Candidates named for Crawley Borough Council elections

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The candidates for the 12 seats being contested in the Crawley Borough Council elections have been announced.

The borough elections will be held alongside the General Election on Thursday May 7.

The candidates are:

BEWBUSH

Chris Cheshire (Labour)

Simon Darroch (UKIP)

Richard Martin Kail (Green Party)

Arshad Khan (Justice Party)

Patrick Robert Reid (Conservatives)

FURNACE GREEN

David Lee Anderson (Liberal Democrats)

Duncan Crow (Conservatives)

Allan Peter Griffiths (UKIP)

Tony Patel (Labour)

GOSSOPS GREEN

Christopher James Brown (UKIP)

Jason Robert Vine (Labour)

Lisa Vitler (Conservatives)

Current councillor Keith Blake will not be standing for re-election.

IFIELD

Sue Mullins (Labour)

Martin Alan Stone (Conservatives)

Current councillor Chris Oxlade will not be standing for re-election.

LANGLEY GREEN

Andrew Simon Jagger (Conservatives)

Sharon Elizabeth Kennett (UKIP)

Kevin James Richard Osborne (Liberal Democrats)

Andrew Clifford Skudder (Labour)

Current councillor David Shreeves will not be standing for re-election.

MAIDENBOWER

Sumon Ahmed (Labour)

Kim Louise Jaggard (Conservatives)

Current candidate Lenny Walker will not be standing for re-election.

NORTHGATE

Tina Belben (Conservatives)

Michael John Sargent (Liberal Democrats)

Geraint Thomas (Labour)

POUND HILL NORTH

Kevan McCarthy (Conservatives)

Carlos Portal Castro (Labour)

Valerie Ann Spooner (Liberal Democrats)

Current councillor Sally Blake will not be standing for re-election.

POUND HILL SOUTH & WORTH

Rory Stuart Fiveash (Labour)

Beryl Mecrow (Conservatives)

SOUTHGATE

Adam Gregory Brown (Libertarian Party)

Robin David Fitton (Green Party)

Michael William Pickett (Labour)

Elke Smith (Liberal Democrats)

Jan Tarrant (Conservatives)

THREE BRIDGES

Bob Burgess (Conservative)

Daryl English (Labour)

Tim Holt (Green Party)

Martin Rann (UKIP)

TILGATE

Julian Charatan (Labour)

Francis Guidera (Conservatives)

Derek Hardman (Green Party)

James Michael Harper (Liberal Democrats)

Current councillor Nigel Boxall will not be standing for re-election.