Elections to East Sussex County Council are being held on Thursday 4th May.
Two people will be elected to represent Crowborough – one to serve “Crowborough North & Jarvis Brook” and another for “Crowborough South & St Johns”. This is the first election to be held since changes by the Local Government Boundary Commission.
Four candidates are standing for each seat. Click on the links to see their election statements.
Crowborough North & Jarvis Brook
- Sara Rose Newman (Labour Party)
- Karen Jane Shaw (Liberal Democrats)
- Colin Geoffrey Stocks (The Green Party)
- Richard Stogdon (The Conservative Party)
Crowborough South & St Johns
- Brendan Clegg (Labour Party)
- Adrian James Morris (Liberal Democrats)
- Gabrielle Alice Symonds (The Green Party)
- Sylvia Mary Tidy (The Conservative Party)
East Sussex County Council is responsible for education, social services and roads. Those elected will help to decide how the authority spends around £365million on vital services for more than half a million residents.
The results for the elections that were held four years ago can be downloaded here. In 2013 there was a 28.5% turnout in Crowborough.
Polling stations are open from 7am until 10pm on Thursday 4th May. If you have opted for a postal vote please complete your election papers and return your ballot paper in the envelope provided. If you have any queries about the voting process, please contact Electoral Services at Wealden District Council.
Ballot papers will be counted on Friday morning and results from the district are expected from mid-morning.