Salford local elections

Salford local elections – delayed for a year by the Covid pandemic – finally take place on Thursday May 6 with all 60 council seats up for grabs.

Every ward has three councillors so voters can choose three names from the ballot paper for Salford City Council as well as voting for the elected Salford Mayor and the Greater Manchester Mayor.

Barton and Winton-
Barton and Winton is a newly formed ward merged between the two place names. In 2019, both wards were Labour holds.

Labour-
Paula Boshell
David Lancaster
John Mullen

Conservative-
Jacob Barden
Janet Reygen
Tracey Roberts

Green-
Jenna Sayer

Liberal Democrats-
Anthony Duke

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Blackfriars and Trinity-
Blackfriars and Trinity is a new ward of what used to be part of Ordsall. Ordsall was a Labour hold in 2019.

Labour-
Stephen Cohen
Jane Hamilton
Raymond Walker

Green-
Wendy Olsen
Christopher Seed
Michael Wharton

Liberal Democrats-
Steve Gillan
Bernard Treves Brown
Scott Turner Preece

Independent-
Zak D’Amelio

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Boothstown and Ellenbrook-
2019 saw a strong Conservative hold for the ward.

Conservative-
Bob Clarke
Les Turner
Darren Ward

Labour-
Teresa Pepper
Cameron Robinson
Charlie Rowley

Green-
Diana Battersby

Liberal Democrats-
Sebastian Biesiadzinski
Ian Chisnell
Gizella Hughes

Broughton-
2019 saw a strong Labour hold for Broughton.

Labour-
Maria Brabiner
Jim King
John Merry

Conservative-
Bernard Goldfine
Paul Mebeze
Aftab Sabir

Green-
David Jones

Liberal Democrats-
Deklan Parry

Cadishead and Lower Irlam-
Cadishead has been merged into a new ward with Lower Irlam, with Irlam being split between the Higher and Lower part of the area. In 2019 Cardishead saw a narrow Labour win, with Irlam being clinched by an Independent candidate.

Labour-
Lewis Nelson
Hannah Robinson-Smith
Joan Walsh

Core Independents-
Dave Pike

Conservative-
Jan Meades-Smith
Andrew Miller

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Claremont-
Claremont voted to secure a Labour hold for the ward in 2019.

Labour-
Barbara Bentham
Michael Pevitt
Neil Reynolds

Green-
Robert Stephenson

Liberal Democrats-
John Grant
Patricia Murphy
Jake Overend

Conservative-
Jonathan Grosskopf
Jackie Mountaine
Myrella Saunders

Independent-
Mary Ferrer

Eccles-
Eccles voted for a strong Labour hold in 2019.

Labour-
Sharmina August
Mike McCusker
Nathaniel Tetteh

Conservative-
David Cawdrey
Karl Craig
Alima Husain

Green-
Clive Hamilton

Liberal Democrats-
John McLellan

Women’s Equality-
Donna-Marree Humphery

TUSC-
Sally Griffiths

Higher Irlam and Peel Green-
This is a newly formed ward, but 2019 saw a win for an Independent candidate in Irlam.

Core Independents-
Darren Goulden
Paula Goulden
Nigel Perry

Labour-
Roger Jones
Tracy Kelly
Peter Taylor

Conservative-
Edson Ferreira
Javaid Hussain

Kersal and Broughton Park-
Kersal and Broughton Park is a new ward that was formed from the former Kersal, as well as parts of Broughton. Kersal had a strong Conservative hold in the last local election, while Broughton had a strong Labour hold.

Conservative-
Azmat Husain
Ari Leitner
Arnie Saunders

Labour-
Yolande Amana-Ghola
Mishal Saeed
Roseanna Wain

Green-
Jane Ransley

Liberal Democrats-
Avrohom Walter

Little Hulton-
Little Hulton was a Labour hold in 2019.

Labour-
Kate Lewis
Rob Sharpe
Colette Weir

Conservative-
Dorothy Chapman
Adrees Masood

Green-
Stuart Oxbrow

Ordsall-
In 2019, Labour managed to retain a hold on Ordsall.

Labour-
Tanya Burch
Ray Mashiter
John Walsh

Green-
Nicola Smith

Liberal Democrats-
Richard Balcombe
Paul Cooper

Conservative-
Lynn Crodon
Tim Ilett

Pendlebury and Clifton-
The previous Pendlebury ward resulted in a Labour hold in 2019. For this election, Pendlebury has been divided between Pendlebury and Clifton and Pendlebury and Charlestown.

Labour-
Damian Craig
Barry Warner

Conservative-
Gary Betreen
Sam Hall
Nick Kahn

Independent-
Jonathan Marsden

Green-
Peter Mulleady

Liberal Democrats-
Gareth Watkins

Pendlebury and Charlestown-

Labour-
Michele Barnes
Wilson Nkurunziza
John Warmisham

Conservative-
Avrohom Lederberger
Samantha McAntagart

Independent-
George Broadley
Oliver Youd

Green-
Andrew Nadin

Liberal Democrats-
John Nuttall

Quays-
The newly formed Quays ward is one of the three that has come out of the old Ordsall wardM that voted Labour in 2019.

Labour-
Ann-Marie Humphreys
Jake Rowland
Phil Tresadern

Green-
Lucy Masters
James Thomas

Liberal Democrats-
Bryn Coombe
Alex Warren
Alexander Wynne

Conservative-
Samina Khan
Wade Majid
David Semple

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2 Comments

  1. Dave Fabian

    Best wishes to TUSC.
    The only sane way forward .

  2. Thank you for a nice article.

    Imprint is in my facebook biography.

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