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Leeds Local election 2018: Kirkstall result

Labour held Kirkstall ward at the Leeds City Council local elections 2018 – with new candidate Hannah Bithell gaining the most votes.

Labour held all three seats with Ms Bithell, who succeeded the retiring Lucinda Yeadon, being elected for the first time. FIona Venner and John Illingworth retaining their seats.

Green Party’s Ben Goldthorp came fourth.

Results:

  • Hannah Bithell (LAB) 3,977
  • Fiona Venner (LAB) 3,850
  • John Illingworth (LAB) 3,634
  • Ben Goldthorp (GREEN) 978
  • Liam Kenrick-Bailey (CON) 645
  • Amaad Amin (CON) 471
  • Eleni Nicolaou (CON) 454
  • Maria Frank (LD) 445

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