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Coordinates: 51°01′32″N 0°35′10″W / 51.02542°N 0.58605°W / 51.02542; -0.58605 Petworth Shown within West Sussex District: Chichester UK Parliament Constituency: Chichester, Horsham Ceremonial county: West Sussex EU Constituency: South East England Electorate (2009): 9585 County Councillor Chris Duncton (Con) Petworth is an electoral division of West Sussex in the United Kingdom, and returns one member to sit on West Sussex County Council. Contents 1 Extent 2 Latest election result 3 Previous election results 4 References 5 External links Extent The division is one of the largest in West Sussex and covers the town of Petworth; and the villages of Byworth, Fittleworth, Ifold, Kirdford, Loxwood, Lurgashall, Northchapel, Plaistow, Stopham, Tillington, Upperton and Wisborough Green. It comprises the following Chichester District wards: Petworth Ward, Plaistow Ward and Wisborough Green Ward; and of the following civil parishes: Ebernoe, Fittleworth, Kirdford, Loxwood, Lurgashall, Northchapel, Petworth, Plaistow, Stopham, Tillington and Wisborough Green. Latest election result The latest election in the division took place on 4 June 2009: Petworth Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Chris Duncton 2,769 70.3 -1.7 Liberal Democrat Raymond Cooper 810 20.6 +3.3 BNP Robert Trower 209 5.3 -5.4 Labour Brenda Wise 148 3.8 -6.2 Majority 1,959 49.7 -5.0 Turnout 3,939 41.1 +20.0 Conservative hold Swing Previous election results Results of the by-election held on 7 June 2007: Petworth Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Chris Duncton 1,437 72.0 +17.8 Liberal Democrat Raymond Cooper 346 17.3 -13 BNP Andrew Emerson 213 10.7 n/a Majority 1,091 54.7 +30.8 Turnout 2,002 21.12 -48.60 Conservative hold Swing Results of the election held on 5 May 2005: Petworth Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Mr P W J Moffatt 3,524 54.2 Liberal Democrat Mr R Cooper 1,968 30.3 Labour Ms J Miller 651 10.0 UKIP Ms V A Moran 354 5.4 Majority 1,556 23.9 Turnout 6,497 69.7 References Election Results - West Sussex County Council External links West Sussex County Council Election Maps v · d · eElectoral Divisions in West Sussex Conservative Angmering and Findon · Arundel and Wick · Billingshurst · Bourne · Broadfield · Chichester North · Chichester South · Chichester West · Cissbury · Cuckfield and Lucastes · Durrington and Salvington · East Grinstead Meridian · East Grinstead South & Ashurst Wood · East Preston and Ferring · Felpham · Fernhurst · Fontwell · Goring · Gossops Green and Ifield East · Henfield · Holbrook · Hurstpierpoint & Bolney · Imberdown · Kingston Buci · Lancing · Lindfield and High Weald · Littlehampton Town · Maidenbower · Middleton · Midhurst · Northgate and Three Bridges · Nyetimber · Petworth · Pound Hill and Worth · Pulborough · Rustington · Saltings · Selsey · Shoreham · Sompting and North Lancing · Southgate and Crawley Central · Southwater and Nuthurst · Southwick · Storrington · The Witterings · Tilgate and Furnace Green · Warnham and Rusper · Worth Forest · Worthing West Liberal Democrat Bersted · Bognor Regis East · Bognor Regis West & Aldwick · Bramber Castle · Broadwater · Burgess Hill East · Burgess Hill Town · Chichester East · Hassocks and Victoria · Haywards Heath East · Haywards Heath Town · Horsham Hurst · Horsham Riverside · Horsham Tanbridge & Broadbridge Heath · Littlehampton East · Northbrook · Roffey · Tarring · Worthing East Labour Bewbush and Ifield West · Langley Green and West Green Independent Worthing Pier This United Kingdom electoral unit article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e