Altrincham (ward)

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Altrincham
Altrincham (Trafford Council Ward).png
Altrincham within Trafford
Population 11,873 [1]
Metropolitan borough
Metropolitan county
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
EU Parliament North West
UK Parliament
Councillors
  • Daniel Jerrome (Green)
  • Michael Young (Conservative)
  • Geraldine Coggins (Green)
List of places
UK
England

Altrincham is an electoral ward of Trafford covering the Town Centre and inner areas of Altrincham, Greater Manchester.

Councillors

Election Councillor Councillor Councillor
2004 Susan Fildes (Con) Stephen Ogden (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
2006 Susan Fildes (Con) Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
2007 Susan Fildes (Con) Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
2008 Susan Williams, née Fildes (Con) Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
2010 Susan Williams (Con) Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
2011 Matt Colledge (Con) Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
2012 Matt Colledge (Con)[5] Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
2014 Matthew Sephton (Con) Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
2015 Matthew Sephton (Con) Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
2016 Matthew Sephton (Con) Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
June 2017 Matthew Sephton (Ind)[6] Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)[7]
January 2018 Seat left vacant[8] Michael Young (Con) Alex Williams (Con)
May 2018 Daniel Jerrome (Green) Michael Young (Con) Geraldine Coggins (Green)

     indicates seat up for re-election.      indicates the councillor became an independent councillor.      indicates seat up for election following resignation of sitting councillor.

Elections in 2010s

May 2019

Candidates so far declared:

Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2 May 2019: Altrincham
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Green Michael Welton

[9]

May 2018

Alex Williams, elected in 2016, resigned from his seat, creating a second vacancy.[7]

Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2018 (2)[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Green Daniel Jerrome 1,944 45.3 Increase21.6
Green Geraldine Coggins 1,621
Conservative Constantine Biller 1,386 32.3 Decrease14.4
Conservative Angela Stone 1,342
Labour Stephane Savary 846 19.7 Decrease3.6
Labour Barry Winstanley 655
Liberal Democrat Julian Newgrosh 118 2.6 Decrease3.6
Liberal Democrat David Martin 93
Majority 558 13.0 N/A
Registered electors 8,892
Turnout 46.5 Increase7.7
Green gain from Conservative Swing Increase18.0
Green gain from Conservative Swing

May 2016

Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2016
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Alexander Williams* 1,533 46.7 Decrease6.8
Green Daniel Jerrome 777 23.7 Increase11.7
Labour Amy Whyte 763 23.3 Decrease0.7
Liberal Democrat Julian Newgrosh 207 6.3 Decrease4.3
Majority 756 23.0 Decrease6.5
Turnout 38.8 Decrease28.0
Conservative hold Swing Decrease9.3

May 2015

Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2015
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Michael Young* 3,102 53.5 Increase4.7
Labour Waseem Hassan 1,390 24.0 Decrease2.5
Green Daniel Jerome 694 12.0 Decrease2.4
Liberal Democrat Richard Elliott 612 10.6 Increase0.2
Majority 1,712 29.5 Increase7.2
Turnout 66.8 Increase30.1
Conservative hold Swing Increase3.6

May 2014

Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2014 (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Matthew Sephton 1,515 48.8 Decrease2.5
Conservative Michael Young* 1,371
Labour Aidan Williams 823 26.5 Decrease6.6
Labour Waseem Hassan 584
Green Nick Davies 447 14.4 Increase5.5
Green Caroline Robertson-Brown 347
Liberal Democrat Julian Newgrosh 322 10.4 Increase3.7
Liberal Democrat Martin Elliott 251
Majority 692 22.3 Increase4.1
Turnout 36.7 Increase1.9
Conservative hold Swing Increase2.1
Conservative hold Swing

May 2012

Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2012
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Alex Williams* 1,446 51.3 Increase1.3
Labour Aidan Williams 933 33.1 Increase3.5
Green Deborah Leftwich 252 8.9 Increase0.7
Liberal Democrat Julian Newgrosh 190 6.7 Decrease5.6
Majority 513 18.2 Decrease2.2
Turnout 34.8 Decrease7.7
Conservative hold Swing Decrease1.1

May 2011

Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2011 (2)[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Matt Colledge 1,752 50.0 Increase6.0
Conservative Alex Williams* 1,563
Labour Gwyneth Brock 1,036 29.6 Increase3.5
Labour Thom Shelton 934
Liberal Democrat Karin Holden 431 11.9 Decrease10.9
Liberal Democrat Roger Legge 355
Green Paul Bayliss 286 8.2 Increase4.7
Green Deborah Leftwich 238
Majority 716 20.4 Increase2.5
Turnout 42.5 Decrease22.0
Conservative hold Swing Increase1.3
Conservative hold Swing

Matt Colledge replaced Susan Williams after she was made Baroness Williams.[12] Matthew Sephton subsequently replaced Matt Colledge who stood down in 2014.[11]

