Find out who is running to represent you on Norwich City Council

Candidates for the 2014 Norwich City Council elections have been announced. Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Wire Candidates for the 2014 Norwich City Council elections have been announced. Photo: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Friday, April 25, 2014
5:15 PM

A total of 63 candidates will compete for 14 seats on Norwich City Council which are up for election next month.

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One third of the seats on the council will be contested on May 22, the same day that voters go to the polls in the European elections.

Labour, the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party are fielding candidates for all 14 seats, while the UK Independence party has put up five candidates, and the Left Unity party has two candidates.

In a statement, the Left Unity party said it was formed as a result of the budget passed by Norfolk County Council.

It said: “Left Unity came into being in Norwich as a direct consequence of the Tory cuts budget that was passed at County Hall two months ago. Every Labour, Liberal and UKIP county councillor as well as two Greens voted for the £189 million worth of cuts demanded by central government.”

Labour currently controls the city council with 20 seats, with the Greens forming the opposition with 15. The Liberal Democrats have three councillors.

BOWTHORPE WARD

Rod Beale, Lib Dem

Jean Kathleen Bishop, Green

Sue Sands, Lab

Paul Anthony George Wells, Con

CATTON GROVE WARD

Evelyn Jean Collishaw, Con

Michelle Ho, UKIP

Tony Arthur Park, Green

Michael John Stonard, Lab

Leigh John Tooke, Lib Dem

CROME WARD

Natasha Allen, Con

Julian Joseph Bell, Left Unity

Judith Marianne Ford, Green

Marion Frances Maxwell, Lab

Chris Thomas, Lib Dem

Ann Doris Williams, UKIP

EATON WARD

Chris Elderton, Lab

Antony Daniel Little, Con

Jane Isobel Saunders, Green

James William Wright, Lib Dem

LAKENHAM WARD

Steve Emmens, UKIP

David Angus Fairbairn, Lib Dem

Jonathan Richard Gillespie, Con

Chris Herries, Lab

Laura Jane Middleton, Green

MANCROFT WARD

Caroline Elizabeth Aliwell, Lib Dem

Stephanie Ann Friend, Lab

Simeon Jackson, Green

Stefano Joseph Pollard, Con

MILE CROSS WARD

Steven David Bradley, UKIP

Richard Alan Edwards, Green

Jessica Irene Victoria Lancod-Frost, Con

Michael Anthony Sutton-Croft, Lib Dem

Charmain Louise Woollard, Lab

NELSON WARD

Robert Alexander Hansard, Con

Beth Jones, Lab

Tim Michael Jones, Green

Ryan Jonathan Mercer, Lib Dem

SEWELL WARD

Daniel Edward Elmer, Con

Karen Elaine Michael, Left Unity

Samuel Neal, Lib Dem

Matthew Robert Packer, Lab

Glenn Stuart Tingle, UKIP

Matthew John Townsend, Green

THORPE HAMLET WARD

Eamonn Patrick Burgess, Lab

Michael David Gillespie, Con

Lesley Juliet Grahame, Green

Simon Richard Nobbs, Lib Dem

TOWN CLOSE WARD

Steffan Luke Aquarone, Lib Dem

Barry Cochrane, Con

Ash Haynes, Green

Jamal Sealey, Lab

UNIVERSITY WARD (two councillors to be elected)

Bert Bremner, Lab

Tom Crisp, Lib Dem

Phillip Anthony Di Palma, Green

Joe David Ferris, Con

Philip Jimenez, Lib Dem

Spinoza Pitman, Green

Roger Ryan, Lab

Hannah Emma Wiltshire, Con

WENSUM WARD

Sandra Bogelein, Green

Martin Alan Peek, Lab

Helen Anne Whitworth, Lib Dem

James Kenneth Wight, Con

6 comments

  • Labour are a weak party , if they were in power during the falkland conflict - they would still be discussing wot to do now ...lol

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    Norwich

    Tuesday, April 29, 2014

  • Think Anglia Square think Labour,Think Greens think Council tax rise not capped,think Labour. Vote UKIP get both of these.These things will pass.

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    PaulH

    Saturday, April 26, 2014

  • I would vote for UKIP, but no one is standing in the Town Close Ward

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    Derek McDonald

    Saturday, April 26, 2014

  • PaddyNR1

    Saturday, April 26, 2014

  • If you vote UKIP in these elections you might as well vote for Labour. UKIP were the largest minority party but didn't have the guts to take on the job. All the dithering over the incinerator since labour took over has cost us council tax payers £30,000,000. Maybe ALL the Norfolk Council politicians should foot the bill.

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    Norfolk Lad

    Friday, April 25, 2014

  • che bramley

    Friday, April 25, 2014

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