2019 District Elections

Photo of a teller outside the Brook Way Activity Centre in Bradley Stoke.

On Thursday 2nd May 2019, all of the seats on South Gloucestershire Council (SGC) will be up for election.

The total number of seats on the council is being reduced to 61 (from the current 70) at this election

Councillors will be elected to serve a four-year term of office.

The Bradley Stoke town elections are being held on the same day.

The Notice of Election will be published on Friday 22nd March 2019 and nominations will be accepted until the deadline on Wednesday 3rd April 2019.

The deadline for voter registration is Friday 12th April 2019. If you are unsure whether you are registered to vote, please contact the SGC helpline on 01454 863030.

Register to vote (GOV.UK)

Polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm.

More information and useful links:

Candidates and results

We have made efforts to obtain a short (200-word max) statement from each candidate. If you are a candidate and haven’t heard from us yet, please get in touch.

View all available candidate profiles (or click on a name below)

Bradley Stoke North ward (2 seats)

Results in detail (SGC)

Bradley Stoke South ward (2 seats)

Results in detail (SGC)

Stoke Gifford ward (3 seats)

Results in detail (SGC)

  • Brian Allinson (Conservative) 1452 votes ELECTED
  • Ernest Brown (Conservative) 1317 votes ELECTED
  • Keith Cranney (Conservative) 1371 votes ELECTED
  • John Ford (Liberal Democrat) 590 votes
  • Bob Griffin (Liberal Democrat) 575 votes
  • Fred Hillberg (UKIP Make Brexit Happen) 477 votes
  • Jenny James (Labour) 926 votes
  • Brian Mead (Labour) 752 votes
  • Tom Mewies (Labour) 733 votes
  • Pam Shipp (Liberal Democrat) 628 votes

Election leaflets

All leaflets are presented as PDF files on Dropbox.

District election news in the Journal

Candidates and parties online

Party policies and manifestos

News from the candidates and parties

If you also OPPOSE the plans to build up to 2000 houses on Woodlands Golf Course, then please sign the petition: https://bit.ly/2XbH3gF

Posted by Bristol & South Gloucestershire Conservatives on Monday, 29 April 2019

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