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2003 Slough Borough Council election

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15 seats of 45 on council
23 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party Labour Conservative Britwellian

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Party Liberal Liberal Democrats Independent

The 2003 Slough Borough Council election was held on 1 May 2003, at the same time as other local elections across England and Scotland. Fourteen of the 41 seats on Slough Borough Council were up for election, being the usual third of the council.

Results

The elected councillors were:[1]

Ward Party Elected Term Councillor
Baylis Labour 2003 2004 Balvinder Singh Bains
Britwell Ind. Britwellian Res. 2002 2004 Patrick Shine *
Central Labour 2000 2004 Arvind Singh Dhaliwal
Chalvey Labour 2000 2004 George Henry Davidson
Cippenham Conservative 1995 2004 William Geoffrey Howard
Colnbrook & Poyle Conservative 2000 2004 Dexter Jerome Smith
Farnham Labour 1997 2004 Robert Anderson
Foxborough Liberal Democrats 2000 2004 John William Edwards *
Haymill Liberal 1987 2004 Richard Stanley Stokes * (a)
Kedermister Labour 2003 2004 May Dodds
Langley St Mary's Conservative 2000 2004 Derek Ernest Cryer (b)
Stoke Labour 2002 2004 Egbert Christian Thomas
Upton Conservative 1999 2004 Julia Thomson Long (c)
Wexham Lea Independent 2000 2004 Michael Anthony Haines * (d)

Notes:-

References

  1. ^ Local newspapers (1863-date) and Slough Borough Council documents at the Slough Central Library