Conservatives lose two seats in Craven District Council elections

THE Conservatives have lost two seats in Skipton after yesterday’s Craven District Council elections.

Independent John Kerwin-Davy ousted sitting councillor Paul Whitaker in the Skipton North ward, while Liberal Democrat Eric Jaquin was victorious in Skipton East where he defeated Pam Heseltine.

In Hellifield with Long Preston, Independent candidate Chris Moorby was elected in a close contest with Conservative candidate Nick Thwaite.

Elsewhere, there was no change.

RESULTS: Aire Valley with Lothersdale: Pat Fairbank (Conservative) 610; Paul Routledge (Labour) 359. Barden Fell: Clive Bowers (Liberal Democrat) 144; Chris Knowles-Fitton (Conservative) 377; Cowling: Ady Green (Conservative) 311; Andrew Rankine (Labour) 204. Grassington: Richard Foster (Conservative) 390; Edward Walker (Liberal Democrat) 139. Hellifield with Long Preston: Chris Moorby (Independent) 489; Nick Thwaite (Conservative) 455. Ingleton and Clapham: Mark Christie (Liberal Democrat) 273; David Ireton (Conservative) 807. Settle and Ribblebanks: Chris Baker (Labour) 350; Donny Whaites (Conservative) 697. Skipton East: Pam Heseltine (Conservative) 289; Eric Jacquin (Liberal Democrat) 480; Chris Rose (Labour) 259. Skipton North: Jim Black (Labour) 112; John Kerwin-Davey (Independent) 358; Claire Nash (Green Party) 231; Paul Whitaker (Conservative) 296; Roland Wohlrapp (Liberal Democrat) 185. Skipton South: Ann Greene (Liberal Democrat) 54; Duncan Hall (Labour) 179; Nathan Harrison (Conservative) 83; Andy Solloway (Independent) 382. Skipton West: Bernard Clarke (Independent) 228; Paul English (Liberal Democrat) 379; Kelly Hayes-Head (Conservative) 213; Peter Madeley (Labour) 218. Upper Wharfedale: Hazel Bulcock (Liberal Democrat) 94; John Roberts (Conservative) 608.

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