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Thursday 6 July, 2017

Snap General Election Thursday 08 June 2017



Pendle Labour Party is delighted that Councillor Wayne Blackburn, the Labour Part candidate has slashed the Conservative majority to 1,279.

The full results for Pendle are shown on our General Elections results page 

We want to thank everyone who gave up their time to work for Wayne and the Labour Party during this election.

Last, but by no means least we wish to thank the people who voted for Wayne.


Lancashire County Council Elections Thursday 4 May 2017

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has published its final recommendations in its review of Lancashire's Electoral Divisions. The new electoral arrangements for Lancashire have now been approved by Parliament and were in place for the County Council elections on 4 May 2017.

PDF Maps of the LCC Electoral Divisions which encompass Pendle can be downloaded here>>

Congrtatulations to Iqbal and Azhar on their re-election to the County Council

We want to thank everyone who gave up their time to work for the Labour Party during the elections.

Last, but by no means least we wish to thank the people who voted for the Labour candidates.


Brierfield and Nelson West   Nelson East  
   
Mohammed Iqbal   Azhar Ali  


Borough of Pendle Elections Thursday 05 May 2016

Congratulations to Mohammad Sakib, Naeem Ashraf, Eileen Ansar and Sheila Wicks on their re-election. Special congratulations to George Adam on his return to Pendle Borough Council.

Overall Labour have lost one seat, Liberal Democrats have lost one seat and Conservatives have won 2 seats. The new party composition of Pendle Council is:Conservatives 21 seats, Labour 17 seats, Liberal Democrats 10 seats and BNP 1 seat.

We thank our candidates who took part in all the elections on 5th May. We especially want to thank everyone who gave up their time to work for the Labour Party during the elections.

Last, but by no means least we wish to thank the people who voted for the Labour candidates.

Bradley Brierfield Cloverhill Southfield
Mohammad Sakib Naeem Ashraf Eileen Ansar Sheila Wicks
       
  Walverden  
   
  George Adam  

Pendle Parliamentary Elections Thursday 7 May 2015

The full results for Pendle are shown on our General Elections results page                   


Borough of Pendle Elections Thursday 7 May 2015

Congratulations to Nadeem Younis, Nawaz Ahmed, Bob Allen and David Whalley on their re-election. Special congratulations to Wayne Blackburn on being elected for the first time.

Well done to Ian Graham, who was just 32 votes short of taking Waterside.

Overall there is no change to the number of seats held by each party.

We thank our candidates who took part in all the elections on 7th May. We especially want to thank everyone who gave up their time to work for the Labour Party during the elections.

Last but by no means least we wish to thank the people who voted for the Labour candidates.

Bradley Brierfield Cloverhill Reedley
Nadeem Younis Nawaz Ahmed Wayne Blackburn Bob Allen
       
  Southfield  
   
  David Whalley  

European Parliamentary Elections Thursday 22 May 2014
(Results declared 26/05/2014)

The Labour Party topped the Polls in the North West increasing the number of Labour MEPs to 3.
The elected Labour MPs, in the order declared are:Theresa Griffin, Afzal Khan and Julie Ward.

The Largest share of the vote in Pendle was for Labour the Conseratives came third behind UKIP. To check the results in Pendle and elsewhere in the North West visit here.

Pendle Labour Party thanks the voters of Pendle who voted Labour in the EU elections and we wish Theresa, Afzal and Julie well, in what we feel is going to be an interesting term for European and UK politics.

Theresa Griffin Afzal Khan Julie Ward

Borough of Pendle Elections Thursday 22 May 2014

The Labour Party gained one seat on Pendle Borough Council; Yasser Iqbal was elected as a new Councillor in Reedley, defeating the Conservative Candidate.

In Southfield, Mohammed Ammer was also elected for the first time, to replace retiring Labour councillor Sheena Dunn, who we would like to thank for her service to the people of Southfield.

Labour held Bradley (Cllr Mohammad Iqbal), Brierfield (Cllr Mohammad Arshad), Cloverhill (Cllr Kath Shore), Walverden ( Cllr Julie Henderson ), and Whitefied (Cllr Asjad Mahmood).

Overall Labour had the highest share of the votes in the elections - over 2,000 ahead of the Conservatives.

We thank everyone who took the time to vote for all of our candidates.

Bradley Brierfield Cloverhill Reedley
Mohammed Iqbal Mohammad Arshad Kath Shore Yasser Iqbal
       
Southfield Walverden Whitefield  
 
Mohammed Ammer Julie Henderson Asjad Mahmood  

Please note that there were no Borough Council candidates up for re-election this year in the wards of Blacko and Higherford, Higham and Pendleside, Old Laund Booth or Foulridge.


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