Bradley Stoke Conservative candidates and supporters at the 2015 local elections count in Thornbury.

Another clean sweep for the Conservatives in district and town elections

Local Conservatives are celebrating a clean sweep of all five Bradley Stoke seats in the South Gloucestershire district elections and all 15 seats on Bradley Stoke Town Council, repeating their across the board victory at the last local elections in 2011. The results leave former town mayor Ben Walker, who defected to UKIP a year after being elected on a Conservative ticket in

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Jack Lopresti (centre) makes a speech after retaining the Filton and Bradley Stoke parliamentary seat in the 2015 general election.

Jack Lopresti retains Filton and Bradley Stoke seat with increased majority

Conservative Jack Lopresti has retained his Filton and Bradley Stoke parliamentary seat with an increased majority of 20.0 percent, compared to 14.3 percent in 2010. Labour’s candidate Ian Boulton finished second with a 26.6 percent share of the vote, slightly up from the 26.4 percent he polled in 2010. Ben Walker, the UKIP candidate, finished in third place, on 14.8 percent.

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Elections in Bradley Stoke on Thursday 7th May 2015.

Polling stations open for trio of elections

Bradley Stoke has seven polling stations open today for voting in the 2015 general, district and town elections. The local polling stations (open until 10pm) are: Baileys Court Activity Centre Bradley Stoke Evangelical Church, Baileys Court Road Brook Way Activity Centre Church of Christ the King, Mautravers Close Holy Trinity Church, Broad Croft Jubilee Centre, Savages Wood Road St Joseph’s Centre

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