May 2010

Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2010
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Michael Young* 2,366 44.0 Decrease12.3
Labour Peter Baugh 1,404 26.1 Increase4.2
Liberal Democrat Roger Legge 1,250 23.2 Increase11.8
Green Deborah Leftwich 190 3.5 Decrease2.0
English Democrat Steve Mills 168 3.1 New
Majority 962 17.9 Decrease16.5
Turnout 64.5 Increase29.3
Conservative hold Swing Decrease8.3

Elections in 2000s

May 2008

2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Susan Williams* 1,590 56.3 +0.3
Labour Majella Kennedy 620 22.0 -0.5
Liberal Democrat Roger Legge 323 11.4 -2.9
Green Deborah Leftwich 155 5.5 -1.7
Independent Sarah Walmsley 137 4.9 +4.9
Majority 970 34.3 +0.9
Turnout 2,825 35.2 -2.9
Conservative hold Swing

May 2007

2007
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Alex Williams* 1,618 56.0 +2.4
Labour Graham Crean 651 22.5 -0.4
Liberal Democrat Mark Kelly 413 14.3 -0.8
Green Liz O’Neill 209 7.2 -1.2
Majority 967 33.4 +2.7
Turnout 2,819 38.1 +2.4
Conservative hold Swing

May 2006

2006
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Michael Young 1,430 53.6 -17.6
Labour Peter Baugh 611 22.9 +7.2
Liberal Democrat Roger Legge 404 15.1 +2.0
Green Jadwiga Leigh 225 8.4 +8.4
Majority 819 30.7 +2.8
Turnout 2,670 35.7 -11.5
Conservative hold Swing

May 2004

2004 (after boundary changes)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Susan Fildes* 1,837 25.4
Conservative Alexander Williams* 1,670 23.1
Conservative Stephen Ogden 1,642 22.7
Labour John Graham 1,137 15.7
Liberal Democrat Roger Legge 949 13.1
Turnout 7,235 47.2
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

May 2003

2003
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Alexander Williams 2,634 58.7 +4.2
Labour David Armstrong 1,212 27.0 -5.0
Liberal Democrat Roger Legge 641 14.3 +0.8
Majority 1,422 31.7 +9.2
Turnout 4,487 52.0 -0.8
Conservative hold Swing

May 2002

2002
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Susan Fildes* 2,503 54.5 -4.6
Labour Peter Baugh 1,472 32.0 +4.9
Liberal Democrat Christopher Gaskell 621 13.5 +6.7
Majority 1,031 22.5 -9.5
Turnout 4,596 52.8 +20.4
Conservative hold Swing

May 2000

2000
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Paula Pearson 1,689 59.1 +9.2
Labour David Armstrong 774 27.1 -16.0
Independent Sheila O'Bierne* 201 7.0 +7.0
Liberal Democrat Roger Legge 193 6.8 -0.2
Majority 915 32.0 +25.2
Turnout 2,857 32.4 -5.9
Conservative gain from Independent Swing

Elections in 1990s

1999
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Lynch 1,684 49.9 -0.8
Labour Graham 1,455 43.1 -1.7
Liberal Democrat DM Jones 237 7.0 +7.0
Majority 229 6.8 +0.9
Turnout 3,376 38.3 +0.7
Conservative gain from Labour Swing
1998
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative S. F. M. Fildes 1,700 50.7 +1.4
Labour J. C. Graham 1,501 44.8 -3.6
Independent P. J. Royle 77 2.3 +2.3
Independent A. L. Brookes 74 2.2 +2.2
Majority 199 5.9 -2.3
Turnout 3,352 37.6 -0.6
Conservative gain from Independent Swing
1996
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative S. M. O'Bierne* 1,676 49.3 +6.2
Labour S. D. McNee 1,399 41.2 -7.9
Liberal Democrat J. B. Weightman 322 9.5 +1.2
Majority 277 8.2 +2.2
Turnout 3,397 38.2 -5.9
Conservative hold Swing
1995
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour T. G. Crewe 1,908 49.1 +7.5
Conservative A. H. Wilson 1,675 43.1 -0.4
Liberal Democrat K. Clarke 322 8.3 -6.6
Majority 233 6.0 +4.2
Turnout 3,887 44.1 +0.7
Labour gain from Conservative Swing
1994
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative R. A. Mrozinski 1,642 43.5 -14.7
Labour J. Torpey 1,573 41.6 +13.1
Liberal Democrat K. Clarke 564 14.9 +4.5
Majority 69 1.8 -27.9
Turnout 3,779 43.4 +2.6
Conservative hold Swing
1992
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative S. M. O'Bierne* 2,001 58.2 +8.8
Labour S. Hesford 979 28.5 -10.3
Liberal Democrat P. A. Stubbs 357 10.4 -1.4
Green B. J. Edwards 100 2.9 +2.9
Majority 1,022 29.7 +19.1
Turnout 3,437 40.8 -7.2
Conservative hold Swing
1991
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative C. S. Gordon* 1,970 49.4 +4.8
Labour F. W. Bamford 1,546 38.8 -4.5
Liberal Democrat M. H. Cameron 470 11.8 +5.4
Majority 424 10.6 +9.2
Turnout 3,986 48.0 -2.0
Conservative hold Swing
1990
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative E. K. Adams 1,876 44.6 -4.4
Labour F. W. Bamford 1,818 43.3 +4.9
Liberal Democrat J. B. Weightman 267 6.4 -6.2
Green M. R. Rowtham 241 5.7 +5.7
Majority 58 1.4 -9.2
Turnout 4,202 50.0 +3.4
Conservative gain from Labour Swing

