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27/07/2021

Results in from Fairford Town Council election

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Suzanne Carol Jones and Mark Wardle have been elected to serve the Fairford ward on Fairford Town Council.

Mrs Jones polled 395 votes and Mr Wardle (Independent) polled 362 in the by-election on December 13th.

The other two candidates standing at the by-election were Lizzie Morris (284 votes) and Annabelle Plumridge (144 votes)

The election, which was held at the Palmer Hall in Fairford, was called in November following the resignation of previous councilors Mr Bart Borchardt and Mr Greg Phillips.

The electoral turnout was 27%.

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