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Election and results - Datchet - 22/11/2018

This is what I said about Datchet and the River Thames Scheme (second leaflet) ......

 

 

 

 

ROYAL BOROUGH OF WINDSOR & MAIDENHEAD

Election of a Councillor for the 

DATCHET Borough ward

DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL

 

I, the undersigned, being the Returning Officer at the election held on Thursday 22 November 2018, DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the number of votes cast for each candidate at the election is as follows:

Name

Party 

Votes

Elected

Cannon, David Paul

The

Conservative

Party Candidate

525

Elected

Foster, Deborah Anne

Labour Party Candidate

121

 

Larcombe, Ewan Charles William

National Flood Prevention Party

223

 

Moss, Christopher Donald Sibthorpe

Green Party

21

 

O’Flynn, Timothy Anthony Joseph

Liberal

Democrats

48

 

 

AND I HEREBY DECLARE that David Paul Cannon has been duly elected. Turnout: 24.7%

 

David V. Scott

Returning Officer

Dated: 22 November 2018

 

 

 

 

New NFPP Emblem added 25/11/2018

 

First Leaflet below

 

 

 

Extract from the Windsor Observer 19/10/2018

Ewan to stand for borough council by Francis Batt.

Ewan Larcombe

 

FLAMBOYANT parish councillor Ewan Larcombe is to stand for the Royal Borough in the forthcoming by-election called in the wake of Cllr Jesse Grey’s death.

Mr Larcombe, 68, has lived in Datchet 41 years and is a great-grandfather. He will be standing for the Datchet ward formally represented by the late Cllr Grey.

A veteran member of Datchet and Wraysbury parish councils Mr Larcombe has often courted controversy.

He was convicted last year of assaulting a 14-year-old boy who came off his motorbike when Cllr Larcombe took a close up photograph, as part of his campaign against teenagers illegally riding on Datchet recreation ground.

He received a conditional discharge at Reading magistrates court which expires next month.

Mr Larcombe worked as an engineer specialising in design for manufacturing, spending time at Ford Motor Company and EMI before retiring.

He will be standing for the borough as an Independent. The by-election is on November 22.

END

Link to source: https://www.windsorobserver.co.uk/news/16994180.ewan-to-stand-for-borough-council/?ref=mr&lp=2