West Sussex County Council election candidates for Littlehampton revealed

The West Sussex County Council candidates standing for election in divisions across Littlehampton in May have been revealed today (Friday April 9).

Friday, 30th April 2021, 12:54 pm
Voters will head to the polls on Thursday May 6.

The candidates not standing for re-election are Daniel Purchase (Lib Dem, Rustington) and Derek Whittington (Conservative, Fontwell).

Ian Buckland, elected last time as a Lib DEm, is standing as an independent.

Polling day is Thursday May 6, the same as the Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner election.

Two Arun District Council by-elections are also being held, one in Pevensey (Bognor Regis) and one in Littlehampton’s Brookfield.

There are also several Littlehampton Town Council by-elections.

The following candidates are standing for West Sussex County Council in Littlehampton and surrounding area (incumbents are marked in bold):

Angmering and Findon: Alison Baker (Labour), Louisa Fowles (Lib Dem), Chris Medland (Green) and Deborah Urquhart (Conservative).

Arundel and Courtwick: Gary Markwell (Conservative), Nick Rusbridge (Lib Dem), Richard Smith (Green) and Michael Ward (Labour).

East Preston and Ferring: Roger Elkins (Conservative), Elizabeth Hammond (Green), Steve McConnell (Labour), Karen Pearson (For Britain Movement) and John Richards (Lib Dem).

Fontwell: Paul Ayling (Green), Trevor Bence (Conservative), Jeannie Dunning (For Britain Movement), Jane Mote (Labour) and Sarah Welch (Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition).

Littlehampton East: Mike Clayden (Conservative), Joseph Downie (Green), Freddie Tandy (Labour) and James Walsh (Lib Dem).

Littlehampton Town: David Britton (Conservative), Ian Buckland (Independent), Alan Butcher (Labour and Co-op), Lilias Cheyne (Green), William Tilbrook (Lib Dem).

Rustington: Jamie Bennett (Lib Dem), Alison Cooper (Conservative), Faye MacKenzie (Green) and Nigel Stapley (Labour).