By-Election Results – good hold in Windermere Bowness North

Tim Farron and Colin JonesGood news from the heart of Tim Farron country – a solid win in Thursday’s Windermere Bowness North ward on South Lakeland District Council for Colin Jones. He’s pictured here with local MP and Party President Tim Farron.

The result was:

Liberal Democrat Colin Jones: 431

Conservative:                                   248

Labour:                                                  29

60.8% of the vote is an impressive result.

Congratulations to Colin, who is already a Windermere Town Councillor, and his hard-working campaign team.

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  • Lib Dem 431, C 248, Lab 29. (May 2011 – Lib Dem 608, C 280, Lab 47).

    Lib Dem hold. Swing 4.6% Lib Dem to C.

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