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Election candidates revealed

PUBLISHED: 16:26 04 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:49 03 July 2010

THE full list of nominations for May's borough council elections has been revealed.

The battle for 13 hot-seats on Great Yarmouth Borough Council began today after nominations closed at midday.

THE full list of nominations for May's borough council elections has been revealed.

The battle for 13 hot-seats on Great Yarmouth Borough Council began today after nominations closed at midday.

Conservative and Labour parties have candidates standing in all 13 wards while the Liberal Democrats will fight six seats.

UKIP has three candidates standing in the election while the Green party will fight in two wards.

How they line up:

*denotes sitting councillor

Bradwell North

Trevor Wainwright (Labour)*

Alan Grey (Con)

John Loades (Lib Dem)

Bradwell South and Hopton

Colin Aldred (UKIP)

Stephen Ames (Con)*

Aleck Buchanan (Lib Dem)

Joanne Vriesema (Labour)

Central and Northgate

Gabriele Baugh (UKIP)

Tom Garrod (Con)

Anthony Harris (Lib Dem)

Mike Taylor (Labour)*

Claydon

Tony Blyth (Labour)*

Margaret Greenacre (Con)

Ralph Woodcock (Green)

East Flegg

Rodney Cole (Lib Dem)

George Jermany (Con)*

Jamie Smith (Labour)

Gorleston

Bert Collins (Con)*

Rex Tyrrell (Labour)

Magdalen

Patricia Page (Con)

Colleen Walker (Labour)*

Nelson

Joy Cosaitis (Con)

Nicholas Dyer (Lib Dem)

Michael Jeal (Labour)*

Anne Purchase-Walker (Green)

Ormesby

Jenny Livingstone (Labour)

Charles Reynolds (Con)*

St Andrews

Patrick Cook (Con)*

Gary Fox (Labour)

Southtown and Cobholm

Paul Baugh (UKIP)

John Brookshaw (Lib Dem)

James Dinsdale (Con)

Penny Linden (Labour)*

West Flegg

Barry Coleman (Con)*

Katie James (Labour)

Yarmouth North

Paul Garrod (Con)*

Charles Marsden (Labour)


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