Two chosen in Didcot byelection

First published in Didcot Herald Series: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter covering Abingdon and Wantage, South Oxford and Kennington. Call me on 01865 425431

TWO new councillors have been elected for the Didcot All Saints parish.

The new South Oxfordshire District Councillor is Labour’s Denise Ann MacDonald, with 436 votes, beating conservative candidate Jane Murphy by 96 votes.

The new town councillor is Robert Bulman, also for Labour, who took 453 votes, beating Conservative Alan Thompson who received 350.

The new councillors replace Labour’s Terry Joslin, who held both positions, but has stepped down due to ill health.

Liberal Democrat candidate Andrew Peter Jones stood for both positions and came third in both elections.

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