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Mid Suffolk District Council election, 2011

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Mid Suffolk District Council election, 2011

In the 2011 United Kingdom local elections, the Conservative Party held onto the Council for a third term and even increased their majority. The Liberal Democrats lost four seats but remained in second place while the Green Party and the Labour Party each gained a seat, which is Labour's only seat on the Council.

Note: The seven Independents also include two Suffolk Together Councillors who held onto their seats.

The four Green Party councillors lead a group including the two Suffolk Together councillors and two Independents, the group of eight forming the official opposition.


The list of wards are shown below:

  • Bacton and Old Newton Ward
  • Badwell Ash Ward
  • Barking and Somersham Ward
  • Bramford and Blakenham Ward
  • Claydon and Barham Ward
  • Debenham Ward
  • Elmswell and Norton Ward
  • Eye Ward
  • Fressingfield Ward
  • Gislingham Ward
  • Haughley and Wetherden Ward
  • Helmingham and Coddenham Ward
  • Hoxne Ward
  • Mendlesham Ward
  • Needham Market Ward
  • Onehouse Ward
  • Palgrave Ward
  • Rattlesden Ward
  • Rickinghall and Walsham Ward
  • Ringshall Ward
  • Stowmarket (Central) Ward
  • Stowmarket (North) Ward
  • Stowmarket (South) Ward
  • Stowupland Ward
  • Stradbroke and Laxfield Ward
  • The Stonhams Ward
  • Thurston and Hessett Ward
  • Wetheringsett Ward
  • Woolpit Ward
  • Worlingworth Ward
  • References

    Mid Suffolk District Council election, 2011 Wikipedia

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