Hughes – Green Party – 422

Kerrie Sait – Lib Dems – 345

Thomas Clarke – Lib Dems – 344

Tyrone Patten–Walsh – UKIP – 344

Ian Sanderson – Lib Dems – 323

Saint Andrews – turnout of 39.43

Paul Middleton – Hornchurch Residents Association – 1,738

Gerald O’Sullivan – Hornchurch Residents Association – 1,705

John Mylod – Conservative – 1,626

Bryan Vincent – Hornchurch Residents Association – 1,601

Christopher Sutton – Conservative – 1,491

Richard Rimkus – Conservative – 1,438

Janet Davis – Labour – 709

Jeffery Stafford – Labour – 576

Keith Taffs – Labour – 546

Malvin Brown – UKIP – 369

Danuta Gorzynska-Hart – Green Party – 248

Denise Underwood – BNP – 123

David Williams – Lib Dems – 119

South Hornchurch – turnout of 32.43pc

Natasha Summers – Independent Residents Group – 1,326

Michael Deon-Burton – Independent – 1,312

Graham Williamson – Independent Residents Group – 1,286

Patricia Brown – Labour – 1,043

Trevor McKeever – Labour – 1,019

Nicholas West – Labour – 939

Philip Bowen – Independent Residents Group – 811

Georgie Brind – Conservative – 634

Grant Rose – Conservative – 561

Tammy Farquhar – Conservative – 422

Jane Fellowes – UKIP – 315

Mohammad Shahrar Ali – Green Party – 165

Squirrels Heath – turnout of 35.27pc

Melvin Wallace – Conservative – 2,507

Michael White – Conservative – 2,409

Damian White – Conservative – 2,392

Joseph MacVeigh – Labour – 801

Sophia Mousoulides – Labour – 793

John McCole – Labour – 751

Victoria Wiseman – Green Party – 519

Madge Mulliner – Lib Dems – 337

Upminster – turnout of 45.57pc

Linda Hawthorn – Upminster and Cranham Residents Association – 3,142

Ron Ower – Upminster and Cranham Residents Association – 3,109

Christopher Wilkins – Upminster and Cranham Residents Association – 2,908

Susan Connew – Conservative – 1,147

Danny Weedon – Conservative – 776

Anastasia Ravenall – Conservative – 743

Julia Darvill – Labour – 517

Patrick Chalk – Labour – 459

John Sullivan – Labour – 418

Melanie Collins – Green Party – 358

Bruce Carter – Lib Dems – 148

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