Local Elections

2016 – Election

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Staffordshire Police and Crime Comminissioner

Matthew Ellis was re-elected as Staffordshire’s Police and Crime Comminissioner for a second term.  Matthew was declared the winning candidate following a second round of votes that saw him poll 75,000 votes against Labour’s 66,513.  Three other candidates were eliminated after the first round of counting.

Results after the second round of votes
Conservative – 75,000 votes
Labour – 66,513 votes

Results after the first round of votes
Conservative – 63,123 votes
Labour – 54,753
UKIP – 27,550
Independent – 22,155
Green Party – 6,527

2016 election victory

Tamworth Borough Council

After weeks of none stop delivering and door knocking the Conservative Party keep control of Tamworth Borough Council and increased its majority in the 2016 local election.

Amington – Con Hold

Belgrave – Con gain from Lab

Bolehall – Lab Hold

Castle – Con gain from Lab

Glascote – UKIP gain from Lab

Mercian – Con Hold

Spital – Con Hold

Stonydelph – UKIP gain from Lab

Trinity – Con Hold

Wilnecote – Lab Hold

New Council : Conservative Party 20, Labour Party 7, UKIP 3

2015 – Local Election

Tamworth's Conservatives celebrate victory in the Borough Council election

Tamworth Borough Council

Yet another hard fought campaign saw the Conservative Party keep control of of Tamworth Borough Council in the 2015 local election with an increased majority.

Amington – Con Hold

Belgrave – Con gain from Lab

Bolehall – Lab Hold

Castle – Con Hold

Glascote – Lab Hold

Mercian – Con Hold

Spital – Con Hold

Stonydelph – Con Hold

Trinity – Con Hold

Wilnecote – Con gain from Lab

New Council : Conservative Party 18, Labour Party 11, Independent 1, UKIP 1

2014 – Local Election

Tamworth Borough Council

A hard fought campaign saw the Conservative Party keep control of of Tamworth Borough Council in the 2014 local election despite media claims that control would change.

Amington – Lab gain from Con

Belgrave – Con gain from Lab

Bolehall – Lab Hold

Castle – Con Hold

Glascote – Lab Hold

Mercian – Con Hold

Spital – Con Hold

Stonydelph – UKIP gain from Con

Trinity – Con Hold

Wilnecote – Con Hold

New Council : Conservative Party 16, Labour Party 12, Independent 1, UKIP 1

2013 – Local Election

Staffordshire County Council

A hard fought campaign saw the Conservative Party keep control of of County Council in the 2013 local election.  The Tamworth constituency has 8 divisons, 6 in Tamworth and 2 in Lichfield.

TAMWORTH DIVISIONS

Amington – Lab gain from Con

Bolebridge – Lab gain from Con

Perrycrofts – Con Hold

Stonydelph – Ind gain from Con

Watling North – Lab gain from Con

Watling South – Con Hold

LICHFIELD DIVISIONS

Lichfield Rural East – Con Hold

Lichfield Rural South – Con Hold

New Council: 34 Conservatives, 24 Labour, 2 UKIP and 2 Independents

Tamworth Borough Council

Following the sad passing of Cllr Brian Beale, a by-election was held in the Wilnecote ward for Tamworth Borough Council.

Wilnecote – Lab gain from Con

New Council : 17 Conservatives, 12 Labour and 1 Independent

A big thankyou to all that were involved in the campaign.

2012 – Local Election

Tamworth Borough Council

A hard fought campaign saw the Conservative Party keep control of Tamworth Borough Council in the 2012 local election.  A big thankyou to all that were involved in the campaign.

Amington – Con Hold

Belgrave – Lab gain from Con

Bolehall – Lab Hold

Castle – Lab gain from Con

Glascote – Lab gain from Con

Mercian – Con Hold

Spital – Con Hold

Stonydelph – Lab gain from Con

Trinity – Con Hold

Wilnecote – Lab gain from Con

New Council : 18 Conservatives, 11 Labour and 1 independent

2011 – Local Elections

We would like to offer our heartiest “thank you” to everyone who helped out with local elections and to all of you who voted as well. It is because of your support we had such a great result across the constituency.

Additionally, Tamworth delivered the 7th highest “no” vote in the country.

The election results were as follows:

Tamworth Borough Council

one third of the council was up for election, with one seat per ward

Amington – Con Hold

Belgrave – Lab gain from Con

Bolehall – Lab Hold

Castle – Con Hold

Glascote – IND Hold

Mercian – Con Hold

Spital – Con Hold

Stonydelph – Con Hold

Trinity – Con Hold

Wilnecote – Con Hold

New Council : 23 Conservatives, 6 Labour and 1 independent

Lichfield District Council

Six wards in Tamworth Association

Fazeley – (3 seats) – 2 Con Hold & 1 Lab Hold

Bourne Vale – (1 seat) – Con Hold

Little Aston – (2 seats) – Con Hold

Shenstone – (2 seats) – Con Hold

Mease & Tame – (2 Seats) – 1 Con Hold and 1 Con Gain

Stonnall (1 seat) – Con Hold

New Council: 46 Conservative & 10 Labour.

Lichfield District Council will not have elections again until 2015. Tamworth Borough Council has another one third of the seats up for election next year.  The Association will be advertising for candidates in due course.