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Borough election candidates line-up

PUBLISHED: 15:44 08 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:20 30 June 2010

CANDIDATES standing for the 13 Great Yarmouth Borough Council seats in the May 6 elections have been announced.

There are two husband and wife teams fighting separate seats for Labour, as is the wife of Yarmouth's Labour MP Tony Wright.

CANDIDATES standing for the 13 Great Yarmouth Borough Council seats in the May 6 elections have been announced.

There are two husband and wife teams fighting separate seats for Labour, as is the wife of Yarmouth's Labour MP Tony Wright.

Both the Tories and Labour are contesting all seats and the Lib Dems have put up candidates in five seats.

There are also two Independents standing.

*denotes sitting councillor

BRADWELL NORTH

Graham Robert Plant (Con)*

Hilary Jeanette Wainwright (Lab)

BRADWELL SOUTH and HOPTON

Mike Butcher (Con)*

Barbara Ann Wright (Lab)

CAISTER NORTH

Nick Dack (Lab)

Nicholas Mark Dyer (Lib Dem)

Tony Smith (Con)*

CAISTER SOUTH

Rod Cole (Lib Dem)

Patrick Hacon (Lab)*

Ronald Charles Hanton (Con)

CENTRAL & NORTHGATE

Mick Castle (Lab)*

Gordon Richard Dean (Lib Dem)

Tom Garrod (Con)

CLAYDON

Bob Scott (Con)

Matthew James Smith (Con)

Coleen Walker (Lab)

Bernard John Williamson (Lab)*

EAST FLEGG

Pam Mayhew (Lib Dem)

Caroline Jane Mynett (Lab)

Shirley Ann Weymouth (Con)*

GORLESTON

John Markham Burroughs (Con)*

Katie Louise James (Lab)

LOTHINGLAND

Barry Michael Stone (Con)*

Chris Williamson (Lab)

MAGDALEN

Margaret McMahon-Morris (Ind)

Carl Smith (Con)

Trevor John Wainwright (Lab)

NELSON

Malcolm Dudley Bird (Con)

Val Pettit (Lab)*

Alan Sowle (Ind)

SOUTHTOWN & COBHOLM

Tony Harris (Lib Dem)

John Alfred Holmes (Lab)*

Victor Ling (Con)

YARMOUTH NORTH

Charlie Mardsden (Lab)

Robert Peck (Con)*

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