The Labour Party in Cheshire East

Cheshire East

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Cheshire East is a unitary authority with a population of 358,900 and which covers an area of 116,638 hectares. Cheshire East’s administrative area contains the industrial town of Crewe, the old mill towns of Macclesfield, Bollington and Congleton, the market towns of Nantwich, Knutsford and Sandbach, the salt town of Middlewich, the town of Wilmslow as well as the smaller settlements of Holmes Chapel, Alsager and Poynton.

Cheshire East has 82 Councillors representing 52 wards. The Labour Party's key strongholds are the towns of Crewe and Macclesfield. Sam Corcoran represents Sandbach on Cheshire East Council and is the Labour Group's finance spokesman.  

For news of the Labour Party in Cheshire East click here

For the Cheshire East Council web site click here

The results of the latest council election in May 2011 were:

 Party                          Seats      Votes      % Share

   Conservative                  52           91,736    47.75%

   Labour                           16           51,167    26.63%

   Other                             10           25,000    13.01%

   Liberal Democrats            4           24,206    12.60%

The CEC wards in Congleton and the current party disposition is shown below

Ward Name

No. Seats

Current Party

Alsager

3

3xLD

Brereton Rural

1

1xC

Congleton East

3

3xC

Congleton West

3

3xC

Dane Valley

2

2xC

Middlewich

3

3xMF

Odd Rode

2

2xC

Sandbach Elworth

1

1xC

Sandbach Ettiley Heath and Wheelock

1

1xC

Sandbach Heath and East

1

1xL

Sandbach Town

1

1xC

  

 

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