Elections in 1980s

1988
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative S. M. O'Beirne 1,934 49.0 -2.7
Labour D. Hinder 1,516 38.4 +6.4
Liberal Democrat J. H. Mulholland 498 12.6 -3.7
Majority 418 10.6 -9.1
Turnout 3,948 46.6 -2.9
Conservative gain from Labour Swing
1987
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative C. S. Gordon* 2,128 51.7 +15.3
Labour D. Hinder 1,318 32.0 -9.1
Social Democratic C. F. Keeley-Huggett 673 16.3 -3.2
Majority 810 19.7 +15.1
Turnout 4,119 49.5 +3.4
Conservative hold Swing
1986
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour S. M. Evans 1,523 41.1 +2.3
Conservative B. L. Slater* 1,352 36.4 -7.2
Social Democratic B. M. Keeley-Huggett 725 19.5 +19.5
Green N. J. Eadie 110 3.0 +1.4
Majority 171 4.6 -0.2
Turnout 3,710 46.1 +3.9
Labour gain from Conservative Swing
By-Election 6 March 1986
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour J. F. L. Wood 1,150 38.2 -0.6
Conservative S. M. A. O' Beirne 983 32.7 -10.9
Social Democratic B. M. Keeley-Huggett 793 26.4 +26.4
Green N. J. Eadie 81 2.7 +1.1
Majority 167 5.6 +0.8
Turnout 3,007 37.4 -11.9
Labour gain from Conservative Swing
1984
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative G. R. Finch* 1,473 43.6 -5.7
Labour P. A. Baldwinson 1,312 38.8 +6.6
Liberal P. C. Barns 540 16.0 -2.5
Ecology A. M. Wildbore 53 1.6 +1.6
Majority 161 4.8 -12.3
Turnout 3,378 42.2 +1.0
Conservative hold Swing
1983
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative C. S. Gordon* 1,662 49.3 +0.4
Labour P. A. Baldwinson 1,087 32.2 +8.1
SDP–Liberal Alliance G. E. Evans 622 18.5 -8.5
Majority 575 17.1 -4.8
Turnout 3,371 41.2 -0.4
Conservative hold Swing
1982
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative B. L. Slater 1,632 48.9 +3.3
Social Democratic G. E. Evans 901 27.0 +27.0
Labour J. Koch 803 24.1 -12.7
Majority 731 21.9 +19.2
Turnout 3,336 41.6 +1.8
Conservative hold Swing
1980 (2 vacancies)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative G. R. Finch 1,472 24.0 -5.2
Conservative C. S. Gordon* 1,323 21.6 -10.0
Labour G. H. Mountain 1,156 18.8 +37.6
Labour G. R. Scott 1,102 18.0 +36.0
Liberal M. C. Booth 593 9.7 -27.4
Liberal H. M. Hughes 490 8.0 -30.8
Majority 167 2.7 -3.8
Turnout 6,136 39.8 -29.7
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Elections in 1970s

1979
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative A. E. A. Whitehurst* 2,384 53.2 -1.2
Liberal M. C. Booth 2,093 46.8 +29.6
Majority 291 6.5 -19.5
Turnout 4,477 69.5 +36.7
Conservative hold Swing
1978
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative M. Rubin 1,131 54.4 +0.9
Labour E. McPherson 590 28.4 +1.6
Liberal G. M. R. Willmott 357 17.2 -2.5
Majority 541 26.0 -0.7
Turnout 2,078 32.8 -7.5
Conservative gain from Labour Swing
1976
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative C. S. Gordon 1,373 53.5 +10.6
Labour E. Axon 687 26.8 -0.2
Liberal P. C. Feanhley 506 19.7 -10.4
Majority 686 26.7 +13.9
Turnout 2,566 40.3 -1.3
Conservative hold Swing
1975
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative A. E. A. Whitehurst 1,147 42.9
Liberal J. B. Kenny 806 30.1
Labour R. Crossman 721 27.0
Majority 341 12.8
Turnout 2,674 41.6
Conservative hold Swing
1973
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour G. Hoyle 1,265 48.6
Conservative K. A. Harrison 1,240 47.6
Conservative A. R. Littler 1,150
Conservative A. Whitehurst 1,140
Labour H. Harmer 1,102
Labour A. Crossman 1,075
Communist J. Brennan 99 3.8
Majority 10
Turnout 2,504 36.4
Labour win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

References

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  2. ^ "Councillor Daniel Jerrome". democratic.trafford.gov.uk. Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council. Retrieved 2 August 2018.
  3. ^ "Councillor Michael Young". democratic.trafford.gov.uk. Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council. Retrieved 6 October 2017.
  4. ^ "Councillor Geraldine Coggins". democratic.trafford.gov.uk. Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council. Retrieved 2 August 2018.
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