The Liberal Democrats held on to seats in the Village and Timperley wards, despite a poor showing for the party in many other parts of the boroughSeveral of their candidates struggled to pull in more than 100 votes.
Tory council leader Matt Colledge said: "We've got a strong mandate now for the next two years to carry on what we are doing to protect the people of Trafford through austere times. I'm Air Max 40 sad to lose some very hard working colleagues, including Brenda Houraghan, who was due to become mayor"I think the results show a reaction to a national situation"For the next two years we have to continue to protect Trafford residents as best we can."
their seatsLabour's Catherine Hynes, who defeated Ms Turner, is the daughter of Trafford's Labour group leader David Acton. She was standing for the first timeLabour also narrowed the gap in several wards, including Davyhulme East, Davyhulme West and Flixton. In St Mary's, Simon Buckley fell agonisingly short of unseating Tory John HoldenCoun Acton denied his party had been disappointed not to make greater strides on a night when the Conservatives took a battering across the countryHe said: "It's been Air Max All Models
an exciting evening. In taking these seats we are closer to wresting control of the council away. It leaves us in a strong position for two years time. I think people voted on a mixture of national and local issues. It's important that we put to the electorate an alternative to both Air Max 95 Orange
the government and the Conservative council. We got our message across and this is the result."
Nigel Hooley and Christine Turner, the executive member for education, were the others to lose Air Max Bw Ultra London
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